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April 9th, 2014
Angelo Lynn’s editorial on Monday, April 7, pointed out that Vermont Gas’ “side of the story” is that without the International Paper lateral extension, extending the pipeline to Rutland might take 10 years or more. In fact, their current side of the story is that without IP’s funding they won’t be able to reach Rutland until 2035.
Editor’s note: A toddler was struck by an SUV in front of Otter Creek Child Center in Middlebury on April 1.
There are not enough words to express how loved and supported Otter Creek Child Center is feeling. We are beyond blessed to be part of the Addison County Community. I would like to thank the following people.
Editor’s note: The writer is a member of the UD-3 school board and a retired public school elementary teacher.
Though I am a school board member, the views expressed here are my own.
I want to thank Mark Mooney Jr. and so, so many others for making the inspiring documentary film “The Green Mountain Upset” and bringing it to Middlebury.
The Addison County River Watch Collaborative (ACRWC) is a thrilling example of local people learning about, systematically monitoring, and conserving a commonly-held local resource — flowing water.
Justin Crocker was a fine man — kind, generous, and thoughtful. For years he provided superb knowledge and advice to people who enjoyed bicycling, regardless of their ages, budgets, or skills. No challenge was too great, no repair too small for him. And Justin always tried to save his customers money.
He leaves an enormous hole in the Addison County bicycling community.
MIDDLEBURY — In a rare meeting between the area’s two girls’ tennis programs, host Middlebury Union earned an 6-1 win over Otter Valley on Monday in a match that was the opener for both teams and was played in breezy, chilly conditions.
The Tigers have a number of key players back and have been able to practice at Middlebury Indoor Tennis, while the Division II Otters return just three starters and first-year coach Emily Lyons said they had been on the courts just once.