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Two Former Educators Face Off For NCUHS Board

February 9, 2012

NEWPORT CITY – Two former educators are vying for one seat on the board that directs the school where they both taught.
Incumbent Marie George is facing off against Marguerite “Maggie” Griffith for the three-year seat representing Newport City on the North Country Union High School Board.

Chamber Mixes It Up at Mexican Grill

February 9, 2012

NEWPORT - Vermont's North Country Chamber of Commerce sponsored a mixer at Habanero's Mexican Grill in Newport City Wednesday afternoon. A couple dozen business leaders networked and tasted some samplings off the menu.

Cyber Bullying: Now at a Computer Near You

February 9, 2012

NEWPORT, VT - Technological capabilities are expanding like wildfire. New and innovative products that continue to offer more and more are developed all the time and give people access like never before. With this access, information and expanding possibilities are readily available, but the information once on the Internet is always there and cannot be deleted. The technological capabilities are wondrous, yet come with many concerns.

North Country Wins Ugly One Over Woodstock 9-6

February 9, 2012

WOODSTOCK–What I assumed would be an easy return to the bench turned into quite the adventure as the North Country girls hockey team managed to escape with a 9-6 win over the Wasps on Wednesday night.
"It was not the prettiest win I have ever seen, but the girls need to put this one behind them and get ready for Stowe on Friday," I said to myself after the game.
With assistant coaches Tom Bernier and Tracy Muzerall unavailable for the game, head coach Claude Paul asked me if I would like a chance to resume my old duties as an assistant coach for the evening.

Falcons Storm Back In Third Period Against Tigers, Win 2-1

February 9, 2012

JAY-The North Country icemen rallied for a pair of third period scoring plays and knocked off the visiting Middlebury Tigers 2-1 at the Ice Haus atop Jay Peak. It took goals by Ryan Paul and Adam Viens to secure the victory. Falcon junior netminder Chris Bronson kicked out 16 shots to help lock down the Tigers.
The Falcons scored twice in a span of two minutes in the third period to get the equalizer and the lead goal. Logan Fortier led Ryan Paul who went through a pair of Tiger defenders. Paul fired the disk past Middlebury goaltender Nick Brunch knotting things up at 1 all.

Marjorie Burdick

February 9, 2012

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