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September 17th, 2013

NEWPORT AMBULANCE ANNOUNCES NEW SUPERVISOR POSITIONS

September 17, 2013

NEWPORT – Monday, Sept. 4, Michael Paradis, Executive Director of Newport Ambulance, announced two new supervisory positions in the company effective Sept. 9.
The first is the establishment of a clinical supervisor position, primarily responsible for the increasingly complex medical education, training and quality improvement for nearly 50 employees of both the Newport and Johnson divisions. Especially important is the current transition to expand scopes of practice for all levels of EMT and paramedics, as well as assuring that all personnel are properly credentialed for the job.

BORDER BUSINESS

September 17, 2013

DERBY LINE – High ranking government officials and local leaders met in Vermont in late August to discuss shortages in U.S. Custom’s personnel along Vermont’s northern border.
Among those present at the meeting were Senator Bernie Sanders, Acting  Deputy  Assistant Commissioner for U.S. Customs  and Border Protection (CBP) John Wagner and other CBP officials, state leaders, and economic development representatives from  northern Vermont.
For more of this story, read Tuesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for Sept. 17, 2013.

September 15th

FALL FESTIVAL ON ITS WAY

September 15, 2013

NEWPORT/DERBY – The Newport and Derby area will come alive the last weekend in September as it hosts the Newport Fall Foliage Festival.
Event organizers say there will be everything from a street parade of antique and classic cars, to an arts and crafts show, chili contest, strolling street musicians, cycling event, a scarecrow contest, and even a Rotary Duck Race.
The area is promoting itself as “Where Fall Foliage Begins” in Vermont, a state known world-wide for its fabulous fall foliage.

THE FUTURE IS NOW

September 15, 2013

JAY – Jay Peak Resort president Bill Stenger met with members of the media and local officials Friday as he described the progress that has been made with the Northeast Kingdom Economic Development Initiative (NEKEDI) over the last year and gave an update on future projects in the City of Newport.

September 12th

STORMS LEAVE NEK IN THE DARK

September 12, 2013

NORTHEAST KINGDOM – A storm with high winds and heavy rains knocked out 10,000 Vermont Electric Co-op (VEC) members Wednesday and about 27,000 Green Mountain Power customers.
The VEC outage primarily affected members in the Northeast Kingdom, said Amanda Zay, the power company's communication specialist.
For more of this story, read Friday's edition of The Newport Express for Sept. 13, 2013.

CITY APPROVES MAPLEFIELDS

September 12, 2013

NEWPORT CITY – Downtown Newport will soon have a brand new Maplefields Store, restaurant, and gas station on the corner of Main Street and Third Street.  Wednesday evening, after a public hearing with deliberative session, the Newport City Development Review Board issued the necessary permits, with conditions.
For more of this story, read Friday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for Sept. 13, 2013.

MEDICAL VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

September 12, 2013

The Department of Health is looking for retired medical professionals and others to volunteer their time to be part of a Medical Reserve Corps (MRC). The volunteers will work at mass surge (massive casualty events) medical care (MSMC) facilities if the hospital has more patients it can handle during a crises or disaster situation.
For more on this story, read Thursday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for Sept. 12, 2013.

NEWPORT VS NEWPORT

September 12, 2013

A Northeast Kingdom transplant compares Newport, VT, and Newport, RI, with thoughts on how big development can change life in a small town.
Read his story in Thursday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for Sept. 12, 2013.

STORMS SLAM NEK

September 12, 2013

We all knew it was coming. The TV and radio had warned folks to "batten down the hatches," and yet the downpour seemed to catch many by surprise as they hurried into shelter. High winds, pounding rain, thunder and lightning, and even a report of a small tornado kept us inside and huddled around lanterns and candles. Green Mountain Power reported at least 27,000 people without power last night, and 8,000 still without power Thursday morning.
More of this story to come.
Keep informed with The Newport Daily Express.

September 10th

CITY COUNCIL HONORS VETERANS WITH BRIDGE

September 10, 2013

The Newport City Council voted Monday night to rename the Long Bridge, which was recently rebuilt, to honor the veterans of all wars. For more on this story, read Wednesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for Sept. 11, 2013.

 

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