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THETFORD — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ cross-country team on Saturday finished fourth in Division II at Thetford Academy to highlight local runners’ efforts.
Senior Max Moulton finished 10th to lead the Tigers, and David Dregallo (16th) and Sam Ferguson (18th) also cracked the top 20.
Ryan Biette finished 21st and Chris Garner took 29th to round out the Tigers’ five scorers.
Running a healthcare system such as Porter Medical Center is no easy job these days.
In addition to managing a budget of $69.8 million amid the continuing pressure to keep costs down, there is the looming prospect of cuts in Medicare payments and the uncertainties of a fluctuating patient population.
As a writer and a journalist for a few different publications, I find myself putting in miles on my assignments all over Vermont. On these drives, I listen to the radio, tuning the full range of the dial. I don’t listen for content, so much as the ambient sound of a human voice; be it ESPN sports banter or NPR. I was somewhere near St. Johnsbury recently when I heard a broadcast of the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C.
We appreciate the divergence of opinion expressed in today’s letters to the editor concerning Middlebury’s proposed municipal building/recreation facility. We also agree, in a nod to civility on this Halloween eve, that future discussion be less descriptive and honed to the issues at hand.
This seasonal guide is published in collaboration with the Middlebury Parks & Rec department and highlights the many incredible programs and events in the area throughout the winter.
MIDDLETOWN — The Middlebury College men’s soccer team split two recent games, including dropping a key NESCAC contest at Wesleyan on Saturday, 1-0.
Middlebury, 8-4-1 overall and 5-4-1 in the NESCAC, will play a NESCAC quarterfinal playoff game on Saturday, with the time and location to be determined. The Panthers were set to conclude their regular season by hosting Plymouth State on Wednesday.