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PRIZE CATCH

February 18, 2013

NEWPORT - On Sunday afternoon, Ron Wright addressed hundreds of enthusiastic participants at the 9th Annual NEK Ice Fishing Derby, thanking everyone, including sponsors, for their support.
“You did a great job,” Wright said to the packed audience. “I can't do this by myself.... The vendors, the local sponsors, everyone stepped up. We went out to check several lakes and had a great time. This event takes a lot of work to put it on, and I have to thank my family for their support.”

RISEN FROM THE ASHES

February 18, 2013

CRAFTSBURY - In January 2011, Pete's Greens of Craftsbury was in ruins after a fire destroyed the production facility. A new, 160,000-square-foot facility stands in its place with with freezers, a large root storage room, the washing and packing floor, the seed starting area, a small visitor’s room, the kitchen where employees get their meals and the extra summer produce is canned and stored, and expanded office space.
Pete's Greens has taken the lead in Vermont's changing agricultural industry, with a focus on buying local, fresh food.

TWICE TOLD TALES RELOCATES

February 18, 2013

NEWPORT CITY - Are you looking for adventure, action, comedy, and romance books for a low price? Then just make your way to Twice Told Tales.
Twice Told Tales sells new and used books, textbooks and books on tape and compact discs. Owner Marie Westlake also sells books to local schools and the Northern State Correctional Facility library.
"We can get anything anybody wants," she said, including out of print books.
Westlake opened the store in Derby in 1998. Since then, she moved several times between Derby Line and Newport City. This last move put her next to the Waterfront Cinema.

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