Archive - Mar 20, 2013 - News Article
TROY - Officials and friends of the Troy Elementary School are asking voters for a fourth time on March 28 to approve a bond for renovations and repairs to the school. The school board will hold an informational meeting at the school 7 p.m. March 27. Voters will accept or reject the vote by Australian ballot. Â Â
NEWPORT CENTER - Thomas Snay, 66, owner of Bear Mountain Sports and Crafts on Farrar Road in Newport Center, walked out of his home yesterday to plow his driveway and saw footprints going to his business. Inside of the business, he saw that several of the guns he had for sale were gone.
The burglary happened sometime Tuesday night or Wednesday morning.
For more of this story, see Thursday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for March 21, 2013.
MORGAN â€“ The annual release of brook trout fingerlings will have to wait a few extra weeks as the fry this year are smaller than normal. Hurricane Irene, which tore through the state in August 2011, damaged several of the Fish and Wildlife Department's fish hatcheries. Consequently, the Morgan hatchery received only 45,000 eggs from a hatchery in Virginia last year, but this year were given 92,000 eggs by Fish and Wildlife.
NEWPORT CITY - In an effort to send a strong message to Trish Sears, CEO of the Newport City Renaissance Corporation (NCRC), the city council declined her request to write a letter of support for a Rural Business Enterprise Grant Proposal.
The council has been firm that it wants information well before grant application deadlines. This time the council brought the firmness to a new level by refusing to support the grant.
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CITY COUNCIL DENIES GRANT SUPPORT OVER TIMING
SMALL FRY: IRENE IMPACTS MORGAN FISH HATCHERY
A LOOK BACK AT IRAQ, 10 YEARS AFTER THE OFFENSIVE
ORLEANS ROD & GUN CLUB'S RABBIT HUNT