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ADDISON COUNTY INDEPENDENT

B Section

THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY  7,  2013

ANDY KIRKALDY

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Extra  thoughts   on  Sunday’s   Super  broadcast Call  this  the  Super  Bowl  leftovers   column.   I   don’t   mean   the   quesadil-­ las   and   guacamole   I   pulled   out   of   the  Kenmore  for  Monday  lunch,  but   a   few   random   afterthoughts   about   WKHJDPHDQGEURDGFDVW,I,ÂżQGP\ writing   momentum   stalling,   I’ll   go   into  a  dark  room  for  half  an  hour  and   try  to  regroup. Let’s   start   with   the   main   event.   Few  of  the  Super   Bowl   commer-­ cials   lived   up   to   the   hype.   Min-­ nesotans   talking   Jamaican   patois   was   insulting.   Old   folks   party-­ ing?   Was   this   original,   or   was   it   a   “Cocoonâ€?   re-­ make?  And  although  I’m  sure  many   fellow   geeks   dreamed   of   changing   places  with  the  guy  on  the  godaddy. com  ad,  I  sure  didn’t  want  to  watch. But   listening   to   Paul   Harvey’s   paean  to  farmers  set  against  a  back-­ drop  of  still  images?  That  was  pretty   cool,   especially   because   I   recently   interviewed  a  farmer  who  does  most   of  that  stuff  Harvey  talked  about  and   really   has   been   on   the   town   school   board  for  years  (and  now  the  select-­ board,  too).   Secondly,   the   halftime   show   hit   the  mark.  BeyoncĂŠ  showed  plenty  of   energy  and  actually  sang,  “Crazy  in   Loveâ€?  is  a  great  tune,  and  the  multi-­ ple  images  were  fun.  I  liked  U-­2  and   Springsteen’s   Super   Bowl   perfor-­ mances  better,  but  Mrs.  Carter  rated   a  solid  B+.   The   funny   stuff   came   afterward:   People   actually   complained   Beyon-­ cÊ’s  performance  and  costume  were   too   “risquĂŠ.â€?   One   poll   on   nbcnews. com   was   running   51-­49   toward   the   too-­racy  tilt  on  Tuesday.  I’m  assum-­ ing   the   digital   equivalent   of   ballot-­ ER[VWXIÂżQJZDVDWZRUNEXWVWLOO One   question:   Do   any   of   these   people  ever  watch  NFL  broadcasts?   You  know,  the  ones  where  the  cam-­ era   constantly   shows   the   scantily   clad  cheerleaders?  At  least  BeyoncĂŠ   has  demonstrable  talent.  More  pow-­ er  to  her. Third,   there   were   the   announc-­ ers.   Sadly.   As   usual,   I   avoided   all   shows   before   the   game   (Typical   sample:   “You   know,   Dan,   the   team   that   is   better   prepared   will   win.â€?),   (See  Kirkaldy,  Page  4B)

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Tiger  girls  work   OT  to  nip  VUHS Commodore  rally  comes  up  just  short By  ANDY  KIRKALDY   VERGENNES   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   In   a   Monday   girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  basketball  game  between  two   teams  in  search  of  wins  this  season   and   that   saw   three   lead   changes   in   RYHUWLPHYLVLWLQJ0LGGOHEXU\ÂżQDO-­ ly  walked  off  with  a  dramatic  47-­43   decision  over  Vergennes.   Senior   guard   Tiffany   Danyow   shrugged   off   an   injury   suffered   late   in   regulation   to   score   six   of  

her  game-­high  13  points  in  OT  for   the   3-­9   Tigers,   including   two   free   throws  at  0:51  that  gave  MUHS  the   lead  for  good  at  44-­43.   Senior   center   Erin   Connor   chipped   in   twice   in   OT   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   by   lay-­ ing  in  a  loose  ball  and  blocking  the   Commodoresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   potentially   game-­ tying   layup.   Junior   forward   Julia   Cluss   then   iced   the   win   with   two   free  throws.

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Those  efforts  thwarted  a  remark-­ able   VUHS   comeback.   The   2-­11   Commodores   trailed   by   16-­0   early   in   the   second   quarter,   never   led   in   regulation,   and   closed   the   fourth   TXDUWHU ZLWK D  UXQ LQ WKH ¿QDO 1:32  to  tie  the  game  at  37-­37. In   that   surge,   VUHS   senior   for-­ ward   Cat   Chaput   sank   two   jump-­ ers,  junior  Ruby  Dombek  scored  on   a  well-­run  inbounds  play,  and  after  

MUHS  sophomore  Lejla  Mahmuljin   had   hit   two   clutch   free   throws   to   make   it   37-­34,   VUHS   junior   Tay-­ lor   Paquette   swished   a   game-­tying   three-­pointer  at  0:30.   98+6WRRNLWVÂżUVWOHDGRQD3D-­ quette  free  throw  1:36  into  OT.  But   Danyow  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  who  hit  the  bench  at  2:31   of   regulation   after   colliding   with   two  Commodores  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  re-­entered  and   drove  for  a  three-­point  play  at  2:14  

Middlebury  men  improve  to  20-­1

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Tigers  host  wrestlers   as  state  meet  nears By  ANDY  KIRKALDY MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Middle-­ bury   Union   High   School   wrestling   team  on  Tuesday  hosted  a  four-­way   meet   with   Vergennes,   Mount  Abra-­ ham   and   North   Country   that   served   as   a   late-­season   tune-­up   with   the   state   championship   event   looming   at  Vergennes  Union  High  School  on   Feb.  22  and  23.   All   three   of   the   county   coaches  

have  wrestlers  they  believe  can  reach   the   podium   in   Vergennes,   many   of   whom   had   a   chance   to   show   their   stuff  in  the  dozen  matches  that  were   contested  on  Tuesday.   First-­year   coach   Ethan   Raymond   saw   his   MUHS   team   sweep   the   dual   meets,   26-­22   over   VUHS,   41-­ 24   over   Mount  Abe,   and   41-­0   over   NCU,   including   the   many   forfeited   (See  Wrestling,  Page  4B)

Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  hockey  wins  twice   to  move  into  second  place By  ANDY  KIRKALDY MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Middle-­ bury  College  menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  hockey  team  won   two  home  NESCAC  games  this  past   weekend  to  move  into  a  second-­place   tie  with  Williams  in  league  play.   The  wins  pushed  the  Panthersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  win-­ ning  streak  to  four  games,  their  over-­ all   record   to   10-­8-­2,   and   their   NES-­ CAC  mark  to  9-­3-­2.  They  will  play  a   home-­and-­home  series  with  Williams   this   weekend,   the   next-­to-­last   of   the  

regular  season.  Middlebury  hosts  the   Ephs  at  7  p.m.  on  Friday,  and  travels   to  Williams  for  a  7  p.m.  game  on  Sat-­ urday.   Bowdoin  (11-­2-­1  NESCAC)  holds   ¿UVWSODFH7ULQLW\  LVLQIRXUWK DQG $PKHUVW   LV ¿IWK 7KH Panthers   will   conclude   their   regular   season  with  road  games  at  Hamilton   and  Amherst   on   Feb.   15   and   16,   re-­ spectively,  and  the  NESCAC  playoffs   (See  Hockey,  Page  2B)

By  ANDY  KIRKALDY MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Mid-­ dlebury   College   menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   basketball   team   swept   two   NESCAC   road   games   over   the   weekend   before   defeating  visiting  Lyndon  on  Tues-­ day   to   improve   to   20-­1,   6-­1   in   league   play   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   and   set   some   pro-­ gram  landmarks  in  the  process.   The   league   wins   kept   the   Pan-­ WKHUVÂśFKDQFHVIRUDÂżUVWSODFHÂżQ-­ ish  in  NESCAC  alive  entering  the   ÂżQDOZHHNHQGRISOD\EXWWKH\ZLOO need  some  help.   The   Panthers,   ranked   No.   5   in   this   weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   NCAA   Division   III   poll,   will   host   The league Trinity   (2-­6,   8-­13)   on   Fri-­ wins day   at   6   p.m.,   kept the and   then   No.   6   Panthersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Amherst   (20-­2,   chances 8-­0)   on   Satur-­ day  at  2  p.m. IRUDĂ&#x20AC;UVW SODFHĂ&#x20AC;QLVK Meanwhile,   in NESCAC No.   7  Williams   (20-­2,   8-­0   alive league,   includ-­ entering ing   a   1-­point   WKHĂ&#x20AC;QDO home   win   over   the   Panthers),   weekend of play, but will   host   Am-­ herst   on   Friday   they will and   Trinity   on   need some Saturday.   help. Amherst   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   which   defeated   the   Ephs   in   a   game   that   did   not   count   in   the   league   standings   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   can  win  the  title  outright  by  sweep-­ ing  Williams  and  Middlebury.   Middlebury  can  win  the  title  out-­ right  by  sweeping  Trinity  and  Am-­ herst,  but  only  if  Williams  loses  to   Amherst  and  Trinity.   Williams   can   win   the   title   out-­ right   by   defeating   Amherst   and   Trinity.   0,''/(%85< &2//(*( 6(1,25 -DNH :ROÂżQ SXWV XS WZR SRLQWV If  Amherst  defeats  Williams,  but   loses   to   Middlebury   while   Wil-­ DJDLQVW/\QGRQ6WDWH7XHVGD\QLJKW:ROÂżQVFRUHGKLVWKFDUHHU SRLQWLQWKH3DQWKHUZLQ Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell (See  Panthers,  Page  2B)

to  make  it  40-­38,  MUHS.   VUHS   answered   when   Chaput   found  VUHS  sophomore  K.C.  Am-­ brose  on  a  back-­door  cut  to  make  it   40-­40,  but  Connorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  lay-­in  at  1:20   restored   the   MUHS   lead   at   42-­40.   The   Commodores   answered   when   freshman  forward  Nikki  Salley  put   in   a   VUHS   miss,   was   fouled   and   converted   the   three-­point   play   at   (See  Hoop,  Page  3B)

ScoreBOARD HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Basketball 2/4  St.  Albans  vs.  MUHS  ....................  69-­55 2/4  OV  vs.  Leland  &  Gray    ..................  62-­49 2/5  Mt.  Abe  vs.  Milton    ........................  58-­49 2/5  VUHS  vs.  Missisquoi    ...................  75-­55 Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Basketball 0W$EHYV0W0DQVÂżHOG  ...............  48-­7 2/4  MUHS  vs.  VUHS    ................  47-­43  (OT) 2/5  Rutland  vs.  OV    ............................  41-­31 COLLEGE SPORTS Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hockey 2/3  Midd.  vs.  Conn.    .................................4-­0 2/5  St.  Anselm  vs.  Midd.    .........................3-­1 Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Basketball 2/5  Midd.  vs.  Lyndon    .........................  89-­59 Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Basketball 2/5  Midd.  vs.  Lyndon    .........................  75-­47

Schedule

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Hockey 2/9  Rutland  at  MUHS    ....................6:45  p.m. 2/13  Woodstock  at  MUHS    ................  7  p.m. 2/16  MUHS  at  Rice    ......................  1:05  p.m. Boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Hockey 2/13  MUHS  at  S.  Burlington    .........7:25  p.m. 2/16  MUHS  at  Spaulding    .............  5:45  p.m. Boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Basketball 2/7  Woodstock  at  OV    ...................  7:30  p.m. 2/8  VUHS  at  Mt.  Abe    ........................  7  p.m. 2/8  Milton  at  MUHS    ..........................  7  p.m. 2/9  Proctor  at  OV    .........................  2:30  p.m. 2/12  OV  at  Bellows  Falls    ..................  7  p.m. 2/12  St.  Albans  at  Mt.  Abe    ................  7  p.m. 2/12  Milton  at  VUHS    ..........................7  p.m. 2/12  MUHS  at  Missisquoi    ............  7:30  p.m. 2/14  Bellows  Falls  at  OV    .............  7:30  p.m. 2/15  Mt.  Abe  at  MUHS    ......................  7  p.m. 2/15  VUHS  at  St.  Albans    .............  7:30  p.m. Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Basketball 2/7  Mt.  Abe  at  MUHS    .........................7  p.m. 2/7  S.  Burlington  at  VUHS    ................  7  p.m. 2/8  Leland  &  Gray  at  OV    .............  7:30  p.m. 2/11  Missisquoi  at  Mt.  Abe    .................7  p.m. 2/11  Colchester  at  VUHS    ...................7  p.m. 2/11  MUHS  at  S.  Burlington    ..............  7  p.m. 6SULQJÂżHOGDW29  ..................7:30  p.m. 2/14  Mt.  Abe  at  S.  Burlington    .......  5:30  p.m. 2/14  Milton  at  MUHS    ........................  7  p.m. 0W0DQVÂżHOGDW98+6  ..............7  p.m. 2/15  OV  at  Fair  Haven    .................  7:30  p.m.

