Archive - Jan 11, 2012 - News Article
BROWNINGTON, VT â€“ Sometimes we have to be in the right place at the right time, and that's what happened one day back in the 1970s when former Newport Daily Express Owner and Publisher Roger Cartee walked out of the Miss Newport Diner and ran into an old friend. That meeting led Cartee to obtain a collection of negatives and glass plates and stopped them from going to auction in New Hampshire.
Former Newport photographer Harry Richardson took most of the images in what is now known as the Richardson-Cartee Collection.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ North Country Union High School Chair Arne Amaliksen learned a good lesson recently. Don't start a certain project unless you have every dollar in your pocket and identified.
Amaliksen was referring to the school's newly refurbished track. Last year, the board agreed to refurbish the track on the condition the project would not require taxpayer money. Teacher and track coach Gary Johnson agreed to spearhead the fundraising efforts.
LOWELL, VT - Work on Green Mountain Power's (GMP) controversial Lowell Mountain wind turbine project will continue through the winter, although some of the activity will subside and pick up again in the spring. The lack of snowfall has allowed for some of the construction work to continue further than expected.