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November 18th, 2013
FERRISBURGH — Ferrisburgh residents have a few more days if they want to petition for a special meeting to consider the proposed $350,000 sale of 34.91 town-owned acres to Denecker Real Estate Investments LLC. That deal is projected to close on or before April 24, 2014.
BRISTOL — Of the people who begin hiking the Appalachian Trail with the intention of covering the entire thing, only one in four complete it. Most are young, recent college graduates, students taking a gap year, all with young joints and plenty of energy.
Not many 56-year-old women attempt the nearly 2,200-mile, 14-state trek, let alone complete it.
CORNWALL — A group of Cornwall residents who own land that would be crossed by a proposed natural gas pipeline are looking for consensus on how to react to the Vermont Gas Systems proposal.
On Oct. 30, seven Cornwall landowners who are being asked to host the Addison Natural Gas Project transmission line that would serve International Paper Co. in Ticonderoga, N.Y., met at the home of Randy and Mary Martin to discuss their opposition to the project. They sat around the dining room table and discussed their concerns
MIDDLEBURY — For the past 12 years, artist Carolyn Letvin has been engaged in a dialogue with sheep, with them becoming her primary source of imagery. She reasons that sheep are often one of the first images presented in life, between nursery rhymes, children’s stories and nursery room motifs, creating formative visual experiences. Perhaps, she muses, we count sheep our whole lives?
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury selectboard on Tuesday, Nov. 19, will be asked to expand the design for a new municipal building at 77 Main St. in order to accommodate a new children’s library.
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.