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November 13th, 2011

Joan Carolyn Armstrong

November 13, 2011

May 18, 1939-August 22, 2011

Joan Carolyn Armstrong, born May 18, 1939 in Troy, Vermont, passed away on August 22, 2011 in Marysville, WA.  She was the daughter of Orfice Armstrong and Gertrude Red.  She married Archie H. Cota in 1957, they were divorced in 1978. 
Joan worked as a Licensed Practical Nurse for many years in Vermont and California. In 1993 she completed her Bachelor of Arts degree at Burlington College. 

Rouville S. Lanoue

November 13, 2011

November 10th

It's Official; Kylie’s A Catamount

November 10, 2011

ORLEANS-With the official college signing session in full swing, one of Lake Region’s best hoopsters, senior Kylie Atwood, signed on the dotted line locking in her post high school hoop career. Atwood agreed to sign with the University of Vermont Catamounts starting in the fall of 2012. That insures Atwood playing at the Division One level at the state’s biggest and only DI sports Institution.

November 9th

Watson Ready New England’s

November 9, 2011

NEWPORT–While most people don't get a chance to see it, North Country Cross-Country coach Chris Shaffer is doing good things with the program.
For the second time in his two years as head coach, the Falcons will once again be represented at this weekends' New England Cross Country Championship in Rhode Island, but Shaffer knows that he is just a part of the success that the athletes have had.
"There is a point where all my talking and all my running next to them can only go so far, because once race day comes it's how determined they are and what abilities they bring."

November 8th

Roland A. Before

November 8, 2011

November 7th

Romeo Leon Myott

November 7, 2011

Lillian Anna Eastman

November 7, 2011

November 6th

BullDogs Hold off Falcon Comeback 37-26

November 6, 2011

NEWPORT-The North Country Falcons came back from a 37-6 deficit by dominating the second half of Friday night’s Division two playoff game. However, that early 31 point margin was too much to come back from as the Falcons were ousted from the semi final round by the score of 37-26, one game short of a championship game bid.
North Country had rolled into the contest with a 9-0 record and an impressive decision over these same Bulldogs just two weeks ago. B and B was ready this time, and they immediately got on the scoreboard.

 

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