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July 16th, 2018

Marlins swim past Winooski, 264-164, at league meet

Posted on July 16, 2018 |
By Andy Kirkaldy



MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Marlins on this past Thursday made the most of their third and final home Champlain Valley Swim League meet by splashing past visiting Winooski, 264-164.

Leading the way for the host Marlins was Aidan Chance with four wins and Kaden Hammond, Oliver Poduschnick and Holly Staats with three apiece. Connor McNamara added a pair of victories at another warm and sunny home event.

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July 12th

Middlebury eyes plan for growth on Route 7

Posted on July 12, 2018 |
By John Flowers



MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Planning Commission is preparing to study a key stretch of Route 7 South in an effort to give local officials, residents and property owners a better sense of how that area could be developed in a way that would attract economic development without creating sprawl.

Middlebury Town Planner Jennifer Murray is calling it a “Route 7 corridor master plan,” which will focus on a specific portion of that major, north-south artery.

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Local health centers brace for cuts to Title X family planning funding

Posted on July 12, 2018 |
By James Finn



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MIDDLEBURY — As President Trump attempts to alter rules surrounding distribution of Title X healthcare funding, Vermont’s Planned Parenthood health centers are preparing for serious challenges to providing patients with health services they have historically offered.

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Bixby starts new chapter with Masha Harris at helm

Posted on July 12, 2018 |
By Andy Kirkaldy



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VERGENNES — The new Bixby Memorial Library executive director has a Dachshund named Lemon and a Toyota Camry with more than 200,000 miles she insists is not a lemon; she enjoys cribbage and embroidery, plays the oboe, has published a couple pieces of short fiction, is working on a novel, and has visited all 251 Vermont towns.

And, yes, she loves books, especially Victorian literature.

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Midd grad develops innovative pants to give women more freedom outdoors

Posted on July 12, 2018 |
By Rachel Cohen



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Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of profiles of new businesses launching through the Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies, a business incubator in Middlebury.

MIDDLEBURY — Two summers ago, when Georgia Grace Edwards worked 10-12 hours a day as a glacier guide on Juneau, Alaska’s Mendenhall Glacier, she quickly noticed how the work was different for her than for her male co-workers.

Edwards’ main disadvantage as one of the only female guides? Using the bathroom.

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New train set, donated to Sheldon Museum, is on view at the Diner

Posted on July 12, 2018 |
By Rachel Cohen



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MIDDLEBURY — As an infant, Roy Sokolowski could hear the train whistles of the Long Island Railroad from his parents’ apartment. From the age of three, he shared a small Lionel Train Set with his grandfather. As he got older, Sokolowski and his family would often take vacations by car to Pennsylvania — the Poconos, Lancaster. On occasion, they would squeeze in a train-related destination like the stop at the East Broad Top Railroad in Orbisonia, Pa.

“The seed was planted,” Sokolowski said of his interest in all-things railroad.

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Ferrisburgh man dies after truck crash in Weybridge

Posted on July 12, 2018 |
By Addison Independent



WEYBRIDGE — A Ferrisburgh man who operated family dairy farms in Cornwall and Salisbury was killed Tuesday evening when the truck he was driving crashed into a tree in Weybridge.

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Vergennes school tax rate level; overall levy up by 1 percent

Posted on July 12, 2018 |
By Andy Kirkaldy



VERGENNES — After all the dust settled in Montpelier in late June, Vergennes residential taxpayers will not see an increase in the school portion of their property taxes.

The city’s new 2018-2019 homestead property tax rate, according to city hall employees on Tuesday, is $1.6187, a half-cent lower than the 2017-2018 rate of $1.6237.

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