Archive - Oct 19, 2011 - News Article
LOWELL, VT - The law firm of Hershenson, Carter, Scott and McGee, P.C., of Norwich, VT, has plunged into the Lowell Mountain wind project fray. The firm entered its appearance on behalf of Donald and Shirley Nelson, defendants in an Emergency Restraining Order petition filed by Green Mountain Power.
On behalf of its clients, the firm filed a Defendant's Emergency Motion to Dissolve TRO (temporary restraining order) and Request for Expedited Hearing on the Emergency Basis, an Answer to Plaintiff's (GMP's) Complaint, and has prepared a counterclaim.
NEWPORT, VT - When Sarah Hardin was hired as a physical therapist at North Country Hospital, she knew sheâ€™d landed a great job, but little did she know that being hired would send her on a direct course to meet her future husband, Chad Hardin. But that is just what happened.
For that matter, she helped orient him to the hospital when he arrived.
Although Chad no longer works at North Country, Sarah and Chadâ€™s love lives on.
â€śHe is the love of my life,â€ť Sarah told her colleagues at North Countryâ€™s 25th Annual Awards Banquet held at the Elks Lodge in Derby on October 15.
DERBY LINE â€“ On a warm day last month, Dave and Kelley Robinson were one of a handful of old car enthusiasts who went on a cruise throughout the state. As they entered the Hartford area, the Robinsons saw the devastation caused by Tropical Storm Irene, which had hit the region a week earlier. A little further in town, the couple saw young children searching the fields for their lost toys.Â
â€śThat hurt,â€ť said Dave Robinson. â€śIt reminded me of things back in the 1950s. A lot of kids grew up around here with nothing.â€ť