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ADDISON COUNTY INDEPENDENT

B Section

THURSDAY,  APRIL  11,  2013

MATT DICKERSON

SPORTS

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Five  years  in Vermont  and still  energizing :KHQWKHÂżIWKDQQXDO2WWHU&UHHN &ODVVLFĂ€\ÂżVKLQJWRXUQDPHQWNLFNV off   this   Saturday,   preceded   on   Fri-­ day  evening  by  the  third  consecutive   sold-­out  showing  of  the  Fly  Fishing   Film  Tour  at  the  Town  Hall  Theater,   participants  of  both  events  will  have   Ripton  resident  Jesse  Haller  to  thank.   Haller   —   who   LV WKH OHDG Ă€\ ÂżVKLQJ JXLGH DQG shop   manager   in   FKDUJHRIĂ€\ÂżVK-­ ing   merchandise   at  the  Middlebury   Mountaineer,   the   current   president   of  the  New  Haven  River  Anglers  As-­ sociation,  and  a  newly  minted  “Pro-­ fessional   Guide   Ambassadorâ€?   for   6LPPVÂżVKLQJSURGXFWV²PRYHGWR WKHDUHDÂżYH\HDUVDJR 'HVSLWH KLV LPSUHVVLYH ÂżVKLQJ Up-­ VXPpKRZHYHULWZDVQÂśWÂżVKLQJWKDW brought  him  to  Vermont:  He  came  in   SXUVXLW RI .DWH 5HFXSHUR WKH ORYH of  his  life,  and  now  his  wife  and  the   mother   of   his   three-­year   daughter,   Peyton.   Indeed,   Jesse   would   certainly   not   KDYHEHHQOXUHGKHUHIRUWKHÂżVKLQJ alone.  Before  his  move  to  Ripton,  he   had  been  a  professional  guide  in  Col-­ RUDGRZRUNLQJ DQGÂżVKLQJ DURXQG Durango   and   Breckenridge   in   some   of  the  country’s  most  incredible  trout   water.   There   really   weren’t   many   places   in   the   world   he   could   have   JRQHDQGIRXQGEHWWHUZLOGWURXWÂżVK-­ eries  than  already  available  just  out-­ VLGHKLVGRRU%XWKHKDGPHW.DWH a   native   of   Ferrisburgh,   when   both   were  in  school  together  in  Durango.   And  when  she  returned  to  Vermont,   he  followed  her.   $OWKRXJKWKHWURXWÂżVKLQJLQ$GGL-­ son  County  is  a  step  down  from  what   he   was   used   to,   Jesse   was   nonethe-­ less  ready  for  the  move  after  working   DVPDQ\DVGD\VDPRQWKJXLGLQJ “I  was  actually  ready  to  take  a  step   back  from  guiding  so  much,â€?  he  ad-­ mitted.   While   he   loved   the   professional   level   of   detailed   knowledge   he   had   of   the   rivers   he   worked,   Jesse   was   afraid   of   getting   burned   out   from   guiding  too  much.  He  didn’t  want  to   (See  Dickerson,  Page  4B)

Schedule

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Boys’ Lacrosse 4/12  Lamoille  at  Mt.  Abe  ....................  4  p.m. 4/13  MUHS  at  St.  Albans    ................  11  a.m. 4/13  Randolph  at  OV  ........................ 11  a.m. 4/15  VUHS  at  OV    .............................  4  p.m. 4/15  Mt.  Abe  at  Harwood    ..................  4  p.m. 4/16  CVU  at  MUHS  ...........................  4  p.m. 4/17  Milton  at  VUHS  ..........................  4  p.m. 4/17  Mt.  Abe  at  Rice    .........................  4  p.m. 4/19  MUHS  at  S.  Burlington  ..............  4  p.m. 4/19  OV  at  Brattleboro    .......................7  p.m. 4/20  VUHS  at  Mt.  Abe    ....................  11  a.m. 4/20  St.  Johnsbury  at  OV  ..................  1  p.m. Girls’ Lacrosse 4/12  Woodstock  at  MUHS    ................  4  p.m. 4/16  MUHS  at  S.  Burlington    ........  4:30  p.m. Baseball 6SULQJ¿HOGDW29  .................  4:30  p.m. 4/16  Fair  Haven  at  MUHS    ...........  4:30  p.m. 4/18  Mt.  Abe  at  CVU    ....................  4:30  p.m. 4/18  VUHS  at  N.  Country    ............  4:30  p.m. 4/18  S.  Burlington  at  MUHS    ........  4:30  p.m. 4/20  MUHS  at  St.  Johnsbury    ..........  11  a.m. 4/20  Spaulding  at  Mt.  Abe    ..............  11  a.m. 98+6DW0W0DQV¿HOG  ...........  11  a.m. Softball 4/12  Fair  Haven  at  OV    .................  4:30  p.m. 4/16  Fair  Haven  at  MUHS    ...........  4:30  p.m. 4/18  Mt.  Abe  at  CVU    ....................  4:30  p.m. 4/18  VUHS  at  N.  Country    ............  4:30  p.m. 4/18  S.  Burlington  at  MUHS    ........  4:30  p.m. 4/20  MUHS  at  St.  Johnsbury    ..........  11  a.m. 4/20  Spaulding  at  Mt.  Abe    ..............  11  a.m. 98+6DW0W0DQV¿HOG  ...........  11  a.m. Tennis 4/12  Brattleboro  at  OV  Girls    .............  5  p.m. 4/13  Lake  Region  at  MUHS  Girls    .....  3  p.m. 4/15  MUHS  Girls  at  St.  J.    ............  3:30  p.m. 4/18  St.  J.  at  MUHS  Girls    ............  3:30  p.m. 4/15  MUHS  Boys  at  BFA    .............  3:30  p.m. 4/20  MUHS  Boys  at  N.  Country  .......  10  a.m.

(See  Schedule,  Page  2B)

Men’s  lax   splits  league   road  games MEDFORD,   Mass.   —   The   Mid-­ dlebury  College  men’s  lacrosse  team   split  a  pair  of  tight  NESCAC  games   on  the  road  this  past  weekend,  hold-­ LQJ RII $PKHUVW RQ 6DWXUGD\  before   seeing   a   rally   come   up   just   VKRUWRQ6XQGD\DW7XIWV 7KH 3DQWKHUV UDQNHG 1R  LQ NCAA   Division   III   last   week,   are     LQ 1(6&$& SOD\ KHDGLQJ LQWR D  SP 6DWXUGD\ KRPH JDPH vs.   league   foe  Trinity.  The   Panthers   WUDLO RQO\ &RQQHFWLFXW   LQ WKH NESCAC  standings.   2Q6DWXUGD\DW$PKHUVW  (See  Lacrosse,  Page  3B)

TIGER  SOPHOMORE  JESSE  Wulfman  hits  a  volley  during  her  doubles  match  with  teammate  Faith  Isham  Monday  afternoon.  Middlebury  lost  to   Rice,  7-­0. Independent  photos/Trent  Campbell

Sports BRIEFS

Area  tennis  teams  start  with  setbacks   DeLorenzo  named   to  Goucher’s  hall Tough  foes  topple   Tiger,  OV  squads MIDDLEBURY  —  The  three  lo-­ cal   union   high   school   tennis   teams   opened   up   with   setbacks   on   Mon-­ day,  all  to  tough  competition. The  young  Middlebury  boys  fared   best,  claiming  both  doubles  matches   LQDORVVDW5LFH Both  the  MUHS  and  Otter  Valley   JLUOVZHUHVZHSWWKH7LJHUVDW home  by  a  veteran  Rice  squad,  and   the  Otters  on  the  road  by  perennial   Division   II   contender   Burr   &   Bur-­

ton. RICE  BOYS,  5-­2 Singles:   Greg   Fitzgerald,   R,   de-­ IHDWHG (OOLRWW $EERWW 0   Erik  Olson,  R,  defeated  Bo  Tran,  M,   0DWW%RXIIDUG5GHIHDWHG %RE$YHU\00DWW&DVH 5 GHIHDWHG 1DWKDQ &REE 0  /RFNRQ/LX5GHIHDWHG/XNH %HQ]0 Doubles:   Johnny   Fitzcharles   and   Morgan   Ingenthron,   M,   defeated   Jordan   Barlow   and   Geoffrey   Car-­ QH\.QLVHO\5%HQ6LOYHU and   John   McClusky,   M,   defeated   Owen  Wood   and   Patrick   Marrinan,  

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Softball 4/8  OV  vs.  Mt.  Anthony    ..................... 7-­4  (8) Tennis 4/8  Rice  vs.  MUHS  Girls    ........................  7-­0 4/8  Burr  &  Burton  vs.  OV  Girls    ...............  7-­0 4/8  Rice  vs.  MUHS  Boys  ........................  5-­2 COLLEGE SPORTS Baseball 4/9  Midd.  vs.  Plattsburgh    ........................5-­3

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5 BULLDOGS,  7-­0 Singles:  Maddy  Pagnucco,  B,  de-­ IHDWHG /RXLVD -HURPH 2   Jordan  Harmon,  B,  defeated  Hannah   /RQHV 2   *DEL +DVDM % GHIHDWHG .D\OD =VLGR 2   Gabby   Vella,   B,   defeated   Alysen   6PLWK26WHOOD2K%GH-­ IHDWHG$O\VVD$GDPVHQ2 'RXEOHV VFRUHVXQDYDLODEOH (OL-­ ]D%UHHGDQG.LWW6LNHV%GHIHDWHG Sarah  Young  and  Danarose  Weaver,   2DQG-XOLD&DPSDQHOODDQG+DOH\ McGrath,  B,  defeated  Caitlyn  Curtis   and  Gabrielle  Welch,  O.

RICE  GIRLS,  7-­0 Singles:  Paige  Hauke,  R,  defeated   0DUYLH$YHU\06KDQQRQ Collins,  R,  defeated  Madelyn  Ganey,   0HJDQ&ROOLQV5GHIHDWHG *UDFH %RXFKHU 0   0DJ-­ gie   Fitzgerald,   R,   defeated   Mizuki   $R\DPD 0   6KHOE\ %L-­ asini,  R,  defeated  Sonia  Howlett,  M,    Doubles:   Chennah   Sharpe   and   Monique   Lavalle,   R,   defeated   Jesse   :XOIPDQ DQG )DLWK ,VKDP 0   3DLJH /HYDQVN\ DQG +DOHLJK Byrnes,   R,   defeated   Lindsay   Wells   DQG6DUD%RH0

MIDDLEBURY  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Middlebury   &ROOHJHÂżHOGKRFNH\FRDFK.DWKHULQH DeLorenzo  will  be  a  part  of  the  fourth   class   of   inductees   into   the   Goucher   College   Athletics   Hall   of   Fame.   The   induction  ceremony  will  be  held  April    DW WKH %DOWLPRUH 0G VFKRRO Goucherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Hall   of   Fame   is   intended   to   recognize,   honor   and   perpetuate   the  memory  of  those  individuals  who   have   made   outstanding   contributions   to   Goucher   College   athletics   and   its   intercollegiate  athletics  program. 'H/RUHQ]R ZDV WKH ÂżUVW SOD\HU LQ WKHKLVWRU\RI*RXFKHUÂśVÂżHOGKRFNH\ SURJUDP WR VFRUH  JRDOV GXULQJ her   career.   She   probably   would   have   scored  more  during  her  four  seasons  if   she  had  not  also  put  in  time  as  the  Go-­ SKHUVÂśJRDONHHSHUUDFNLQJXSDQ save  percentage.   She   also   competed   in   lacrosse   and   swimming,   and   was   named   the   la-­ crosse   teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Most   Valuable   Player   LQ  DQG  'H/RUHQ]R KDV enjoyed  even  greater  success  as  head   ÂżHOG KRFNH\ FRDFK IRU 0LGGOHEXU\ College,   guiding   her   teams   to   four   NCAA   Division   III   championship   game  appearances.   ,Q'H/RUHQ]RHDUQHGWKHÂżUVW of   two   New   England   Coach   of   the   Year   awards,   as   well   as   Division   III   National  Coach  of  the  Year  honors.  In   VKHOHGWKHWHDPWRDSHUIHFW record  en  route  to  its  second  NESCAC   championship   and   was   named   New   England  Small  College  Athletic  Con-­ IHUHQFH 1(6&$& &RDFKRIWKH<HDU Her   tenure   at   Middlebury   followed   a   successful  stint  at  Skidmore  College.

