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Wright Scores a Pair to Send Craftsbury Into the 2nd Round

October 23, 2013

CRAFTSBURY–Iva Wright had two second half goals to lead the Craftsbury Lady Chargers as they defeated the Danville Indians 4-2 in the opening round of the Division IV play-offs.
"We did really well today and played as a team," said Craftsbury coach Ashley Maxfield.
"Plus it helps when we can play with more than one sub," she added with a chuckle.
When play got underway on Wednesday afternoon, Craftsbury was ready to go.
Melanie Sergiev was leading the attack, heading down the left side of the field trying to through balls into the center of the pitch.

Shocker!! Rangers Fall in 1st Round 2-0

October 23, 2013

ORLEANS-For a novice fan who didn’t know a number fifteen seed from a number two seed, it was indeed hard to tell who was who yesterday afternoon.
The black clad team from Addison county or the white clad team from Orleans County.
Middlebury High school, having been shut out for ten consecutive games, found the scoring touch mid-way through the first half and added a second tally in the second en-route to the biggest upset of the first round of the Vermont state playoffs, defeating the Lady Rangers 2-0.
For the full story, see the Express on Thursday 10-24-13.

LRUHS Projected Budget Up 2.99%

October 23, 2013

BARTON- A first walk through the 2014/15 budget projects a 2.99% increase, a number that satisfies Finance Committee Chair Mike Sanville. “The overall driver is salaries and benefits,” Sanville reported to the board. “The numbers are pretty solid, it's mostly minor (line item) adjustments.”
The estimated budget that will be presented to voters is $6,669,089, though Sanville did advise the board that there is some uncertainty over health care costs. “We budgeted for it, but it could blow us out of the water,” cautioned Sanville.
For more of this story see Thursday's Express.

American Pickers Visit Fred Webster

October 23, 2013

COVENTRY - Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, from the History Channel's American Pickers, spent yesterday picking through Fred Webster's large collection of farm memorabilia, some of which dates back to the turn of the 20th century. 
Wolfe, the show's creator and executive producer, has traveled around the country buying and selling goods for 25 years. Thirteen years ago, Wolfe discovered the east coast "is where everything is at." 
For more of this story see Thursday's Express.

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