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January 13th, 2014
ADDISON COUNTY — In local high school girls’ basketball action in the latter half of last week, Mount Abraham won twice, Otter Valley split a pair of games, and Vergennes and Middlebury each dropped a pair of contests.
BRISTOL — A Bristol man on Jan. 8 found himself under arrest for the second time in three weeks, police said.
Bristol police cited Samuel Lewis Hellmuth, 36, into court for violating a relief from abuse order and violating conditions of release issued by a judge from a previous arrest on the same charge.
NEW HAVEN —Chris Shadler will present “Living with Coyotes” on Friday, Jan. 17, from 7-8:30 p.m. at the New Haven Town Hall, with a discussion to follow. Shadler is a sheep farmer and wild canid biologist who works with Project Coyote, an organization that promotes management policies that reduce human-coyote conflict and supports innovative scientific coyote research.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team moved over .500 with a pair of wins last week. The 5-4 Tigers are off this week and will next visit Harwood on Jan. 22.
On Wednesday, MUHS outshot host Burr & Burton by 45-16 in a 6-1 victory. Six Tigers scored, including Tyler Crowningshield, who picked up a goal and two assists as the Tigers took a 3-0 lead in the first period.
ADDISON COUNTY — Middlebury edged host Otter Valley to highlight local union high school boys’ basketball play late last week. In other action, Vergennes rallied past Fair Haven, and OV lost on the road.
The Otters also hosted Mount Abraham on Saturday; see story on Page 18.
TIGERS OVER OTTERS
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
1/8 MUHS Girls vs. Rice ......................... 6-1
1/8 MUHS Boys vs. Burr & Burton ........... 6-1
1/11 MUHS Boys vs. U-32 ...................... 5-0
1/8 Burr & Burton vs. VUHS ................. 74-36
As a lifelong resident, taxpayer, and former selectboard member, I wish to thank Dr. Victor Nuovo for his dedicated and loyal service as a member of the selectboard of the town of Middlebury. It was evident that Dr. Nuovo strived to serve and treat all constituents with respect, kindness and professionalism. However, it is very tragic that he felt compelled to resign due to the vicious witch-hunt that has permeated the town/college proposal since it was first announced.
The UD-3 School Board has a duty to its taxpayers and students (from Middlebury, Salisbury, Bridport, Weybridge, Cornwall, Shoreham and Ripton) to see that their property is used in a way that best serves their needs. Allowing the town of Middlebury to build a rec facility on the Creek Road site clearly is not the best use of that property.