October 15th, 2012
MONTPELIER, VT - Over 200 Vermonters came together at a rally in Montpelier Friday to award Gov. Peter Shumlin, his administration, the Public Service Board, and wind developers a ceremonial Certificate of Public Harm (CPH) to recognize their support for the destructive development of big wind on Vermont's mountains.
The rally brought together citizens from all of Vermont's 14 counties, and took place on the State House grounds.
NEWPORT, VT - North Country Career Center students, Edy Bedard and Melody Davis, participated in the annual Rotary Duck Regatta. They applied marketing skills in designing and creating the 2âx2â display featuring âAÂ DECA Duck.â
NEWPORTâAnna Bingham had a pair of goals and an assist to lead North Country (8-3-1) over Lyndon (1-10-1) 4-0, giving coach Joe Batista his 200th career victory.
"The first thing I want to do is thank Peter Alexander, who has been a JV coach and an assistant coach for me for years, and for the last few seasons he has been a co-coach," said Batista
"He is very knowledgeable and helps out tremendously on the defensive end of things. He and I have worked very well together and I want to give him a lot of credit.
North Country 1, Milton 0
MILTONâ Mariah Roberts had the only goal of the contest as the Falcons (3-7-2)picked up their third win of the year, defeating D II Milton (3-8-1) 1-0.
"It was a phenomenal game," said coach Chantelle Bouchard. "The defense was outstanding. Everyone played their positions and backed each other up when they had to."
After a scoreless first, Roberts knocked in the winner at 11:36 of the second half to give North Country the win.
Danielle Gabucci had six saves in the game for the Falcons.
NEWPORTâJade Piette scored four minutes into overtime to give the UCA girls (2-7-2) their second victory of the season, a 3-2 win over Concord (2-7-1).
"I feel amazing," said coach Molly Smith. "These girls gave us everything. Now we are on a two game winning streak and this is my team."
The Lady Crusaders were the aggressors early in the contest, dominating the first half.
Amy DeLaBruere, who has ben playing both up front and back on defense this year, scored the first UCA goal in the thirtieth minute of the half.
NEWPORT - Improved local transportation is needed for all of the development, expansion, and changes planned for the Newport and Jay Peak Resort. Bill Stenger and Ariel Quiros of Jay Peak and Burke Mountain resorts, have proposed those changes.
Partners Stenger and Quiros have acquired the airport's Fixed Based Operator (FBO) at the Newport State Airport and, through the EB-5 Foreign Investor Program, plan to invest $20-million in airport improvements.
Editorâs note: Filmmaker and arts impresario Jay Craven has been telling his story of the day and night he spent trying to get Chuck Berry to honor his contract and perform in the Northeast Kingdom.
He continues his story this week, where he left off â getting Berry to the Burlington airport and headed to Lyndonville.
Time was wasting and Chuck Berry arrived late at the Burlington airport. There was virtually no chance that weâd make it to the Lyndonville fairgrounds in time for the start of the scheduled concert. There was an opening act â but the timeline was very tight.
NEWPORT CITY â A North Troy man faces 15 years in prison, a $1,000 fine or both on charges of burglary and vandalism.
Isaiah Surdam, 28, entered not guilty pleas to a felony charge of burglary and a misdemeanor charge of unlawful mischief for causing damage greater than $250. Tuesday, Judge Dennis Pearson released Surdam with conditions.
On Jan. 30, 2012, Border Patrol Agent Donald Carmody told state police that someone had broken into a home on Bear Mountain Road in North Troy.
NEWPORTâUCA scored two goals in the opening fifteen minutes and never looked back, defeating Mid-Vermont 2-1 on Thursday.
"It was nice to get a win and break our tie streak," said coach Alyssa DeLaBruere. "I'm glad we scored early because we can rely on our defense to hold a lead."
Justin Limoge and Ji Kim teamed up for the contest's opening tally just ten minutes into the first.
Limoge found Kim, who let a bullet fly, beating goalie Austin Sayers.
"Overall I think we played as a team and guys were passing and trying to set each other up for a goal," said Kim.