Middlebury  golf   ZLQVÂżUVWWRXUQH\ PROVIDENCE,  R.I.  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  The  Mid-­ dlebury   College   menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   golf   team   RSHQHGLWVVSULQJVHDVRQZLWKDÂżUVW SODFH ÂżQLVK DW WKH WHDP 5KRGH Island   College   Spring   Invitational,   played   at   Triggs   Memorial   Golf   Course  on  April  5  and  6. Middleburyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Rob   Donahoe   and   :LOOLDP3ULQFHHDFKÂżUHGDWZRGD\ VFRUH RI VHYHQRYHUSDU  WR OHDG Middlebury.  Donahoe  earned  medal-­ ist  honors  via  a  tiebreaker. 0D[ $OOH\ UHJLVWHUHG D  WR place  fourth,  followed  by  Eric  Laorr,   MIDDLEBURY   UNION   HIGH   School   freshman   Faith   Isham,   playing   MIDDDLEBURY  UNION  HIGH  School  girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  tennis  team  captain  Grace   ZKRÂżQLVKHGWLHGIRUVHYHQWKZLWKD with  doubles  teammate  Jesse  Wulfman,  lines  up  a  return  during  Mon-­ Boucher  returns  the  ball  during  Mondayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  match  against  Rice. &KDUOLH*DUFLDURXQGHGRXWWKH dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  match  with  Rice. 3DQWKHUJROIHUVZLWKD

Otter  softball  walks   off  with  opening  win Ainesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  blast  caps  big  OV  comeback By  ANDY  KIRKALDY QDOVFRUHDWDQGFDSSHGDQ2W-­ BRANDON  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  When  Mount  An-­ WHU UDOO\ IURP D  GHÂżFLW FUHDWHG WKRQ\OHIWÂżHOGHU.RUL%RZWXUQHG when   the   Patriots   scored   two   un-­ took   two   steps   back,   and   earned  runs  in  the  top  of   then   just   stopped   and   â&#x20AC;&#x153;It feels the   eighth,   one   of   them   watched  in  the  bottom  of   awesome. on  Ainesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  own  throwing   Mondayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   eighth   inning,   Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s so great error. everyone  at  the  Otter  Val-­ And  it  capped  a  mem-­ ley   Union   High   School   to get a walk- orable   day   for   Aines,   VRIWEDOO ÂżHOG NQHZ WKH off. It feels who   tossed   a   one-­hitter,   season-­opening  game  be-­ amazing. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s struck   out   six   and   did   tween   the   Otters   and   Pa-­ a great way not  allow  an  earned  run   triots  had  ended. GHVSLWHZDONLQJÂżYH to start the Bow   could   only   do   â&#x20AC;&#x153;It  feels  awesome.  Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   season.â&#x20AC;? what   the   other   players,   so   great   to   get   a   walk-­ â&#x20AC;&#x201D; OV junior fans   and   coaches   did   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   off.   It   feels   amazing,â&#x20AC;?   Taylor Aines watch   OV   junior   Taylor   Aines   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   a   great   Ainesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   game-­winning,   way  to  start  the  season.â&#x20AC;? WKUHHUXQKRPHUVDLODWOHDVWIHHW Despite  Ainesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  heroics,  this  was  a   OTTER  BRITTANY  BUSHEY  slides  into  third  base  during  Mondayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  game  against  Mount  Anthony.  Otter   RYHUWKHOHIWÂżHOGIHQFH team  win  for  OV.  Before  the  eighth   Valley  won  the  game,  7-­4. (See  OVUHS,  Page  2B) $LQHVÂś WRZHULQJ EODVW VHW WKH Âż-­ Photo  by  Lee  Kahrs/Brandon  Reporter


PAGE  2B  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Addison  Independent,  Thursday,  April  11,  2013

Jeffs  sweep  Middlebury  baseball Panthers  rally  to   edge  Plattsburgh AMHERST,   Mass.   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Host   Am-­ herst   swept   a   three-­game   series   on   Friday   and   Saturday   from   the   Mid-­ dlebury  College  baseball  team,  drop-­ ping  the  Panthers  to  1-­5  in  NESCAC   West  play.  Amherst  improved  to  12-­ 5,  3-­0  in  NESCAC  West.   Middlebury,   which   has   been   plagued  by  injuries,  bounced  back  to   win   a   Tuesday   non-­league   game   at   Plattsburgh,   5-­3,   and   stands   at   4-­10   overall.  The  Panthers  are  next  sched-­ uled  to  host  league  foe  Hamilton  on   Friday  and  Saturday.   On  this  past  Friday,  Amherstâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Bob   Cook  took  a  no-­hitter  into  the  ninth   inning   in   the   Jeffsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   11-­0   win.   Cook   left  the  game  after  Panther  freshman   pinch-­hitter  Steven  Bodine  broke  up   the  no-­hit  bid  with  a  one-­out  single,   DQG UHOLHYHU (ULF .RWLQ ÂżQLVKHG WKH one-­hitter.  Cook  struck  out  nine  and   walked  one.   Sophomore   Eric   Truss   took   the   loss  for  the  Panthers,  lasting  four  in-­ QLQJVDQGVXUUHQGHULQJVL[UXQV ÂżYH

earned)  on   eight   hits.   Senior   Andy   Dittrich   came   on   to   relieve   Truss   LQ WKH ÂżIWK SLWFKLQJ WZR VFRUHOHVV frames   before   running   into   trouble   in  the  seventh  as  he  was  touched  for   D ÂżYHVSRW 5RRNLH 6DZ\HU 2OVRQ pitched   a   scoreless   eighth   for   Mid-­ dlebury. Amherst   took   Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   opener,    VQDSSLQJ D  WLH ZLWK D ÂżIWK inning  run.  Middlebury  had  erased  a    -HII OHDG LQ WKH WRS RI WKH ÂżIWK by  scoring  three  unearned  runs.  Pan-­ thers   Thomas   Driscoll   and   Michael   Morris  delivered  RBI  singles  after  a   pair  of  Amherst  errors  extended  the   inning. Alex   Kelly   went   two-­for-­four   for   Middlebury,   while   losing   pitcher   Logan   Mobley   surrendering   three   earned  runs  over  six. Amherst  earned  the  sweep  with  an   11-­1  win  in  the  nightcap.  Kelly  and   Max  Araya  had  two  hits  apiece,  and   Kyle  Finck  drove  in  the  Middlebury   run   with   an   RBI   groundout   in   the   seventh.  Cooper  Byrne  (4.1  innings,   six   earned   runs)   took   the   loss   for   Middlebury. On   Tuesday,   the   Panthers   broke  

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Brandon,  Vergennes  wrestlers  excel FAIR  HAVEN  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  On  this  past  Sat-­ urday,   Brandon   and   Vergennes   area   youth  wrestlers  fared  well  at  two  tour-­ naments   held   at   Fair   Haven   Union   High  School. Four   Brandon   youth   wrestlers   competing   in   the   Southern   Vermont   Youth  Championship  Tournament  for   NLQGHUJDUWHQHUVDQGÂżUVWDQGVHFRQG graders  won  their  weight  classes,  des-­ ignated   alphabetically   from  A   as   the   lightest  to  Z  as  the  heaviest.   The   champions   were   Chase   Cram   in   the   I   division,   Caleb   Whitney   in   the  K  division,  Jordan  Beayon  in  the   N  division,  and  Gavin  Parry  in  the  P   division.  

Finishing  second   from   Brandon   were  Remington  Coburn  in  the  N  di-­ vision  and  Kyia  Wideawake  in  the  R   GLYLVLRQ 7KLUGSODFH ¿QLVKHUV ZHUH Isaac  Whitney  in  the  M  division  and   Derek  Raymond  in  the  Q  division. Two   Vergennes   wrestlers   won   titles,   kindergartener   Logan   Stearns   and  second-­grader  Eli  Brace.   Another  three  K-­2  Vergennes  wres-­ tlers   took   second   place,   Eyon   Tem-­ breull,   Gabriel   Scribner   and   Carter   Brown.   Finishing   third   were   Ethan   Hallock,   Samantha   Hallock,   Isaac   Preston  and  Teagghan  Spencer. Seven   of   the   Brandon   wrestlers   who  competed  at  the  same  time  in  an  

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CHITTENDEN  COUNTY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;     Middlebury   Union   High   School   WUDFN DQG ÂżHOG DWKOHWHV ZRQ HLJKW events   at   a   three-­team   meet   in   Bur-­ lington  on  Tuesday,  while  also  three   Vergennes   athletes   won   events   at   a   four-­team  meet  hosted  by  Colchester   High  School.   Winning   for   MUHS   were   Katie   Lazarus;Íž   Danielle   Morris;Íž   David   Dregallo;Íž   Akeem   Pottinger   (twice);Íž   Sam   Ferguson;Íž   the   girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   four-­by-­ 100-­meter  relay  team  of  Lexy  Doria,   Hannah  Buttolph,  Lazarus  and  Kay-­ la  Evans;Íž  and  the  boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  4x800  relay   team   of   Ferguson,   Nikhil   Plouffe,   Christopher   Garner   and   Max   Moulton. According  to  the  MUHS  coaches,   a  number  of  athletes  met  state  meet   qualifying  standards:  Lazarus  in  the   long  jump,  Morris  in  the  high  jump,   James  Hare  at  400  meters,  Moulton   in  the  800  and  1,500,  Ferguson  in  the   300   hurdles   and   long   jump,   James   Pecsok   in   javelin,   and   Pottinger   in   the  long  and  high  jumps. Winning   for   VUHS   were   Abbey   Baker  at  in  the  girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  200  meters,  Ally   Stearns  in  the  girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  shot  put,  and  de-­ fending   Division   II   state   champion   Jon  Welch  in  the  110  hurdles.   Overall,   the   Burlington   girls   won  

with  116,  points,  followed  by  MUHS   (47)  and  Enosburg  (19). The   Burlington   boys   (77)   out-­ scored   MUHS   (58)   and   Enosburg   (31). Colchester   also   swept   its   early-­ season   meet.   The   Laker   girls   (176)   GHIHDWHG98+6  1RUWKÂżHOG   and   Lyndon   (23).   The   Laker   boys   (159)   outpointed   VUHS   (49),   Lyn-­ GRQ  DQG1RUWKÂżHOG   MUHS  GIRLS 7LJHU JLUOV VFRULQJ WRSIRXU ÂżQ-­ ishes  were:   Â&#x2021; /D]DUXV VHFRQG DW 0  ÂżUVWLQWKHORQJMXPS   Â&#x2021; 'RULDIRXUWKDW   Â&#x2021; .DLWOLQ +XEHU WKLUG DW  (32.08);Íž  second  in  the  high  jump  (4-­ 0). Â&#x2021; +DQQDK%XWWROSKIRXUWKDW (32.76). Â&#x2021; -XOLD9RUVWHYHOG VHFRQG DW  (69.51);Íž  third  in  the  triple  jump  (25-­ 10.75). Â&#x2021; 1LFROH 0RUULV IRXUWK DW  (70.68);Íž  third  at  800M  (3:01.40). Â&#x2021; $QQD 5R\ IRXUWK DW  (3:01.42). Â&#x2021; (YDQV WKLUG LQ WKH  KXUGOHV (21.90). Â&#x2021; [ÂżUVW   'RULD%XW-­ tolph,  Lazarus,  Kayla  Evans).

Â&#x2021; [VHFRQG   'RULD Roy,  Evans,  N.  Morris).     Â&#x2021; '0RUULVÂżUVWLQWKHKLJKMXPS (4-­4).   Â&#x2021; 0LFKHOOH3HWHUVRQIRXUWKLQWKH high  jump  (12-­0.25). Â&#x2021;$OL6KHOGULFNVHFRQGLQWKHVKRW put  (22-­9);Íž  third  in  the  discus  (61-­5)   and  javelin  (57-­10). MUHS  BOYS 7LJHU ER\V VFRULQJ WRSIRXU ÂżQ-­ ishes  were:   Â&#x2021; +DUHWKLUGDW0  DQG 400  meters  (55.06). Â&#x2021; 0RXOWRQ VHFRQG DW   ÂżUVWDW   Â&#x2021; 'UHJDOOR ÂżUVW DW  (11:45.80). Â&#x2021; 0DWW %HFNHU WKLUG DW  (11:54.75). Â&#x2021; )HUJXVRQ ÂżUVW LQ WKH  KXU-­ dles  (48.89).   Â&#x2021; 3HFVRN VHFRQG LQ WKH  KXU-­ dles  (51.84)  and  javelin  (125-­8). Â&#x2021; $GDP-RVHOVRQWKLUGLQWKH hurdles  (62.62).   Â&#x2021; 'DQLHO:HLQVWRFNIRXUWKLQWKH 300  hurdles  (63.92). Â&#x2021; [ VHFRQG   +DUH Nathan  Peck,  Ferguson,  Moulton). Â&#x2021; [ ÂżUVW   )HUJX-­ son,  Plouffe,  Garner,  Moulton). (See  Track,  Page  4B)

about  the  fence,â&#x20AC;?  she  said.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Contact   is   contact.   Coach   (Pattie)   Candon   said   earlier   if   you   hit   contact,   good   things  come.â&#x20AC;?   Aines  was  not  the  only  Otter  who   redeemed  herself  for  mistakes.  MAU   WRRNWKHOHDGLQWKHÂżUVWLQQLQJZKHQ Kate  Goodell  led  off  the  game  with   the   Patriotsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   only   hit,   a   double   to   right   center.   She   moved   to   third   on   a   bunt,   and   Ports   walked.   Goodell   scored  when  Roberts  had  the  ball  slip   out  of  her  hand  when  faking  a  throw   to  second  as  Ports  stole.  Roberts,  of   course,   later   drilled   the   game-­tying   single. MAU  made  it  2-­0  in  the  third  in-­ ning.  Ports  walked  with  two  out,  and   29ULJKWÂżHOGHU0HJDQ0F.HLJKDQ GURSSHGDĂ&#x20AC;\EDOODOORZLQJ3RUWVWR score.   But   McKeighan   also   bounced   EDFN6KHVLQJOHGLQWKHÂżIWKPRYHG to   third   on   a   Bloomer   double   and   came  home  on  a  passed  ball.  Bloom-­ er   then   scored   the   tying   run   on   a   Bushey  ground-­out.  McKeighan  also   stabbed   the   gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   second-­hardest   hit   ball,   Goodellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   scorched   liner   in  

