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March 18th, 2012

Anti-Protest Bill Becomes Law

March 18, 2012

WASHINGTON, DC - In a move that has struck a nerve with Occupy and protest groups throughout the United States, Pres. Obama signed into law last week what has been called the "anti-protest" or "anti-Occupy" law.

Ice Fishing Season Wraps Up

March 18, 2012

MORGAN - Ice fishing on Lake Seymour is reported to being spotty this year, but Morgan resident Bud Bergh, who has ice fished on Seymour for over 40 years, says it's just another average year.
Bergh said some people complain that they aren't getting good results, but he notes, “If they don't get 100 fish, they aren't happy,” and adds, “It averages out over time.” Bergh said between himself, his wife Ginny and daughter Briana, they caught six fish, mostly lake trout, in excess of 5 pounds this season. “We caught a lot of 4 pounders this year.”

Mediation Fails in Water Dispute

March 18, 2012

NEWPORT, VT - The lawsuit between the City of Newport and Derby Village trustees over billing for water that wasn't used is slowly grinding its way to a resolution. But the final decision will be up to a judge, and not an agreement between the parties.
Two mediation sessions have been held with no agreement between the parties and both sides have asked the judge to not schedule a third meeting, but instead to proceed to trial.

Blue Wave Youngsters Find Success in Milton

March 18, 2012

Six Deslandes Blue Wave Tae Kwon Do students attended a tournament held on March 10th in Milton. The group pictured were at their very first competition, and they ranged in age from 5 to 6 years old. There was a great turn out for the tournament, with every age being represented. The students competed in forms, breaking, and sparring, and walked away winners while displaying great sportsmanship. Deslandes strives to teach their students to compete with respect, and most of all, have a great time!

March 15th

NEKCA: A Huge Demand for Food

March 15, 2012

NEWPORT CITY – Many Vermonters are watching their wallets shrink as their living expenses climb out of control. That is certainly true in the Northeast Kingdom. Just ask the folks at Northeast Kingdom Community Action (NEKCA).
NEKCA officials say more and more people are asking for help. 
Part of the reason for the increase is the high cost of fuel and individuals running out of food stamps before the end of the month.

Holding the Line for Student Fundraiser

March 15, 2012

DERBY - Members of the community who went to McDonald’s Wednesday night between 5 and 7 helped raise money for the Newport City Elementary 5th Grade.
Mrs. Lowell, Mrs. Pare, and Mr. Royer took orders and worked behind the counter, while Principal Stephen Earley and Mayor Paul Monette helped keep the place clean for those two hours.
The team raised $400 for the 5th grade trip to Boston!

North Troy Gets Gun Back

March 15, 2012

NORTH TROY - North Troy finally has its shot gun back after Steve Merrill was ordered by the court in January to return it.
Merrill was purportedly storing the village shot gun and sending the village bills for storage. Merrill, a former auditor for the village, acquired the shot gun after former village Police Chief Leniy Zenonos left his position. Merrill says he took the gun and stored it because the village office did not have a safe place to keep it.

Pythons Compete Hard at New England Championships

March 15, 2012

Five members of the NEK Pythons went to the New England Youth Wrestling Championship at the Nashua high school in Nashua, NH this past Saturday.
Codey Lamere had the best day out of the five, finishing second in the 89 lbs. weight class.
Jacob Sylvester also had a nice afternoon, placing third in the 84 lbs. weight division.
Josh Roberts, Logan Gerrow, and Logan Sylvester all wrestled well in their two matches, but were all eliminated in the third round.
While these five were over in the Granite State, the rest of the team went to Mount Mansfield Tournament in Jericho.

 

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