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July 10th, 2011

Dorothy Rollins Marckres

July 10, 2011

PEARCE, Ariz. - Dottie Mae passed away peacefully on July 2, 2011, after a long battle with lung disease.
Services will be held on September 17, 2011 at Evergreen Cemetery in Arlington, Vermont, at 11 a.m.

For her full obituary see Friday's Express.

July 7th

Jenne Selected for Twin State Game

July 7, 2011

Former North Country soccer standout Ashley Jenne was named to Vermont’s team for next weekend’s Lions Twin State Soccer Match. The game, which has been a tradition since 1975,(1983 for the girls) helps raise funds for the Austine Greene Mountain Lions Camp, a camp for the hearing impaired, in Vermont and a variety of different projects in New Hampshire.
Jenne is the lone representative from the Orleans County, although other players, including Emily Pecue from NCUHS and Danika Gallup and Paige Wells from Lake Region, were also invited to try-out for the team.

July 6th

JoAnn B. Monty

July 6, 2011

January 24, 1946-July 1, 2011
Loved to help her family

LITTLETON, NH - JoAnn B. (Percy) Monty, 65, passed July 1, 2011 after a long battle with COPD with her loving family by her side.
JoAnn was born January 24, 1946; the daughter of Willie K. and Alice (Bishop) Percy of Newport Center, VT. She attended the Newport Town Schools.

July 5th

Prue Places 5th in Bodybuilding Debut

July 5, 2011

After 3 years of working out and training at Kingdom Racquet & Fitness Club in Newport, VT, 23 year old Andrew Prue was convinced by owner Dave Gauvin to see how his hard work in the gym compares to others in the sport of bodybuilding.
After finding a competition with a debut class, Prue submitted the fees to the Organization of Competitive Bodybuilders and decided to compete in Amherst, Massachusetts at the OCB Bay State Never Surrender, a natural bodybuilding competition.

Frederick Edward Bushey

July 5, 2011

October 22, 1959- July 3,2011
Mr. Frederick Edward Bushey, age 51, of Johnson Road, Springfield, Kentucky passed away Sunday morning on July 3,2011 near his home.
He was born in St. Albans, Vermont on October 22, 1959 to Frederick A. and Norma Partlow Bushey.
He was a 1978 graduate of North County Union High School in Newport, Vermont and a farmer.
Preceding him in death was his son, Frederick Bushey, II on September 26, 2009.

July 3rd

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