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Police Seek 911 Caller Following Report of Gunman

April 3, 2012

NEWPORT, VT - Six people were evacuated from their homes and police closed off a Newport City street after they received a 911 call about a man with a gun at 65 Pleasant Street last evening.
However, an extensive search turned up no gunman.
The Vermont State Police, the Orleans County Sheriff's Office and Border Patrol assisted at the scene. Anyone with information about the identity of the caller is asked to call city police at 334-6733.

Jay Peak on Track for Health Clinic

April 3, 2012

JAY - Jay Peak Resort would like its own health clinic.
The resort is in the process of buying the Snowline Lodge, located just east of the resort entrance on VT Route 242. Potential plans are to turn it into a health clinic.
Jude and Ursula Smith have owned the property for 26 years, and Jude said they are very happy about the sale. The closing is scheduled for May 1.

New life for Barton restaurant

April 3, 2012

BARTON, VT - The Candlepin Restaurant has been well known in Barton for over 50 years. Once a restaurant, bar, and bowling alley, the business has had many problems over recent years. From the loss of the bowling alley to a string of new owners, the restaurant has suffered from a common problem with many long lasting businesses, a loss of identity. That is a problem Dave and Barbara Prue are trying to fix.

Wind Committee Appointed in Derby

April 3, 2012

DERBY - The Derby Select Board appointed a committee Monday evening to gather information on what the town wants and to articulate its concerns regarding the proposed Derby Line Wind project. The committee would give the information to the town’s attorney, Richard Saudek, who is working on drafting a contract between the town and the developer.
David LaBelle stated his concern that a committee was being appointed without the matter being on the agenda.

 

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