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June 28th

Car Trashed in the Night

June 28, 2012

CHARLESTON – In the middle of the night June 24 Charleston residents were awakened by loud sounds outside their home. Looking out the window Mary and Alan Esposito saw what appeared to be someone breaking into their vehicle. Alan Esposito ran outside and found a man thrashing a vehicle with concrete pavers, a lawn mower, and his children’s toys from the front lawn.

Guyette for Senate: More Business, Permit Reform and Better Jobs

June 28, 2012

DERBY - Jim Guyette of Derby Line is running for the Vermont State Senate as a Democrat. Guyette had been considering throwing his hat into the ring about a year and half.
Guyette is seeking office for what he calls "simple" reasons. “The economy sucks, up here in particular, and our politicians don’t seem to be interested in doing anything about it,” he said. “I feel there are a number of things that can be done to improve the economic situation up here.”

June 27th

Mistrial Declared in McNeil Case

June 27, 2012

NEWPORT, VT - Deontae McNeil, charged with attacking Donelle Morin in an apparent attempted robbery that went awry Oct 14. 2010, in Charleston, dodged a bullet last night when the jury told the court that it could not come to a decision. The court declared a mistrial.
McNeil's alleged accomplice, Andrew Ladouceur, who made a deal with the state that netted him a 4-12 year prison term, testified against McNeil.

Top Cop Talks of the Challenges of the Job

June 27, 2012

NEWPORT CITY – Newport Rotarians heard from Vermont’s top cop, Commissioner of Public Safety, Keith Flynn, during their weekly meeting at the Gateway Center Tuesday.
Flynn spoke about his job and some of the issues facing the state.
The Department of Public Safety (DPS) is comprised of the Vermont State Police, Emergency Management, Division of Fire Safety and the Criminal Justice Services. DPS has about 650 people and it administers a budget of about $92 million a year.

Gosselin Bows Out with Dual Productions

June 27, 2012

NEWPORT – A dinner show production last week kept the audience on the edge of their seats laughing and waiting for the next bit of satire, while actors jumped out on the stage in outrageous costumes.
The play, "The Complete History of America (Abridged)," was directed locally by Michael Chase Gosselin. History buffs and those who find history dry and boring all found amusement in the production with its zany satire, unexpected lines, and costumes.

Kingdom Crush Become First Lake Region Team to Win Essex United Tournament

June 27, 2012

The Kingdom Crush soccer club accomplished something this past weekend no team from Lake Region has ever done before.
The Crush won the Essex United Soccer Tournament, the largest tourney of its’ kind in the state.
The two day soccer bonanza featured teams from VT, NY, CT and NH. Their performance over the weekend capped off a perfect 13-0 season.
Winning five soccer games in two days, including 3 hours of games on Sunday, required the contribution of every player to overcome the grueling heat and tough competition.

Wildcats Go Undefeated to Take Essex Tournament

June 27, 2012

ESSEX–This past weekend it played out like a survivor series. The U-14 Girls Wildcat team outwit, outplayed,and outlasted 11 other teams to become Champions of the 2012 Essex Soccer Tournament hosted by the Essex soccer clubs. Under a cloudless sky, the Island, otherwise known as the Tree Farm, was a swarm of soccer players and their families who came to cheer the girls on to the finish. There were multiple age groups from U-8 to U-17. Derby was well represented sending 16 teams to the tournament.

Charleen Ida Bronson

June 27, 2012

Bronson–– Charleen Ida (Wood), 63 of Morgan, Vermont, died peacefully on June 24, 2012 with her husband and family close by. A private memorial service will be held at a future date. Should friends desire, contributions in her memory may be made to Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Shelter, 4473 Barton Orleans Road, Orleans, Vermont 05860.

For the full obituary see Wednesday's Express.

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