Archive - Mar 2011
VERGENNES — A Vergennes man faces multiple charges after an airborne early-morning accident on Saturday that Vergennes police said totaled three vehicles, including a car and a minivan parked at Denecker Chevrolet on North Main Street as well as the driver’s car, and badly damaged another car on the lot.
MIDDLEBURY — Sunday’s 4-3 win over visiting No. 2 Amherst in the NESCAC final gave the Middlebury College women’s hockey teams two things the Panthers coveted — a sixth league playoff title, and the chance to win the program’s sixth NCAA Division III crown.
MIDDLEBURY — The next new business that could bolster the Vermont brand nationwide is focused on curbing obesity, is connected with the University of Vermont, is based in Middlebury and is directed and managed by Middlebury resident Krista Conley Lincoln.
The business, Vtrim Online Solutions, opened in early February in Middlebury’s industrial park off Exchange Street. It markets to businesses a weight management program developed by UVM.
The famous “2011 March Blizzard” left me stranded away from home. Although my foolish attempt to go to work on Monday succeeded, and I arrived in time to teach two of my three morning classes, I was unable to get back home at the end of the day. I spent Monday night in town on a friend’s sofa. Tuesday I was back at work with a scheduled lunch meeting, and an exam to give, but no car.
FERRISBURGH — J.D. and Cheryl DeVos are no newcomers to the struggles of dairy farming. They took over the family farm in 1997 and began the three-year transition to organic milk production in 2005 in the hope that the guarantees of higher prices on the organic market would shelter their business from the volatility of the conventional milk market.
Middlebury College professor Allison Stanger appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart last week. Catch our article about the interview and what it's like to be on national television in Thursday's paper, and watch the video below.
Last year, fifth-grade students at Ferrisburgh Central School made a video showcasing their school's local, healthy food initiatives.
In January, the video won the grand prize in “The Reel Farm to School,” a statewide school video contest sponsored by Vermont Food Education Every Day (VT FEED), the Orton Family Foundation, Vermont Public Television and the Vermont Agency of Agriculture. Hartland Elementary and Randolph Elementary won second and third place in the contest.