(See  Schedule,  Page  4B)


PAGE  2B  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Addison  Independent,  Thursday,  February  7,  2013

Hockey (Continued  from  Page  1B) On   Saturday,   Middlebury   edged   open  on  Feb.  23. visiting   Trinity,   3-­2.   The   Bantams   On   this   past   Friday,   Middlebury   dropped  to  11-­5-­3  overall.   broke   open   a   3-­3   game   with   three   0LGGOHEXU\ WRRN D  OHDG  goals  in  the  third  period  in  a  6-­3  win   LQWRWKHÂżUVWSHULRGZLWKDSRZHUSOD\ RYHUYLVLWLQJ:HVOH\DQ RYHUDOO goal.  Pimental  intercepted  a  pass  and   5-­6-­3  NESCAC).     found   Wiggins   for   the   score.   Trinity   The   Cardinals   opened   answered   at   11:10,   when   VFRULQJDWRIWKHÂżUVW Middlebury Zachary   Lombardi   set   up   but   Middlebury   responded   answered Larry   Bero   in   transition.   by  scoring  the  gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  next   with the The   Panthers   regained   WKUHH JRDOV LQ D  VSDQ game-winner WKH OHDG ZLWK  OHIW LQ for  a  3-­1  lead.  Matt  Silcoff   the   period,   when   Mathieu   1:21 later, tallied  the  initial  goal  on  the   &DVWRQJXD\VFRUHGKLVÂżUVW power   play,   scoring   from   when Evan of  the  season  from  the  left   WKHKLJKVORWDWZLWKD Neugoldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s faceoff  dot  past  a  screened   shot   off   Wesleyan   goalten-­ shot from the Benjamin   Coulthard   (35   der  Glen  Stowell  (30  saves)   goal line on saves). for  his  eighth  of  the  year.   The  Panthers  had  a  great   the left side Derek   Pimental   netted   chance  to  extend  their  lead   his   ninth   at   13:07,   blasting   GHĂ HFWHG LQWRWKHVHFRQGSHULRG home   a   shot   from   the   left   in off a while   shorthanded.   Mi-­ side  after  a  feed  from  John   defenderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s chael  Longo  picked  up  the   %DUU%DUUHDUQHGKLVÂżUVWRI skate. puck   and   skated   in   alone   the   season   at   16:01,   break-­ after  a  Trinity  defender  had   ing   in   on   the   right   side   and   scoring   fallen   down.   But   Coulthard   denied   with  a  wrister  to  the  far  post. Longoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  backhander  with  s  strong  pad   The   Cardinals   came   within   one   saves.  Neither  team  scored  in  the  sec-­ 13:06   into   the   second   period,   when   ond  period,  in  which  Middlebury  held   Ryan   White   threw   the   puck   towards   a  13-­1  shots  advantage.   the  goal  from  behind  the  net  and  in  off   Trinity   tied   the   game   with   a   short-­ Panther  goalie  Dan  Fullam. KDQGHG JRDO  LQWR WKH WKLUG SH-­ Wesleyan   tied   the   game   at   6:13   of   riod.  On  a  two-­on-­one  break,  Charlie   the   third   after   a   scramble   in   the   slot.   Mullan   fed   Tim   Shea,   as   the   lefty   7HUUDQFH *RJXHQ HDUQHG WKH ÂżUVW RI scored   with   a   far   side   shot   from   the   Middleburyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  third-­period  goals,  scor-­ right  wing  for  his  second  of  the  year.   LQJIURPWKHOHIWSRLQWWKURXJKWUDIÂżF Middlebury   answered   with   the   Ben  Wiggins  tallied  on  the  power  play   game-­winner   1:21   later,   when   Evan    ODWHU IURP WKH ULJKW SRLQW ZLWK Neugoldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  shot  from  the  goal  line  on   assists  from  Pimental  and  George  Or-­ WKHOHIWVLGHGHĂ&#x20AC;HFWHGLQRIIDGHIHQG-­ dway.   Louis   Belisle   added   his   team-­ HUÂśVVNDWH7KH3DQWKHUVKHOGD leading  10th  goal  by  redirected  a  pass   shots  advantage  and  got  a  dozen  saves   from   behind   the   net   from   Brendan   from  Fullam.  The  win  avenged  a  2-­1   0F*RYHUQ)XOODPPDGHVDYHVLQ-­ loss   for   the   Panthers   on   Jan.   at  Trin-­ FOXGLQJDVWRSRQDÂżUVWSHULRGEUHDN-­ ity,  a  game  in  which  they  outshot  the   away.   %DQWDP

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TIGERS  DAVID  BURT,  left,  and  Tyler  Provencher  try  to  beat  Bobwhites  Clay  Roberts  and  Jordan  Stone  to  a  rebound  Monday  night  in  St.  Albans.   Middlebury  lost  the  game,  69-­55. Photo  by  Josh  Kaufmann/St.  Albans  Messenger

VUHS  and  OV  boys,  Eagle  boys  and  girls  win By  ANDY  KIRKALDY ADDISON   COUNTY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   In   local   high  school  basketball  action  earlier   this   week,   the   Vergennes   boys   and   Mount   Abraham   girls   kept   rolling   while   the   Otter   Valley   and   Mount   Abraham  boys  picked  up  road  wins.   But   the   Tiger   boys   lost   on   the   road   and   the   OV   girls   dropped   a   home   game.   The   MUHS   girls   also   visited   VUHS  on  Monday;Íž  see  story  on  Page   1B.   VUHS  BOYS On  Tuesday,  the  VUHS  boys  bolt-­ HGWRDÂżUVWTXDUWHUOHDGRQWKH way   to   a   75-­55   victory   over   visit-­ LQJ 0LVVLVTXRL  7KH &RPPRGRUHV improved   to   15-­0   as   Stanley   Salley   recorded  21  points  and  13  rebounds,   while   Shep   Carter   scored   21   and   Charlie  Stapleford  tossed  in  19.  The   T-­Birdsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   Matt   St.  Amour   scored   his   customary  31.  The  Commodores  will   visit  Mount  Abe  on  Friday  at  7  p.m.,   weather  permitting  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  the  forecast  is   putting  all  Fridayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  games  in  doubt.   EAGLE  GIRLS On   Monday,   the   Eagles   coasted   SDVWZLQOHVV0RXQW0DQVÂżHOG Meg  Livingston  led  the  way  with  16  

and  Ashlie  Fay  scored  12  as  the  Ea-­ gles  improved  to  13-­1.  Mount  Abe  re-­ PDLQVLQÂżUVWSODFHLQWKH',,VWDQG-­ ings   ahead   of   two   other   13-­1   teams,   U-­32   and   BFA-­Fairfax,   because   the   team   has   earned   PRUHTXDOLW\SRLQWV The   Eaglesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   toughest   two   tests   ahead,   at   least   on   paper,   are   at   South   %XUOLQJWRQ RQ )HE  DQG DW &RO-­ chester  on  Feb.  25.  Collectively,  their   other  four  foes  have  won  six  games,   three   of   them   by   MUHS,   who   they   are  set  to  visit  this  Thursday. EAGLE  BOYS On  Tuesday  the  Eagle  boys  bolted   to   an   early   lead   at   Milton   and   hung   RQWRSUHYDLOIRUWKHLUVHFRQG victory  of  the  winter.   Coach  Mike  Estey  told  the  St.  Al-­ bans  Messenger  it  was  an  â&#x20AC;&#x153;outstand-­ ingâ&#x20AC;?  effort  for  his  Mount  Abe  team.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  a  huge  win  for  us,â&#x20AC;?  Estey  said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;The  guys  have  been  coming  in  and   working   hard.   Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d   been   getting   knocked  around  lately,  so  this  was  a   good  win  for  us.â&#x20AC;? Mount   Abe   led   by   32-­22   at   the   half  and  stretched  the  advantage  to  as  

PDQ\ DV  GXULQJ WKH WKLUG SH-­ riod.  The  3-­12  Yellowjackets  rallied   behind   Derryk   Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Grady   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   whose   SRLQWVOHIWKLPWZRVKRUWRI for  his  career  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  and  closed  to  within   four   in   the   late   go-­ ing.   But   the   Eagles   got  a  key  hoop  from   Sawyer   Kamman   and   hit   enough   free   throws   down   the   stretch  to  ice  the  win.   .DPPDQ ÂżQLVKHG with   22   points   to   lead   Mount  Abe,   and   Mark   Jipner   (16)   reached  double  digits  for  the  second   straight  outing.   OTTER  BOYS On   Monday,   the   Otters   avenged   D -DQ  KRPH ORVV E\ GHIHDWLQJ KRVW /HODQG  *UD\  / * a   D-­III   team   that   has   defeated   D-­II   WHDPV6SULQJÂżHOG%HOORZV)DOOVDQG Woodstock   this   winter,   dropped   to   10-­3,   while   the   Otters   improved   to   ZLWKWKHLUIRXUWKZLQLQVL[RXW-­ ings.  Ryan  Kelley  sparked  the  attack   with   32   points,   and   John   Winslow   added   16.   The   Otters   will   look   to   avenge  another  close  loss  on  Thurs-­ day,  when  they  host  Woodstock.  