WKH0$8ÂżIWK MAU  took   the   lead   in   the   eighth   on   three   OV   mistakes.   Morgan   Hewitt  reached  second  on  a  throwing   error  by  Poljacik,  the  shortstop  (who   earlier  had  made  two  nice  plays,  and   who   also   soon   afterward   kept   the   winning  rally  alive). Ports   then   bunted,   and   reached   when   Bushey   unsuccessfully   tried   for  a  tag  play  at  third  rather  than  the   RXWDWÂżUVW%XVKH\KDGHDUOLHUWXUQHG in   the   two   best   OV   defensive   plays   of   the   game,   both   in   the   sixth:   She   threw  out  Lacy  Parmenter  on  a  bunt   try,  and  then  after  a  walk,  caught  an-­ RWKHUEXQWRQWKHĂ&#x20AC;\DQGGRXEOHGWKH UXQQHURIIÂżUVWEDVH$QGRIFRXUVH %XVKH\ WKHQ ÂżJXUHG LQ WKH ZLQQLQJ rally.   Still,   those   two   eighth-­inning   plays   put   Patriot   runners   on   second   and   third.   One   scored   on   Makayla   )DUUDUDÂśV VDFULÂżFH Ă&#x20AC;\ DQG WKH RWKHU VFRUHGZKHQ$LQHVÂżHOGHGDJURXQG-­ HUEXWKHUWKURZSXOOHGÂżUVWEDVHPDQ Brandi  Heath  just  off  the  bag. But,   as  Aines   put   it,   â&#x20AC;&#x153;no   one   had   their   heads   downâ&#x20AC;?   in   the   bottom   of   the  eighth. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   never   gave   up.   We   just   put   the  rally  caps  on  and  just  dug  deep,â&#x20AC;?   Aines  said. Coach   Candon   said   the   open-­ ing   day   mistakes   were   forgivable,   and   she   was   happy   how   the   Otters   shrugged  them  off. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   very,   very   tough   having   12   days   of   practice,   and   being   on   the   ÂżHOG IRU IRXU DQG QR WLPH WR JHW scrimmages   in,â&#x20AC;?   she   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;But   you   know,  letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  give  credit  to  these  kids.   They  just  hung  with  it.â&#x20AC;? That   kind   of   attitude   could   go   a   long   way   for   the   Otters   this   year,   Candon  said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve   still   got   a   lot   of   work   to   do.  And  itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  a  lot  of  work  learning  the   game,   knowing   the   game,   and   that   will   come,â&#x20AC;?   Candon   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   just   need   to   keep   going.   Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll   come   away  with  it.â&#x20AC;? Aines,  too,  said  the  Otters  are  op-­ timistic   after   defeating   what   looked   like   a   talented   Division   I   MAU   squad.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re  hoping  for  a  good  outcome   this  year,â&#x20AC;?  Aines  said.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve  got  a   long  way  to  go.  Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re  hoping  it  ends   well.â&#x20AC;? Andy  Kirkaldy  may  be  reached  at   andyk@addisonindependent.com.

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(Continued  from  Page  1B) inning,   MAU   losing   pitcher   Baylee   Ports  (seven-­plus  innings,  nine  hits,   one  walk,  six  strikeouts)  had  allowed   RQO\ÂżYHKLWVDQGRQHHDUQHGUXQDQG had  retired  seven  straight  batters.   But   No.   9   hitter   Olivia   Bloomer   and   leadoff   hitter   Brittany   Bushey   both   singled   in   the   bottom   of   the   eighth.   Cortney   Poljacik   followed   by  ripping  a  one-­hop  shot  to  second   EDVH DQG UHDFKHG ZKHQ WKH ÂżHOGHU tried  to  force  Bloomer  at  third.  With   the  bases  loaded,  catcher  Laura  Rob-­ erts  lined  a  single  to  center  to  score   both  Bloomer  and  Bushey  and  tie  the   game.   That   brought   Aines   to   the   plate,   who  had  already  singled  twice,  but   in   addition   to   her   error   had   also   Spectators   are   advised   to   consult   school   EHHQ SLFNHG RII ÂżUVW 7KRVH PLV-­ websites  for  the  latest  schedule  updates.   cues   were   quickly   forgotten:  Aines   VODPPHGWKHÂżUVWSLWFKVKHVDZRYHU the  fence.   But  she  insisted  she  was  not  think-­ ing  home  run,  even  if  her  teammates   were.   Email  your  news  to: â&#x20AC;&#x153;My   team   was   telling   me,   â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Tay-­ news@addisonindependent.com lor,  you  see  that  fence?â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  I  didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  care  

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White  pills  found  at  college  dance MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Middlebury   police  received  into  evidence  some   unknown  white  pills  that  had  been   found   by   a   security   company   that   had   been   monitoring   a   Middle-­ bury  College  dance  on  South  Main   Street  on  April  6. In  other  action  last  week,  Middle-­ bury  police: Â&#x2021; &RQWLQXHG WKHLU LQYHVWLJDWLRQ on  April  1  into  an  alleged  sexual  of-­ fense  in  the  South  Main  Street  area. Â&#x2021; 6HUYHGDQRWUHVSDVVQRWLFHRQ April  1  on  a  person  not  wanted  at  a   Mead  Lane  residence. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D UHSRUWHG ODU-­ ceny  in  the  Court  Street  Extension   area  on  April  1. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG D UHSRUW RI VKRWV ÂżUHG LQ WKH &URVV 6WUHHW DUHD RQ April   1.   That   report   proved   to   be   false  and  the  caller  was  referred  to   mental   health   counseling,   accord-­ ing  to  police. Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHG LQIRUPDWLRQ DERXW potential   illegal   drug   activity   in   town  on  April  1. Â&#x2021; $VVLVWHG 3RUWHU +RVSLWDO RI-­ ÂżFLDOV ZLWK DQ XQUXO\ SDWLHQW RQ April  1. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG ZLWK 0LGGOHEXU\ ÂżUHÂżJKWHUV WR DQ DOOHJHG DUVRQ ÂżUHDWD0LGGOHEXU\&ROOHJHGRUP room   on   South   Main   Street   on   April   1.   Investigators   determined   an   unattended   candle   had   caused   WKHVPDOOÂżUH Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG DQ DFFLGHQW ZLWK injuries,  on  Main  Street  on  April  2. Â&#x2021; 6HUYHG D QRWUHVSDVV RUGHU RQ a   person   who   was   not   wanted   at   a   Court  Street  residence  on  April  2. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D GRPHVWLF GLV-­ turbance  at  a  Seminary  Street  resi-­ dence  on  April  3. Â&#x2021; &DOPHG D PDQ ZKR ZLWQHVVHV said  was  â&#x20AC;&#x153;acting  agitatedâ&#x20AC;?  on  Court   6WUHHW RQ $SULO  3ROLFH VDLG WKH\

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shown  up   drunk   for   work   on  April   4. Â&#x2021; 3ODFHG LQWR WKH FXVWRG\ RI 0LGGOHEXU\ &ROOHJH 3XEOLF 6DIHW\ two   drunken   female   students   who   were  seen  staggering  down  College   Street  on  April  5. Â&#x2021; ,VVXHG &RXUW 'LYHUVLRQ SDSHU-­ work  to  a  juvenile  seen  urinating  in   the  College  Street  area  on  April  5. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHGDGRPHVWLFGLVSXWH in   the   Court   Street   Extension   area   RQ$SULO3ROLFHVDLGDZRPDQDF-­ cused  her  boyfriend  of  driving  away   with  her  car  after  an  argument. Â&#x2021; *RW PHQWDO KHDOWK FRXQVHO-­ ing  for  a  Cross  Street  resident  who   falsely   reported   a   shooting   in   a   nearby  apartment  on  April  5. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHGDKLWDQGUXQDFFL-­ dent  involving  two  vehicles  on  Col-­ lege  Street  on  April  5. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHGDUHSRUWHGIDPLO\ dispute   at   a   Seymour   Street   resi-­ dence  on  April  6. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHGWRDGLVRUGHUO\FRQ-­ duct   complaint   in   the  Wilson   Road   area  on  April  6. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D UHSRUW RI JXQ-­ shots  in  the  South  Street  Extension   DUHDRQ$SULO3ROLFHVDLGWZRPHQ had  been  shooting  in  the  area. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG D UHSRUW RI WZR non-­students   acting   disorderly   on   Middlebury   College   campus   RQ $SULO  3ROLFH VDLG RQH RI WKH youths   was   issued   court   diversion   paperwork  for  being  a  minor  in  pos-­ session  of  alcohol  and  a  no-­trespass   order.  The  other  youth  was  returned   to  his  friendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  dorm  room. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D GRPHVWLF GLV-­ turbance   in   the   Newton   Drive   area   on  April  7. Â&#x2021; 6HUYHG FRXUW GLYHUVLRQ SDSHU-­ work  on  a  juvenile  who  was  in  pos-­ session  of  alcohol  on  College  Street   on  April  8.

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LINCOLN  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  There  is  a  spaghetti   dinner   at   St.   Ambrose   Church   in   Bristol  on  Friday,  April  12,  from  5-­7   p.m. Saturday,  April  13,  at  7:30  p.m.  at   %XUQKDP+DOOWKH)ULHG'RXJKER\V will  play  as  part  of  the  Burnham  Mu-­ sic  Series. At   the   United   Church   of   Lincoln   the   United   Students   Ministry   of   young   people   in   grades   7-­12   meets   on  Sunday  evenings  at  6:30  p.m. Teen   Movie   Night   at   the   Lincoln   Library  for  kids  in  grades  7  and  up  is  

Friday,  April   19,   at   7   p.m.   Refresh-­ ments   will   be   served.   The   movie   is   ÂśVÂł7KH+REELW$Q8QH[SHFWHG Journey,â&#x20AC;?   starring   Martin   Freeman,   Ian   McKellan   and   Elijah   Wood,   di-­ UHFWHGE\3HWHU-DFNVRQ7KLVHSLFLV WKHÂżUVWRIDWULORJ\RIÂżOPVDGDSWLQJ the   enduringly   popular   masterpiece   Âł7KH+REELW´E\-557RONLHQ There   will   be   a   special   Saturday   morning  story  time  at  the  library  on   April  20  at  11  a.m.  If  you  are  unable   to  attend  Friday  story  time,  this  is  for   you.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dig  Into   Reading!â&#x20AC;?   This   is   the   theme   for   this   summerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   statewide   reading  program. National   Library   Week   is   April   14-­20  this  year.  Stop  in  at  the  library   and   receive   a   free   book   while   sup-­ SOLHVODVW+HOSFHOHEUDWHWKHZRQGHU-­ ful  resource  we  have  here  in  Lincoln. 7KH /LQFROQ +LVWRULFDO 6RFLHW\ LV ZRUNLQJ RQ IDPLO\ KLVWRULHV 3OHDVH submit   information   you   have   avail-­ able  to  enable  the  museum  to  broad-­ en  its  genealogy  library.

On  the  ball OTTER  VALLEY  UNION   High  School  basketball   players  Olivia  Bloomer,   above,  and  Ryan  Kelley,   left,  challenge  students   at  Whiting  Elementary   School  with  some  bas-­ ketball  drills  when  they   recently  visited  the  SOAR   after-­school  program.  The   high  school  students  also   shared  their  basketball   stories  and  demonstrated   some  moves.  


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FOSTER MOTORS Foster Motors  is  looking  for  a  new   and  used  vehicle  Sales  Consultant.     Sales  experience  a  plus.     Hit  the  ground  running  with  the   Spring  Market  blooming  at  a   well-­‐established  Chrysler/Jeep/ Dodge/Ram  Truck  dealership!     Call  Craig  Lee  for  details  at  388-­‐9961

Help Wanted BARNES   DAIRY,   ADDI-­ SON   seeking   feeder.   Per-­ son  needed  for  mixing  feed   and   delivering   to   animals.   Need   valid   drivers   license,   experience  preferred.  Some   light  maintenance  on  feeding   equipment.  6  days  per  week.   40-­50   hours.   For   interview   call  802-­349-­9015.

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DEVELOPMENTAL HOME   PROVIDER:   Woman   with   mild  developmental  disability   seeks   support   from   single   person  /  f amily   in   Addison   County.  She  wants  to  be  part   of  your  life,  yet  have  her  own   space.  An  attached  first  floor   apartment   or   mother-­in-­law   suite  would  be  ideal,  but  not   necessary.   She   has   a   cat   and   a   variety   of   activities   and  interests.  Needs  support   with  meals  and  health  needs.   Annual   tax-­free   stipend   of   approximately  $23,000  plus   room   &   board   payment   of   $8300   and   respite   budget.   Please   call   Sharon   Tierra   at  Community  Associates  at   802-­388-­4021.

ESTABLISHED MIDDLE-­ BURY  LANDSCAPING  and   Excavating   company   seek-­ ing  experienced  commercial   lawn  mowers  and  landscape   laborers.   At   least   2   years   relevant   experience.   Valid   driver’s   license   and   strong   work  ethic  required.  Please   call  802-­388-­4529.

KITCHEN HELP  NEEDED:   Local  Food  Service  company   seeks  kitchen  help.  Looking   for   motivated,   hard-­working   individuals  to  help  prep  and   pack  food  Thursday  through   Saturday.   Please   email   re-­ sume  and  references  to  info@ grazedelivered.com  -­schedul-­ ing  interviews  immediately.

PART TIME   DELI   posi-­ tion  available  making  pizza   Mon-­Sat  9:30am  to  2:15pm.   Prior   work   experience   with   food   preparation   required.   Applicants   should   apply   in   person  at  Small  City  Market   in  Vergennes  or  call  Cory  at   802-­349-­7101.

EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRA-­ TIVE   ASSISTANT   needed   for   well   established   office   services   business,   Main   Street,  Bristol.  Must  be  well   acquainted   with   secretarial   /  office   routines   and   com-­ fortable   working   with   and   troubleshooting  a  variety  of   software  programs  and  office   machines.  A   solid   working   knowledge   of   the   Microsoft   Office   application   suite,   in-­ cluding  Publisher,  preferred.   If   you   have   strong   custom-­ er-­service  skills  and  are  able   to  handle  numerous  projects   simultaneously,  this  position   may   be   for   you.   Moderate   lifting  ability  and  rotating  Sat-­ urday   availability   required.   30-­40   hour  /  week.   Please   email   or   send   resume,   in-­ cluding  salary  requirements   to:   Kimball   Office   Services,   Inc.,  21  Main  St.,  Bristol,  VT   05443   (secretary@gmavt. net).

MARINA TECHNICIAN:   Needs  experience  in  marina   operations:  boat  service,  re-­ pairs,  transport;  service  and   repair   of   shop   equipment,   vehicles,  trailers.  Fax  resume   to  518-­543-­6732;  email  to  ka-­ tie.smith@hackerboat.com  .

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MIDDLEBURY UNION HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL DRIVER EDUCATION TEACHER Middlebury Union High School is seeking a Summer School Driver Education teacher who has subject appropriate Vermont 'IVXM½GEXMSRERHLEWHIQSRWXVEXIHWYFNIGX area expertise with a background in Driver Education. Successful candidate must have demonstrated effectiveness regarding rapport with students and communication with parents and students, demonstrated knowledge of current technology, be willing to work summers (stipend) and after school and have exemplary oral and written communication skills. Apply by sending a letter of interest, resume, three current reference letters, complete transcripts and evidence of licensure to: Dr. Gail Conley, Superintendent Addison Central Supervisory Union 49 Charles Avenue Middlebury,VT 05753 E.O.E.

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STAFFED LIVING:   RESI-­ DENTIAL   Instructor   sought   for   a   home   in   Middlebury,   supporting   a   woman   in   her   30’s  with  mild  developmental   disability.  Most  important  skills   are  flexible  thinking  and  the   ability   to   maintain   personal   boundaries.  Support  needed   in  learning  emotional  regula-­ tion,  gaining  home  manage-­ ment   skills,   building   friend-­ ships,   developing   interests   outside  the  home  and  improv-­ ing  communication.  43  hours   with  two  over-­nights,  3  days   off  per  week.  Comprehensive   benefit   package   including   on-­site  gym  membership.  Re-­ spond  to  CSAC  HR,  89  Main   GREENHOUSE  WORKERS   Street,  Middlebury,  VT  05753.   WANTED.  Part  time  season-­ 802-­388-­6751  ext.  425,  or  visit   al.  First  Season  Greenhous-­ www.csac-­vt.org  . es.  Call  5pm-­6pm,  475-­2588. LOOKING   FOR   PAINTER   GREENHOUSE  WORKERS-­   with  truck  and  some  experi-­ SEASONAL:  Full  Time  and   ence  to  work  on  percentage   part  time  positions.  Includes   per   job.   Call   802-­382-­1644   planting,   watering,   loading   for  more  information. trucks.  Must  be  strong,  de-­ pendable,  motivated.  Please   call   Paul   at   802-­759-­2294   between  9am  and  6pm. HIRING  CARE  GIVERS  part   time  and  per  diem,  all  shifts.   Email  your  resume  and  refer-­ ences   to   info@livingwellvt. org  .

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MO’S COUNTRY  RABBITS:   Fresh   Rabbit   Meat   for   sale.   Average   weight:   4-­5   lbs.   Charging   $14.00   per   rabbit.   Also  selling  live  adult  rabbits,   as  well  as  baby  rabbits  for  ne-­ gotiable  price.  Many  different   breeds  including  “Giants”.  May   be  seen  by  appointment.  Call   Mo  O’Keefe  at  802-­349-­8040.   Great  Meat.  Great  Pets.  Great   Prices.

PATRICIA’S RESTAURANT   is   looking   for   hard-­working   friendly  staff  to  fill  one  wait-­ staff   position   and   one   line   cook  position.  Please  apply   within  18  Center  Street,  Bran-­ SIDE  BY  SIDE  REFRIGERA-­ don,   VT.   Please   no   phone   TOR.  Antique  fainting  couch.   calls. Couches   and   chairs.   Dining   TREADWAY  DAIRY  LLC  is   set.  Everything  must  go.  For-­ looking  to  fill  the  position  of   estdale.  802-­855-­8262. feeder.  Candidate  must  have   a  valid  driver’s  license,  prior   experience  preferred  but  not   necessary.  Please  call  Brian   at  802-­349-­6199  to  schedule   an  interview.

For Sale 2   BEDROOM   1   BATH   older   mobile   home;   fully   furnished,   with   appliances.   Must   be   moved.   Bristol.   802-­453-­3652.

WINTER SPECIAL  —  THE   BARREL   MAN:   55   gallon   Plastic  and  Metal  barrels.  Sev-­ eral  types:  55  gallon  rain  bar-­ rels  with  faucets,  Food  grade   with  removable  locking  covers,   plastic  food  grade  with  spin-­on   covers  (pickle  barrels).  Many   types  of  barrels.  55  gallon  salt   /   sand   barrels   with   PT   legs.   Also,   275   gallon   food   grade   totes,   great   for   Maple   sap.   Special  price,  $125.  Delivery   available.  802-­453-­4235.

2 F I R E S TO N E   F I R E -­ HAWK   GT   215/65   R16.   Vacation  Rentals Used  one  season.  $80  /  pair.   PRIME   PRIVATE   LAKE   802-­545-­2936. Champlain   location.   Recent   J.D.   650   TRACTOR   4WD.   cancellation   for   the   week   of   Like   new   condition.   60”   6/29-­7/6/13.  For  more  informa-­ Groomer,   York   rake   and   tion,  visit  vermontproperty.com   J.D.  rear  blade.  $8500  OBO.   web  site.  Under  Lake  Cham-­ 802-­948-­2004. plain   Rentals,  Addison,   Ver-­ mont;  3BR  lake  house,  listing   RANDOM  WIDTH  1”  PINE   162.  For  further  details  or  more   boards.  8’,  10’,  12’  lengths..   photos,  call  386-­439-­6934,  or   4 8   c e n t s  /  b o a r d   f o o t .   630-­639-­7457,  or  email  abder-­ 352-­4171. mody@yahoo.com.

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2500 SQ.FT.  LIGHT  industrial   space   on   Exchange   Street,   Middlebury.  For  more  informa-­ tion  call  388-­4831. 4000  SQUARE  FEET  or  less.   Professional  Office  space  in   Middlebury,  multi-­  room,  re-­ ceptionist  desk.  Ground  level,   parking,   handicapped-­ac-­ cessible.   Available   now.   802-­558-­6092. ADDISON   HOUSE   TO   share.  Private  suite  consist-­ ing  of  1  bedroom,  small  living   room,  private  bath,  skylights,   laundry   room   with   washer  /   dryer,  includes  internet,  satel-­ lite  tv  and  all  utilities.  $550  /   month.  References  and  de-­ posit.  802-­759-­2133.

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1 LARGE,   1   BEDROOM   apartment  in  Salisbury  near   Lake   Dunmore.   Super   en-­ ergy  efficient.  Bedroom  and   full   bath   on   second   floor.   Eat-­in   kitchen   with   stove   and   refrigerator;   and   living   room   on   first   floor.   Private   basement   with   washer   and   dryer   included.   Available   May   1.   $800  /  mo.   plus   utili-­ ties.   Yard   maintenance   and   snow  plowing  included.  Secu-­ rity  and  references  required.   Non-­smoking   property.   No   pets.  802-­352-­6678.

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145  ACRES  AVAILABLE   for  five  year  lease.  Organic   preferred.  $5500  per  year.   First   and   last   year   rent   VERGENNES  3BR:  wash-­ paid  at  signing  of  contract.   er  /  dryer   hookup.   $900  /   619-­208-­2939.  www.land-­ month.   Pets   negotiable.   woodwater.com  . On   Monkton   Rd.   across   BRANDON   2   BR   $650   from   Vergennes   Variety.   2006   HAND   S   TWIN   12   +   utilities.   802-­773-­9107   240-­281-­1508   or   email   Hay  Merger.  $20,000  OBO.   www.thefuccicompany. o c o p o m . n i n j a . t u r t l e @ Call  Tim  at  802-­349-­6676. com  . gmail.com  Available  April   CORN   SILAGE   IN   bun-­ 1.  Must  pass  background   ker.   $40   per   ton   loaded.   BRANDON;  1  BEDROOM   check. Florence,  Vt.  Kim  Harvey   apartment.   $650  /  month.   Includes   heat,   trash   and   VERGENNES;   2   BED-­ 802-­558-­3317. snow   removal.   First,   se-­ ROOM  condo  on  Hopkins   FIRST   CUT   HAY.   4X5   curity   and   1   year   lease   Road.  Full  basement,  de-­ round   bales.   Horse   feed   required.   No   smoking,   no   tached   garage.   No   pets.   quality.  Stored  under  cov-­ pets.  802-­247-­0115. No  smoking.  lease,  deposit   er.  $125  /  ton  You  pick  up.   and   references   required.   BRISTOL   1   BEDROOM   $1000  /  mo.   plus   utilities.   Weybridge.  802-­388-­2011   or  802-­355-­3564. apartment.   Small,   $650  /   802-­475-­2263. month,   includes   heat.   No   HAY   FOR   SALE:   Small   pets,  no  smoking.  Available   WEST   ADDISON;   2   sto-­ square   bales.   First   cut   May  3.  Lease  and  Deposit   ry,   furnished   house   on   a n d   m u l c h .   D e l i v e r y   required.  802-­453-­7037. lakefront.   Washer,   dryer.   available.   Call   for   pric-­ No   smoking.   Available   BRISTOL   1   BEDROOM   September   through   May.   i n g .   8 0 2 -­ 4 5 3 -­ 4 4 8 1 ,   8 0 2 -­ 3 4 9 -­ 9 2 8 1 ,   o r   Apartment   upstairs.   No   860-­653-­8112. 802-­989-­1004. smoking   /   no   pets.   Par-­ ADDISON:   1   BEDROOM   1  Bath.  $1250  /  month  utili-­ ties  included.  First  months   rent  plus  security  deposit.   1   year   lease.   Available   April   1.   Contact   Karla   at   802-­377-­7445.

TWO-­  BAY  GARAGE,  de-­ posit,  references.  Middle-­ bury.  802-­558-­6092.

tially  furnished.   First   and   Last  months  rent  plus  $200   deposit.  Call  802-­453-­3118.

HAY  FOR  SALE;  first  and   second  cut.  Call  352-­4686. HAY:   FIRST   AND   SEC-­ OND  Cut.  Small  squares.   First   cut-­   big   squares.   4   x   5   r o u n d   b a l e s .   802-­759-­2015.

BRISTOL  2+3  BEDROOM   Mobile   homes   in   small   park.   All   appliances.   Call   802-­453-­4207. BRISTOL   LARGE   ONE   bedroom  apartment.  Walk-­ ing   distance   to   town.   No   pets.   No   smoking.   $700   /  month   and   utilities   and   deposit.  Call  802-­388-­0730.

PATZ  MODEL   3000   mix-­ er   and   steel   dump   box.   802-­453-­3870. SAWDUST;  STORED  AND   undercover.   Large   tan-­ dem   silage   truck   $600,   delivered.   Large   single   axle  dump  $250,  delivered.   Single   axle   dump   $185,   delivered.   Pick   up   also   available.   Phone   order   and  credit  cards  accepted.   802-­453-­2226.   Bagged   shavings   in   stock.   $5.50   per  bag.

BRISTOL  VILLAGE  1  Bed-­ room  apartment.  Water  in-­ cluded.  Gally  kitchen,  living   room,   bedroom,   full   bath,   porch,   storage   space.   Off   street  parking.  $700  /  month.   802-­989-­9796. BRISTOL,   2   BEDROOM,   1  bath  apartment.  Efficient   gas  heat.  No  pets  or  smok-­ ing.   Includes   water   and   sewer.  $850  /  mo.  plus  utili-­ ties.  802-­453-­4670. EAST  MIDDLEBURY  EF-­ FICIENCY  apartment.  Has   glassed-­in  porch  and  cov-­ ered   deck.   Includes   heat,   elec,   cable   service,   wi-­fi,   hot  water,  garbage  pick  up,   washer.  Credit  references.   First   month,   last   month,   and  damage  deposit.  $800.   No  smoking,  no  pets.  Call   388-­7880  late  afternoons.   Available  May  1. E A S T   M I D D L E B U RY;   1   bedroom   apartment,   kitchen  /  dining  room.  Porch.   Back  yard.  $650  /  mo.  Ref-­ erences.  Available  May  1.   802-­352-­4124. E F F I C I E N C Y   A PA R T-­ MENT  country  setting.  12   minutes   to   college.   $650   includes  all.  802-­989-­8124. MIDDLEBURY   1   BED-­ ROOM   apartment   near   downtown.   Appliances,   lease,  security  deposit.  No   pets.   Real-­Net   Manage-­ ment,  Inc.  802-­388-­4994. MIDDLEBURY   1   BED-­ ROOM  apartment.  Walk  to   town.  Private  backyard,  ga-­ rage  space.  $600  /  mo.  plus   utilities.  Call  802-­247-­3369. MIDDLEBURY   PRIVATE   SETTING:   1   bedroom   apartment   with   own   en-­ trance   and   parking.   Ap-­ pliances,   heat,   hot   water,   rubbish  and  snow  removal.   Available   May   1.   $900  /   month.  802-­388-­6131. MIDDLEBURY;   4   BED-­ ROOM   house,   2   bath.   Large   porch   and   garage.   $1500  /  month  plus  utilities.   Call  802-­247-­3369. MIDDLEBURY;  TWO  BED-­ ROOM  apartment.  Walk  to   town,  private  backyard,  ga-­ rage   space,   washer  /  dryer   hook-­up.   $1000  /  mo.   plus   utilities.  Call  802-­247-­3369.

