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DRUG CLINIC EYES MOVE

February 19, 2013

NEWPORT CITY - For the past seven and a half years, the Behavioral Health Services (BAART) dispensed methadone from a van at the recycling center on Coventry Street. Now officials from the organization want to dispense the drug from a Union Street site, the same site a gunman recently tried to rob for drugs.

Pipeline CEO Fights Regs

February 19, 2013

NORTHEAST KINGDOM – Controversy is heating up over the possibility of tar sands oil running through Vermont, mirroring the debate over the Keystone Pipeline.
The Portland–Montreal Pipe Line runs through the Northeast Kingdom, from North Troy to Victory Bog, and debate grows over whether it is safe to reverse the flow and allow tar sands oil, also called heavy crude or bitumen, through the pipes.
Rep. David Deen of Westminster introduced a bill, H.27, that would require an Act 250 permit for a new oil pipeline or any changes to an existing oil pipeline other than a repair.

LAURA DOLGIN: PROUD OF DERBY

February 19, 2013

DERBY – Laura Dolgin has been a member of the Derby Select Board since 2004 and is going for another two-year term. Dolgin is facing challenger Maureen Fountain.
Dolgin feels her service to the town has hit mid-stride with all the proposed developments in Derby and the surrounding area, including Newport.
Dolgin said that Derby citizens can be proud of their town. “It is run really well,” Dolgin said in a recent interview. She said the town has an excellent road crew and other dedicated workers, and the town office reflects the level of care by the people who work there.

GAY SPOUSE WANTS TO GO HOME

February 19, 2013

NEWPORT CITY - A group of protesters lined up outside the Emory Hebard State Office Building Tuesday in support of a same sex couple from Orleans.
The state recently prevented one of the men, 66-year-old Norman Sheldrake, from returning to his home on a temporary order because the Probate Court believed Sheldrake was being neglected.
"The imminent issue is that if he is discharged to his home without a guardian, he faces the risk of renewed neglect as he is unable to properly care for himself due to dementia," stated Probate Court Judge John Monette in his decision.

 

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