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TIGER  BOYS On  Monday,  a  shorthanded  MUHS   team   lost   at   BFA-­St.  Albans,   69-­55.   08+6   SOD\HG WKH  %RE-­ whites  without  senior  standout  Con-­ nor  Collins,  who  was  ill  and  missed   WKHJDPH7KH7LJHUVWRRNDOHDG early,   but   BFA   rallied   to   lead   at   the   half,  27-­25.  The  Tigers  trailed  late  in   the  third,  33-­32,  when  BFA  went  on   a  13-­5  run  that  proved  to  be  decisive. Tyler  Provencher  led  MUHS  with   13,   David   Burt   and   Perry   DeLo-­ renzo  scored  12  apiece,  and  Marrott   Weekes  added  nine.  MUHS  will  look   to  bounce  back  at  home  on  Friday  vs.   Milton,  if  weather  permits.     OTTER  GIRLS On   Tuesday,   visiting   Rutland   pulled   away   in   the   late   going   for   D  YLFWRU\ RYHU WKH 29 JLUOV who  failed  to  win  their  third  straight   game   against   D-­I   competition.   The    5DLGHUV KDG OHG E\  DW WKH KDOI DQG  DIWHU WKUHH TXDUWHUV Olivia   Bloomer   led   the   6-­7   Otters   with   11   points,   and   Jessica   Frazier   added  eight.  OV  is  set  to  host  Leland   &  Gray  on  Friday  and  will  be  looking   to  avenge  a  road  loss  in  that  game  if   it  is  played.

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Middlebury  (673). On   Saturday,   Panther   sophomore   $QQLH 3RNRUQ\ SLFNHG XS KHU ¿UVW win  of  the  season,  claiming  the  wom-­ HQœVNLORPHWHULQVHYHQVHF-­ onds  ahead  of  her  nearest  competitor.   6RSKRPRUH+HDWKHU0RRQH\¿QLVKHG LQ  JRRG IRU HLJKWK )UHVKPDQ Issy   Pelletier   rounded   out   Middle-­

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the  freestyle.  Junior  Austin  Cobb  was   next   for   Middlebury   in   22nd   place   (26:37),   followed   by   sophomore   '\ODQ0F*DUWKZDLWHUG   /XVWJDUWHQ LPSURYHG KLV ¿QLVK RQ the   second   day,   placing   third   in   the   10K   classical   race   in   27:59.   Cobb   HQGHGWKHUDFHLQWK  ZKLOH 0F*DUWKZDLWHZDVWK  

Peter  Lynch,  who  had  10.       7KRPSVRQVFRUHGDOORIKLVÂżUVW KDOI SRLQWV LQ WKH ÂżQDO  RI WKH opening  period  as  Middlebury  used  a   UXQWRWDNHDHGJHDWKDOI-­ WLPH$Q0LGGOHEXU\UXQFDSSHG by  a  Thompson  three-­pointer,  made  it   ZLWKWRJR On  Saturday,  the  Panthers  coasted   DW &ROE\  &ROE\ GURSSHG WR 6-­15,  2-­6  in  the  league.  The  Panthers   VKRWSHUFHQWIURPWKHĂ&#x20AC;RRUDQG forced  21  Colby  turnovers.   7KH3DQWKHUVFORVHGWKHÂżUVWKDOIRQ DUXQLQWKHÂżQDOWRWDNHD OHDGLQWRWKHLQWHUPLVVLRQ7ZR threes  from  Kizel  sparked  the  run. The   Mules   cut   the   lead   to   10   at  

12:22  of   the   second   half,   but   three   PLQXWHV ODWHU D WUH\ E\ -DNH :RO¿Q made  it  70-­50,  and  the  lead  later  grew   to  as  many  as  27.   Lynch   led   a   balanced   attack   with    SRLQWV RQ HLJKWIRU VKRRWLQJ while  Jensen  netted  13.  Kizel  scored   12   points,   and   Thompson   added   10.   :RO¿Q¿QLVKHGZLWKQLQHDVVLVWV 2Q 7XHVGD\ :RO¿Q EHFDPH WKH WKSOD\HULQVFKRROKLVWRU\WRVXU-­ pass   the   1,000-­point   plateau   when   WKH3DQWKHUV  FUXLVHGWRDQ 59   win   over   visiting   Lyndon   State     :RO¿Q VFRUHG VHYHQ SRLQWV DQG QRZ KDV  SRLQWV LQ  games. Middlebury   also   reached   20   wins  

IRU WKH ÂżIWK WLPH HYHU DQG IRU WKH ÂżIWKVWUDLJKW VHDVRQ ZLWK 7XHVGD\ÂśV victory.  Middlebury   took   an   11-­0   lead   be-­ hind   six   straight   post-­up   points   by   Lynch  to  open  the  contest  and  never   trailed.  The  Panthers  took  a  21-­7  lead   RQ D WKUHH IURP :ROÂżQ DV 0LGGOH-­ buryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   all-­time   assist   leader   scored   his   1,000th   point   on   a   long   distance   EXFNHWDW Hunter   Merryman   led   all   scorers   with  16  points  off  the  bench.  Thomp-­ son  added  15  points  and  a  game-­best   seven   rebounds,   while   Lynch   added   a  dozen  points  and  six  rebounds,  and   .L]HO FKLSSHG LQ  :ROÂżQ DGGHG seven  assists  and  two  steals.

Panthers (Continued  from  Page  1B) liams   defeats   Trinity,   the   teams   will   end  up  in  a  three-­way  tie  that  cannot   be   broken   by   NESCAC   tiebreakers   H[FHSWE\FRLQĂ&#x20AC;LSV²RULQWKHZRUGV of   Middlebury   Sports   Information   Director  Brad  Nadeau,  pulling  teamsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   names  out  of  a  hat.   On   this   past   Friday,   the   Panthers   built  a  13-­point  halftime  cushion  and   held   off   host   Bowdoin,   72-­61.   The   3RODU%HDUVDUH1(6&$& Nolan  Thompson  led  all  players  with   19  points  for  Middlebury. $OVRVFRULQJLQGRXEOHÂżJXUHVZHUH Joey  Kizel,  who  went  10-­for-­10  from   WKHIUHHWKURZOLQHDQGÂżQLVKHGZLWK -DPHV-HQVHQZKRDGGHGDQG


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MIDDLEBURY  UNION   HIGH   School   junior   Sonia   Howlett   drives   past   Commodore   Taylor   Paquette  Monday  night. Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell

Hoop (Continued  from  Page  1B) 1:06.   At  0:51,  Danyow  drew  a  foul  and   sank  both  free  throws  to  put  the  Ti-­ gers  on  top  despite  the  noise  gener-­ ated  by  the  VUHS  student  fans,  and   she  added  another  at  0:24  to  make   it   45-­43.   After   Connorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   block,   Cluss   rebounded   and   hit   two   free   throws   at   0:06,   and   the   four-­point   lead  was  safe. Danyow   said   the   Commodores   â&#x20AC;&#x153;played   a   great   gameâ&#x20AC;?   to   force   overtime,   but   the   Tigers   were   de-­ termined  to  prevail. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   want   to   lose,â&#x20AC;?   Dan-­ yow   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;They   had   the   same   re-­ cord  we  did.  Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve  been  struggling   all  year,  and  we  just  didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  want  to   lose.â&#x20AC;? MUHS   assistant   coach   Laura   (PLOR ÂżOOLQJ LQ IRU DLOLQJ KHDG coach   Mary   Nienow,   noted   the   contributions  of  many  of  her  play-­ ers,   including   the   key   plays   and   free  throws  in  overtime  and  late  in   regulation.     Cluss  (10  points  after  a  12-­point,   15-­rebound   effort   vs.   Missisquoi   last   week),   Connor   (eight   points),   junior   Olivia   Carpenter   and   Dan-­ yow  helped  the  Tigers  hold  their  on   the   boards   against   the   taller   Com-­ modores,   who   earned   just   a   44-­43   edge,   including   team   rebounds.   Junior   point   guard   Hannah   Hobbs  

TIGER  JULIA  CLUSS  and  Commodore  K.C.  Ambrose  both   COMMODORE   NIKKI   SALLEY   and   Tiger   Tiffany   Danyow   A  REBOUND  SLIPS  out  of  the  reach  of  Vergennes  Union   get  their  hands  on  a  rebound  Monday  night. High  School  senior  Morgen  Clark  and  Middlebury  junior  Ju-­ ¿JKWIRUDUHERXQGGXULQJ0RQGD\œVJDPHLQ9HUJHQQHV Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell lia  Cluss  Monday  night. Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell

added  10  points  for  MUHS.   short  tonight.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;It  was  absolutely  a  team  effort,â&#x20AC;?   But   Waller   is   still   searching   for   (PLOR VDLG Âł7KH\ GHÂżQLWHO\ FDPH answers  for  the  Commodoresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  ten-­ together  as  a  team.â&#x20AC;? dency   to   start   slow.   But  she  added  Dan-­ 7KHLU VFRUHOHVV ÂżUVW yowâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  ability  to  return   â&#x20AC;&#x153;We didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want quarter   continued   a   in   overtime   made   a   to lose. They had trend  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  he  noted  they   the same record difference.   are   averaging   just   â&#x20AC;&#x153;That   was   huge.   we did. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve three   points   in   their   Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   just   a   sense   been struggling opening  periods. of   calm   when   Tiffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   â&#x20AC;&#x153;I  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  know  what   all year, and we RQ WKH Ă&#x20AC;RRU´ (PLOR more   to   do.   Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   a   natural   just didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want changed   things   up.   to lose.â&#x20AC;? leader.â&#x20AC;?   Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve   started   differ-­ â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Tiffany Danyow ent   kids   at   times.   It   VUHS   coach   Billy   Waller   praised   the   just   doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   seem   to   Commodores  for  their  effort  down   matter.   We   just   arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   ready   to   go   the  stretch.   when  the  game  starts,â&#x20AC;?  Waller  said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;In   the   games   that   have   been   â&#x20AC;&#x153;So  Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m  a  little  frustrated  with  that,   close,   we   seem   to   hit   on   some   but   not   frustrated   with   the   effort.   clutch   plays   at   the   end,â&#x20AC;?   Waller   Our  kids  played  hard.â&#x20AC;? said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   just   came   up   a   couple   Paquette   and   Chaput   led   VUHS  

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Commodores  stayed   within   strik-­ ing  range  the  rest  of  the  way. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It   allowed   us   to   stay   in   the   game,â&#x20AC;?  Waller  said. Overall,   Waller   said   the   Com-­ modores  are  dealing  with  adversity   well,  as  could  be  seen  by  their  rally   on  Monday.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re  doing  their  best  to  keep   mentally   in   it.   Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   the   toughest   thing   when   youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   not   winning   to   stay   mentally   in   it   every   day,   but   our  kids  seem  to  be  doing  that,â&#x20AC;?  he   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   all   plugging   away   and  getting  better.â&#x20AC;? The   Tigers   have   now   won   three   straight,  although  they  face  a  tough   home   test   from   13-­1   Mount  Abra-­ ham  on  Thursday.   Emilo   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   owner   of   a   1-­0   record   as  a  head  coach  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  said  the  Tigersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   recent   streak   is   a   good   reward   for  

their  effort   this   winter,   and   she   was  pleased  to  see  them  show  their   mettle  in  Mondayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  overtime.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;The   girls   have   worked   so   hard   this   year,   and   they   really   deserve   it,â&#x20AC;?   Emilo   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Things   are   start-­ ing   to   come   together.   We   havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   played   a   game   that   tight   all   year.   So  for  them  to  stay  composed  and   tough  it  out  is  really  exciting.â&#x20AC;? Danyow   would   like   to   see   the   victories  keep  rolling  in,  and  there   are  winnable  games  as  well  as  chal-­ lenges  left  on  the  schedule.   Regardless,   she   said   the   Tigers   will  enjoy  the  rest  of  the  winter.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mary  and  Laura  are  really  good   at  keeping  our  heads  up,â&#x20AC;?  Danyow   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve   all   been   pretty   posi-­ tive  about  everything.â&#x20AC;? Andy  Kirkaldy  may  be  reached  at   andyk@addisonindependent.com.