Wood  Heat CORNWALL,   VT:   WELL   Seasoned  3â&#x20AC;?x5â&#x20AC;?  diameter,   16   inch   length   firewood.   Mostly   hardhack.   $300.   per  cord.  You  pick  up  $245   cash.  Get  it  while  it  lasts.   802-­462-­3313.

STANLEY  LIVESTOCK.   WE  pick  up  all  sizes  and   ages  of  cattle.  For  informa-­ tion   call   518-­321-­4946,   518-­692-­2760. WA N T E D :   T O   P U R -­ C H A S E   f r o m   o w n e r,   open   land,   20+   acres.   802-­558-­6092.

WHITNEYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S  CUSTOM   FARM   WORK   Pond   agi-­ tating,  liquid  manure  haul-­ FIREWOOD;  CUT,  SPLIT   ing,  mouldboard  plowing.   and   delivered.   Green   462-­2755,  John  Whitney. or   seasoned.   Call   Tom   Shepard,  802-­453-­4285.

Boats M O B I L E  F I R E W O O D   PROCESSING.  Equipment   12   FOOT   ALUMINUM   and   crew   for   hire   to   cut,   Boat  with  new  oars.  Ask-­ split   and   stack.   Reason-­ ing   $500.  Also,   a   19   foot   able  rates.  802-­  238-­7748. Glastrone   boat   with   V8   MOUNTAIN  ROAD  FIRE-­ and  new  tires  on  the  trailer.   WOOD:   50   cords   dry   Asking  $1500.  Please  call   hardwood   for   sale.   Call   802-­388-­7761. for  price.  802-­759-­2095. 1 2   F O O T   S A I L B O AT   NEXT   SEASONS   FIRE-­ Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Day  Widgeon,  excellent   WOOD.   All   hardwood.   condition,   all   the   equip-­ $250  /  cord;   cut,   split,   de-­ ment  and  trailer.  Call  Dan   livered.   802-­352-­1034,   at  388-­6723  or  388-­3452. 802-­349-­5457. STARCRAFT  1957  CLAS-­ SIC  14â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  aluminum  antique   boat.   Good   restoration   Real  Estate project,  or  use  as  is.  40hp   MIDDLEBURY;   INDUS-­ electric  start  Johnson,  runs   TRIAL   PARK.   Available   good.   Trailer,   new   rims,   2  acres,  lease  or  build  to   tires  and  ball  coupler.  Can   see   on   Craigâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   list   Pretty   suit.  802-­558-­6092. boat.   Great   potential.   $975.  OBO  802-­453-­4235. Animals AKC   LABRADOR   RE-­ TRIEVER  puppies.  Choco-­ lates   and   blacks   ready   April   27.   Health   guaran-­ tee,  age  appropriate  vac-­ cinations  and  de-­worming   done.   Parents   have   all   clearances  on  hips,  elbows   and   eyes.   Superb   family   companions,   obedience   dogs  and  hunt  dogs.  Bred   for   soundness,   tempera-­ ment,  type  and  train-­ability.   802-­349-­8706   or   email   tjlmlb99@yahoo.com.  Use   pup1200  in  subject  line.

Cars CADILLAC  DTS   2002   $5500.  Black,  300  HP,  V8,   one   owner,   new   brakes,   great  condition.  23.4  MPG  /   HW,  802-­388-­7611.  69,250   miles.

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ther  case   is   asked   to   contact     VSP   at   802-­388-­4919.   Information    can   also   be   submitted   anonymously    on-­ line   at   www.vtips.info   or   by    texting   â&#x20AC;&#x153;CRIMESâ&#x20AC;?   (274637)   to   Keyword:   VTIPS. In  other  recent  activity,  troopers:   Â&#x2021; 2Q 0DUFK  DW  SP UH-­ sponded   to   a   one-­car   crash   on    Main   Street  in  Whiting.  Police  said    a  2012   Nissan   Altima   driven   by   Evan   Au-­ guste,  20,  of  Great  Neck,    N.Y.,  left  the   roadway  due  to  poor    visibility  caused   by  the  rain  and    inattentiveness  of  the   driver.  The    passenger  sustained  minor   injures   and   was   transported   to   Porter     Medical   Center   for   evaluation.   The     vehicle   was   towed   from   the   scene.     Anyone  with  information  is  asked    to   contact  VSP. Â&#x2021; 2Q$SULODWSPUHVSRQGHGWR a   two-­vehicle   crash   on   Route   14    in   South  Royalton,  and    subsequently  cit-­ ed   Christopher     Magoon,   21,   of   Gos-­ KHQIRUGULYLQJXQGHUWKHLQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFH Â&#x2021; 2Q$SULODWSPUHVSRQG-­ ed   with  Vergennes   police   to     a   report   RIDIDPLO\ÂżJKWRQ7RZ3DWK/DQHLQ Ferrisburgh.  Further    investigation  led   to  the  arrest  of    Troy  Siple,  38,  of  Fer-­ risburgh;Íž    police  cited  him  for  domes-­ tic    assault   and   refusing   to   submit   to   DWHVWIRUGULYLQJXQGHUWKHLQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFH

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(second  offense). Â&#x2021; 2Q $SULO  DW DSSUR[LPDWHO\ 4    p.m.   responded   to   a   one-­vehi-­ cle    crash  on  Route  17  in  Addison.    Po-­ lice  said  the  driver  and  lone    occupant   RIWKH&KHY\7DKRHLGHQWLÂżHGDV 54-­year-­old  Heidi    Brousseau  of  Addi-­ son,   was     pronounced   dead   on   scene.     Brousseau   had   been   westbound   on     Route  17  when  her  SUV  left  the    road   and  crashed  into  some  trees.    The  ex-­ act  cause  of  her  death  and    the  accident   itself  are  under    investigation.  Alcohol   is  not    suspected  to  be  involved. Â&#x2021; 2Q$SULODWSPDSDVV-­ erby  reported  to  police  that  a    vehicle   had  crashed  into  a  tree  on  Big  Hollow   Road   in   Starksboro   and     nobody   was   with  the  truck.  Upon    arrival  the  troop-­ er  found  the  2000    Chevy  truck,  which   was   a   total    loss,   being   pulled   away   from   the    tree   by   a   tow   truck.   Police   said   they    found   that   the   owner   and   operator     was   James   Sprague,   23,   of   Starksboro.  Sprague  never  called    the   state   police   and   told   the   trooper    that   the  accident  occurred  at  9:40    p.m. The   trooper   said   that   Sprague    had   been   drinking   but   there   was   not     suf-­ ÂżFLHQW HYLGHQFH WR FKDUJH KLP ZLWK GULYLQJ XQGHU WKH LQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFH 6SUDJXH was  charged  with  careless    and  negli-­ gent  driving. Â&#x2021; 2Q$SULOEHJDQLQYHVWLJDWLQJD report  from  a  resident  of  River    Road   in   New   Haven   whose   garage    win-­ dows  had  been  shot  sometime    in  the   ODVW PRQWK ZLWK ZKDW SROLFH RIÂżFLDOV believe  to  be  an  Airsoft    BB  gun.  No   one   was   injured   during    the   incident.   Anyone  with    information  is  asked  to   contact    VSP. Â&#x2021; 2Q $SULO  DW  SP were    called   to   a   report   of   a   citizen     GLVSXWH RII 5RELQVRQ 5RDG LQ /LQ-­ coln.  Police  arrested  Gerald    Sanborn,  

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6$/,6%85< ² 7KH 6DOLVEXU\ Volunteer  Fire   Department   will   hold   a  pancake  breakfast  at  the  community   school  on  Sunday,  April  14,  from  8  to   11  a.m.  Tickets  are  available  from  de-­ partment  members  or  at  the  door. The  third  Family  Fun  Night  will  be   held  on  Friday,  April  12,  at  the  com-­ munity   school   beginning   at   6   p.m.  

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RI/LQFROQFLWHGKLPIRUVHFRQG degree  aggravated    domestic   assault   and  lodged  him  at    Chittenden  County   Correctional    Center. Â&#x2021; 2Q$SULODWSPUHFHLYHG a  report  of  a  fraud    perpetrated  against   a  New  Haven    resident.  Police  said  the   New    Haven  woman  was  told  to  send     money  to  pay  for  shipping  of  an    item   on  the  website  Craigslist;Íž  she    sent  the   money   via   Western   Union    and   was   told   to   send   more.   She     then   realized   it  was  a  fraud  and    contacted  the  state   police.   Troopers     continue   to   inves-­ tigate   and   ask     anyone   with   informa-­ tion   to   contact     them   at   388-­4919   or   submit    information   online   at    www. vtips.info   or   by   texting   â&#x20AC;&#x153;CRIMESâ&#x20AC;?   (274637)  to  Keyword:    VTIPS. Â&#x2021; 2Q$SULO  DW  SP VWRSSHG a   motor   vehicle   on   Route    22A   for   speeding.   The   trooper    reported   that   he  found  that  the    passenger  in  this  ve-­ KLFOHLGHQWLÂżHGDV\HDUROG'DQLHO Schechner  of    Shelburne,  was  in  pos-­ session  of  marijuana  and  hashish.  Po-­ lice  cited    Schechner  for  possession  of     marijuana. Â&#x2021; 2Q$SULODWSPUHVSRQG-­ ed  to  a  car  crash  on  Market    Road  in   Bridport   in   which   a     Mitsubishi   Mi-­ rage  was  totaled.    Police  said  the  driv-­ HU0HJDQ(+HGOH\RI/HLFHVWHU was   taken    to   Porter   Hospital   to   be   assessed   by    hospital   staff   and   then   transported    to   Fletcher   Allen   Health   Care  in    Burlington  for  further  analy-­ sis.    While  at  the  hospital,  police  cited   +HGOH\IRUGULYLQJXQGHUWKHLQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFH of  alcohol. Â&#x2021; 2Q $SULO  DW  SP FLW-­ HG \HDUROG )UDQN 0 /LEHUW\ IRU speeding.   Police   said   he   was     driving   93   mph   in   a   50   mph   zone    on   Route   116  in  Starksboro.

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driving  with   a   civilly   suspended   li-­ cense  and  ticketed  her  for  possession   of  drug  paraphernalia.   Â&#x2021; $WDQ$SULOWUDIÂżFVWRSDUUHVW-­ ed   Christopher   Provost,   41,   of   Fer-­ risburgh   on   an   outstanding   warrant   and   lodged   him   at   the   Chittenden   County  Correctional  Center. Â&#x2021; 2Q$SULOFLWHG0LFKHOOH&RXV-­ ino,   24,   of   New   Haven   for   driving   XQGHU WKH LQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFH RI DOFRKRO DIWHU stopping  her  car  for  defective  equip-­ ment  on  Route  7  in  Waltham.  Police   allege   her   blood-­alcohol   content   tested  at  0.091  percent;Íž  the  legal  lim-­ it  is  0.08. Â&#x2021; 2Q$SULOKHOSHG%ULVWROSROLFH with  a  drug  investigation.   Â&#x2021; 2Q$SULOFRQWDFWHGDZRPDQÂśV ex-­boyfriend   and   told   him   to   stop   making  harassing  phone  calls  to  her. Â&#x2021; 2Q$SULOUHFHLYHGDWLSDERXW illegal  drug  activity  in  the  Vergennes   area.   Â&#x2021; 2Q$SULOFKHFNHGRXWYDQGDO-­ ism   to   a   car   parked   behind   a   Main   Street   apartment   building;Íž   all   of   its   tires  were  punctured.  

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VERGENNES  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Vergennes   po-­ lice   recently   dealt   with   two   cases   involving  credit  and  debit  cards,  one   a  fraud  case  and  one  the  actual  theft   of  a  card. On  April  2,  Vergennes  police  were   told   by   a   Main   Street   resident   that   somebody   had   used   her   debit   card   number   to   make   purchases   in   Cali-­ IRUQLD 3ROLFH QRWLÂżHG WKH DWWRUQH\ JHQHUDOÂśVRIÂżFHDQGKHOSHGWKHZRP-­ DQÂżOORXWDUHSRUWWKDWVKHFRXOGXVH to  work  with  her  bank.   On  April  3,  another  woman  came   LQWR WKH RIÂżFH WR UHSRUW WKDW KHU credit   card   had   been   stolen,   along   with  its  PIN  number,  while  she  was   DWWKH&LW\/LPLWVQLJKWFOXEWKHHYH-­ ning   before.   Police   said   the   card   was   used   to   withdraw   about   $400   from   banks   in  Vergennes   and   Mid-­ dlebury,   and   that   the   case   is   under   investigation.   In  other  incidents  between  April  1   and  7,  Vergennes  police:   Â&#x2021; 2Q$SULO  WROG WKH RZQHU RI D car   parked   on   the   grass   strip   along   Panton  Road  to  move  it.  

