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September 17, 2013

DERBY – Derby officials continue moving forward to help protect town and village assets in the event of a fire.
The Derby Select Board voted Monday evening at their regular meeting to split the cost of a proposed Derby Line water project 50-50. It will now go to the voters at a future date for approval. Chair of the select board Brian Smith noted that the project involves parts of Derby including the Derby Elementary School, one of the most important structures in the town.


September 17, 2013

NEWPORT CITY – Members of the local chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) are working to start a support group for the families of those who died by suicide.
Local AFSP volunteers Mary Butler and Angel Provoncha went to Los Angeles in May to attend a training seminar on how to start a Survivors of Suicide (SOS) support group.
For more of this story, read Wednesday's Newport Daily Express for Sept. 20, 2013.


September 17, 2013

COVENTRY – New housing continues to pop up in the Northeast Kingdom. Local developer Tony Tanguay has received a conditional permit to build homes on seven lots off the Alderbrook Road. The lots range from about three acres to 26 acres. Buyers may subdivide their lots into smaller ones. Tanguay's property has a total of 55 acres.
For more of this story, read Wednesday's Newport Daily Express for Sept. 18, 2013.

Beauregard Scores Three, Roberge Two, as Rangers Win

September 17, 2013

ORLEANS–Alex Beauregard kept up his torrid goal scoring pace, netting three goals in Lake Region's 6-2 victory over Hazen on Monday afternoon.
"Anytime you score six goals you have got to be happy," said LR coach Tom Evans. "I thought we did well in the attacking third, but hats off to Hazen, I thought they really out-played us in the midfield, but we finished and they didn't."
Said Beauregard on his early success this season, "Things are just happening. I'm getting good touches on the ball and getting good passes from my teammates."
For the full story, see the Express on Wednesday 9-18-13.


September 17, 2013

NEWPORT/ DERBY – Newport and Derby businesses plus homes in both towns can participate in the Fall Foliage Festival’s Scarecrow Contest and win prizes.
Awards will be handed out for the Most Traditional, Most Creative, and Most Colorful scarecrows in both the Business and Residential categories.
For more on this, read Tuesday's Newport Daily Express for Sept. 17, 2013.


September 17, 2013

NEWPORT – Monday, Sept. 4, Michael Paradis, Executive Director of Newport Ambulance, announced two new supervisory positions in the company effective Sept. 9.
The first is the establishment of a clinical supervisor position, primarily responsible for the increasingly complex medical education, training and quality improvement for nearly 50 employees of both the Newport and Johnson divisions. Especially important is the current transition to expand scopes of practice for all levels of EMT and paramedics, as well as assuring that all personnel are properly credentialed for the job.


September 17, 2013

DERBY LINE – High ranking government officials and local leaders met in Vermont in late August to discuss shortages in U.S. Custom’s personnel along Vermont’s northern border.
Among those present at the meeting were Senator Bernie Sanders, Acting  Deputy  Assistant Commissioner for U.S. Customs  and Border Protection (CBP) John Wagner and other CBP officials, state leaders, and economic development representatives from  northern Vermont.
For more of this story, read Tuesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for Sept. 17, 2013.


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