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weight  classes. More  importantly,  Raymond  said,   he  saw  the  Tigers  wrestle  well. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tonight,   Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d   say   was   the   best   weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve   wrestled   all   season,â&#x20AC;?   Ray-­ mond  said.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our  goal  was  to  slowly   build  up  and  increase  our  intensity  as   the  season  starts  to  come  to  a  close.   And   weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   three   weeks   from   states   and   the   guys   are   starting   to   peak   at   the  right  time.â&#x20AC;? He  has  the  highest  hopes  for  four   Tiger  wrestlers  in  the  higher  weight   classes:  Senior  Tyler  LaPlant  at  220,   senior   Gabe   LaBerge   at   195,   junior   Jakob   Trautwein   at   182,   and   senior   Chris   Wright   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   who   has   just   re-­ turned  to  the  mat  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  at  285.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tyler   and   Gabe,   both   should   be   top  three  and  qualify  for  New  Eng-­ EAGLE  ANDREW  CLOUTIER  wrestles  with  North  Countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Mackenzie  Steele  at  Tuesday  meet  in  Middle-­ lands   â&#x20AC;Ś   I   think   Jake   Trautwein   at   182   should   be   right   up   in   there,â&#x20AC;?   bury. Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell Raymond   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Chris   Wright   is   a   heavyweight  we  just  got  back  â&#x20AC;Ś  and   heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   a   very   promising   heavyweight.   +HVKRXOGGHÂżQLWHO\SODFHDWVWDWHV´ Another  MUHS  contender,  senior   170-­pounder  Skyler  Shute,  will  miss   the   rest   of   the   season   with   a   knee   injury,   according   to   Raymond,   who   said   he   felt   â&#x20AC;&#x153;awfulâ&#x20AC;?   for   a   wrestler   who  reached  the  podium  in  2012.   /D%HUJH ZRQ WZLFH E\ ÂżUVWSHUL-­ od   pin   on   Tuesday,   against   NCUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Zachary   Hawkins   and   the   Com-­ modoresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   Greg   McGrath.   LaPlant   pinned   a   teammate   in   an   exhibition   bout,   while   Wright   lost   by   pin   to   another   promising   wrestler   who   is   returning   to   the   mat,   VUHS   senior   Dylan  Lorrain.   2/15  Midd.  at  Hamilton    ......................  7  p.m. (Continued  from  Page  1B) Trautwein   lost   to   VUHS   senior   2/16  Midd.  at  Amherst    .......................  3  p.m. T.J.   Simpson   in   one   of   the   nightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Wrestling Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hockey two   best   matches,   5-­3,   on   a   third-­ 2/9  NVAC  Meet  at  Mt.  Abe    ...............10  a.m. 2/8  Midd.  at  Williams    ........................  7  p.m. 2/9  ...................................OV  at  Mt.  Anthony SHULRGWDNHGRZQLQWKHÂżQDOVHF-­ 2/9  Williams  at  Midd.    ........................  7  p.m. 2/12  ....................................  OV  at  Harwood onds.   2/12  Norwich  at  Midd.    ........................7  p.m. Indoor Track Both   Raymond   and  VUHS   coach   2/16  Midd.  at  Elmira    ..........................  3  p.m. 2/16  .........................  State  Meet  at  Norwich Nate   Kittredge   were   happy   with   Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Basketball Gymnastics their  wrestlers  after  that  match. 2/8   T rinity  at  Midd.     . ............................6  p.m. 2/16  Harwood  at  MUHS    ....................  6  p.m. â&#x20AC;&#x153;In  that  match  Jakob  wrestled  very   2/9  Amherst  at  Midd.    ..........................2  p.m. Nordic well.  It  was  just  a  few  little  things,â&#x20AC;?   1(6&$&4XDUWHUÂżQDODW0LGG   . ....TBA 2/9  MUHS  at  CVU    ..........................  10  a.m. VERGENNES  UNION  HIGH  School  freshman  Jeb  Hodsden,  left,  and  Middlebury  Union  High  School  fresh-­ Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Basketball Raymond  said.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Jake  needs  to  keep   2/16  MUHS  at  S.  Burlington    ...........  10  a.m. man  James  Whitley  wrestle  in  Middlebury  Tuesday  night. 2/8  Trinity  at  Midd.    .............................8  p.m. him  in  the  center  of  the  mat  against   Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell 2/9  Amherst  at  Midd.    ..........................4  p.m. a  good  wrestler  like  T.J.  Simpson.â&#x20AC;? COLLEGE SPORTS 1(6&$&4XDUWHUÂżQDO  ....................TBA Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hockey Kittredge  said  Simpson  started  out   mond   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;He   went   out   there   and   Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve   got   two,   three   weeks   before   for  the  better.â&#x20AC;? Wetzel  and  Roy  were  ill  on  Tues-­ 2/8  Williams  at  Midd.    ........................  7  p.m. Spectators   are   advised   to   consult   school   the   season   at   160,   but   hit   a   growth   beat  a  kid  he  lost  to  a  couple  weeks   states  and  itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  probably  good  timing   day,   and   the   Eagle   highlight   came   2/9  Midd.  at  Williams    .........................7  p.m. ago,   a nd   i t   w as   o ne   o f   t he   r easons   w e   for  that.  Hopefully  they  stay  healthy   websites  for  the  latest  schedule  updates.   spurt  and  has  fared  well  at  both  170   and  push  hard  and  they  stay  healthy   in  Georgeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  only  match.  He  moved   and  182,  and  will  compete  at  a  heavi-­ won  the  dual.â&#x20AC;? Kittredgeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  VUHS  squad  defeated   for   states.   Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll   probably   go   in   up  to  160  and  scored  an  18-­3  tech-­ er  weight  at  the  state  meet.   The   eveningâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   other   most   dra-­ Mount  Abe,  36-­16,  and  NCU,  42-­6.   unseeded,   not   ranked   where   they   nical   fall   over   Commodore   Jordan   Kiln Dried Lumber Mill Direct matic   match   pitted   two   promising   Like   Raymond,   Kittredge   focused   should   be,   but   in   the   end   it   comes   Grant. Tuesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  matches  were  scheduled   106-­pound   freshmen,   Nate   Gebo   more   on   the   big   picture.   He   has   a   down  to  how  good  you  are  that  day,   to   allow   wrestlers   time   to   rest   be-­ from   MUHS   and   Ethan   Reardon   number   of   top   wrestlers,   like   Lor-­ anyway.â&#x20AC;? Repairs Mount  Abe  coach  Pete  Lossmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   tween  matches,  rather  than  lining  up   from   VUHS.   Gebo   broke   a   4-­4   tie   rain,  just  returning  from  injury.  Oth-­ Superior Quality/ Great Prices the  teams  to  square  off  against  each   ers  include  sophomore  Luke  Stinch-­ team  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  which  defeated  NCU,  18-­6,   Remodeling with  a  takedown  at  0:40  of  the  third   other   one   at   a   time.   Youth   matches   ÂżHOGDQGIUHVKPDQ5\DQ3DTXLQDQG on  Tuesday  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  has  been  hit  hard  by   period  and  rode  out  the  competitive   New Construction Paneling possibly  sophomore  Erik  Eisenhow-­ injuries   and   other   issues.   But   he   is   were   also   added,   and   MUHS   assis-­ win.   Jobs of Any Size Flooring â&#x20AC;&#x153;(Gebo)   comes   out   sometimes   a   er,   although   his   status   for   the   state   optimistic  about  the  state-­meet  pros-­ tant  Jon  Ashley  said  the  Middlebury   pects   for   senior   T.J.   George,   who   Parks   and   Recreation   Department   little  slow,  and  it  takes  him  a  while  to   meet  remains  uncertain. Siding Kittredge   s aid   t hose   w restlers,   l ike   has  compiled  a  24-­10  record  at  152   is   still   open   to   youths   interested   in   build  into  the  match.  But  tonight  he   Pine, Maple, Oak, Trim came  out  right  off  the  whistle,â&#x20AC;?  Ray-­ Simpson,   could   do   well   when   the   pounds;Íž   senior   Mike   Wetzel,   who   signing   up   for   youth   wrestling.   (He   Cherry, Ash... Furniture & Cabinets Commodores   host   on   Feb.   22   and   has  moved  up  to  182  and  is  18-­7;Íž  and   said  those  interested  may  email  him   at  ashley@gmavt.net  for  more  infor-­ 23.   sophomore  Josh  Roy  at  112.   ,OCAL s 3USTAINABLE s 2ENEWABLE â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   have   a   situation   where   a   lot   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mike   and   T.J.   both   are   ranked   mation.) 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%UHDNLQVNHHSFLW\SROLFHEXV\ VERGENNES  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Vergennes  police   between  Jan.  28  and  Feb.  2  dealt  with   a  number  of  new  home  and  car  break-­ ins  around  the  city  and  also  conducted   a  number  of  patrols  in  areas  that  had   been   hit   by   a   number   of   attempted   break-­ins   and   other   sus-­ picious   activity   late   last   month.   New   thefts,   suspicious   activity   or   break-­ins   were   reported   on   Meigs   Road,   where   on   Jan.   28   a   chainsaw   was   stolen   from   a   home;Íž   on   Second   Street,   where   a   homeowner   heard   a   doorknob   tested   and  police  found  footprints  on  Jan.  29;Íž   Comfort  Hill,  where  a  chainsaw  and  a   GPS  unit  were  stolen  from  a  home  on   )HE6RXWK:DWHU6WUHHWZKHUHDFDU was  gone  through,  but  nothing  taken,   on  Feb.  2;Íž  South  Maple  Street,  where  a   GPS  unit  was  stolen  from  a  car  on  Feb.   2;Íž  South  Maple  Street,  where  a  car  was   JRQH WKURXJK RQ )HE  DQG :DONHU Avenue,  where  gas  was  siphoned  from   a  car  and  its  cabin  was  gone  through   on  Feb.  3. Police   also   patrolled   First,   Second   and  Third   streets   in   the   Panton   Road   mobile   home   park   and   Green   Moun-­ tain  Power  property  around  the  nearby   Otter  Creek  falls  on  Jan.  28,  29,  30  and   31.   Those   areas   had   been   the   site   of   theft   attempts   and   suspicious   activity   the  week  before. In   other   incidents   between   Jan.   28   and  Feb.  2,  Vergennes  police: Â&#x2021; 2Q-DQKHOSHGÂżQGDGHVSRQ-­ dent   Northlands   Job   Corps   student   who  had  left  the  MacDonough  Drive  

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punching  another   female   student   in   the  face  twice,  causing  minor  injuries.   Toney   was   lodged   at   the   Chittenden   County  Correctional  Center.   Â&#x2021; 7ZLFHRQ-DQDQGRQFHRQ)HE 2  responded  to  noise  complaints  from   a   Hillside   Acres   apartment   resident   about   a   neighbor,   something   police   said  is  an  ongoing  issue.   Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE  UHIHUUHG WR WKH )%, D case  of  ongoing  phone  harassment  of  a   VUHS  teacher  that  police  said  was  re-­ lated  to  a  scam;Íž  police  said  the  teacher   was  receiving  dozens  of  calls  a  day  at   work.   Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE  UHVSRQGHG RQ EHKDOI of  VSP  to  an  alarm  in  Ferrisburgh  that   proved  to  be  false.   Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE  WULHG XQVXFFHVVIXOO\ WRÂżQGDPDQLQDZKLWHYDQUHSRUWHG to  be  taking  pictures  of  the  Vergennes   Area  Rescue  Squad  headquarters.   Â&#x2021; 2Q)HEDFFHSWHGDZDOOHWWKDWD resident  found  and  contacted  its  owner.   Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE  WRRN D VZRUQ VWDWH-­ ment  from  a  local  resident  on  behalf  of   Brandon  police.   Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE  DFFHSWHG XQXVHG SUH-­ scription  meds  for  destruction.   Â&#x2021; 2Q)HEKHOSHG0LGGOHEXU\SR-­ lice  with  the  department  canine  when   a   woman   was   reported   missing,   but   quickly  learned  she  had  been  found.   Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE  FDOPHG D PRWKHU GDXJKWHUGLVSXWHDWD:HVW6WUHHWUHVL-­ dence   that   had   included   the   daughter   dumping  Jell-­O  on  her  mother. Â&#x2021; 2Q)HEZHQWWR0RQNWRQ5RDG to  check  the  welfare  of  a  resident,  but   he  could  not  be  found.