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2003  JEEP   LIBERTY:   Green,  105,508  miles.  Re-­ cently  refurbished.  $3500   B E A G L E   P U P P I E S ,   NEW   HAVEN   1   Bedroom   OBO.  802-­349-­6874. apartment.  $830  /  month  ev-­ AKC   registered.   Born   erything   included.   Please   1-­25-­13.   Vet   checked.   First   shots   and   wormed.   call  802-­453-­3870. Trucks $300  each.  Parents  excel-­ RV,  BOAT  AND  HEATED   lent  hunters;  on  premises.   MOTORCYCLE   STOR-­ 802-­453-­4052. A G E   A v a i l a b l e .   C a l l   802-­453-­5563. 1998   FORD   RANGER   XLT,   super   cab,   white.   SELF-­STORAGE,   8X10   4x4,  4  liter  V-­6.  Automat-­ units.   Your   lock   and   key,   ic   transmission   102,500   $50  /  m onth.   Middlebury.   miles.   Inspected.   $3850.   802-­558-­6092. Call  802-­758-­2377  for  in-­ formation.

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Mary  Baron   and   friend   will   provide   the   music   for   contra   dancing   and   Chad  Chamberlain  will  be  the  caller.   No   experience   is   necessary,   bring   your  sneakers  and  have  fun.  Healthy   snacks   will   be   provided;Íž   a   free   will   donation  will  be  taken  at  the  door.  All   residents   are   invited,   please   call   the   school  at  352-­4291  to  let  them  know   how  many  are  coming. Monday  evening,  April  15,  will  be   D EXV\ RQH ÂżUVW WKH VFKRRO LV KRVW-­ ing  an  engineering  night  from  5:30  to   6:30  p.m.  and  at  7  p.m.  the  Salisbury   library   is   hosting   the   Dorothy   Can-­ ÂżHOG)LVKHUSURJUDPDWWKH&RQJUHJD-­ tional  church. During  the  engineering  night,  visi-­ tors  will  have  a  chance  to  view  proj-­ ects  created  by  the  students  and  then   everyone  will  have  an  opportunity  to   solve  an  engineering  challenge. The  library  program  will  have  He-­ OHQH/DQJSRUWUD\LQJ'RURWK\ÂśVOLIHLQ Vermont  and  as  an  author  who  wrote   PDQ\ ZRQGHUIXO QRYHOV FKLOGUHQÂśV ERRNVDQGQRQÂżFWLRQ &RQJUDWXODWLRQVWRDWHDPRIÂżUVW second-­   and   third-­graders   from   the   Salisbury  school  who  won  honorable   mention   in   the   national   ExploraVi-­ sion/NSTA   competition.   First-­grader   +XQWHU /OR\G VHFRQGJUDGHU $VODQ Peters,   and   third-­graders   Sophie   /DURFTXH DQG ,VDEHOOD 6PLWK FDOOHG their   project   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Color   Change   Bug   Sprayâ&#x20AC;?  and  tackled  the  problem  of  the   invasive   species   emerald   ash   borer   and  Asian  longhorn  beetle.  The  team   said   there   would   be   a   spray   devel-­ oped   that   could   be   put   on   the   trees   that  would  be  sensor  trees.  When  one   of  these  bugs  stepped  on  the  tree,  the   spray   would   detect   their   footprints   and   release   a   chemical   that   would   cause   the   bark   of   the   tree   to   change   to   a   bright   color   humans   could   see.   What   an   inventive   idea!   The   honor-­ able  mention  award  means  their  entry   was  in  the  top  10  percent  of  all  entries   received  in  the  contest.


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GREEN MOUNTAIN POWER PUBLIC NOTICE INTENT TO APPLY HERBICIDES

  Green  Mountain  Power  Corporation,  2152  Post  Rd.,  Rutland,  Vermont  05701  has  applied   for  a  permit  from  the  Vermont  Secretary  of  Agriculture  to  apply  herbicides.    All  herbicides   will  be  applied  by  ground-­based,  hand-­held  equipment.    This  notice  constitutes  a  warning   to  residents  along  the  right-­of-­way  that  water  supplies  and  other  environmentally  sensitive   areas   near   the   right-­of-­way   should   be   protected   from   spray   and   that   it   is   the   residentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   responsibility  to  notify  the  contact  person  of  the  existence  of  a  private  water  supply  near  the   right-­of-­way.    The  contact  person  at  GMP  is  Bertram  Stewart,  Transmission  Forester,  (802)   747-­5727,  or  1-­800-­547-­2877.    Further  information  may  also  be  obtained  from  Plant  Industry   Division,  Vermont  Agency  of  Agriculture,  116  State  Street,  Montpelier,  Vermont  05620-­2901,   telephone  (802)  828-­2431.    Operations  will  commence  on  or  about  May  27,  2013  using  one  or  more  of  the  following   herbicides:   Garlon   3A,   Garlon   4,   and   Garlon   4   Ultra   (triclopyr),   Escort   XP   (metsulfuron   methyl),   Krenite   S   (fosamine),   Polaris   (imazapyr),   Arsenal   Powerline   (imazapyr),   Rodeo   (glyphosate),  Streamline  (aminocyclopyrachlor)  &  Milestone  VM  (aminopyralid).    Maintenance  will  be  conducted  on  the  following  transmission  lines  in  the  following  towns: Town(s): Lines: Salisbury,  Leicester   Salisbury  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Brandon Salisbury,  Leicester Salisbury  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Leicester  Jct Salisbury,  Leicester Salisbury  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  VMOC  Tie Salisbury,  Middlebury Salisbury  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Quarry  Rd Middlebury Middlebury  Upper  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Middlebury  Lower Middlebury,  Weybridge Middlebury  Lower  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Weybridge New  Haven,  Bristol New  Haven  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Bristol Salisbury Salisbury  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Silver  Lake Middlebury Middlebury  Lower  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Quarry  Rd Weybridge,  New  Haven Weybridge  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  New  Haven West  Rutland,  Proctor,  Pittsford Florence  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Marble  St.   Pittsford,  Brandon,  Leicester,   Huntington  Falls  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Florence Salisbury,  Middlebury,  New  Haven West  Rutland,  Proctor Proctor  Tap Pittsford Omya  Tap 4/4,  11

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TOWN OF MIDDLEBURY LAWN MOWING BID 2013-­2014 INVITATION TO BID

TOWN OF BRIDPORT INVITATION TO BID ON BUILDING RENOVATION

ADDISON GRANDVIEW CEMETERY ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING

Sealed  competitive   bids   for   mowing   various  municipal  parks,  recreation  areas,   cemeteries,   pump   stations,   and   grounds   of   public   facilities   during   the   2013   and   2014  seasons  in  the  Town  of  Middlebury   will  be  opened  at  the  Town  of  Middlebury   Municipal   Building   on   Thursday,   April   18th,  2013  at  3pm. Information   for   Bidders   and   Bid   Forms   can   be   obtained   without   charge   at   the   Municipal   Building   at   94   Main   Street,   Middlebury,   VT   05753,   or   can   be   accessed   on   the   Townâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   webpage   at   ZZZPLGGOHEXU\JRYRIÂżFHFRP.     Please   contact   Beth   Dow   at   388-­8100x202   for   additional   information.     Bids   must   be   received  by  April  18th  to  be  considered  for   the  contract.

The  Town  of  Bridport  is  seeking  bids  for   the  renovation  of  its  about  22  foot  by  15   foot  Hearse  House  building.  Bidders  can   obtain   written   information   on   the   scope   of  the  work  without  charge  at  the  Bridport   7RZQ&OHUN¶V2I¿FH7HO1RDW &URZQ3RLQW5RDG32%R[%ULG SRUW97%LGVDUHWREHVXEPLWWHG WR WKH 7RZQ &OHUN¶V 2I¿FH E\ $SULO  7KH%LGVKRXOGEHLQDVHDOHGHQYH ORSHPDUNHG%ULGSRUW+HDUVH+RXVH5HQ ovation   Bid.   Interested   Bidders   can   con WDFW'DYLG%URQVRQ7HO1RDW 7RUUH\/DQH%ULGSRUW97IRU information.  The  Town  reserves  the  right   to  waive  any  irregularities  and  to  accept  or   reject  any  and  all  bids  as  is  deemed  to  be   in  the  best  interest  of  the  Town. 

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TOWN OF FERRISBURGH PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC NOTICE

     The   Town   of   Ferrisburgh   is   seeking   applicants   for   a   position   on   the   Planning   Commission.   The   requirements   of   the   position   are;͞   knowledge   of   the   town,   knowledge  of  the  town  plan,  knowledge  of   the  zoning  bylaws,  the  ability  to  work  with   the  planning  commission  and  the  applicants   and  the  ability  to  apply  the  town  plan  and   zoning  bylaws  to  individual  situations.  The   commission   meets   once   a   month   on   the   third   Wednesday;͞   the   meetings   are   about   two   hours   long.   The   town   is   currently   rewriting   its   plan   which   will   require   extra   work.   Training   is   available   throughout   the   year   through   various   workshops.   Submit   a   letter   of   interest   to   the   Selectboard   for   more   information   or   contact   a   planning   commission   member   or   Chester   Hawkins   at  877-­3429.            4/11,  18,  25

TOWN OF FERRISBURGH PUBLIC NOTICE

    The  Town  of  Ferrisburgh  is  looking  for  a   FOHDQLQJ SHUVRQ WR FOHDQ WKH 7RZQ 2I¿FH and   Community   Center   located   at   3279   Route   7.   For   more   information   please   contact  the  Town  Clerk  at  877-­3429.   4/11,  18,  25

VERGENNES UNION HIGH SCHOOL BOARD SPECIAL BOARD MEETING

 The  Vergennes  Union  High  School  Board   of  Directors  will  hold  a  SPECIAL  MEETING   on  Thursday,  April  11,  2013,  at  5:15P.M.  at   WKH$1:682I¿FH    The   purpose   of   this   meeting   is   to   adopt   and   sign   the   warning   for   the   proposed   Facilities  Repairs/Improvement  Bond  vote.                                                4/11

RIPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL EQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS AND PROPOSALS: ROOFING CONTRACTORS

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INTENT TO APPLY HERBICIDES PUBLIC NOTICE Selective Vegetation Control

    Green  Mountain  Power,  2152  Post  Road  Rutland,  Vermont  05701  

has  applied  for  a  permit  from  the  Vermont  Secretary  of  Agriculture   to   apply   herbicides.  All   herbicides   will   be   applied   selectively   to   cut   stumps,   or   stems   and   foliage.   This   notice   is   to   inform   residents   along  the  right-­of-­way  that  water  supplies  and  other  environmentally   sensitive   areas   near   the   right-­of-­way   should   be   protected   from   an   application.    It  is  residentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  responsibility  to  notify  the  contact  person   of  the  existence  of  a  private  water  supply  near  the  right-­of-­way.    The   contact   person   at   Green   Mountain   Power   is   Jarod   Wilcox,   Utility   Arborist   toll-­free   1-­800-­547-­2877.   Further   information   may   also   be   obtained  from  Plant  Industry  Division,  Vermont  Agency  of  Agriculture,   116  State  Street,  Montpelier,  VT  05602-­2901;Íž  (802)  828-­2431.              Operations  will  begin  on  or  about  May  13,  2013  using  the  following   herbicides:  GarlonÂŽ  4  Ultra,  KreniteÂŽ  S,  PolarisÂŽ,  ArsenalÂŽ,    GarlonÂŽ   4  Maintenance  involves  select  sections  of  GMP  distribution*  lines  in: ADDISON COUNTY:Addison,  Bridport,  Bristol,  Cornwall,  Ferrisburgh,   Goshen,   Granville,   Hancock,   Leicester,   Lincoln,   Middlebury,   Monkton,  New  Haven,  Orwell,  Panton,  Ripton,  Salisbury,  Shoreham,   Starksboro,  Weybridge,  Whiting. *Treatment  is  limited  to  select  areas  in  the  distribution  line  right-­of-­ way.  Distribution  lines  carry  electricity  from  electrical  substations  to   the  homes  and  businesses  of  customers.                                                                                                                              Green  Mountain  Power 2152  Post  Road  Rutland,  VT    05701 4/4    

 Meeting  will  be  held  at  the  Charles  Bemis   residence  on  Wednesday,  May  1,  2013  at   7PM.    All  lot  owners  and  interested  persons   are   encouraged   to   attend.     Election   of   RI¿FHUV DQG EXVLQHVV FRQFHUQLQJ WKH cemetery  will  be  held.    For  more  information   call  759-­2073. 4/11

TOWN OF FERRISBURGH PUBLIC NOTICE

 The   Town   of   Ferrisburgh   is   looking   for   volunteers  for  the  following  positions: Â&#x2021;GHOHJDWHVUHJLRQDOSODQQLQJ Â&#x2021;DOWHUQDWHVUHJLRQDOSODQQLQJ Â&#x2021;DOWHUQDWH7UDIÂżF$GYLVRU\&RPPLWWHH  5HJLRQDO 3ODQQLQJ PHHWV RQ WKH VHFRQG :HGQHVGD\ RI WKH PRQWK DW  SP DW WKH $&53& RIÂżFH DW  6HPLQDU\ 6WUHHW LQ0LGGOHEXU\)RUPRUHLQIRUPDWLRQSOHDVH FRQWDFWD6HOHFWERDUGPHPEHURUWKH7RZQ &OHUNDW            

