Archive - Dec 1, 2013 - News Article
Canaan â A 51-year-old Canaan man was pronounced dead at the scene of a one-vehicle crash at 12:45 a.m. Sunday on Route 102.
Sgt. Larry Smith of the Vermont State Police wrote in his police report that Randall Riley lost control of his 2007 Dodge pickup on icy roads. Heading south out of town, he went off the west side of the road and hit a culvert before flipping over. The truck rolled onto its side and back onto its wheels.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Monday for the complete story.
NEWPORT CITY - Newport Furniture Parts has increased emphasis on showing the companyâs appreciation of veterans and has ramped up a campaign to encourage veterans to apply for work. Human Resources Manager Kevin Deslauriers recently attended a roundtable discussion in Washington D.C. with the Senate Democratic Steering and Outreach Committee.
Newport Furniture Parts was the only Vermont firm represented at the committee hearing and it was also the smallest firm.
JAY â A five-year-old girl was severely injured at Jay Peak last season and now her father is suing. The child was in a group ski lesson at the resort in April on a trail called the Interstate. A snowboarder, William Vincent, came down the hill at about 50 mph and slammed into the girl, a witness said according to court records.
âWhile maintaining this speed, defendant Vincent snowboarded straight into the ski school class and collided violently with plaintiff, â the lawsuit states.
SOUTH BURLINGTON - A Canaan teenager who traveled to Hawaii with his family six years ago, courtesy of Make-a-Wish Vermont, showed his appreciation to the organization that covered the cost of the trip.
Luke Belleville, 16, went to the Healthy Living Market and CafĂ© in South Burlington to sell Christmas trees with his father Friday. Proceeds from the sale of the trees, which came from the familyâs tree farm, will benefit Make-a-Wish Vermont so other children can have wishes fulfilled.
BARTON - A group of area veterans visited St. Paulâs School in Barton last week to show appreciation to a group of students who sent them cards in the days leading up to Veteransâ Day.
Jennifer Wilsonâs class sent 100 cards to about 50 local veterans. In response, Wilsonâs father John Wilson, who spent much of his life in the military including a tour in Vietnam, and a handful of other veterans went to the school to personally thank the students for their thoughtfulness, answer their questions, give them American flags, and give them gift certificates to McDonaldâs.