Archive - Dec 6, 2012
JAY â The second of a series of economic development meetings was held at the Jay Peak Resort Wednesday, bringing together a coalition of state officials, educators and other interested parties. The meeting was chaired by Pat Moulton Powden, Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Commerce, who focused on getting all parties to work together.
âIt takes a team to do this and do it well,â Moulton Powden stated in her opening remarks. âWe're going to set a template here in the Northeast Kingdom.... If we can do it here, we can do this anywhere in the country.â
NEWPORT CITY â On any given day, the sound of soothing music comes from the speakers of a nearby MP3 player and the low hum of a potterâs wheel fills the air. Itâs just a typical day for Diana Poulin of Muddy Waterâs Pottery on Elm Street.
Prior to opening her Elm Street workshop and retail shop six months ago, Poulin rented space from Doug Hamblett off East Main Street.
âI decided that I really loved it. It was time to build my own studio, so here I am,â said Poulin.
DERBY LINE, VT - The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) notified customers of the Border Lodge Credit Union by letter yesterday that the NCUA placed the credit union into "involuntary liquidation" on Nov. 30, 2012.
The National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF) insures each member account up to $250,000 and certain retirement accounts up to an equal amount. The insurance is good for 18 months following the seizure.
Because of the liquidation, customer accounts are now held by NCUA.
JAYâAfter a fantastic season in his first year at the helm of the North Country girl's hockey team, coach Clause Paul's squad has added even more horsepower to an already potent line-up.
The Falcons have gotten stronger in every facet of the game, from defense, to offense, but most notably, in goal.
Last season Tara Langmaid did an admirable job of stepping into Meghan Simpson's skates after Simpson went down due to injury, but at times her inexperience showed.