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October 19th, 2011

Falcons Rally to Edge Out Spaulding 2-1

October 19, 2011

NEWPORT–After going down 1-0 in the first half, the North Country girls soccer team rallied and came back to win their ninth game of the season 2-1.
"This (Spaulding) is a quality team out there. They have just two losses on the year and this (win) puts us closer to getting a home seed and that is what we are hoping for," said Coach Joe Batista.

Lowell Wind Opponents Come Back Swinging

October 19, 2011

LOWELL, VT - The law firm of Hershenson, Carter, Scott and McGee, P.C., of Norwich, VT, has plunged into the Lowell Mountain wind project fray. The firm entered its appearance on behalf of Donald and Shirley Nelson, defendants in an Emergency Restraining Order petition filed by Green Mountain Power.
On behalf of its clients, the firm filed a Defendant's Emergency Motion to Dissolve TRO (temporary restraining order) and Request for Expedited Hearing on the Emergency Basis, an Answer to Plaintiff's (GMP's) Complaint, and has prepared a counterclaim.

North Country Hospital Holds 25th Annual Awards Banquet

October 19, 2011

NEWPORT, VT - When Sarah Hardin was hired as a physical therapist at North Country Hospital, she knew she’d landed a great job, but little did she know that being hired would send her on a direct course to meet her future husband, Chad Hardin. But that is just what happened.
For that matter, she helped orient him to the hospital when he arrived.
Although Chad no longer works at North Country, Sarah and Chad’s love lives on.
“He is the love of my life,” Sarah told her colleagues at North Country’s 25th Annual Awards Banquet held at the Elks Lodge in Derby on October 15.

Tivoly Workers Join Forces to Aid Storm Victims

October 19, 2011

DERBY LINE – On a warm day last month, Dave and Kelley Robinson were one of a handful of old car enthusiasts who went on a cruise throughout the state. As they entered the Hartford area, the Robinsons saw the devastation caused by Tropical Storm Irene, which had hit the region a week earlier. A little further in town, the couple saw young children searching the fields for their lost toys. 
“That hurt,” said Dave Robinson. “It reminded me of things back in the 1950s. A lot of kids grew up around here with nothing.”

October 18th

Derby Residents Converge on Board Over Adult Toy Store

October 18, 2011

DERBY - There was standing room only at the Derby Select Board meeting Monday night, with people overflowing into the hallway. The hot topic of the night was the new adult novelty store on US 5 in Derby.
Rick Dubois, a trustee for the Village of Derby Center, said those present want a bylaw amendment that would not allow a novelty shop, adult book store, adult video, adult entertainment, etc., and would restrict such enterprises to Derby’s industrial zone.

Protesters Return to Lowell, Stay Off Nelson Land

October 18, 2011

LOWELL – Lowell wind project opponents gathered on Lowell Mountain Tuesday, all day, to show their disapproval of the wind project now under construction.
Blasting occurred at approximately 12:30, but it was on the other side of the ridge, far from the protesters.
Opponents reported that signs were being posted in the area to prevent them from getting to close to the blasting zone.

Lakin, Morrison Held on $50K Each In Rash of Burglaries

October 18, 2011

NEWPORT, VT - Co-defendants Christopher Lakin and Ty Morrison Jr. entered not guilty pleas at their arraignments in Newport on Oct. 18th. Both are being held on outstanding warrants and on bail of $50,000 each.
Lakin pleaded not guilty to four counts of burglary, possession of burglary tools, careless or negligent driving, driving on a suspended license, and attempting to elude a police officer. In related matters, Morrison plead innocent to four counts of burglary and one count of possession of burglary tools.

Developer wants to donate building to Brighton

October 18, 2011

ISLAND POND - A 15,000 square foot building located on 1.99 acres on Meadow Street in Island Pond has been offered to the Town of Brighton free of charge.
At the last Brighton Select Board meeting two weeks ago, the board began researching the cost to maintain the building.
Joel Cope, town administrative assistant, said, "We collect $10,000 in taxes on it a year."
A recent tax bill shows only about $2767 of that amount is received by the town in municipal taxes, while $7267 is paid in non-residential education tax.

Falcons Moving in Right Direction Despite Loss

October 18, 2011

NEWPORT–On a gray and chilly afternoon, the North Country field hockey team paid tribute to their twelve departing seniors on Tuesday before their well played 2-0 loss to the Missisquoi Valley Union Thunderbirds.
"I'm really going to miss them," said Coach Bouchard of her outgoing seniors, "They have been my backbone ever since I started coaching here."
Three girls in particular hold a special place in Bouchard's heart; Kelsey O'Donnell, Lindsay Cotnoir and Molly Manning.
"Those three have always been on their game. They are my leadership group, and it is really sad to see them go."

October 17th

The Storyboard Life of Kevin Harkey

October 17, 2011

NEWPORT - Nestled in the backwoods of the Northeast Kingdom, far from the hustle and bustle of city life, lives Kevin Harkey. He moved his family from Long Beach, CA to the Green Mountain State 10 years ago.
Harkey has worked on such animated films such as The Lion King, Mickey’s Christmas Carol, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Tarzan and many others. 
Much of Harkey’s work has been a storyboard artist. A storyboard artist, explained Harkey, puts the script to visuals. 

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