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September 12th, 2012

Falcons Top St. J 4-0

September 12, 2012

NEWPORT–Devinnie Davis just keeps on rolling.
The freshman netted another two goals on Tuesday as the Falcons shut-out their third straight opponent, defeating St. Johnsbury 4-0.
Davis has been playing at a high level all of her life, and she said that the transition to the varsity program was not as difficult as it may seem to others.
"I feel like a part of the team since I started playing (with NCU) and the girls welcomed me in," said Davis on where some of her confidence has come from.

LR Tops Oxbow 3-0

September 12, 2012

OXBOW–Another day, another three points for Lake Region's Tyrah Urie, as the sophomore had two goals and an assist to help lead the Lady Rangers past Oxbow Olympians 3-0.
"I am happy with our overall team effort, although I would like to see a little more consistency," said head coach Brad Urie.
Nine minutes into the game LRU got on the board when Urie converted a direct kick by Ashley Locke for what would turn out to be the game-winning goal.

UCA Falls 4-3

September 12, 2012

NEWPORT–UCA's girls soccer team played in their home opener on Tuesday, hosting Winooski at Gardner Park, and while they lost 4-3, head coach Molly Smith likes what she saw from her team.
"I believed we shocked them, they thought they were going to come in and score many goals on us but we stood our ground and when they scored we came right back and scored, the game was at heart skipper.
“I think we earned some respect today, that we are not just a bunch of girls playing soccer,we are a team to beat.

Merle Benway

September 12, 2012

January 22, 1930-September 10, 2012

Merle Benway, 82, of Glover died Monday, September 10, 2012 at home. He was born January 22, 1930 in North Troy, VT. He was the son of Russel Alfred Benway and Hazel Watson Benway.
He worked on construction for many years and was the Road Commissioner for the Town of Glover for over 20 years. He loved his horses and his faithful dog, Emma.

Angeline Yvette Perrault

September 12, 2012

Richard B Dudley

September 12, 2012

September 11th

DIVING BACK IN

September 11, 2012

NEWPORT CITY – The Memphremagog Navigation Company may soon sail Lake Memphremagog once again. The company ran two different passenger boats between 1996 and 2001.
For the past several years, Chris Johansen, of the Memphremagog Navigation Company, has worked for Green Mountain Boat Lines, which owns the Spirit of Ethan Allen and the Moonlight Lady.

CITY SETS TAX RATE

September 11, 2012

NEWPORT CITY – The city council Monday approved the 2012-2013 residential municipal tax rate with a three-cent per $100 of assessed value increase. At the same time, the city school has a three-cent decrease, with a final rate of 2.6826 cents, combined educational and residential.
Last year’s residential rate, with the education rate, was 2.6814. This year’s non-residential tax rate is 2.8530. Last year’s rate was 2.8802.

State Asked to Investigate Illegal Dumping

September 11, 2012

HOLLAND – Local farmer Keith Gray confirmed Monday that illegal dumping is occurring on his property, and he says he doesn’t allow it.
Gray was contacted Monday afternoon regarding the issue. Gray said he went up to the site, an old gravel pit on Bullis Road in Holland, Monday evening to look around. He said he found some rubbish, but it has been worse in the past.

Pion Faces New Charge

September 11, 2012

NEWPORT - Roger Pion, the 34-year old accused of crushing seven police vehicles with a tractor, is scheduled for arraignment Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 9 a.m. on a new count: driving with a suspended license.
An Orleans Superior Court Judge has found probable cause that when Pion took a tractor and drove through Newport City streets up to the Orleans County Sheriff's Department and crushed six cruisers and a transport vehicle, he did not have a license to drive on the roads.

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