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July 25th, 2012

LR Summer Track Wins 1st Place Small Town Award

July 25, 2012

ST. JOHNSBURY–On July 21st, sixteen boys and girls, ages 7-14, represented the Lake Region Summer Track and Field Program at the Vermont State Track and Field Meet in St. Johnsbury.
LR took home the First Place Small Town Award. The team ranked across all age groups and events. The finalists, events, and times are the following:
Boys/Girls 7-8
Wyatt Gile (50 Meter Dash, 9.26, fifth place)
Boys/Girls 9-10
Ebony Cota (Discus Throw, 42-07, first place)
Jaden Hayes, Andrew Hicks, Quinn Snedeker, Seth Toscano
(4x100 Relay, 1:10.72, third place)

July 24th

Storms leave people in the dark

July 24, 2012

NEWPORT, VT - Several rounds of thunderstorms pushed hot weather away from northern Vermont Monday, bringing in cooler temperatures for Tuesday.
“There were several rounds of storms just across the North Country, one right after the other,” said Andy Nash, a forecaster with the National Weather Service in Burlington. “We see these a few times each summer.”
Some of the storms formed near Ottawa.
The storms produced strong winds and lightning that downed trees and power lines and caused power outages.
Golf ball sized hail hit some areas around Chittenden, Addison, and Orange Counties. 

Who Will Get the Keys to the Derby Town Offices?

July 24, 2012

DERBY - Derby Town Clerk and Treasurer Nicole Daigle said Tuesday she is going to turn in her letter of resignation at the next select board meeting.
Daigle has accepted and is starting a new job and wants to focus her efforts on it.

Quiet Thunder at Derby Town Board Meeting

July 24, 2012

DERBY - The atmosphere heated up only mildly at the Derby Select Board meeting Monday, perhaps due to the sheriff standing just outside the door but making his presence known. The weather outside complimented the mood perfectly with thunder rumblings heard in the distance – audible but mild.

Collins, Fortin Honored to Compete in 59th Shrine Bowl

July 24, 2012

NEWPORT–At 8:00 on Thursday morning former North Country football standouts Cody Collins and Adam Fortin will be on the campus of Dartmouth College.
That is when the two former Falcons and the rest of their Vermont teammates, led by coach Mike Norman of Rutland, will begin training for the 2012 Maple Shrine Bowl scheduled for Saturday August, 4th.
In anticipation of the final of game of these two linemen's high school career, I caught up with them to get their reaction to the upcoming game as well as talk a little bit about the 2011 football season.

Field Hockey Camp’s Getting Players Ready for 2012 Season

July 24, 2012

NEWPORT–It may still be July, but the fall sports season is inching its' way closer to being upon us.
A sure sign that the high school athletic season is just around the corner is the North Country field hockey players starting to get into game mode at the high school.
Every Wednesday varsity coach Chantelle Bouchard and junior varsity coach Nicole Ludwig are putting the girls through their paces in order to get ready for the 2012 season.

Susan B. Koman Invitational Set for Thursday

July 24, 2012

The Newport Country Club Ladies League Susan B. Komen Invitational will take place on Thursday, July 26th at the Newport Country Club. Between 80 and 100 participants are expected to take part in this year’s event. Last year the event raised $ 7,000 for North Country Hospital.

July 23rd

Last Unguarded US/Canadian Border Street Closed

July 23, 2012

DERBY LINE/STANSTEAD - Criminal activity has increased on Church Street, an open road that connects Derby Line, VT and Stanstead, Quebec. According to Canadian authorities, there is an increase in illegal entry into Canada.
Now the international border on Church Street is lined with large flower pots, a temporary solution to a growing problem.

Wind towers blow cash to Essex County Sheriff's Department

July 23, 2012

GUILDHALL – Escorting large tractor-trailers from Island Pond to Lowell means extra money for the Essex County Sheriff's Department.
The department is responsible for escorting trucks of Lone Star Transportation, which are hauling the wind tower parts that came into Island Pond by rail. Other law enforcement agencies are escorting trucks that come in from neighboring states.
The trucking company estimates just over 120 trips will be made between Island Pond and Lowell.

 

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