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January 5th, 2015
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
12/30 MUHS vs. Northfield....................... 4-0
1/3 N. Country at MUHS......................... Ppd.
12/30 Northeast Clinton vs. MUHS........... 3-2
1/3 MUHS at Lyndon.............................. Ppd.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team on Dec. 30 dropped the finale of its own holiday tournament, 3-2, to Northeast Clinton Central, N.Y.
Second-period goals by Tyler Crowningshield, from Colton Leno, and Marty Niemo, (his first career goal) from Nathan Lalonde, gave the Tigers a 2-1 lead.
But NCCS scored twice in the third period for the win despite 15 saves from Tiger goalie Sawyer Ryan.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School on Dec. 30 dealt visiting Northfield its first loss of the season, 4-0. The Tigers improved to 5-2, while the Marauders dropped to 7-1 as the Tigers avenged an opening game loss to Northfield.
The game was the last in the Tigers’ holiday tournament. Northfield earned the tourney title over Burr & Burton and Spaulding. Each team finished 1-1, but Northfield prevailed on total points in the event’s scoring system.
Speaker of the House Shap Smith has spent the past couple of weeks asking Vermonters for their ideas on how the state can reduce property taxes and still maintain a high quality educational system.
He should be careful for what he asks.
Let’s start by saying I was born and raised in Vermont. I have lived in Orwell 18 years, building my home in a beautiful meadow. Over the years I’ve opened the hedgerow between Vera Blakeley’s meadow and mine. My family and I have enjoyed watching that field be used to harvest everything from hay, corn, pumpkins, now solar, “yea.”
This week’s writer is Mary Powell, president and CEO of Green Mountain Power.
December 31st, 2014
NEW HAVEN — The application for what has become a controversial 150-kilowatt community solar array in New Haven was withdrawn on Dec. 19. Waterbury solar firm SunCommon withdrew the application with the Public Service Board citing community concerns.
The proposal would have occupied about one acre on the west side of Route 7 near the Waltham town line. The company noted opposition to the project in its decision to end its bid, and issued the following statement: