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October 28th, 2012

Raymond A. Peterson

October 28, 2012

March 21, 1926-September 26, 2012

Mr. Raymond A. Peterson, age 86, passed away at Memorial Hospital in North Conway, NH on September 26, 2012.  He was a retired attorney and long-time resident of Newport City.

October 26th

Eagles Defeat Rangers to Advance to Division II Semi-finals

October 26, 2012

ORLEANS–Somebody had to win and somebody had to lose in the Lake Region-Mt. Abraham match on Friday afternoon.
No matter what happened, one team was going to leave the field feeling awful.
Sadly for the fans in Ranger Country, it was their much loved, much admired Lake Region boys, as the Eagles (7-7-1) tallied two goals in the final ten minutes of the contest to advance into the Division II semi-finals.
"I thought it was an excellent match," said coach Tom Evans. "It definitely could have gone either way and it happened to go their’s, so hats off to them."

October 25th

CASH & BURN

October 25, 2012

LOWELL - An armored truck took out a utility pole and rolled onto its side before bursting into flames in Lowell yesterday.
The Vermont State Police, the Lowell Fire Department, and other responders were called to this rollover Thursday morning.
State police say Eric Jones, 43, of Burlington, was driving this Loomis Armored Truck on Route 100 in Lowell when he lost control, went off the east side of the roadway and collided with a utility pole before coming to a rest on the passenger side of the vehicle.
The engine then burst into flames. The driver escaped.

SMASH AND RUN

October 25, 2012

NEWPORT CENTER, VT - Police arrested a Derby man after he allegedly used his vehicle to ram the personal vehicle of an off duty police officer before leading police on a high speed chase.
Police said that early Wednesday morning, Brent McClure, 23, of Derby, targeted Newport City Police Officer Richard Wells' personal vehicle. McClure rammed Wells' vehicle several times along VT RT 105, causing Wells to temporarily lose control of his vehicle.

JR HIGH RENOVATIONS COULD COST $1 MILLION PLUS

October 25, 2012

DERBY - Robert Favali, director of building services for engineering firm DuBois & King Inc., provided a “rough estimate” to the North Country Junior High School Board for all of the projects they are contemplating. These include HVAC heating and ventilation projects, insulating, replacing energy inefficient or non-working pumps, switches, control units, mechanical units, plumbing improvements and others items.

Students Plan Walking Path

October 25, 2012

DERBY - Assistant Principal Colleen Storing provided the school board with an overview of a 3,500 foot long walking path that starts at the school and wraps around part of the Derby Pond area.
Storing said the path is being designed by Ben Partridge of Lake Hills Landscaping who provided an estimate of $31,500. With $10,000 already committed by the board, Storing was seeking funds to complete the project and listed a number of fundraisers that would be used to raise the balance of $21,500.

A divided Supreme Court upholds Lowell Wind permits

October 25, 2012

LOWELL – A divided Vermont Supreme Court Struck down several appeals by the Lowell Mountain group (LMG) and the Towns of Albany and Craftsbury. The appeals challenged the Vermont Public Service Board (PSB) orders regarding the Lowell Mountain Wind Project.
Green Mountain Power (GMP) received a certificate of public good (CPG) from the PSB to construct a 63 megawatt wind facility on three miles of ridgeline on Lowell Mountain. The project is highly controversial and has become an extensive legal battle.

Three Minute Lapse Proves Costly for Falcons Against Tide

October 25, 2012

BARRE–Spaulding's Julia Ormsby's goal two minutes and nine seconds into the first half was all the eighth seeded Crimson Tided needed as they held on for the remaining seventy-two-plus minutes to defeat North Country 1-0 in the opening round of the Division I play-offs.
"We played hard, but you never get those goals back," said coach Peter Alexander. "We had eight chances to clear or get something done, and you could see it coming.
"But, from that moment on, I thought we competed and had some decent chances, and I am very pleased with the effort."

Dunbar Sisters Strike in Chargers 2-0 Win Over Crusaders

October 25, 2012

CRAFTSBURY–Sisters Elaine and Sarah Dunbar each had a goal as Craftsbury Academy defeated UCA 2-0 in playdown action on Wednesday afternoon.
The Chargers controlled play in the early going, and their pressure paid off when Sarah Dunbar opened the scoring, sending a rebound past United Christian goaltender Lydia Samaan.
In the second, with the score still 1-0 CA, UCA picked up their game and started to pressure the Chargers.
But the home team did not buckle, instead mounting their own assault on the UCA net.

October 24th

Lake Region Advances to Division II Quarter-finals

October 24, 2012

ORLEANS - A brand new coaching staff and an early deficit couldn't stop the Lake Region girls varsity soccer team, who picked up a 2-1 victory over Otter Valley Wednesday afternoon in the opening round of the Division II championship tournament.
Senior striker Lauren Nesshoever took advantage of an early lapse in No. 4 Lake Region's defensive unit. Nesshoever pocked a give-and-go 10 minutes into the match to give the No. 13 seeded Otters an early edge.

 

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