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June 16th, 2013
Residents of the Town of Lowell celebrated their faith with the raising of a new steeple over the Lowell Congregational Church. The history behind the steeple and it's importance to the town is shared in Monday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 17, 2013.
Join the students at North Country Junior High School for their spring rite of passage in Monday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 17, 2013.
A band of rebels who took their messages to the street, literally, with chalk, have thwarted attempts to convict them of disorderly conduct. Read about their appeal and the ruling in Friday's edition of the Newport Daily Express for June 14, 2013.
The West Mountain Wildlife Management Area in Essex County is due for the 10 year update of its development plan, and folks turned out for a meeting in Island Pond. For more of this story, see Friday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 14, 2013.
The Newport Rotarians and the Chamber of Commerce are encouraging individuals and businesses to step up and support a new deck around the Welcome Center on the Causeway. Read about it in Thursday's edition of the Newport Daily Express for June 13, 2013.
NEWPORT â€“ A 21-year-old Coventry man with no driver's license and a military ID was ordered held on bail after he allegedly attempted to elude an Orleans County Deputy Sheriff at speeds reaching 90 MPH on muddy, dirt roads. For more of this story, read the Newport Daily Express for Thursday, June 13, 2013.
No, she's not a robot. She's not "wired" and she doesn't come with a remote control, but librarian Erikka Adams is bridging the gap between books and e-information, giving libraries a whole new purpose. Meet Erikka in Wednesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 12, 2013.
Northeast Kingdom Human Services is on the move and we have some photos to show you their new digs. Take a look in Wednesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 12, 2013.
Area runners showed up in Orleans Sunday and risked threatening weather to raise money for Therapy Dogs of Vermont. Read about the organization and how it helps people in Tuesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 11, 2013.
NEWPORT CITY Crews demolished the former Orleans County Sheriff's Building Monday.
The sheriff's department moved into a new facility on the Derby Road more than a year ago.
Watch for more photos and a story in Tuesday's Newport Daily Express.