Archive - Jul 8, 2012
NEWPORT - Rescue crews responded to the area around the WIKE tower on Lake Memphremagog in Newport for a reported drowning yesterday afternoon.
No official details were available as of press time.
Friends of the missing person, who is believed to be a Canadian tourist, were speaking with law enforcement officials.
Newport City Police, Vermont State Police, Newport City Fire Department and Ambulance Service, and U.S. Border Patrol officers were on hand.
DERBY LINE â Raw village sewage has flowed into a Derby Line home on Caswell Avenue on at least two occasions within about a weekâs time.
The homeowner was present for the village trusteeâs regular meeting Tuesday evening. She had a bill from a local plumber and is expecting another bill.
She said when her basement filled up with sewage she didnât know where it was coming from, so she called the plumber. The next time the plumber showed up, he suggested she call the village.
NEWPORT CITY â Members of governing bodies have to be careful what they discuss outside a warned meeting or at an informal gathering. Last week, city attorney Bill Davies outlined to council members what Vermont law allows and doesnât allow regarding open meeting laws.Â
Many thanks goes to Rick and Laurie Roberge for coaching and supporting this team to be able to play in Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine tournaments this year. The team took 1st place in the VT State 17-U AAU B Division Tournament and finished their season by winning all 4 games in Saco, Maine. Traveling out of state to play tournaments brings players to next level of competition, and to win in Maine was a huge success. Awesome job to the players and the coach.
GLOVERâAfter winning their first game on Friday against Connecticut Valley 13-3, the Lake Region 10-U's lost their next two games to bow out of the 2012 Cal Ripken 10-U Tournament.
Friday's game featured Parker Perron on the mound, and the youngster went the distance, pitching a gem for the home town team.
Saturday was a different story.
In the early game, under a bright and sunny sky, Manchester got to pitcher Jack King early, knocking in ten runs in the first three innings.