ADDISON COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

Request for bids: Annual Lawn Care

The  Addison   County   Solid   Waste   Management  District  is  requesting  bids  for   general   lawn   care   at   the   District   Transfer   6WDWLRQ DQG 2I¿FH  5RXWH  6RXWK 0LGGOHEXU\ 97 IRU WKH  6SULQJ  )DOO VHDVRQ %LGV ZLOO EH DFFHSWHG XQWLO  SP RQ 7KXUVGD\$SULO    DW WKH 'LVWULFW2I¿FH%LGVVKRXOGEHVXEPLWWHGRQ DSHUPRZLQJHYHQWEDVLVSOXVRFFDVLRQDO ODQGVFDSLQJ DV QHHGHG $ VLWH YLVLW SULRU to   bidding   is   strongly   recommended.   Call   *DU\ +REEV 7UDQVIHU 6WDWLRQ 6XSHUYLVRU DW  IRU PRUH LQIRUPDWLRQ RU WR DUUDQJHDVLWHYLVLW  

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TOWN OF WALTHAM

  The  Select  board  seeks  bids  for  an  audit   for   the   year   2012.   Duties   include   auditing   the   town   accounts   for   the   period   1-­1-­ 2012   to   12-­31-­2012.   The   bids   should   be   submitted   to   the   Waltham   Town   Clerk   by   May  6th  2013.                            4/11

2013 PUBLIC NOTICE HERBICIDE SPRAYING

The  Towns  of  Addison,  Bridport,   Cornwall,  Rochester,  Shoreham, and  Starksboro

The  above   mentioned   municipalities   have  each  requested  from  the  Secretary   of   the   Agency   of   Agriculture,   Food   and   Markets   a   permit   to   apply   the   following   herbicides:   Garlon   4   ultra   (Triclopyr),   Oust   Extra   (Sulfometuron)   and     Rodeo   (glyphosate)   to   control   unwanted   vegetation   along   town   owned   highways.   Selective   spray   operations   will   start   approximately   May   20,   2013.   The   DSSOLFDWLRQV ZLOO EH PDGH E\ FHUWLÂżHG pesticide   applicators   using   mechanically   controlled   equipment   and   hand   control   methods.   Residents   along   the   right-­of-­ way   are   encouraged   to   protect   sensitive   environmental   areas,   organic   farm   land   and   water   supplies   from   spray.   It   is   the   residentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   responsibility   to   notify   the   town  of  the  existence  of  these  situations   adjacent  to  the  town  right-­of-­way.  Citizens   wishing   to   inform   the   town   are   urged   to   contact   the   contact   person   for   their   respective   town   as   follows:   Addison-­   Bryan   Nolan   759-­2570,   Bridport-­   Dusty   Huestis  758-­2113    Cornwall-­  Stu  Johnson   462-­2752,  Rochester-­  Dan  Gendron  767-­ 4732,   Shoreham-­   Jason   Paquette   897-­ 5451,    Starksboro  -­  Tom  Estey  453-­2319,     The   appropriate   place   to   contact   with   comments,   other   than   the   towns   is   the   Agency  of  Agriculture,  Food  and  Markets,   Agriculture   Resource   Management   and   Environmental   Stewardship,   116   State   Street,   Montpelier,   VT   05602,   telephone   802-­828-­2431.   Their   link   Web   page   that   would   describe   the   townâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   spray   permit   request   can   be   found   at   www. VermontAgriculture.com

TOWN OF BRISTOL PUBLIC NOTICE FIRE FACILITY PUBLIC PLANNING SESSIONS SATURDAY,  APRIL  20  and  SATURDAY,  MAY  4

    The  Bristol  Selectboard  and  Fire  Facility  Committee  will  hold  two  meetings  to  seek  ideas   and  suggestions  from  the  public  regarding  the  siting  of  an  updated  Fire  Department  facility   for  the  community.    These  meetings  will  be  held  on  Saturday,  April  20,  2013  and  Saturday,   May   4,   2013.     Both   meetings   will   take   place   at   the  American   Legion   on  Airport   Road   in   Bristol  and  will  begin  at  9:00  a.m.  and  conclude  no  later  than  noon.    Both  meetings  will  be   facilitated  by  Adam  Lougee,  Executive  Director  of  the  Addison  County  Regional  Planning   Commission.    The  general  topic  areas  to  be  covered  during  these  public  planning  sessions   will  include  the  following: 1).  Discussion  about  the  need  for  updating  current  Fire  Department  facilities.    Thoughts  and   concerns  about  the  recent  facility  bond  vote  and  public  planning  process.  ,GHQWL¿FDWLRQRIUHOHYDQWFULWHULDIRUHYDOXDWLQJSRVVLEOHVLWHVIRUORFDWLQJ¿UHIDFLOLWLHV  ,GHQWL¿FDWLRQRISRVVLEOHVLWHVWREHFRQVLGHUHGIRUORFDWLQJIXWXUH¿UHIDFLOLWLHV  'LVFXVVLRQDERXWIXWXUHXVHRIWKHFXUUHQW1RUWK6WUHHW¿UHIDFLOLW\SURSHUW\    Citizens  interested  in  the  future  location  and  related  planning  for  facilities  for  the  Bristol  Fire   Department  are  encouraged  to  attend  these  meetings.    Written  suggestions  and  comments   are  also  welcome  and  may  be  submitted  to  the  Fire  Facility  Committee  at  the  Bristol  Town   2I¿FHV E\ PDLO WR 32 %R[  %ULVWRO 97  RU E\ HPDLO WR7RZQ$GPLQLVWUDWRU %LOO Bryant  at  wbryant@madriver.net. 3OHDVHFRQWDFW%LOO%U\DQWDWLI\RXKDYHDQ\TXHVWLRQVDERXWWKHSXEOLFSODQQLQJ process. 4/11 PROBATE  COURT DOCKET  NO.  15795

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STATE  OF  VERMONT DISTRICT  OF  ADDISON,  SS.

STATE  OF  VERMONT DISTRICT  OF  ADDISON,  SS.

IN  RE  THE  ESTATE  OF PAMELA  COYLE LATE  OF  FERRISBURGH,  VERMONT  

IN  RE  THE  ESTATE  OF VIRGINIA  M.  SHAHAN LATE  OF  LEICESTER,  VERMONT  

NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS To   the   creditors   of   the   estate   of   Pamela   Coyle  late  of  Ferrisburgh,  Vermont. I   have   been   appointed   a   personal   representative   of   the   above   named   estate.   All  creditors  having  claims  against  the  estate   must   present   their   claims   in   writing   within   4   PRQWKVRIWKHGDWHRIWKH¿UVWSXEOLFDWLRQRI this   notice.  The   claim   must   be   presented   to   me  at  the  address  listed  below,  with  a  copy   ¿OHG ZLWK WKH UHJLVWHU RI WKH 3UREDWH &RXUW The   claim   will   be   forever   barred   if   it   is   not   presented  as  described  above  within  the  four   month  deadline. Dated:  April  2,  2013 Jaimeelyn  Gaboriault 3124  Shellhouse  Mountain  Road Ferrisburgh,  VT  05456 (802)  870-­7135

NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS To  the  creditors  of  the  estate  of  Virginia  M.   Shahan  late  of  Leicester,  Vermont. I   have   been   appointed   a   personal   representative   of   the   above   named   estate.   All  creditors  having  claims  against  the  estate   must   present   their   claims   in   writing   within   4   PRQWKVRIWKHGDWHRIWKH¿UVWSXEOLFDWLRQRI this   notice.  The   claim   must   be   presented   to   me  at  the  address  listed  below,  with  a  copy   ¿OHG ZLWK WKH UHJLVWHU RI WKH 3UREDWH &RXUW The   claim   will   be   forever   barred   if   it   is   not   presented  as  described  above  within  the  four   month  deadline. Dated:  March  28,  2013 Marianne  S.  Laroche,  Executor c/o  Anthony  R.  Duprey,  Esq. 1HXVH'XSUH\ 3XWQDP3& 2QH&URVV6W Middlebury,  VT  05753

Name  of  Publication:  Addison  Independent Publication  Date:  April  11,  2013 Address  of  Probate  Court:  Addison  Probate   Court,   7   Mahady   Court,   Middlebury,   VT   05753 4/11

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PAGE  12B  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Addison  Independent,  Thursday,  April  11,  2013

Incidents  keep  Bristol  police  busy BRISTOL  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Bristol  Police  Chief   Kevin  Gibbs  joined  with  Vergennes   Police   Chief   George   Merkel   on   March   29   to   speak   at   a   student   assembly   at   Vergennes   Union   High   School.  Mount  Abraham  Union  High   School  students  were  transported  to   VUHS  for  the  substance/healthy  life   choices  group  presentation. Meanwhile,   students   from   Vergennes   Union   Middle   School   were  transported  to  MAUHS,  where   they  and  Mount  Abe  middle  school-­ ers   listened   to   a   presentation   on   bullying.   While   at   the   presentation   at   VUHS,   Gibbs   and   school   staff   assisted   Vergennes   Area   Rescue   Squad   with   a   female   student   who   collapsed   during   the   event.   She   was   transported   by  VARS   to   Porter   Hospital  for  examination. In   other   recent   activity,   Bristol   police: Â&#x2021; $W  SP RQ 0DUFK  took  a  truant  male  student  to  Mount   Abraham  Union  High  School. Â&#x2021; 2Q0DUFKDWWKHUHTXHVWRI a   citizen   and   following   discussion   by   the   selectboard,   checked   Notch   Road  for  speeders.  Police  performed   DQRWKHU FKHFN RQ 0DUFK  DQG stopped  one  vehicle. Â&#x2021; 2Q 0DUFK  DW  SP received   a   report   from   a   resident   WKDW KLV \HDUROG VRQ IDLOHG WR come  home  from  school.  The  father   said  he  had  searched  the  village  and   checked  friendsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  houses.  Family  and   police   continued   to   search;Íž   the   boy   was  found  on  South  Street  near  the   bridge  playing  in  the  woods. Â&#x2021; 2Q 0DUFK  DW  SP D resident   reported   a   former   â&#x20AC;&#x153;female   acquaintanceâ&#x20AC;?   of   her   son   had   entered   his   residence   and   climbed   into   bed   with   him   while   he   was   sleeping.   She   reported   her   son   was   very  upset.  When  police  located  the   female  acquaintance  she  denied  any   involvement.  The  complainantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  son   declined   to   complete   a   statement   and  wanted  no  other  action  taken. Â&#x2021; $WSPRQ0DUFKKHOSHG MAUHS   staff   return   a   student   to   school,   and   spoke   with   the   student   about   the   dangers   of   running   from   school. Â&#x2021; 2Q 0DUFK  DW  SP D West  Pleasant  Street  resident  called   to  report  he  had  received  a  threaten-­ ing   phone   call.   He   reported   a   male   subject   called   looking   for   personal   property  belonging  to  the  complain-­ antâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   former   female   acquaintance.   When   advised   he   did   not   have   the   property   the   caller   threatened   to   come   to   the   complainantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   house   and   harm   him.   The   threat   was   not   carried   out   and   the   identity   of   the   caller  is  not  yet  known. Â&#x2021; 2Q 0DUFK  JDYH LQVWUXFWLRQ WRPXQLFLSDORIÂżFHSHUVRQQHOLQWKH setup   and   use   of   a   portable   genera-­ WRUZKLFKLVDWWKHPXQLFLSDORIÂżFHV for  power  outages  and  emergencies. Â&#x2021; $W  DP RQ 0DUFK  received   a   report   from   a   Bristol   woman   of   aggressive   driving   by   a  

male  juvenile.   The   juvenile   report-­ edly   followed   the   woman   too   closely   and   repeatedly   sounded   his   horn.  The  juvenile  will  be  warned. Â&#x2021; 2Q 0DUFK  DW DSSUR[L-­ PDWHO\  DP DUUHVWHG %DUUHWW Donald   LaRose,   29,   of   Starksboro   at   his   residence   on   an   outstanding   arrest   warrant   for   failure   to   appear   in   Addison   Superior   Court   for   charges   related   to   a   false   pretenses   charge.   Bristol   police   were   assisted   by   the   Addison   County   Sheriffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Department. Â&#x2021; 2Q 0DUFK  DW DSSUR[LPDWHO\  SP UHFHLYHG DQ DQRQ\PRXV complaint  of  a  male  subject  shouting   obscenities  while  walking  on  North   Street.  The  male  subject  was  located   DQGQRWLÂżHGRIWKHFRPSODLQW Â&#x2021; 2Q 0DUFK  DW  SP stopped   a   car   driven   by   Heather   .DQG]LRU  IRU VHYHUDO YLRODWLRQV and  cited  her  for  a  criminal  count  of   driving  with  a  suspended  license. Â&#x2021; 2Q 0DUFK  DW  SP responded   to   Munsill  Avenue   for   a   UHSRUWHG IDPLO\ ÂżJKW EXW IRXQG DOO was  quiet.

