April 2nd, 2014
MIDDLEBURY — Three Middlebury Union High School alumni and the entire Middlebury College field hockey team were recently honored for their academic prowess by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.
HULL, Mass. — On Saturday, March 1, nine Vermont youth and adult rowing teams traveled to Hull, Mass., as part of the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum’s Champlain Longboats program to participate in the Snow Row, a three-and-a-half-mile rowing race in outer Boston Harbor, sponsored by the Hull Lifesaving Museum. Eighty-six boats from around New England participated, including nine built by high school students at LCMM.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College baseball team posted a 2-8 record during its annual spring break trip to Tucson, Ariz. The final three games of the trip were NESCAC West games against Williams, and the Ephs came out with the three-game sweep. The Panthers’ Wednesday game at Plattsburgh was postponed.
ADDISON COUNTY — Vermont State Police were called to look into an assault that occurred at the Big Wheel gas station on Route 116 South in Bristol on Monday, March 31, at approximately 5:30 p.m.
Editor's note: The lead item in this log was updated on Friday, April 4.
VERGENNES — Vergennes police on Monday said an allegation made early last week of embezzlement at the Addison Northwest Supervisory Union office remains under investigation.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police on March 26 received a request from a local woman to destroy what was allegedly a bag of heroin that she had found in her husband’s laundry.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Quieted a noisy Jayne Court couple who said they were “play wrestling” while watching the TV show “Duck Dynasty” on March 24.
MONTPELIER — Hunters took 14,107 deer during Vermont’s four deer hunting seasons in 2013, according to a report on last year’s hunting success released March 20 by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department.
The number of legal bucks with at least two points on one antler totaled 8,831, up 8 percent from the year before.
ADDISON COUNTY — The Watershed Center, a nonprofit conservation group that maintains hundreds of acres of wilderness, mostly in northwestern Bristol but also in New Haven, held its annual meeting March 16 to plan its agenda and public events for the coming year, including a spring celebration and a birding outing.
The group promotes conservation practices and holds regular events on its two tracts of land for residents and school groups.