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AIR SHOW OPENS WINGS

September 19, 2013

COVENTRY – Things will by flying at the Newport State Airport this weekend as Dan Gauvin, owner of Lake View Aviation, presents a mini air show in conjunction of the Parker Pie Wings Restaurant grand opening. Dan Marcotte and Hugh Shickle will perform aerobatic tricks in the mid-afternoon to celebrate the opening of the restaurant.
For the rest of this story, see Friday's Newport Daily Express for Sept. 20, 2013.

Living the American Dream and Protecting the U.S. Border

September 19, 2013

DERBY LINE – Fernando Beltran is on the hunt. He turns his Chevy Tahoe from a main road in Holland, Vermont, onto a narrow, winding dirt road that runs along the Vermont–Quebec border, a road that many people probably don’t even notice as they speed past.
Although deer and deer hunters are a common sight along the rural, forested border region, Beltran is not hunting for deer. Instead, he is hunting for drug smugglers and other people trying to enter the United States illegally. He is a United States Border Patrol agent.

COVENTRY SEEKS FIRE COVERAGE

September 19, 2013

COVENTRY – Selectmen met with neighboring town officials Wednesday to discuss fire coverage.
Coventry doesn't have its own fire department. Instead, it pays Newport City, Newport Center, Orleans, and Irasburg per firefighter who responds to a scene. It also pays per piece of apparatus used at a scene. Now Coventry officials hope to pay an annual base fee to help the department with its operating budget.

Thibault’s Overtime PK Keeps Rangers Undefeated in 2013

September 19, 2013

MORRISVILLE-Josh Thibault drove home a penalty kick with 4:55 remaining in overtime to lift Lake Region past Peoples Academy 1-0 on Wednesday afternoon in high school boys soccer.
Thibault's strike continues the Rangers' unbeaten streak in the same fashion they began: overtime victories.

Falcons Pick up Wins on the Road

September 19, 2013

FILED HOCKEY
No. Country 1, Milton 0
MILTON Mara Spates' goal in the second half was the difference as the Falcons defeated the Yellow Jackets to improve to 2-1 this season.
"It was a beautiful game," said NCU coach Chantelle Bouchard. "The play was very even, and fortunately we came out on top."
In addition to scoring the Falcons' goal, Spates was very instrumental in the team's overall play, contributing anything that was needed to help move North Country down the field.
Said Bouchard, "She had a great game. She was everywhere we wanted her to be, and her goal was absolutely awesome."

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