Archive - Jun 2012
October 21, 1949- June 1, 2012
East Ryegate, VT- Cary Lee â€śPeteâ€ť Moulton, 62, of Ryegate Road, died on Friday, June 1, 2012 at the St. Johnsbury Health and Rehabilitation Center in St. Johnsbury, VT.
Pete was born in Newport, VT on October 21, 1949 to Raymond and Sylvia (Curtis) Moulton.
He was a graduate of North Country Union High School in Newport. On August 21, 1971, he married Mary L. â€śMidgetâ€ť Moulton.
For 31 years, Pete was an excavator operator for Paragon Construction. Most recently, he was working for Chief Construction.
DERBY â€“ â€śDonâ€™t stop believingâ€ť was the message Anna Ste. Marie, United Christian Academy's valedictorian, sent to her fellow classmates during the schoolâ€™s graduation commencement, held at the Church of God, Saturday.
Ste. Marieâ€™s words referred to the hit song by Journey.Â
BROWNINGTON â€“ Want to learn about timber framing? Then make your way to the Old Stone House this week where volunteers are building a barn.
The barn will resemble one that stood on the property just after the Old Stone House was built, until 1924 when the Orleans County Historical Society purchased the building.
Directors at the time thought the barn was unsightly.
Todayâ€™s members donâ€™t know who purchased the wood or where it went. They do know they need a barn to house an exhibit that tells the history of Farming in Orleans County.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ The Newport City Docks are expanding to meet demand. Twelve transient â€śslipsâ€ť for boats to dock for day use or up to one week will be added this summer, said Andrew Cappello, the cityâ€™s recreation department director.
An approximate 130-foot addition will be added to the current transient location, with a completion date estimated at July 1.
The new addition will not only help meet demand but also help boats dock safely in the event of a storm and will encourage more visitors to Newport, Cappello said.
BURLINGTONâ€“The conditions at the Vermont State Division I Track Field Championships were anything but ideal, but that did not stop the North Country Falcons from achieving success at the meet.
The boys team brought home two first place finishes at the event, the first one coming from Jason Webster, whose 134 foot throw in the discus propelled him six feet past Brattleboro's Andy Hale for his second consecutive state title.
"Of course I am ecstatic to come back and defend my title. It was one of those things that I worried about all season, but coach told me to relax and do what you do.