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July 6th, 2011

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

Jack B. Sloan

July 3, 2011

July 1st

VELCO Wants Derby Tower

July 1, 2011

DERBY, VT – Vermont Electric Power Company (VELCO), located in Rutland, VT, is apparently attempting to establish a beachhead in Derby, and quickly. This comes on the heels of bidding war between two Canadian companies, Gaz Metro, which already owns Green Mountain Power, and Fortis to purchase CVPS.

First Lady Visits Vermont

July 1, 2011

COLCHESTER, VT – Ken Wells, publisher of the Newport Daily Express, was on the tarmmac when America's First Lady, Michelle Obama, arrived in Vermont. His report of this historic event will follow soon in the Newport Daily Express.

June 29th

Derby Farms Eyed as Wind Turbine Sites

June 29, 2011

DERBY – Vermont companies are proposing to build large, single wind turbines on two or three farms in Derby Line.
For about two years, Bryan Davis of Grand View Farms was looking into attaining a large turbine on his farm. Currently he has a small turbine of about 100 feet, but the turbine does not generate enough power to completely run his farm.
Now Alteris Renewables and Encore Redevelopment have joined in on the idea. The land for the turbines would be leased from the farmers. The turbines would be made by Northern Power Systems, a Vermont company based in Barre.

 

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