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August 4th, 2015
Lake Region Union High School art students, under the guidance of Stephanie Harper, have created a mural which is located at the tennis courts. In the past the students have painted murals on the walls of the I-91 underpasses leading to the school. These were memorials on behalf of four students who died in a car accident in 1998. Principal Andre Messier said this year the art class decided to enhance the parking lot and tennis courts with this message of Ranger pride.
NEWPORTâ€“There is a flash flood warning in effect for Orleans County until 9:15 pm tonight.
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Martha Alexander, Alex Graves, and Chris Graves recover from a refreshing run (5.5 miles for Martha and Alex, and a 5K walk for Chris). They are among 16 members of the Alexander clan who participated in running or walking events. Last year 25 Alexanders dominated the number of entries.Â Almost 100 people, including children, ran or walked for fun as part of Glover Day.
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BROWNINGTON- At a special meeting held last Thursday evening, voters in town chose Leny Zenonos over two other candidates for the select board. Former member Bob Walker resigned from the position after selling his house and business and moving to Newport.
The three candidates, including Jay Gonyaw and Roger Patenaude, were nominated from the floor and were given a few minutes to address a crowd estimated at a hundred residents.
BARTON- Couture Trucking Incorporated, Bulk Services, based in Troy, has added a second railroad terminal in Barton on the May Farm Road. Company owner Dwayne Couture said a terminal located in Lyndonville is over capacity so he has purchased property in Barton and hopes to have the terminal operational by the end of the year.
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Three people are dead and several others injured after a gunman began shooting inside a movie theatre in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Newport Center, Troy, and North Troy firefighters are battling this blaze early Sunday evening.
Campus Insiders presents 50 reasons why we can't wait for College Footballâ€™s return, from high-flying QBs to cuddly mascots to coaches getting loose in the locker room.
A Newport City resident makes a silent statement on his views about the state's high tax rate. (Photo by Christopher Roy)