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July 21st, 2016
All aboard! Ride the Trump Train! Everybody loves a train ride, right? Destination? Uncertain. Let’s just say, you better hope they serve beer in hell.
Who is this Trump? Who knows? I am wondering what the children of America think of his words. “Bimbo”… “Fat”… “Pig”… “Disgusting” “Small man”… “Crazy” … “Crooked.” I know that I am getting tired of Trump’s infantile name calling.
ADDISON COUNTY — Vermont State Police are looking for the driver of a car that smashed into a car parked at a home on Jersey Street in Panton and drove away during the early morning hours of this past Sunday.
MIDDLEBURY — The Addison County American Legion baseball team saw its long-shot bid for a Northern Division playoff berth end when it dropped five of seven games, all to teams higher than AC in the Northern Division standings, between this past Friday and Tuesday.
Just before that, AC had won three straight to improve to 5-8, but that stretch dropped the local nine to 7-13 and out of postseason contention heading into their final three games of the season.
MIDDLEBURY — The threesome of Frank Broughton, Betsy Bourdon and Nicole Laberge prevailed in July 15 Friday Night Mixer action at Ralph Myhre Golf Course.
Taking second place that evening was the foursome of Bernie Andrews, Joan Guertin, Wes Smith and Andy Bourdon.
The quartet of Jim Craig, Liz Andrews, Karl Neuse and Mary Ann Broughton finished third.
I’d been in Wyoming six days with barely a chance to wet my line. It was not for a lack of good-looking water. With the exception of a six-hour trip across a flat roasting high-altitude desert, I’d been crossing or driving alongside one beautiful river after another. Lovely. Enticing. And a bit frustrating since I was looking at them through a car window and not in my waders.
BRISTOL — A Florida man was taken to the University of Vermont Medical Center for treatment of what Vermont State Police described as a “serious injury to his neck and back” after a diving accident at Bartlett Falls in Bristol on Monday, July 18.
It was at around 12:30 p.m. that VSP troopers and Bristol police, fire and rescue officials responded to Bartlett Falls off Lincoln Road on a report of a swimmer in distress.