June 1st, 2011
Matson–– Janet Eloise Gould died peacefully at home in Morgan, Vermont, following a lengthy illness. Memorial services will be held at a later date in Morgan, VT, and Hingham, MA. In lieu of flowers, gifts can be made to the Astra Zeneca Hope Lodge in Jamaica Plain, MA, and the Circle of Friends in Morgan, VT.
For the full obituary see Wednesday's Express.
August 30, 1934-May 25, 2011
NEWPORTâ€“Deanna Brandstetter had to battle hard for her 7-5, 7-5 victory over Middlebury's Jane McCabe on Wednesday.
Brandstetter had the was the only member of the Falcons to pick up a win in the match for 6-6 North Country.
Middlebury was dominant in all the other matches, and the only other Falcons to win a set was the doubles team of Rosie Wheeler and Briana Treadwell who won their first set 6-3.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Protesters picketed the Safe Choices Program in the parking lot overlooking the Gateway Center Wednesday evening. They were hoping to send a message to Dr. Susan Wehry, commissioner of the Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living, that they are unhappy with the Safe Choices Program.
Wehry was the keynote speaker at a Family Caregiver Retreat at the Gateway Center.
Second judge issues temporary relief from abuse order to protect Bennett from another client.
NEWPORT â€“ Judge Dennis Pearson recently issued an emergency order preventing the Department of Aging and Independent Living (DAIL) from interfering with William Bennett's right to speak privately and meaningfully with his attorney, Gertrude Miller.
NEWPORTâ€“Martha Petzoldt was the lone Falcon to pick up a win on Tuesday as the North Country girls tennis team fell to Montpelier 6-1.
Petzoldt had been struggling a bit, but Coach Marie George was pleased with the way she battled against the Solons.
"She really came back, she hadn't played well, but (against Montpelier) it was like the old Martha was back."
George said her captain was able to make adjustments in her game that forced her opponent to play to her strengths.
NEWPORTâ€“"I have been around high school baseball for a long time, and I haven't seen many better games than this."
Those were the first words from Coach Bonvechio after North Country's tough 6-4 loss to Missisquoi on Wednesday.
"It was well played, not many errors, some exciting plays, well hit balls, good pitching from both teams, it was a fun game to be part of, I'm just sorry we ended up on the losing end."
NEWPORTâ€“North Country ran into a tough pitching Missisquoi Valley Union Thunderbirds team on Tuesday, as Dakota Raleigh threw seven strong innings in the T-Birds 8-0 win over the Falcons.
"They pitched a lot in to us, and some of them (NCU) couldn't make the adjustment," said Coach Dunn.
The Falcons were in striking distance most of the game, but a five run top of the seventh made it a much tougher mountain to climb.
Kayla Desheneau went the distance for the Falcons, and Mariah Roberts and Anna Bingham had the lone hits for North Country.
HARDWICK-It took ten innings but the Lake Region boys finally finished off the Hazen Wildcats by a wide open 18-12 score. Deadlocked at ten, the Rangers exploded for eight runs in the top of the frame.