June 23rd, 2015
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Local residents are gearing up for the annual Relay for Life of the Northeast Kingdom.
See the story in Wednesday's Express.
KEENE, NHâ€“Four members of the North Country golf program made the trek down to New Englands on Monday. Find out how they fared in the Express on 6-24-15.
CHARLESTON â€“ The mud was flying Sunday as dozens of dirt bikers, in different classes, made their way around the racetrack at Rider Hill.
See the story in Tuesday's Express.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ The Orleans County Board of Realtors named Joan Poutre of Re/Max All Seasons Realty as Realtor of the Year.
See the story Tuesday in The Express.
NEWPORT CITY â€“The Vermont Council on Rural Development and the Northeast Kingdom Collaborative held a community forum at the Goodrich Memorial Library on Thursday, to discuss the future of the Northeast Kingdom.
See the story in The Express Monday.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Many children depend on their school meals to fulfill their nutritional needs. But school vacations may create a challenge. The Green Mountain Farm-to-School van helps fill that void by serving free meals for children up to and including age 18 at three locations...
See The Express Monday for the story.
BARREâ€“Three local high school golfers took part in a qualifying match for a chance to compete in the nationwide tournament The Big 1 in Hutchinson, Kansas, at the Prairie Dunes Country Club August 3rd-6th.
To find out how they did, turn to the Express on 6-22-15.
TROYâ€“Samantha Barcomb has always had a knack for riding a horse.
Now that knack has turned into quite a skill set, as she will be competing with some of the top barrel racers in the country next month. To read her story, pick up the Express on 6-19-15.
The former manager for Derby Line Ambulance pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court to wire fraud and filing a false income tax return with the Internal Revenue Service.
See Friday's Express for the complete story.