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June 4th, 2013
When you put about 30 librarians together, you expect to hear a discussion about books. But Tuesday's meeting of the Northeast Librarians proved the contrary. To learn more about what libraries are doing these days, read Wednesday's edition of the Newport Daily Express for June 5, 2013, then visit your local library and find out! There's more between those walls than books.
A lot of changes are expected to hit the NEK, and the Newport Justice Center is partnering with other organizations to address potential challenges. For that, the center has been awarded a grant. Read more about it in Tuesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 4, 2013.
Some one or some thing turned a perfectly good railroad crossing signal into scrap metal in Orleans. Anyone with information is pleased asked to call the Vermont State Police. In the meantime, look twice and listen well when crossing the tracks! Story in Tuesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 4, 2013.
A Newport woman died in a tragic accident at the Newport Car Wash when a fire suppression system went off. For more on this story, read Monday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 3, 2013.
United Christian Academy held it's 2013 Graduation Saturday. Read the story and see the photos in Monday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 3, 2013.
Cruzin' for Cancer brought 103 motorcyclists and car buffs to a rally at Wayne's Snack Bar. Read more about this story and how much money they raised in Monday's edition of the Newport Daily Express for June 3, 2013.
Bears have been getting a bit bold lately, coming into Newport, Troy and Jay and getting into garbage and bird feeders. Read about this in Friday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for May 31, 2013.
It's the third time around, and attempts by the Irasburg Fire Department to get a badly needed new truck have been doused by voters - again! Read this story in Friday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for May 31, 2013, and have a nice weekend!
Fred Shafe is looking at life in prison if he's found guilty on his latest charges and sentenced as an habitual offender. Shafe is accused of stealing a bag of pot from the old sheriff's department building. Find out more in Thursday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for May 30, 2013.
The junior high school wants a bond to make much needed repairs, but they are running out of time to have a bond vote, handle any appeals, and still get the work done before school starts. Time to rethink the plan. Read about it in Thursday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for May 30, 2013.