Favorite groping story: Man gropes woman in a crowded subway car. Woman grabs man’s hand, holds it high in the air, and announces, “Why is this man’s hand on my tush?”
I don’t remember who this woman was, and lord knows, Donald Trump doesn’t ride the subway. Still, I picture our faces as she holds his hand in the air and asks all of us bystanders in the train, “Why is this man’s hand on my tush?” And is he worthy of your vote for president?
I am lettering my support for Ron Holmes of Middlebury for High Bailiff of Addison County. I’ve known Ron for several years. His experience in law enforcement, willingness to listen to the public and integrity makes him a noble candidate for this unique position in Vermont’s political structure. I would encourage everyone to show their support in electing Ron Holmes as High Bailiff.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury officials are looking to identify human remains found in Middlebury Friday morning.
At 11:43 a.m. on Oct. 21, the Middlebury Police Department received a call from a hiker who reported finding a body in the woods between Court Street Extension and Seminary Street Extension.
The police responded to the area and located human remains.
The Police Department Crime Scene Unit was on-scene with an assistant state’s attorney and the assistant medical examiner early Friday afternoon.