ADDISON  COUNTY  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Vermont   State   Police   received   a   call   from   an   Addison   man   this   past   Sunday   at   around  1:30  p.m.  alerting  them  that  he   had  found  a  snowmobile  while  walk-­ ing   in   the   woods   of   Chimney   Point   State   Park   in   Addison.   The   vehicle,   described   as   a   multi-­colored   red,   white  and  black  Polaris  700,  matched   the   description   of   the   snowmobile   Patrick   Cyr   of   New   Haven   reported   as  stolen  on  Jan.  5. The   man   who   called   in   the   report   and   Senior   Trooper   Cathy   Cappetta   were   joined   by   Patrick   and   Rodney   Cyr   at   Chimney   Point   State   Park.   They   walked   in   the   woods   about   three-­quarters   of   a   mile   and   located   the   Polaris   snowmobile.   Its   serial   number  matched  that  in  Patrick  Cyrâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   paperwork. Cappetta   reported   that   there   was   no  damage  to  the  snowmobile  and  it   had  been  covered  with  an  Arctic  Cat   snowmobile  cover.  It  was  driven  out   of  the  woods  and  returned  to  Patrick   Cyr. If   anyone   has   information   on   this   case,   or   would   like   to   claim   their   Arctic   Cat   snowmobile   cover,   call   Trooper   Cappetta   at   802-­388-­4919.   Information   can   also   be   submit-­ ted   anonymously   online   at   www. vtips.info   or   by   texting   â&#x20AC;&#x153;CRIMESâ&#x20AC;?   (274637)  to  keyword:  VTIPS. In  other  recent  activity,  VSP: Â&#x2021; 2Q-DQDWDPUHVSRQG-­ ed   to   a   single-­vehicle   crash   on   Lake   Dunmore   Road   in   Salisbury.   Crystal   Grant,  28,  of  Leicester  told  police  she   lost  control  of  her  2001  Nissan  Fron-­ tier  and  it  struck  a  tree.  Police  said  the   icy  road  conditions  appeared  to  be  a   factor  in  the  crash. Â&#x2021; :HUH FDOOHG WR 1RUWK 6WUHHW LQ New  Haven  on  Jan.  30  at  1  p.m.  for  a   report  of  an  ongoing  domestic  distur-­ bance.  Police  cited  Michael  Gardner,   42,   of   New   Haven,   for   domestic   as-­ sault  and  transported  him  to  the  New   Haven   state   police   barracks   for   pro-­ cessing.   He   was   lodged   at   the   Chit-­ tenden   County   Correctional   Center   for  lack  of  $1,000  bail. Â&#x2021; 2Q -DQ  DW  SP UHVSRQGHG to   a   one-­car   accident   on   Shaker   Hill   Road  in  Starksboro.  Police  said  Tren-­ ton  Gay,  20,  of  Starksboro  was  driv-­ ing  a  tan  Subaru  Forester  westbound,   lost   control   of   the   vehicle,   traveled   off  the  south  side  of  the  roadway  and   struck   a   culvert.   Gay   left   the   scene   and  was  not  present  when  troopers  ar-­ rived.   Police   found   him   using   a   K-­9   to  track  him,  and  cited  Gay  for  driv-­

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LQJXQGHUWKHLQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFHDQGQHJOLJHQW driving. Â&#x2021; 2Q-DQDWDPUHFHLYHG a  report  from  a  Shoreham  man  that  he   had  left  his  residence  to  take  his  child   to   school,   and   upon   returning   home   he  discovered  someone  had  stolen  his   1998  Green  Yamaha  350cc  4x4  ATV.   It  is  believed  the  vehicle  was  pushed   from  its  location  on  the  property  be-­ fore  being  loaded  into  a  vehicle  as  the   key  is  still  in  the  ownerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  possession.     Anyone  with  information  is  asked  to   contact  VSP. Â&#x2021; 2Q -DQ  H[HUFLVHG D VHDUFK warrant   at   a   residence   on   Buttolph   Road   in   Shoreham   and   recovered   property  allegedly  stolen  from  Cham-­ plain   Farms   in   Middlebury.   Police   transported   back   to   the   New   Haven   barracks   and   cited   Sidney   Messick,   35,   and   Toni   Bachand,   24,   both   of   Shoreham,   for   possession   of   stolen   property.  They  are  due  to  answer  the   charges   in   Addison   Superior   Court,   criminal  division,  on  April  8. Â&#x2021; 2Q)HEDWDPVWRSSHGD vehicle  driven  by  Skylar  J.  Silloway,   21,  of  Middlebury  on  Seminary  Street   Extension  after  observing  a  violation.   Police  cited  Silloway  for  driving  un-­ GHUWKHLQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFHRIDOFRKRO Â&#x2021; 2Q)HEDWSPUHVSRQG-­ ed  to  a  one-­car  crash  on  Route  17  in   Starksboro,   where   police   report   that   Jessica   M.   Hall,   35,   of   Starksboro   was   driving   a   2006   Honda   Element   westbound   when   she   lost   control   of   the   vehicle,   traveled   off   the   south   side  of  the  roadway  and  collided  with   a  rock  ledge.  There  were  no  injuries   as   a   result   of   the   collision,   however   the   Bristol   Rescue   Squad   took   Hall   to   Porter   Hospital   for   precautionary   reasons.  Police  cited  Hall  for  driving   XQGHUWKHLQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFH Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE  DW  DP VWRSSHG a   motor   vehicle   driven   by   Jeffrey   Faber,   54,   of   Rutland   on   Route   7   in   Salisbury  for  allegedly  traveling  at  32   mph  over  the  posted  speed  limit.  Po-­ lice  cited  Faber  for  driving  under  the   LQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFHVSHHGLQJDQGFDUHOHVVDQG negligent  driving. Â&#x2021; 2Q)HEUHFHLYHGDUHSRUWRID burglary  at  a  home  on  Mountain  Road   in  Addison  during  daytime  hours.  The   victim  was  initially  unaware  of  what   had   been   stolen   from   the   residence.  

Police  reminded   residents   that   there   have  been  numerous  burglaries  in  the   area   and   encouraged   residents   to   be   vigilant. Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE  DW DSSUR[LPDWHO\  p.m.  responded  to  a  two-­vehicle  acci-­ dent  at  the  intersection  of  South  Lin-­ coln  and  Ripton  roads  in  Lincoln.  Po-­ lice   said   their   investigation   suggests   that  a  16-­year-­old  Bristol  driver  failed   to  yield  due  to  icy  road  conditions  and   collided  with  a  second  vehicle.  Both   vehicles   were   driven   from   the   scene   with  minor  damage.  No  injuries  were   reported. Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE  ZHUH FDOOHG WR LQYHV-­ tigate   the   theft   of   four   iPhones   al-­ legedly   stolen   off   the   front   porch   of   a  Lake  Street  home  in  Addison  after   being  delivered  to  the  residence.  Any-­ one  with  information  is  asked  to  con-­ tact  Vermont  State  Police  New  Haven   Trooper  Andrew  Leise  at  1-­802-­388-­ 4919. Â&#x2021; 2Q)HEDWDPUHVSRQG-­ ed  to  a  one-­car  crash  on  Morse  Road   in  Cornwall.  Police  said  Kevin  Jack-­ son,  21,  of  Middlebury  was  traveling   northbound   on   Route   30   when   he   UHSRUWHGO\GR]HGRII:KHQKHFDPH to,   he   was   going   off   the   east   side   of  Route  30  at  the  intersection  with   Morse  Road.  The  Chevy  Cruze  Jack-­ son   was   driving   went   onto   Morse   Road  and  collided  with  a  utility  pole   and  some  small  trees,  totaling  the  ve-­ hicle.  Jackson  was  uninjured. Â&#x2021; 2Q)HEDWDPUHVSRQG-­ ed   to   a   one-­car   crash   on   Down-­ ingsville   Road   in   Lincoln.   Police   said   Raechel   C.   Schuldenrein,   21,   was   driving   a   2003  Toyota   Corolla   northbound,   lost   control   of   the   ve-­ hicle,   traveled   off   the   east   side   of   the   roadway   and   hit   a   tree.   Schul-­ denrein  sustained  minor  injuries  and   police   judged   the   car   a   total   loss.   Police   said   that   speed   and   alcohol   were  contributing  factors  in  the  col-­ lision;Íž  a  blood  test  was  obtained  and   results   from   the   Vermont   Forensic   Laboratory   are   pending.   The   col-­ lision   is   still   under   investigation.   Troopers  were  assisted  at  the  scene   by  the  Lincoln  Fire  Department  and   Bristol  Rescue  Squad. Â&#x2021; 2Q)HEDWSPUHVSRQGHG to   Boro   Hill   Road   in   Monkton   for   a   report  of  a  vehicle  that  had  gone  off   the   road.   Upon   arrival,   the   trooper   PHWZLWKWKHGULYHULGHQWLÂżHGDV$DU-­ on  Dehm,  38,  of  Bristol.  The  trooper   said  that  Dehm  showed  multiple  signs   of   intoxication.   He   cited   Dehm   for   GULYLQJXQGHUWKHLQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFH

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HANCOCK  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Community   Church   of   Hancock   and   Granville   wants  to  remind  the  public  that  this   is  the  last  week  the  church  will  be   selling   tickets   for   the   Sweetheart   Prime   Rib   Dinner,   to   be   held   Sat-­ urday,   Feb.   23,   from   6-­7   p.m.   (to-­ go  orders  can  be  picked  up  at  5:30  

p.m.)  at  the  Hancock  Town  Hall. A   $22   ticket   includes   prime   rib,   mashed  potato,  green  beans,  salad,   roll,   dessert   and   a   beverage.  Tick-­ ets   are   limited   and   will   be   cut   off   on  Feb.  9.  There  will  be  50/50  raf-­ Ă&#x20AC;HWLFNHWVVROGDWWKHHYHQW Contact  Marge  Ross  at  767-­9157  

or  Carrie   Turnbull   at   767-­3742   for   tickets   and   details.   This   event   helps  the  church  meet  its  month-­to-­ month  expenses. Check   out   the   Community   Church   of   Hancock   and   Granville   on  Facebook.