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For  all  to  see GEORGE  JAEGER  OF  New  Haven  hangs  one  of  10  paintings  he  recently  donated  to  Porter  Hospital.  The   paintings,  which  now  hang  in  the  Collins  Building  at  Porter,  were  all  made  by  Jaegerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  father,  Frederick   Jaeger,  a  Viennese  artist  who  came  to  America  after  the  annexation  of  Austria  by  Hitlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Germany. Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell

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Addison  Independent,  Thursday,  April  11,  2013  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  PAGE  13B

Real Estate NOTICE FROM REALTORS

Vermont: Greater Burlington, Fairlee, Londonderry, Lyndonville, Manchester, Middlebury, Norwich, Rutland, St. Albans, St. Johnsbury, Vergennes, Woodstock New Hampshire: Hanover, West Lebanon VERGENNES Cozy three bedroom house on a nice city lot with mature trees. Double living room with fireplace and hardwood floors. Screened porch off of kitchen, walk-out basement. $179,900 MLS 4227313

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THE  ADDISON  COUNTY   BOARD   OF   REALTORS   wishes   to   inform   the   public   that      not    all  Brokers  of    real   estate  are  REALTORS...  Only   TXDOL¿HG 5HDOWRUV PD\ XVH this   term.     It   is   a   registered   trademark.   Realtors   must   abide  by  a  strict  code  of  eth-­ ics,  take  continuing  education   and   attend   local   monthly   meetings,   annual   state   con-­ ferences,  and  yearly  national   conferences,   hence   making   them   better   informed   on   all   aspects  of  real  estate.    Your   REALTOR  appreciates  your   business.

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VERGENNES Located in a park, this neat as a pin home is ready for you to make it your own. Recent improvements including flooring, paint and water heater. $33,900 MLS 4226464

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MONKTON Year â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;round camp used as primary residence with bright, cheery kitchen, open living area, lots of windows, nice exterior space with gardens, shed, patio and views. $119,500 MLS 4227486

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LINCOLN Immaculate Greek Revival-style New England Farmhouse with covered front porch sited on hilltop meadow overlooking the village. Underground utilities, greenhouse, theater. $424,000 MLS 4227572

BRANDON â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Always  wanted   to   open   a   little   business   in   a   cute   VT   town?   Perhaps   your   own   studio?   Hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   your   opportunity   to   have   over   2000  sq.  ft.  of  space  in  the  heart  of  the  Brandon   shopping  district  and  live  upstairs  in  a  luxury  3-­BR   apartment.  Walk  to  everything  in  town. Over   2000   sq.   ft.   of   selling   space,   which   is   currently   divided   into   two   spaces,   with   great   visibility   and   parking.   Easy   drive   to   great   skiing;   bike  to  rural  roads;  Lake  Dunmore  is  nearby.  The   apartment  is  a  â&#x20AC;&#x153;lock  â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;n  goâ&#x20AC;?  so  perfect  for  a  second   home.  

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Perfect opportunity to have a new home in a great Middlebury neighborhood. Build-to-suit options available - just pick out a lot!  Lot prices range from $79,500-$155,000 MLS#s 4204074 & 4204111

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SOUTH RIDGE NEIGHBORHOOD

 L BRIDPORT MINI FARM â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Imagine   your   own   private   domain   off   the   beaten   track   yet   just   15   minutes  from  Middlebury  and  only  minutes  from   Lake   Champlain   with   20   usable   level   acres.   Spacious  4  bedroom  Gambrel  Colonial  including   an  attached  In-­Law  apartment  and  many  recent   improvements.     Currently   set   up   for   horses,   with  riding  rink,  fenced  in  pastures,  and  a  6  stall   40x80  barn  but  easily  adapted  to  other  animals.     Amenities   include   two   propane   stoves,   sun   URRPWZRFDUJDUDJHZLWKÂżQLVKHGERQXVURRP Middlebury  middle  and  high  school.    All  this  for  an   affordable  price  of    

CORNWALL

A lovely little cape located in charming Cornwall. Recently renovated, new windows, 3 bedrooms, hardwood floors & large 3 season porch w/ views of the Green Mtns. Great location for quick trips into Middlebury, excellent for running, biking & walking. $240,000 MLS#4223677

MIDDLEBURY â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Built  in   2005,   this   modern   log   home   sits   on   a   quiet,   peaceful   3-­acre   lot   just   minutes   from   downtown.   Ride   your   bike   to   work   or   school.   Easy   walk   to   the   grocery   store.   The   RSHQRQHVWRU\OD\RXWIHDWXUHVKDUGZRRGĂ&#x20AC;RRUV vaulted   ceiling,   master   bedroom   with   walk-­in   closet,  enormous  storage  space  in  basement,  and   lovely   south-­facing   deck   for   outdoor   enjoyment.   The  3  acres  has  all  kinds  of  potential  for  expanded   gardens   or   outdoor   adventures   for   the   junior   explorers  in  the  family.  

For More Information on These and Other Properties, Scan the QR Code on the Right with Your Smart Phone

Lang McLaughry Middlebury

Middlebury Office 66 Court Street

Middlebury, Vermont 05753 802-388-1000 800-856-7585 802-388-7115 (fax)

Vergennes Office

268 Main Street Vergennes, Vermont 05491 802-877-3232 800-577-3232 802-877-2227 (fax)

www.LMSRE.com

Middlebury â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  (QHUJ\ HIÂżFLHQW QHZHU FDSH LQ central  downtown  location  with  views  across  Frog   Hollow   to   the   Falls   and   Battell   Bridge.     Three   EHGURRPVĂ­EDWKVKDUGZRRGĂ&#x20AC;RRUVDQGDWZR FDUJDUDJH2SHQĂ&#x20AC;RRUSODQZLWKÂżUVWĂ&#x20AC;RRUPDVWHU suite,  covered  front  porch  and  walking  distance  to   all  downtown  has  to  offer.    

SHOREHAM

Great Main Street exposure, plenty of parking for apartment occupants & office workers. Walking distance to school & town offices. Well maintained & well appointed, investment or owner occupied. Priced below recent appraisal & town assessment, this property is a great value. $239,000 MLS# 4090749

ORWELL

Ready to move right in! This custom built four bedroom home on 10 acres includes a four stall horse barn, two additional outbuildings, and fenced in pasture; all with gorgeous views of the Green Mountains! $378,000 MLS# 4213028

Buy the house of your dreams

MIDDLEBURY â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Hillside   ranch   that   includes   3   lots   (house   lot   plus   two   adjoining   for   a   total   of   4.26   acres).   The   3-­BR   home   has   living   space   predominantly   on   one   level.   Family   room   with   ÂżUHSODFHRQORZHUOHYHODORQJZLWKDRQHEHGURRP LQODZ DSDUWPHQW +DUGZRRG Ă&#x20AC;RRUV WKURXJKRXW$ quiet  setting  but  10    minutes  from  town.      

read the Addison Independent twice a week!

)RUPRUHGHWDLOVRQWKHVHDQGRWKHUĂ&#x20AC;QHKRPHV view the online photo album at www.BillBeck.com

www.middvermontrealestate.com

SUDBURY Wonderful log home with spacious front lawn with 53.4 +/- acres already subdivided and 2nd well drilled. Wide open floor plan, floor to ceiling stove fireplace, vaulted ceilings. $459,900 MLS 4214584

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Love this house! Quiet location, excellent condition & perfect layout for family, friends & entertaining! This 3 bedroom home on 5 +/- acres w/ pond, large deck & fire pit is minutes to town. Catch a game at the college, a round of golf & a trip to the farmers market & return to a comfortable, quiet home! $700,000 MLS#42245597

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BRIDPORT Year â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;round Lake Champlainfront home priced under recent appraisal. Adirondack feel with open living spaces, large kitchen, dining and living areas. Stabilized lake frontage. $399,000 MLS 4227228

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Check  the  Real  Estate pages  twice  a  week in  the  Addison  Independent.

Ingrid Punderson Jackson Real Estate 44 Main Street Middlebury, VT 05753 802-388-4242

CORNWALL Classic Vermont Farmhouse on 23 +/- acres with very nice views of the Adirondacks. Newer kitchen with quartz counters, tile floor & radiant heat. Garage, shed, barn. $324,900 MLS 4226795

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Bill Beck Real Estate 802-388-7983


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Meet Gary  Russell  –

Greg's Produce   Department  Manager "I'm    proud  of  my  30  years   in  the  produce  business.   My  job  is  to  bring  our  customers   the  best  quality  produce,  at  the   best  possible  price.  It  doesn't  go   on  Greg's  shelves  until   I  approve  it."  

Always Fresh! 5LB. BAG RED

Grapefruit

$

$

49

89 FRESH

5LB. BAG

Broccoli Bunches

Onions

39¢

249

3

$

lb.

BRAEBURN

2/$

BRAEBURN

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Apples

1

1

2

49

Green Cabbage

$

Grapes

Oranges

3

$

Tomatoes

Pears

1

$

29 lb.

1

19

$

lb.

89 lb.

1LB. PKG. FRESH

Strawberries

5

2/$

GROWER'S PRIDE

Orange Juice

5.99

kids club Helping kids  get  through grocery  shopping one  cookie  at  a  time.

10

24OZ. CABOT

Cheddar Slices

Cottage Cheese

5

Sign up  and  grab  a  cookie or  banana  to  make shopping  a  little  smoother.

5

2/$

2/$

For children  up  to  age  12.  Child  must  be  present.  One  use  per  day   per  customer.  Must  present  card  at  register.

16OZ. GREEN MOUNTAIN

GREEN MOUNTAIN

Gringo Salsa

Gringo Strips

5

299

2/$

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highest quality  meat  for  our  customers! USDA BONELESS

25.5OZ. FILIPPO BERIO

Olive Oil

599

$

Bulk & Case Pricing Buy BIG – Save BIG See store for details.

USDA BEEF CHUCK BONE-IN

Top Round Steak

USDA LOIN BONELESS

599

Cookies

Pasta

5

5

2/$

4/$

9OZ. KEN'S

Dressing

3

2/$

USDA FRESH BONELESS PORK

USDA FRESH WHOLE BONELESS

Sirloin Chops or Roasts

Pork Tenderloin

199

399

$

lb.

299

$

48OZ. BREYERS

199

$

lb.

Drumsticks & Thighs

399

3LB. BOX. GREAT AMERICAN

20OZ. PKG. KAYEM

Hamburg Patties

Bratwurst

999

129

$

Sausage Links

5

5/$

$

1LB. PKG. BAR-S JUMBO

HILLSHIRE FARMS

Polska Links Regular or   Cheddar

6

2/$

USDA FRESH WHOLE BONELESS CENTER CUT

Meat Franks

Family Packs 5-­11  lbs. USDA BONE-IN SPLIT

USDA FRESH BONE-IN COUNTRY STYLE PORK

Chicken Breasts

Pork Loins

5

5/$

USDA BEEF BONELESS TOP ROUND

Spareribs

London Broil

9-11 lb. avg. cut to order no extra charge

199 $149

$

lb.

149 $299

$

lb.

lb.

lb.

We serve  great  hot  lunches,   sandwiches  and  soups! MCKENZIE BLACK FOREST

Pastrami

639

849

$

TURKEY

Ham

Roast Beef

$

lb.

LAND-O-LAKES

349

$

lb.

lb.

Turkey

749

$

lb.

Mon-­Fri    Ham  Salad,  Egg  Salad,Turkey  Salad  Sandwich Daily Sandwich Tues    Sliced  Ham,  Sliced  Turkey  Sandwich $ 29* + tax Specials Wed    Chicken  Salad  Sandwich *Comes with Sandwich, Chips and a Drink.

4

Thurs Sliced  Roast  Beef,  Smoked  Turkey  Sandwich Fri      Tuna  Sandwich

7 GREG'S SANDWICH LOVER'S CARD BUY 9 SANDWICHES, GET A FREE 6" GRINDER

Please check out our discontinued wines prices to reduce inventory

lb.

MCKENZIE HICKORY SMOKED

2/$

WINE CLEARANCE SALE

lb.

6.4OZ. PKG. ASST. BANQUET BROWN & SERVE

399

$

lb.

MOUNTAIRE CHICKEN

$

pkg.

449

Ice Cream

Chicken Breasts

Ground Turkey

499

lb.

FRESH HOUSE OF RAEFORD BONELESS SKINLESS

20OZ. PKG. SHADY BROOK FARMS FRESH

1LB. OSCAR MAYER

Sliced Bacon

$

ORE-IDA

219

$

lb.

American Cheese

Potatoes

Pork Chops

169

$

lb.

lb.

USDA FRESH BONE-IN CENTER CUT

Spareribs

MCKENZIE ALL NATURAL 15.5OZ. BEST YET TWIST TOP

1LB. BARILLA

799

$

lb.

USDA FRESH BONE-IN COUNTRY STYLE PORK

Sirloin Tips

$

NY Strip Steak

499

$

lb.

$

USDA LOIN BONELESS

Shortribs

349

$

6.99

Greg's Meat  Market's

10/$

8OZ. CABOT

.99* 2.40* 2.69 .49 2.99 2.99 2.99* 1.99* 8.99 2.99

– because  at  Greg's  we  believe  in  the  

$

Yogurts

5

Best Yet Bread (20 oz) Best Yet Sugar (5 lb) Jif Peanut Butter (18 oz) Bananas (per pound) Potatoes (10 lb) Whole Milk (gallon) Genoa Brand Sausage Best Yet French Fries Cabot Cheddar (2 lb) Cabot Butter (1 lb) McKenzie Oil Braised Turkey (per lb.)

Major Grocery Store 1.50 2.69 3.49 .69 5.49 3.74 4.99 2.19 10.49 3.49

* for comparision purposes

6OZ. CHOBANI

2/$

Gregs

GREEN SEEDLESS

4LB. BAG CAL. NAVEL

All Fresh  USDA!

Cannot be  combined with  any  other  offer  or  discount EXPIRES  12/31/13

Thursday, April 11, 2013. Section B  

Addison Independent newspaper

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