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11/30 Midd. vs. Johnson...................... 99-83
12/1 RPI vs. Midd................................. 50-47
ADDISON COUNTY — Fourteen members of the Middlebury, Mount Abraham, Vergennes and Otter Valley union high school boys’ soccer teams have earned postseason recognition for their 2016 play in either the Lake Division or the Marble Valley League B Division.
Four local athletes were named Lake Division First-Team all-stars: Tiger junior goalie Santiago Fernandez, Tiger junior striker Camden Simpson, Eagle senior defender Owein LaBarr, and Commodore senior midfielder Max Ratti-Bicknell.
VERMONT — During her 40-minute commute from Vergennes to Shelburne, Karen Chickering sings. A soprano for Vermont’s one and only jazz a cappella group, called Maple Jam, the drive offers her an ideal window of time to perfect her part before weekly rehearsal.
Chickering said she doesn’t care who’s watching.
“I don’t notice,” she said, smiling. “Both hands are on the wheel.”
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College men’s basketball team on Wednesday improved to 5-1 with a 99-83 victory over visiting Johnson State (2-3). The Panthers will next travel to Southern Vermont on Wednesday before wrapping up first-semester play by hosting Skidmore on Saturday at 4 p.m.
In the wake of Republican Donald Trump election as president, more than 700 incidents of “hateful harassment” were documented in the first week after the Nov. 8 election. It was, without doubt, a reaction to the hate-filled rhetoric used by Mr. Trump to pit one America against the other. It was, we now know, a deliberate and calculated tactic to win the election by pitting angry, white middle class Americans against minorities of any sort — and, unfortunately, it worked.
Multi-faith “Gathering of Love & Hope” will converge on Middlebury Town Green Dec. 3
STARKSBORO — Starksboro resident Lausanne Allen had a little something else to be thankful for this Thanksgiving: her home didn’t burn down.
As they exited the house on Frank Orvis Road to join friends down the street for their Thanksgiving feast, she and husband Brian Anderson noticed smoke pouring out of their adjacent workshop building.