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MOOSE MADNESS

October 22, 2012

ISLAND POND, VT - It’s that time of year again. Moose madness has struck and hunters lucky enough to have won the lottery are out to bag the biggest beast they can.
The largest moose harvested so far this year weighed in at 834 pounds. The largest ever taken was slightly over 1,000 pounds. The largest cow taken so far was 619 pounds.
Pete Emerson of the Department of Fish & Wildlife said the state has finally gotten the moose population where it should be. The numbers are down as a result, with fewer permits issued at 385.

WATER FIGHT SET FOR TRIAL

October 22, 2012

NEWPORT CITY – A case between the City of Newport and Village of Derby Center is set to go to trial Monday, Nov. 26, over a water contract.
In 1997, Derby Center agreed to supply water to the City Industrial Park in Newport.
“Things were going along pretty well,” said attorney Christopher Smart, who represents the Village of Derby. “Under the agreement, our understanding was we had the right to change our rate schedule."
Historically, users on the water system paid a minimum charge.

Morin Files Sole Petition in Derby

October 22, 2012

DERBY – Interim Derby Town Clerk and Treasurer Faye Morin is the only person to turn in a petition for the upcoming special election Nov. 27. She filed for town clerk, town treasurer, and school treasurer.

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