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CLASSIFIEDS Notice DOG  TEAM   CATERING.   Seating  250,  plus  bar  avail-­ able.  Full  menus  available.   802-­388-­4831,  dogteamca-­ tering.net.

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ALCOHOLICS  ANONY-­ MOUS   RIPTON   MEET-­ INGS:   Monday,   As   Bill   Sees   It   Meeting   7:15-­8:15   AM.   Thursday,   Grapevine   PARTY   RENTALS;   China,   Meeting  6:00-­7:00  PM.  Both   flatware,   glassware,   lin-­ held   at   Ripton   Firehouse,   ens.   Delivery   available.   Dugway  Rd. 802-­388-­4831. ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­

Public  Meetings AL-­ANON:   FOR   FAMI-­ LIES   and   friends   affected   by   someoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   drinking.   Members   share   experi-­ ence,  strength  and  hope  to   solve   common   problems.   N e w c o m e r s   w e l c o m e .   Confidential.   St.   Stephenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Church  (use  front  side  door   and   go   to   second   floor)   in   Middlebury,   Sunday   nights   7:15-­8:15pm. ALATEEN:   FOR   YOUNG   PEOPLE   whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve   been   af-­ fected  by  someoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  drink-­ ing.  Members  share  experi-­ ence,  strength,  hope  to  solve   common   problems.   Meets   Wednesdays   7:15-­8:15pm   downstairs  in  Turning  Point   Center   of  Addison   County   in  Middlebury  Marbleworks.   (Al-­Anon   meets   at   same   time  nearby  at  St.  Stephens   Church. ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   N O R T H   F E R -­ RISBURGH   MEETINGS:   Sunday,   Daily   Reflections   Meeting  6:00-­7:00  PM,  at  the   United   Methodist   Church,   Old  Hollow  Rd. ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   V E R G E N N E S   MEETINGS:   Sunday,   12   Step  Meeting  7:00-­8:00  PM.   Friday,  Discussion  Meeting   8:00-­9:00   PM.   Both   held   at   St.   Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Church,   Park   St.   Tuesday,   Discussion   Meeting   7:00-­8:00   PM,   at   the  Congregational  Church,   Water  St. ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ MOUS   BRISTOL   MEET-­ INGS:   Sunday,   Discussion   Meeting   4:00-­5:00   PM.   Wednesday,  12  Step  Meet-­ ing   7:00-­8:00   PM.   Friday,   Big  Book  Meeting,  6:00-­7:00   PM.  All  held  at  the  Federated   Church,  Church  St. ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ MOUS   BRANDON   MEET-­ INGS:  Monday,  Discussion   Meeting   7:30-­8:30   PM.   Wednesday,  12  Step  Meet-­ ing  7:00-­8:00  PM.  Friday,  12   Step  Meeting  7:00-­8:00  PM.   All   held   at   the   St.  Thomas   Episcopal   Church,   RT   7   South.

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ALCOHOLICS  ANONY-­ M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   M E E T I N G S   S AT U R -­ DAY:   Discussion   Meeting   9:00-­10:00  AM   at   the   Mid-­ dlebury   United   Methodist   Church.  Discussion  Meeting   10:00-­11:00  AM.   Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Meeting  Noon-­1:00  PM.  Be-­ ginners   Meeting   6:30-­7:30   MOUS  NEW  HAVEN  MEET-­ PM.  These   three   meetings   INGS:   Monday,   Big   Book   are  held  at  the  Turning  Point   Meeting  7:30-­8:30  PM  at  the   Center  in  the  Marbleworks,   Congregational  Church,  New   Middlebury. Haven  Village  Green. ARE  YOU  BOTHERED  by   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ someoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  drinking?  What-­ M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   ever   your   problems,   there   MEETINGS   SUNDAY:   12   are   those   of   us   who   have   Step   Meeting   9:00-­10:00   had  them  too.  We  invite  you   AM  held  at  the  Middlebury   to  our  Opening  Our  Hearts   United  Methodist  Church  on   Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Al-­Anon   group,   N.  Pleasant  Street.  Discus-­ meeting   every   Wednes-­ sion  Meeting  1:00-­2:00  PM   day   at   7:15   pm   upstairs   at   held   at   the   Turning   Point   St.Stephenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  on  the  Green   Center  in  the  Marbleworks,   in  Middlebury. Middlebury. BIBLICAL   RECOVERY   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ GROUP  Meeting,  Mondays   M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   6:30-­7:30pm  at  Grace  Bap-­ M E E T I N G S   M O N D AY:   tist  Church,  Merchants  Row,   As   Bill   Sees   It   Meeting   Middlebury.   psalm62minis-­ Noon-­1:00   PM.   Big   Book   tries.org  . Meeting  7:30-­8:30  PM.  Both   held   at   the   Turning   Point   BRAIN  INJURY  SUPPORT   Center  in  the  Marbleworks,   GROUP:   Survivors,   family   Middlebury. members   and   care   givers   are   invited   to   share   their   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ experience  in  a  safe,  secure   M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   and   confidential   environ-­ MEETINGS  TUESDAY:  11th   ment.   Meets   monthly   on   Step   Meeting   Noon-­1:00   the   second   Tuesday   from   PM.  ALTEEN   Group.   Both   6:00pm   to   8:00pm   at   the   held   at   Turning   Point,   228   Hannaford   Career   Center,   Maple  Street.  12  Step  Meet-­ Room  A214   (second   floor,   ing  Noon-­1:00  PM.  12  Step   an   elevator   is   available)   in   Meeting  7:30-­8:30  PM.  Both   Middlebury.  For  more  infor-­ held   at   the   Turning   Point   mation,   contact   Beth   Dia-­ Center  in  the  Marbleworks,   mond  802-­388-­9505. Middlebury. IS  LIFE  FEELING  like  a  con-­ ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ stant   struggle?   In   addition   M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   to  taking  over  your  life  and   MEETINGS  WEDNESDAY:   who   you   are   as   a   person?   Big  Book  Meeting  7:15-­8:15   Do  you  remember  when  the   AM  is  held  at  the  Middlebury   simplest  things  could  make   United  Methodist  Church  on   you  happy?  If  you  said  yes,   N.  Pleasant  Street.  Discus-­ come   to   the   Turningpoint   sion  Meeting  Noon-­1:00  PM.   Center   of  Addison   County   Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Meeting  5:30-­6:30   for  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Life  in  Transitionâ&#x20AC;?.  These   PM.  Both  held  at  The  Turn-­ recovery   meetings   are   for   ing  Point  Center  in  the  Mar-­ young   adults,   ages   16-­25,   bleworks,  Middlebury. with   any   kind   of   addiction.   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ Meetings  on  Mondays  and   M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   Fridays,  4-­5  pm,  at  the  cen-­ MEETINGS   THURSDAY:   ter   in   the   Marble   Works   in   Big  Book  Meeting  Noon-­1:00   Middlebury.   Our   support   PM   at   the   Turning   Point   system  will  help  you  make   Center  in  the  Marbleworks,   a  difference  in  your  life.  Stop   Middlebury.  Speaker  Meet-­ in,  even  if  it  is  just  to  talk.  Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   ing  7:30-­8:30  PM  at  St.  Ste-­ your  life,  choose  how  youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   phenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Church,  Main  St.(On   going  to  live  it. the  Green). OVEREATERS   ANONY-­ ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   MEETINGS   FRIDAY:   Dis-­ cussion  Meeting  Noon-­1:00   PM   at   the  Turning   Point   in   the   Marbleworks,   Middle-­ bury.

MOUS:  SATURDAYS   at   Lawrence   Memorial   Li-­ brary,   1:00pm.   40   North   Street,   Bristol.   For   info   call:   802-­453-­2368   or   802-­388-­7081.

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VERMONT  FOR  4  YEARS! Country Home Products, Inc., worldwide marketer of DRÂŽ brand of outdoor power equipment, is looking for Seasonal Customer Service Professionals to staff our busy inbound call center at our Vergennes, Vermont, facility. IF YOU POSSESS solid computer skills, enjoy working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment and are a proven problem solver, then CHP wants to hear from you. Â&#x2021;SHUKRXUSOXVSDLGLQFHQWLYHSURJUDPV Â&#x2021;+RXUVDUHSULPDULO\GD\VZLWKWKHRFFDVLRQDOHDUO\ evening or Saturday. If you enjoy working in a challenging yet fun environment, we want to hear from you! Please apply to: https://home.eease.adp.com/ recruit/?id=3134251

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For  Rent

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Real  Estate

SEAMSTRESS  NEEDED   who   can   make   simple   drawstring   pants   for   my   8   year  old  girl.  I  hate  what  the   stores   are   selling!   We   live   just   outside   of   Middlebury.   Please   send   email   to:   angelforhire7@gmail.com  .

THE  BARREL   MAN:   55   gallon  Plastic  and  Metal  bar-­ rels.  Several  types:  55  gal-­ lon  rain  barrels  with  faucets,   Food  grade  with  removable   locking  covers,  plastic  food   grade   with   spin-­on   covers   (pickle  barrels).  Many  types   of  barrels  including  275  gal-­ lon   food   grade   totes.   55   gallon  salt  /  sand  barrels  PT   legs.   Delivery   available.   802-­453-­4235.

BRISTOL;  2   BEDROOM   apartment   ready   for   oc-­ cupancy.   3   miles   from   village   stop   light   in   nice   community   neighborhood.   Call  802-­453-­4207,  Reg  or   Brenda.

VERGENNES:  EP   MAN-­ AGEMENT  has  the  follow-­ ing  units  available  at  Willow   Apartments  for  55  and  older   individuals:  2  BD  single  fam-­ ily   unit.   Rent   is   $765   plus   tenant   pays   utilities.   1   BD   Section   8   subsidized   unit.   Tenant  pays  about  30%  of   adjusted   monthly   income   for  rent  and  utilities,  income   limits   apply.   Located   on   a   quiet  dead  end  street  with   nice  lawn  space.  Coin  oper-­ ated  laundry  room  on  site.   For  an  application  or  addi-­ tional  information  call  Patty   Howard  at  EP  Management,   Corp  at  1-­802-­775-­1100  or   pattyhoward@epmanage-­ ment.com.  EHO.

FARM  FOR  SALE:  Rt  116   in  Bristol.  349  acres,  1810   farmhouse,  2  sheds.  40  ac   tillable.   300   ac   woodland.   Restricted  by  easement  and   option   to   purchase   at   ag   value.  Vermont  Land  Trust   seeks  buyers  who  will  farm   commercially.   $190,000.   Contact   Jon   Ramsay   at   802-­533-­7705  or  jramsay@ vlt.org  or  www.vlt.org  /  farr  .

SERVER.  EXPERIENCED   SERVER   for   part   or   full   time,   year   round   position.   Attention   to   detail,   great   communication   skills   and   enthusiasm   required.   Pas-­ sion  for  local  food  and  farm   to   table   cuisine   beneficial.   2-­4   dinner   shifts   per   week   including   weekends   and   holidays.  For  interview  call   Doug  at  Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Restaurant   at  The  Inn  at  Baldwin  Creek.   802-­453-­2432. SHARED   LIVING   PRO-­ VIDER:   Young   man   with   a   developmental   disability   in   his  30s  seeking  a  home  in   Bristol  area.  Ideal  would  be   a  couple  with  no  children  or   older   children.   He   enjoys   listening  to  music,  going  out   for  coffee,  lunch   and   other   social   activities.   Support   needed  in  learning  indepen-­ dent  living  skills.  He  would   benefit  from  structured  home   environment.   Behavioral   management   skills   a   plus.   Generous   annual   tax-­free   stipend   of   $28,000   plus   room   and   board   payment   of  around  $7200,  as  well  as   respite   budget.   Call   Rocky   Fucile  at  Community  Associ-­ ates  at  802-­388-­4021.

