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March 11th, 2012

Everett H. Miles

March 11, 2012

March 8th

Jay Peak: Rock Solid and Moving Forward

March 8, 2012

JAY, VT - "We have over-delivered. We're very proud of that." That's the word from Jay Peak's Bill Stenger.
Jay Peak Resort recently had a contract falling out with their E5 agent and broker, Rapid USA Visas. The firm shot out a widely-circulated email criticizing Jay Peak Inc. and it's affiliates.
Jay Peak Resort's CEO, Bill Stenger, said he was "hurt" by the accusations and called them "factually incorrect."

Newport Initiates Community Watch Program

March 8, 2012

NEWPORT CITY – Some residents reacting to crimes in the region have started a community watch. Individuals are mostly concerned with burglaries.
Would-be robbers start by checking a home. “If nobody is home, they try the door to see if it is unlocked,” said Newport Police Chief J. Paul Duquette. “If it’s unlocked, they go in. If it’s not unlocked, lots of time they boot the door, go in, do a quick smash and grab and get out.” 
Some homes have been robbed even while people are sleeping in them.
Police are particularly concerned with thieves stealing guns from area homes.

Recount Sought in Derby Tax Collector Race

March 8, 2012

DERBY - The race for the Derby Tax Collector was very close with the challenger winning by two votes.
Derby Town Clerk Nicole Daigle, who has served the town as the Delinquent Tax Collector since 2006, has officially asked for a recount. Normally a request for a recount would go to the town clerk, but in this case it went to Assistant Town Clerk Nancy Gosselin, who is the presiding officer.
The town’s board of civil authority, which is the justices of the peace, will conduct the recount Monday evening.

Bobwhites Edge Out Falcons 3-2 in Double Overtime

March 8, 2012

ST. ALBANS–A magical run by the North Country boys hockey team came to an end in dramatic fashion Wednesday as they boys fell to the BFA Bobwhites 3-2 in double overtime.
"They gave everything they had," coach Andrew Roy said after the game, "They did not back down when they were down going into the third period, and we never gave up. It was an unfortunate bounce at the end, but that is the game we play."

Falcons’ Season Ends With 70-34 to Rice

March 8, 2012

SOUTH BURLINGTON–The North Country girls basketball team's season came to a close on Wednesday night when they fell to the Rice Green Knights 70-34 in the opening round of the Division One play-offs.
"We fought until the end, and it was very emotional," said coach Christiane Brown.
The Falcons played a strong first quarter, keeping the Rice scorers at bay, and after one it was 12-8 Knights.
Said Brown, "It was a great first quarter. We did not let their top guard Hailee Baron to get the ball, as Anna held her to just one point in the entire game."

Douglas R. James

March 8, 2012

Joan M. Thiel

March 8, 2012

Thiel–– Joan M. (Maiers), 79, of Lititz PA, formerly of Newport at 182 Blanchard Avenue, died peacefully on Sunday, February 19, 2012 at United Zion Home in Lititz. A Mass of Christian Burial was held Thursday, February 23, 2012 at St. James Catholic Church, Lititz, PA, with the Rev. James O’Blaney C.Ss.R., as celebrant. Condolences may be sent to Robert E. Thiel at 20 Pinewood Avenue, Lititz, PA  17543.

For the full obituary see Thursday's Express.

March 7th

Lake Region Fans Span Generations

March 7, 2012

BARTON - Eugene Atwood and four-month-old Brooklyn Darling came out to cheer on the Lady Rangers during their 50-34 win over BFA-Fairfax. Full story on page six of Thurday's Newport Daily Express.

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