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March 11th, 2015
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police launched an investigation into the whereabouts of a 51-year-old Bennington woman reported missing from downtown Middlebury on March 6. The woman had reportedly been experiencing some mental health issues and confusion prior to her disappearance.
Fortunately, a family member called early the next morning to confirm the woman had been located.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
The Addison Independent is proud to publish the Students of the Week from area High Schools each week. The students are chosen by teachers and administration from each school who would like to recognize their exceptional engagement in the high schools they attend.
MIDDLEBURY — The New England Review and Middlebury College’s Special Collections and Archives present a reading from “Please Do Not Remove: A Collection Celebrating Vermont Literature and Libraries” at Middlebury College’s Davis Family Library Special Collections and Archives Room 101 on Tuesday, March 10, from 4:30-5:30 p.m.
MIDDLEBURY — Visiting No. 3 seed Trinity struck 54 seconds into overtime in Sunday’s NESCAC women’s hockey final to stun top-seeded Middlebury College, 3-2.
MIDDLEBURY — In Saturday’s NESCAC semifinal, the Middlebury College women’s hockey team outshot visiting Bowdoin over the first two periods, 21-10, and took 2-0 lead on the way to a 4-2 victory. Middlebury twice led by three goals in the third, but the fifth-seeded Polar Bears each time struck back quickly and carried play in the late going.
ESSEX — Three Middlebury Union High School senior hockey players will participate in the 31st annual Essex Rotary Key Bank All-Star Hockey Classic on March 21 at the Essex Skating Facility in Essex.
NESCAC Final Four at Midd.
3/7 #1 Midd. vs. #5 Bowdoin.................... 4-2
3/7 #3 Trinity vs. #2 Amherst........... 2-1 (OT)
3/8 #3 Trinity vs. #1 Midd................ 3-2 (OT)
In the wake of Town Meeting Day, residents may think their exercise in democratic responsibility has been fulfilled. Not so. On the contrary, in almost every town there are important issues that require continued public conversation and engagement.
Certainly that’s the case with the communities whose school budgets were defeated.