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Neighbor Sues First Wind Over Sheffield Wind Project

January 28, 2014

SHEFFIELD – Paul Brouha’s parents fled Germany during the WWII era and settled in Vermont for the peace, tranquility, natural beauty and quiet enjoyment it offered. When Brouha was born he was brought to the Sutton home he continues to live in to this day.
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Brouha has filed suit in Caledonia Superior Court against Vermont Wind, Northeast Wind Partners II, and First Wind Holdings over the Sheffield Wind Project.

Please see The Newport Daily Express Wednesday for the complete story.

Micheline Auger Receives Rotary’s Service Award

January 28, 2014

NEWPORT CITY - Anyone who thinks one person can’t make a difference should take a look at Newport resident Micheline Auger.
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Tuesday afternoon Auger received The Rotary Club of Newport’s Mel Carter Community Service Award for her dedication to beautifying Newport.

Please see The Newport Daily Express Wednesday for the complete story.

Dunklees Set for Olympic Adventure

January 28, 2014

BARTON–"Skiing has been a part of her soul since before she could walk."
Those were the words Judy Robatille-Dunklee used to describe her daughter, United States Olympic Biathlete Susan Dunklee's passion for her sport.
Now of course the Biathlon combines both skiing and target shooting, and we will get to the shooting part later, but the first part, skiing, has long been a tradition in the Dunklee household.

Bohannon Eclipse’s 1,000 Point Marker in Lady Charger Win

January 28, 2014

CRAFTSBURY–Entering Monday night's game against the Richford Rockets, Craftsbury's Janet Bohannon needed just three points to reach the 1,000 career point plateau.
She wasted little time getting there, firing home a three pointer ten seconds into the contest, drawing a thunderous ovation from the packed Craftsbury Gymnasium.
"I didn't think it was going in. When I got the ball I thought 'here's my chance.,'" said Bohannon after the game. "Coach and I had talked about shooting the three at the start of the game, and it just happened just like that.

Falcons Tie, Rangers Win, More

January 28, 2014

Staff Reports
GIRLS HOCKEY
No. Country 2, Harwood 2
WATERBURY-After getting down 2-0 through two periods of play, the North Country Falcons scored twice in the third to force overtime, and the eventual tie with the Harwood Highlanders.
“We’ve played better, but we came to play,” said NCU coach Claude Paul.
It would be the power-play doing the damage for the Falcons in third period.
Working with a 5-3 advantage, Whitney Bernier converted a pass from Taylor Morley to make it 2-1.

DeLaBruere’s Hat Trick Leads Falcons Past Rice Green Knights

January 28, 2014

JAY-In Monday night’s make-up game between the North Country Falcons and the Rice Green Knights, the Knights were no match for the stellar offense from the home team Falcons, as Ross DeLaBruere’s hat trick led North Country past Rice 7-2.
Ryan Paul and Travis Tetreault were also big contributors in this game, as each player had two goals.
For the full story, see the Express on 1-29-14

 

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