Archive - 2013
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
6/11 #2 MUHS vs. #3 MAU .......... 16-8
6/11 #2 OV vs. #3 Lamoille........ 8-1
6/10 #2 Lyndon vs. #7 OV....................... 2-0
6/12 #3 VUHS vs. #2 Lyndon.......................... 4-0
We all remember that first car.
Mine was a 1970 VW Bug, bought at Weybridge Garage in 1974. The yellow paint was fading, and it already had 90,000 miles and several pounds of Vermont rust on it.
But it was a Bug for sale at a time when Bugs were so cool as to seem nearly a legal mandate for a young man in his early 20s.
“I’ll believe it when I see it!”
As a child, I became familiar with that expression. It might have had something to do with my walking into the house with muddy sneakers for the billionth time. Or my incessant insistence from the backseat of the station wagon that my sister was on my side — she crossed the line! At times like these, my mother would give me a look and offer a well-earned corrective. Before the bench of maternal justice, I’d offer guaranteed forecasts of better behavior. The Judge looked hopeful, if unconvinced.
ADDISON COUNTY — Vermont State Police are looking into several calls in the past week about lawn trimmers and other items stolen from the garages of several Cornwall and Weybridge residences.
On June 4 troopers received a report from the owner of a home on Clark Road in Cornwall that someone had entered his garage and stolen gasoline and a weed whacker.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police arrested three people on June 3 in connection with “several incidents of theft of metal (to be turned in for cash)” and theft of a purse from Earth Waste Management on Route 7 South. Police cited 49-year-old Robert Miller of Ripton, Jacob Bachand, 20, of Bristol and Alexander Vincent, 37, of Middlebury for grand larceny and possession of stolen property.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
VERGENNES — Vergennes police in two separate incidents this past weekend ticketed five minors for alcohol use and issued them court diversion paperwork, and in one also cited a 21-year-old motorist for driving under the influence of alcohol and providing alcohol to minors.
BRISTOL — This Saturday beginning at 8 p.m., Smart Growth for Bristol will host a community storytelling event in Holley Hall modeled after the Moth Radio Hour, a popular weekly show heard on National Public Radio in which regular people tell stories from their lives.
The Moth’s storytelling model has each storyteller speak without notes, a strategy that often results in a variety of stories that range from tragic to hysterically funny, according to event organizer and Smart Growth member Caroline Engvall.