Archive - Apr 30, 2012
DERBY, VT/STANSTEAD QC. - Mayor Philippe Dutil of Stanstead, Quebec, says he would shut off the water valves to Beebe Plains, VT, if the Town of Derby supports the proposed Derby Line Wind Project.
The Canadians control the water that serves Beebe, a village in the Town of Derby, near the Canadian-U.S. border.
ORLEANS â€“ PiĂ±atas, the colorful papier-mĂ˘chĂ© containers, often used in Mexican celebrations, will soon adorn Habaneroâ€™s Mexican Grill in Newport City. Fourteen Lake Region Union High School students made the piĂ±atas over the past couple of weeks. The piĂ±atas come just in time for Cinco de Mayo, a day during which Americans and Mexicans celebrate Mexican heritage and pride, and to commemorate the Mexican victory over the French military during the Battle of Puebla.
â€śOur Spanish class really wanted to do something hands on,â€ť explained Lake Region Spanish teacher Katie Kaskey.
JAY, VT - An early morning residential fire in Jay was apparently set to cover up a burglary, according to a report by the Vermont State Police.
The Jay Fire Department responded to the fire on VT RT 242 in Jay around 5:40 AM Monday. The residence is a rental property and no one was home at the time.
The owner of the building had put the fire out before the fire department arrived, however the fire flared up again once the building was ventilated. The fire department extinguished the blaze.
Fire damage was minimal and no injuries were reported.
Hunt–– Major Mitchell J., 93, died March 30, 2012 at his home in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. He is to be buried during the summer with his first wife, Marjorie, in the Nelson family plot in Woodstock, VT. The full obituary is also available at wetzelandson.com.
For the full obituary see Monday's Express.