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CHICAGO — In its 30th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, the Gatorade Co. on Thursday announced Austin Robinson of Middlebury Union High School as its 2014-15 Gatorade Vermont Football Player of the Year. Robinson is the first Gatorade Vermont Football Player of the Year to be chosen from Middlebury Union High School.
When my oldest daughter turned seven last month, she requested a slumber party.
Since we bought our house in Vermont, a lovely Cape in the woods, our homeownership approach has been: Act first, think later.
Two Weeks in November
I need to teach the deer to read.
To stand behind a row of posted
orange signs. Not that I don’t eat
what’s been penned and killed.
Not that I haven’t learned to shoot
a gun. Or read a report the state sends
saying there’s more than enough
of them to go around. And that they’d
Because this column will run on Election Day, I feel compelled to write about local politics.
I typed that sentence, and then spent five minutes staring at my computer screen. The truth is, I'm terrified to write about politics.
Chalk prevailed for the four local high school soccer teams that saw first-round action on Wednesday, as the No 2 Middlebury and No. 3 Mount Abraham girls advanced in Division II, while the No. 14 Vergennes girls lost to the Eagles, and in D-I boys’ action No. 1 South Burlington ousted No. 16 Middlebury.
This is a ghost story, except that the ghosts were never living; they were things that humans built assuming they'd endure: roads, houses, towns.
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