November 26th, 2013
CORNWALL — Dr. Anna Benvenuto prides herself on not only providing medical treatment to her clients at Addison Associates OB/GYN, she also tries to get to know them.
And she knows that several of her clients are from households barely scraping by, struggling each day to put enough food on the table. Some of these clients rely heavily on 3SquaresVT, formerly known as the Food Stamp program, which helps people buy groceries.
BRISTOL — Behind every great play, quite literally, is a great set. Nowhere is that sentiment more true than Mount Abraham Union High School, which has relied on a dedicated team of volunteer set designers to put on elaborate musicals each fall.
MIDDLEBURY — Two local musicians who took part in a marathon recording session in the capital of country music earlier this year are putting the final touches on a new Christmas album.
For a week in March, Matt Dickerson of Bristol and Susan Nop of Middlebury spent 12 hours a day in four different studios in Nashville, Tenn., known as the Mecca of country music.
I have a problem and I blame my mom. No, I don’t have mommy issues. And I am not consulting self-help books. I am, however, consulting with the Food Network. You see, I suffer from TCD — Turkey Compulsive Disorder — and, of course, at this time of year it really starts to flare up.
Editor’s note: Matt Dickerson, who usually writes a column for our sports pages, takes a little different tack this week as Thanksgiving nears.
Readers beware. This is not an outdoor column. It isn’t about fishing or hunting, at least not directly.
In a gesture to small businesses owners and the shop local movement, the Saturday after Thanksgiving has been declared Small Business Saturday. It should be Friday and Sunday as well.
MIDDLEBURY — The early returns look promising for the Middlebury College women’s hockey team, which swept visiting NESCAC foe Trinity this past weekend, 3-2 in overtime on Friday and 7-0 on Saturday to improve its record to 4-0.
Tougher challenges lie in wait for a team that will play as many as seven freshmen on a regular basis as it seeks its eighth NESCAC title and sixth NCAA Division III crown, but Coach Bill Mandigo said after Saturday’s win the Panthers are pointed in the right direction.
NEW LONDON — The Middlebury College men’s hockey team won a pair of one-goal NESCAC road games this past weekend to improve to 3-0-1 heading into this weekend’s Great Northern Shootout in Plattsburgh, N.Y.
There, the Panthers will take on Norwich at 4 p.m. on Friday, while host Plattsburgh meets Wisconsin-Superior at 7 p.m. The winners will meet at 7 p.m. on Saturday after the 4 p.m. consolation game.