August 6th, 2015
NEWPORTâ€“The Northeast Kingdom Junior Golf Tour made its second to last stop of the tour at the Newport Country Club.
For the results, see the Express on 8-7-15.
The Vermont State Police and the Department of Motor
Vehicles responded to this tractor trailer rollover on Route 105 in Derby
Wednesday evening. The state police have not yet issued any details regarding the crash.
Local golfer Lauryn Goulet took part in the Drive Chip and Putt Sub Regional Qualifier at the Framingham Country Club in Framingham, MA on Tuesday. For More, see the Express on 8-5-15.
The Orleans Fire Department responded to Ethan Allen for a fire call on Wednesday. See tomorrows Express for details.
ST. ALBANSâ€“ The Vermont Pride U-14 softball team traveled to St. Albans this past week-end to play in the 16th annual Vermont Rockets Invitational Tournament.
The girls brought home the championship in the U-14 division, going 5-0 on the weekend. For more, see the Express on 8-5-15.
Lake Region Union High School art students, under the guidance of Stephanie Harper, have created a mural which is located at the tennis courts. In the past the students have painted murals on the walls of the I-91 underpasses leading to the school. These were memorials on behalf of four students who died in a car accident in 1998. Principal Andre Messier said this year the art class decided to enhance the parking lot and tennis courts with this message of Ranger pride.
Freedom Physical Therapy/Northpoint mens softball team captured 1st place in the Vermont ASA Class F State Softball tournament that took place in Newport on July 25-26, 2015. For more see the Express on 8-4-15.
NEWPORTâ€“There is a flash flood warning in effect for Orleans County until 9:15 pm tonight.
Howdy once again from glorious Newport, VT.
Here is what was going on this past week that had people in the sports world talking.
1. Starting on the local front, Lake Region has a new girls soccer coach, as Emily Poginy is making the leap from JV to varsity.
2. Turning to the world of MLB, the trade deadline was this past Friday, and it would be hard to argue that both the Royals and the Astros were the kings of the deadline deals.
Should college football add 64 teams to the playoffs?