For  Sale

For  Rent 2   BEDROOM   UPSTAIRS   apartment.   $1145  /  mo.   In-­ cludes   electricity,   hot   wa-­ ter,  heat,  rubbish  removal.   No   pets.   Security   deposit.   802-­453-­4037. 4000   SQUARE   FEET   or   less.   Professional   Office   space  in  Middlebury,  multi-­   room,   receptionist   desk.   Ground  level,  parking,  hand-­ icapped-­accessible.  Avail-­ able  now.  802-­558-­6092.

$200.  Winter   price   $150.   BRISTOL  2  BEDROOM  Mo-­ Delivery   available.   Call   bile  home,  located  in  small,   802-­453-­4235. clean  park.  802-­453-­4027,   Reg  or  Brenda.



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EAST  MIDDLEBURY:   1   bedroom   apartment   in-­ cludes   heat,   hot   water,   electricity,  rubbish  /  recycle;   walk   to   post   office   and   lo-­ cal   stores.   No   pets.   Ref-­ erences   and   deposit.   Call   802-­388-­7716. EP  MANAGEMENT  COR-­ PORATION   has   1   and   2   bd   units   available   at   Park   Village  Apartments,  Market   unit,  Section  8  units  and  Tax   Credit   units.   Some   units   are  income  based.  On-­site   laundry  room  and  elevator.   24   hour   emergency   main-­ tenance.  For  an  application   or   additional   information   contact   Patty   Howard   at   1-­802-­775-­1100  x2  or  email   pattyhowards@epmanage-­ ment.com.  EHO.

BRANDON  2   BR   $650   +   utilities.  802-­773-­9107  www. MIDDLEBURY   1   BED-­ ROOM   apartment   near   thefuccicompany.com  . downtown.   Appliances,   BRANDON;   PRIVATE,   lease,  security  deposit.  No   GROUND  floor,  2  bedroom   pets.   Real-­Net   Manage-­ apartment.   Newly   reno-­ ment,  Inc.  802-­388-­4994. vated.   $800  /  mo.   includes   heat.  References,  deposit.   MIDDLEBURY   OFFICE   No  pets.  No  smoking.  Call   SPACE:  Ground  floor  Court   St.  location.  Off  street  park-­ Kathy  802-­352-­4302. ing.   600   to   2,000   sq.   ft.   BRANDON;  QUIET  neigh-­ Real-­Net  Management,  Inc.   borhood,  completely  reno-­ 802-­388-­4994. vated  2  bedroom  apartment.   Heat  /  hot  water  included.  No   MIDDLEBURY;   3   BED-­ pets.   Lease.   References   ROOM   apartment.   All   in-­ and  credit  check.  First,  last   clusive,  $1700  /  mo.  All  new.   and  security  deposit.  $875  /   Available  April.  388-­4831.

BULK  SALT   AND   salted   month.  802-­247-­3708. sand;   loaded   or   delivered.   Livingston  Farm  Landscape.   BRIDPORT;  1  BEDROOM,   bath  and  4-­room  apartment   802-­453-­2226. with   porch  /  lawn.   Washer   INT   2   YARD   Articulated   /  dryer,   heat  /  hot   water   in-­ bucket   loader   in   real   good   cluded.   No   smoking,   no   condition.   $12,000.   Call   pets.   References.   $775  /   518-­569-­0957. month  plus  security  deposit.   M A P L E   S A P   TO T E S ,   Only   living   unit   in   build-­ 275   gallon,   food   grade.   ing.   For   more   info,   David   Used   once.   Summer   price   802-­758-­2546.

MOâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S  COUNTRY   RAB-­ BITS:   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   negotia-­ ble   price.   Many   different   breeds   including   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Giantsâ&#x20AC;?.   May   be   seen   by   appoint-­ ment.   Call   Mo   Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keefe   at   802-­349-­8040.  Great  Meat.   Great  Pets.  Great  Prices.

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BRISTOL  LARGE  DOUBLE   Wide   in   small   clean   park.   4   bedrooms,   2   full   bath.   Recently   remodeled,   new   carpets.   Includes   master   suite   with   private   bath.   802-­453-­4207,   Reg   or   Brenda.

lace  Realty.  802-­453-­4670. B R I S T O L :   2   B E D -­ ROOM,   quiet   building.   Lease,   references,   credit   check.   No   pets.   $625  /  mo.   802-­453-­3712.

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145  ACRES   AVAILABLE   for  five  year  lease.  Organic   preferred.  $5500  per  year.   First   and   last   year   rent   paid  at  signing  of  contract.   619-­208-­2939.   www.land-­ VERGENNES:  SPACIOUS   woodwater.com  . 2   Bedroom.   Downtown.   HAY   FOR   SALE.   100   big   $900  /  month   includes   heat   square   bales   of   first   cut   and   hot   water.   Off   street   grass   hay.   50   big   square   garage  parking.  Please  call   bales   of   second   cut   grass   802-­393-­9080. hay.   Both   good   quality.   W E E K LY   R E N T A L S   802-­352-­6694. A V A I L A B L E .   C o n -­ HAY   FOR   SALE:   Small   tact   802-­388-­4091   and   square   bales.   First   cut,   802-­388-­4935. second   cut,   and   mulch.   WEYBRIDGE;   1   BED-­ Delivery   available.   Call   ROOM   furnished   cottage   for   pricing.   802-­453-­4481,   2   miles   from   Middlebury.   8 0 2 -­ 3 4 9 -­ 9 2 8 1 ,   o r   Great  view,  screened  porch,   802-­989-­1004. washer,  dryer,  dishwasher.   HAY  FOR  SALE;  first  and   Pets  ok.  $850  /  mo.  plus  utili-­ second  cut.  Call  352-­4686. ties.   References,   deposit.   ihwashington@gmavt.net  . SAWDUST;  STORED  AND   undercover.  Large  tandem   silage  truck  $600,  delivered.   Large   single   axle   dump   $250,  delivered.  Single  axle   dump  $185,  delivered.  Pick   up   also   available.   Phone   order  and  credit  cards  ac-­ cepted.  802-­453-­2226.

MIDDLEBURY;  EXCEP-­ TIONAL  BRAND  new,  sec-­ ond   floor   studio   with   full   kitchen  and  bath.  Includes:   heat,   hw,   electric,   trash,   washer  /  dryer.   $1075  /  mo.   No   pets   or   smoking.   Call   Karen   at   Lang   McLaughry   Real  Estate.  802-­388-­1977.

Cars FREE  JUNK   CAR   RE-­ MOVAL.   Cash   paid   for   some   complete   cars.   Call   388-­0432  or  388-­2209.

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NEW  HAVEN   2   Bedroom   apartment  available  Febru-­ ary  1.  No  smoking,  no  pets.   Heat   and   electric,   rubbish   removal,   snow   removal   included.   Car   port.   $850   /  month.   Security   deposit   and  first  month  rent.  Refer-­ ences.  802-­989-­9117.

NEW  HAVEN;   LARGE   1   bedroom  apartment  (could   be   used   as   2   bedroom).   Includes:   carport,   heat,   electricity,  rubbish  removal.   No  pets.  No  smoking.  Refer-­ BRISTOL   LARGE   ONE   ences   required.   $850  /  mo.   bedroom  apartment.  Walk-­ Call  802-­989-­9117,  Mike. ing   distance   to   town.   No   pets.   No   smoking.   $700  /   RIPTON   TWO   bedroom   month  and  utilities  and  de-­ second  floor  apartment  with   deck,   600s.f.   $650  /  month   posit.  Call  802-­388-­0730. plus   utilities.   No   pets.   No   OUTBOARD  MOTORS:  An-­ BRISTOL,   LARGE   ONE   smoking.  Call  382-­8567. tique  and  small  outboards.   /  PLUS   Bedroom   Apt.   Ef-­ Cleaning   out   shop,   winter   ficient   gas   heat,   includes   RV,   BOAT   AND   HEATED   prices.  802-­453-­4235. water   and   sewer,   no   pets  /   MOTORCYCLE   STOR-­ smoking,  $700  plus  electric   A G E   A v a i l a b l e .   C a l l   and  heat,  call  Tom  at  Wal-­ 802-­453-­5563.

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1998  FORD  RANGER  XLT,   super   cab,   white.   4x4,   4   liter   V-­6.  Automatic   trans-­ mission.   102,500   miles.   $3850.   Call   802-­758-­2377   for  information.

D R Y  F I R E W O O D .   A L L   h a r d w o o d .   $ 2 5 0   /  c ord;   cut,   split,   deliv-­ Wanted e r e d .   8 0 2 -­ 3 5 2 -­ 1 0 3 4 ,   802-­349-­5457. WANTED   TO   BUY   1   item   DRY   FIREWOOD.   CUT,   or  houseful.  Also  old  books.   s p l i t   a n d   d e l i v e r e d .   Call  Blue  Willow  Antiques.   802-­247-­5333. 802-­388-­7300.

SELF-­STORAGE,  8X10   WANTED:   TWO   THREE   units.   Your   lock   and   key,   FIREWOOD,  cut,  split  and   drawer  single  file  cabinets.   delivered.   Green   or   sea-­ $50  /  m onth.   Middlebury.   soned.   Call   Tom   Shepard   Good,  clean  condition.  Call   802-­558-­6092. Pam  at  802-­388-­4944. at  453-­4285. TWO-­  BAY  GARAGE,  de-­ posit,   references.   Middle-­ MOUNTAIN   ROAD   FIRE-­ WOOD:  50  cords  dry  hard-­ bury.  802-­558-­6092. wood  for  sale.  Call  for  price.   802-­759-­2095.

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Article 1: Shall  the  voters  of  the  Starksboro  Town  School  District  appropriate  $2,586,691  necessary  for  the  support  of  Robinson  Elementary                                  School  for  the  year  beginning  July  1,  2013? Article 2: To  see  if  the  voters  of  the  Starksboro  Town  School  District  will  authorize  the  Starksboro  Town  School  District  Board  of  Directors                                    to  borrow  money  by  issuance  of  bonds  or  notes  not  in  excess  of  anticipated  revenue  for  the  school  year,  as  provided  in  16                                    V.S.A.  s562  (9). Article 3: To  transact,  vote  and  act  upon  any  further  non-­binding  business  which  may  legally  come  before  this  meeting.

