Archive - 2013
I first visited Banff National Park in 1985. I was 22, traveling with my parents, an older brother and his wife and two-year-old daughter, and one younger brother. We were working our way down the Rockies from a family reunion in British Columbia to the wedding in Boulder, Colo., of our other brother.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Joseph Ciaramitaro, 20, of Middlebury for possession of heroin following an investigation in the North Pleasant Street area on Sept. 26. Police said Ciaramitaro was also wanted on a warrant.
Police lodged Ciaramitaro at the Marble Valley Correctional Center.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Were informed that someone had stolen a bike from near the Ilsley Public Library on Main Street on Sept. 23.
VERGENNES — Vergennes police this past weekend cited two motorists for driving under the influence of alcohol and a third for a criminal count of driving with a suspended license.
On Saturday, Sept. 28, Vergennes police cited Ramesh Gurung, 23, of Burlington for DUI after receiving a cellphone alert of a southbound car on Route 7 being driven above the speed limit and crossing the center line.
ADDISON COUNTY — A Bristol man riding in a cement truck was killed when the truck overturned on Route 125 in Hancock on Sept. 25. The driver was seriously injured.
Vermont State Police reported that Jason Barton, 35, of Winooski was driving a cement mixer truck eastbound on Route 125 around 1:20 p.m. on that Wednesday, with 45-year-old Michael Thompson of Bristol as a passenger. The mixer was loaded with concrete on the way to a job site.
In the ongoing discussion of the proposed municipal building in Middlebury, which tentatively has a bond vote set for December, an important assurance was made this week by the selectboard: It would delay the vote if it feels residents are not adequately informed.
Ever think the federal government shutdown won’t matter to you, your neighbors or the state? Consider some of the statewide effects:
• About 4,200 federal employees work in Vermont; of those it’s estimated about 1,000 are subject to furlough — meaning they are laid off without pay.
• Of the 1,000 National Guard members in Vermont, about 450 are now on furlough.
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Our family rarely goes out to eat these days. It’s not so much a matter of expense (although that’s certainly a factor with six mouths to feed); the expense of eating out is counterbalanced by the benefit of having a break from cooking. My economist husband would put it in terms of “opportunity cost:” a few extra dollars may be worth it if it saves you the time, energy and stress of preparing a meal.