Archive - Feb 28, 2013
DERBY â€“ The time is drawing near on the foreclosure of Indoor Recreation of Orleans County (IROC), but voters in towns across the Northeast Kingdom will have a chance on Tuesday to help the nonprofit organization.
Over the last seven years, thousands of local residents have used the facility, while youth age 18 and under have enjoyed full membership benefits for the past few years.
MONTPELIER - It's a summer day and you want to take a bicycle tour through Vermont. Let's see: a bicycle - check, helmet - check, knee pads - check, bicycle registration - what?
That's right, if some lawmakers have their way, bicyclists over 18 who reside in Vermont will have to register their ride for use on public highways. The bill doesn't say anything about those who come from out of state.
COVENTRY â€“ At least two residents are vying for the office of town clerk and treasurer. Deb Tanguay is facing off against incumbent Cynthia Diaz. Each title is considered a different position but the same person usually holds both offices.
Diaz first became clerk and treasurer in 2004.
"I'm running again because I really enjoy the people," said Diaz. "I really enjoy helping the residents of Coventry."
NEWPORTâ€“It wasn't easy, it wasn't always pretty, but in the end, the UCA boys got the job done, defeating South Royalton 39-31 to advance to the quarterfinal's against the winner of West Rutland/Sharon contest.
Taylor-Webster's 18 points led all scorers, and he had 8 rebounds to boot.
Chris added 10 points to go along with 11 boards, Saaman had 9 and 5, and Kim had 2 points.
Jon DeLaBruere and Dale Martell each had a pair of rebounds.
Originally slated to play on Friday, the Crusaders' game has moved to Monday at 6:00 at North Country's gym.
ORLEANS-When you enter the second season, you have to take it one game at a time. Donâ€™t look ahead , donâ€™t be distracted and keep your focus.
That is exactly what the Lake Region Ranger boys did Wednesday night, as they demolished visiting Springfield 76-45 in the play-down round of the Division II bracket.
The Rangers may have gotten a break as they will take on Otter Valley, the number 11 seed as they pulled off the overtime upset, beating number six seed Mill River 77-72. A player to watch Saturday will be OVâ€™s Ryan Kelley, who jacked up 43 points in the win.