October 8th, 2015
NEWPORTâ€“The UCA Crusaders fell to Cabot by the score of 8-0 on Thursday. For the full story, see the Express on 10-9-15.
Brighton Focuses On Storm Water Runoff
BY: ED BARBER
Express Staff Writer
BRIGHTON- On Wednesday the Brighton select board supported Town Manager Joel Copeâ€™s work securing two grants to install catch basins next to Island Pond. The water resources engineering firm Aldrich and Elliott estimate the basins will keep 5000 pounds of phosphorus out of Lake Memphremagog.
â€śWeâ€™re the headwater of Lake Memphremagog,â€ť said Cope. â€śWe have two grants. In 2016 weâ€™ll install a catch basin at Mill Street and 2017 by the shuffleboard court.â€ť
Newport City Fire Chief Jamie LeClair talks to a group of children from the Derby Head Start Thursday. The department will hold an open house at the station Saturday. (Photo by Christopher Roy)
ORLEANSâ€“Brady Perron's hat trick helped lead the Lake Region Rangers over the Oxbow Olympians by the score of 9-0. For the full story, see the Express on 10-8-15.
DERBYâ€“The North Country Falcons hosted both a middle school and a high school race on Tuesday. For details, see the Express on 10-8-15.
Notice of Public Hearing
There will be a public hearing before the Derby Zoning Board of Adjustment on Monday, October 26, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Building, 124 Main Street, to consider the following:
1. Approve the minutes of the previous hearing;
These turkeys enjoy a warm fall morning Wednesday. Better watch out guys, Thanksgiving is right around the corner. (Photo by Christopher Roy)
Last week's rain and cooler air have really increased the pace of color development and all areas of Vermont are now showing at least mid-stage conditions. The northeastern highlands are fast approaching peak, especially in Orleans and Essex Counties and exceptional color can be found throughout the state.
This hot air balloon soars over the Newport Daily Express office early Tuesday evening. (Photo by Christopher Roy)