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BRISTOL — The Indonesian island of Bali will be featured at this month’s program of the One World Library Project. “Bali: Consciousness, Culture and Community” will be presented by Drs. Carla and David Osgood on Thursday, Nov. 21, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Lawrence Memorial Library in Bristol.
MIDDLEBURY — The host Middlebury College women’s soccer team defeated Endicott, 2-1, in Sunday’s NCAA Division III regional final and will move onto an NCAA sectional next weekend at a site to be announced on Monday.
MIDDLEBURY — Visiting Skidmore on Sunday eliminated the host Middlebury College field hockey team from the NCAA Division III tournament, 3-2, in a regional final. The loss dropped the No. 2 Panthers to 16-3 and marked the second-straight season Middlebury lost a regional final on home turf.
NCAA Regional at Middlebury
11/16 Midd. vs. Utica................................ 8-0
11/16 Skidmore vs. Keene .................... 11-1
11/17 Skidmore vs. Midd. ....................... 3-2
NESCAC Regional at Midd.
Gov. Shumlin’s Oct. 31 announcement that he would delay the participation requirement for Vermont Health Connect by three months was a step in the right direction for households, like mine, that are being forced to participate in the exchange in 2014. Båut it also demonstrated that he suffers from a significant lack of understanding of the very thing he is in the act of changing.
This week’s writer is Vermont Secretary of Education Armando Vilaseca. He lives in Westford.
MONTPELIER - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in conjunction with the State of Vermont, is holding a series of six public meetings in December 2013, to discuss proposals for reducing water pollution that is degrading Lake Champlain and its tributaries. The meetings will be moderated by the Lake Champlain Basin Program and held in various communities around the region, with morning, afternoon, and evening sessions in an attempt to accommodate and encourage all interested persons to participate.