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Archive - Aug 2012

August 2nd

Elizabeth (Betty) Frances Mosher

August 2, 2012

Mosher–– Elizabeth (Betty) Frances, 93, of Newport, VT, passed away July 27, 2012 in Newport, VT. A graveside service will be held on Thursday, August 16, 2012 at 11 a.m. at the Pine Grove Cemetery in Newport, VT, with the Rev. Tim Wilcox officiating. Should friends desire, contributions in her memory may be made to: Children's Literacy Foundation at clifonline.org. On-line condolences may be sent to the family through the funeral home website at www.curtis-britch.com.

August 1st

Newport City Has a New Police Chief

August 1, 2012

NEWPORT - In a ceremony lacking frills or attention, Newport City made a quiet transition Wednesday as Seth DiSanto was sworn in as the new Chief of Police.
The event occurred in the city council chambers with Newport City Clerk and Treasurer James Johnson doing the honors.
DiSanto replaces Paul Duquette who served as chief for 15 years.

Mill River Moves to Downtown Newport City

August 1, 2012

NEWPORT CITY – After being vacant for several months, the former Landing Clothing store on Main Street will have a tenant.
Building owner Tony Pomerleau said yesterday that Mill River Furniture will move into the downtown location from the Waterfront Plaza, which Pomerleau also owns.
Pomerleau has owned the downtown location for less than a year.

Memphmremagog Goes Green - In A Bad Way

August 1, 2012

NEWPORT - New blooms of Cyanobacteria (known as “blue-green algae”) were spotted on the Canadian side of Lake Memphremagog several times recently. The blooms covered a large area and were spotted in several locations.
Memphremagog Conservation Inc. photos from July show a thick, scum-like, bright greenish-blue substance on the water.
Cyanobacteria blooms are of serious concern because they could be toxic and harm humans or animals who bath or swim in the water or who drink it. Cyanobacteria is found worldwide and is most prevalent in clam-nutrient rich waters. (World Health Organization)

More Than Just Martial Arts Taught at Deslandes Blue Wave Tae Kwon Do Academy

August 1, 2012

NEWPORT–Respect.
It was the first word that came to my mind when I entered Deslandes Blue Wave Tae Kwon Do Academy studio.
Master Christina Deslandes was working with a student when I arrived, and there was no fooling around.
The youngster was focused, going through his workout with a business-like attitude rarely seen in a child of his age.
But at Blue Wave that is the norm, not the exception.
Students at the Academy learn the five tenets, courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self control and indomitable spirit.

 

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