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October 28th

Bristol students raise $600 to end hunger

Posted on October 28, 2010 |
By Tamara Hilmes



BRISTOL — Around 80 Bristol Elementary School third- and fourth-grade students hiked three miles and raised around $600 to support the Vermont Campaign to End Childhood Hunger’s 14th annual Hike for Hunger last Thursday.
The students began their hour-and-a-half hike downtown and walked up to Mount Abraham Union High School and back through the neighborhoods to the school, accompanied by their teachers and several parents.
“We went right through town,” third-grade teacher David Bouchard said. “We got a really good response.”

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Tiger runners win tune-up

Posted on October 28, 2010 |
By Andy Kirkaldy



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SWANTON — At Missisquoi on Saturday, the Middlebury Union High School girls’ and boys’ cross-country teams breezed to wins at the Metro Conference small-school championships, at which also individual runners from Mount Abraham and Vergennes fared well.

The top four Tiger girls ran 1-2-3-5 in the small-school standings to secure the win, and junior Emily Anderson was the small-school champion in 19:49.10.

Their point totals were merged with the large schools for scoring purposes, and the MUHS girls tallied 141, 100 points better than second-place BFA-Fairfax.

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Local citizens rest easier after murder suspect caught

Posted on October 28, 2010 |
By John Flowers



HANCOCK — Hancock, Ripton and East Middlebury residents are breathing easier in wake of the capture, at the Middlebury Snow Bowl, of a man whom authorities have termed a “strong suspect” in the recent murder of Kathleen Smith, 50, of Burlington.
Residents along Route 125 had been on high alert following the discovery of Smith’s abandoned car off Texas Falls Road in Hancock, just a few days before her body was discovered in her home on Burlington’s Park Street on Oct. 18.

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Philanthropists examine tech ed

Posted on October 28, 2010 |
By Andrea Suozzo



MIDDLEBURY — On Oct. 7 a group of important figures in Vermont’s education system — including education commissioner Armando Vilaseca — gathered at the Middlebury Inn to discuss career and technical programs and the role that philanthropic organizations can play in these programs.
In attendance were representatives of charitable organizations and individual donors, legislators and career and technical program administrators, all there to take a look at the current state of vocational education and what philanthropic institutions can do to help those programs expand their offerings.

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Lincoln monument gets makeover

Posted on October 28, 2010 |
By Tamara Hilmes



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LINCOLN — Once again, the Chase Purinton Monument on Quaker Street in Lincoln looks picture-perfect for all of its leaf-peeping admirers.
The foundation of the 107-year-old monument was crumbling and in need of repair earlier this year when Pete Mikkelsen, the owner of the former Chase Purinton farmstead, decided it was time to take action. The two old millstones inscribed with words commemorating the first Lincoln town meeting held on the spot, were lifted and a new concrete base was created for them.

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Ferrisburgh to vote on property purchase

Posted on October 28, 2010 |
By Tamara Hilmes



FERRISBURGH — Ferrisburgh selectmen are asking residents on Tuesday to back their proposed purchase of a property adjacent to the town office building.
Selectmen this summer struck a $150,000 deal — subject to voter approval on Nov. 2 — with homeowners Donald and Patience Sisters for their home and 2 acres. That property sits south of the Grange Hall that serves as Ferrisburgh’s town office building and community meeting center; that building rests on 1 acre.

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Otter Creek seeks permit for brew pub

Posted on October 28, 2010 |
By John Flowers



MIDDLEBURY — Otter Creek Brewing is seeking the town of Middlebury’s approval to establish a 90-seat, pub-style restaurant and visitors’ center within its brewery at 85 Exchange St.
Brewery officials stressed the new service will have limited hours, a limited menu and should not eat into — but rather, enhance — the economic fortunes of restaurants and shops in downtown Middlebury.
“We know we are good at making beer; we are not looking to show we are culinary experts,” said Otter Creek Brewery brewmaster Mike Gerhart.

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Shoreham town office vote to be held Dec. 7

Posted on October 28, 2010 |
By John Flowers



MIDDLEBURY — Shoreham voters on Dec. 7 will be asked to pick their favorite from among three options for upgrading their undersized municipal offices.
Those options, confirmed by the Shoreham selectboard, include building a new, 2,000-square-foot municipal office building on the village green; erecting a more elaborate, two-story structure at the site of the former Newton Academy on School Street; or rejecting both of those options, thereby placing the issue back on the selectboard’s drawing board.

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