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Article 11: Shall  the  voters  of  the  town  vote  the  following  sums  of  money  for  the  listed  In-­Town  requests? Starksboro  Cooperative  Preschool            4000 Robinson  Mentoring  Program                      500 Starksboro  First  Response                7500 Starksboro  Sports  Program              2500 Starksboro  School  Age  Program  (RASY)                425 Starksboro  Volunteer  Fire  Department                                          20000               TOTAL  IN-­TOWN  REQUESTS                                  35925 Article 12: Shall  the  voters  of  the  town  vote  the  following  sums  of  money  for  the  listed  Out-­of-­Town  requests? AC  Home  Health  &  Hospice                              1964          AC  Humane  Society                   500 AC  Parent/Child  Center                            1600          AC  Readers                 350 AC  Transit  Resources                            1493          American  Red  Cross                 500               Bristol  Family  Center                                          500                          Bristol  Rec  Center                                        2200 Bristol  Rescue  Squad                            4000          Champlain  Valley  Agency  on  Aging                                    1300 Counseling  Service  of  Addison  County                                        2200          Elderly  Services,  Inc                      900 Green  Up  Vermont                                            100          HOPE  (formerly  ACCAG)                                      1750 Hospice  Volunteer  Services                                350          John  W.  Graham  Emergency  Shelter  Services,  Inc        970 Lewis  Creek  Association                                550                        Northern  VT  RC&D  Council               100 Open  Door  Clinic                                  250            Otter  Creek  Natural  Resources  Conservation  Dist          176 RSVP                                  180          Vermont  Adult  Learning                 700   Vermont  Assoc.  for  the  Blind  &  Visually  Impaired              500          Vermont  Center  for  Independent  Living                     250                   WomenSafe                              1000          TOTAL  OUT-­OF-­TOWN  REQUESTS                              24383           Article 13:    Shall  the  voters  of  the  town  vote  that  property  owned  by  the  Starksboro  Volunteer  Fire  Department  be  exempt  from  property                                        taxes? Article 14: Shall  the  voters  designate  the  Town  of  Starksboro  as  a  Property  Assessed  Clean  Energy  (PACE)  District  to  enable  participating   SURSHUW\RZQHUVWRDFFHVVIXQGLQJIRUHOLJLEOHHQHUJ\HIÂżFLHQF\DQGUHQHZDEOHHQHUJ\SURMHFWVDQGWKHQSD\EDFNWKHFRVWDVD                                      regular  municipal  assessment  on  that  property  ownerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  property  tax  or  other  municipal  bill  as  provided  for  by  24  V.S.A.  Chapter                                        87  (Section  3261  et  seq.)  and  authorize  the  Selectboard  to  enter  into  an  agreement  with  Vermont  Energy  Investment   &RUSRUDWLRQGED(IÂżFLHQF\9HUPRQWWRRSHUDWHWKH3$&(SURJUDP Article 15:  Shall  the  voters  of  the  town  vote  the  Real  Estate  taxes  to  be  paid,  without  discount,  to  the  Treasurer  on  or  before  Friday,                                            November  1,  2013,  at  5:00  pm  becoming  delinquent  after  November  1,  2013  at  5:00  pm?    Taxes  must  be  received  by  this  time,                                        postmarks  are  not  considered  receipt.    Taxes  may  be  paid  in  installments  on  August  1st,  September  1st,  and  November  1st,      2013. Article 16:    To  transact,  vote  and  act  upon  any  further  non-­binding  business  which  may  legally  come  before  this  meeting. Dated  at  Starksboro,  this  22th  day  of  January,  A.D.  2013 2/7 Bonita  Bedard,  Susan  Jefferies,  Louis  Dupont,  Peter  Marsh,  Dennis  Hysko,  Mathew  Norris

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STATE OF VERMONT

CIVIL DIVISION DOCKET NO. 85-­4-­12 ANCV

THE  BANK  OF  NEW  YORK  MELLON  F/K/A  THE    BANK  OF  NEW  YORK,  AS  TRUSTEE   FOR   THE    CERTIFICATEHOLDERS   OF   THE   CWABS,   INC.,    ASSET-­BACKED   CERTIFICATES,  SERIES  2006-­14   Plaintiff                    v.   DIANE  H.  CONSTANT;    WILLOW  POINT  HOMEOWNERS  ASSOCIATION;   Defendants   NOTICE OF SALE By   virtue   and   in   execution   of   the   Power   of   Sale   contained   in   a   certain   mortgage   given   by  Diane  H.  Constant  to  Mortgage  Electronic  Registration  Systems,  Inc.,  as  nominee  for   Countrywide   Home   Loans,   Inc.   dated   July   25,   2006   and   recorded   in   Book   67   at   Page   381  of    the  City/Town  of  Bridport  Land  Records,  of  which  mortgage  the  undersigned  is  the   present  holder  by  Assignment  of  Mortgage  recorded  on  July  27,  2009  in  Book  74  at  Page   437,  for  breach  of  the  conditions  of  said  mortgage  and  for  the  purpose  of  foreclosing  the   same  will  be  sold  at  Public  Auction  at  11:30  a.m.  on  March  5,  2013  at  123  Goosebay  Drive,   Bridport,  VT  05734  all  and  singular  the  premises  described  in  said  mortgage,    To  Wit:  Being  Lot  #5  of  the  Willow  Point  Planned  Residential  Development,  as  described  in  the   Declaration  of  Protective  Covenants  and  Restrictions  dated  October  30,  1990  and  recorded   in  the  Town  of  Addison  Land  Records  in  Book  50  at  Pages  479-­504,  and  recorded  in  the   Town   of   Bridport   Land   Records   on   November   20,   1990,   in   Book   35   at   Pages   226-­251,   together   with   all   rights   and   interests   appurtenant   to   said   lot   pursuant   to   the   terms   and   conditions  of  said  Declaration,  and  all  rights  and  interest  in  the  common  elements,  including   limited  common  use  area  â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Aâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;,  described  in  the  Declaration  of  Protective  Covenants  conveyed   to  Willow  Point  Association,  Ltd.  by  deed  of  Goose  Bay  Estates,  Incorporated  and  Peter   C.  Holmberg  dated  October  30,  1990  and  recorded  in  the  Bridport  Land  Records  in  Book   35  at  Pages  223-­225,  and  recorded  in  the  Addison  Land  Records  in  Book  50,  Pages  476-­ 478,  and  more  fully  described  in  a  Quit-­Claim  Deed  from  Goose  Bay  Estates,  Incorporated   to  Willow  Point  Association,  Ltd.,  dated  May  8,  1991,  and  recorded  in  the  Bridport  Land   Records  in  Book  51  at  Pages  270-­272,  together  with  all  rights  and  interests  appurtenant  to   said  common  elements      Meaning  and  intending  to  mortgage  the  same  premises  by  deed   GDWHG-XO\DQGUHFRUGHGZLWKWKH%ULGSRUW7RZQ2IÂżFH/DQG5HFRUGVDW%RRN 58,  Page  330.    Plaintiff  may  adjourn  this  Public  Auction  one  or  more  times  for  a  total  time  not  exceeding   30  days,  without  further  court  order,  and  without  publication  or  service  of  a  new  notice  of   sale,  by  announcement  of  the  new  sale  date  to  those  present  at  each  adjournment.  Terms   RI6DOHWREHSDLGLQFDVKRUE\FHUWLÂżHGFKHFNE\WKHSXUFKDVHUDWWKHWLPH RIVDOHZLWKWKHEDODQFHGXHDWFORVLQJ3URRIRIÂżQDQFLQJIRUWKHEDODQFHRIWKHSXUFKDVH to  be  provided  at  the  time  of  sale.  The  sale  is  subject  to  taxes  due  and  owing  to  the  Town   of  Bridport.    The  Mortgagor  is  entitled  to  redeem  the  premises  at  any  time  prior  to  the  sale  by  paying   the  full  amount  due  under  the  mortgage,  including  the  costs  and  expenses  of  the  sale.      Other  terms  to  be  announced  at  the  sale. 7KH%DQNRI1HZ<RUN0HOORQIND7KH%DQNRI1HZ<RUNDV7UXVWHHIRUWKH&HUWLÂżFDWH KROGHUVRIWKH&:$%6,QF$VVHW%DFNHG&HUWLÂżFDWHV6HULHV5LFKDUG-9ROSH Esq.,  Shechtman,  Halperin,  Savage,  LLP,  1080  Main  Street,  Pawtucket,  RI    02860,  877-­ 575-­1400,  Attorney  for  Plaintiff.                              2/7,  14,  21

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MIDDLEBURY CEMETERY ASSOCIATION REQUEST FOR BIDS

Requests  bids  for  mowing  and  trimming  the   Middlebury  Cemetery  for  the  2013  season.   Please  submit  bids  and  proof  of  insurance   by  Feb.  15  to:  P.O.  Box  944,  Middlebury,  VT   05753.                                                    1/28,  31,  2/4,  7,  11,  14

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 The   Addison   Development   Review   Board  will  convene  three  public  hearings   on  Monday, Feb. 25, 2013    at    7:00  p.m. at   the   Addison   Central   School,   to   consider  the  following  applications:     1.   John   B.   Spencer,   applicant   and   co-­landowner   with   his   brothers   David   &   Thomas   Spencer,   (Application   #   13-­02),   a   2-­lot   subdivision,   property   located   on   VT   RTE   22A   North   of   Old   Stone   House   Road   (tax   map   ID#   06-­01-­16.1)   involving   the   division   of   11.24   +/-­   acres   with   an   existing   dwelling   from   the   parent   parcel   of   88.0   +/-­   acres   in   accordance   with   the   provisions   of   Article   II   and   III   of   the   Townâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   subdivision   regulations.     The   present   &   proposed   future   use   of   the   new  property  is  agriculture/residential. 2.   Jeffrey   Gosliga   (Application   #13-­ 04)  for  a  variance  to  the  minimum  front-­ yard     setback   distance   requirement   of   S.   2.4   Table   2.2   (D)   of   the   Townâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   zoning   regulations   to   authorize   the   issuance  of  a  zoning  permit  (#13-­3)  for   an  addition  to  the  existing  dwelling  on   the   Gosliga   Farm   property   on   Sunset   Lane  (tax  map  ID#  05-­00-­11). 3.   David   Larson   (Application   #   13-­ 07)   for   conditional-­use   approval   in   accordance   with   the   provisions   of   S.   Table   2.2   (C)   of   the   Townâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   zoning   regulations   to   authorize   the   issuance   of   a   zoning   permit   (#13-­6)   for   the   conversion  of  the  existing  single-­family   dwelling   on   his   property   on   Mountain   Road   Extension   (tax   map   ID#   16-­00-­ 08)  to  a  duplex  (two-­family)  dwelling.     The   applications   are   available   for   LQVSHFWLRQ DW WKH 7RZQ &OHUNÂśV 2IÂżFH Interested   parties   who   wish   to   appeal   or  to  be  heard  at  the  hearing  may  do  so   in  person,  or  may  be  represented  by  an   agent   or   an   attorney.     Communications   UHODWLQJ WR WKH DSSOLFDWLRQ PD\ EH ÂżOHG in  writing  with  the  Board  either  before  or   during  the  hearings.           N.B.:   Participation   in   a   hearing   is   necessary   to   establish   status   as   an   â&#x20AC;&#x153;interested   personâ&#x20AC;?   and   the   right   to   appeal   a   decision   rendered   in   that   hearing,   according   to   the   provisions   of     24   V.S.A.   117   S.S.4464   (a)   (1)   (C),   4465(b)   and   4471   (a).   Participation   consists   of   offering,   through   oral   or   written   testimony,   evidence   or   a   statement  of  concern  directly  related  to   the  subject  of  the  hearing.                                                              Respectively  Submitted, John  Spencer,  Chair; Starr  Phillips,  Secretary (:+DQVRQ$GPLQLVWUDWLYH2IÂżFHU 2/7


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Local  students  to  compete  in     4th  Vermont  Brain  Bee  at  UVM BURLINGTON   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   More   than   a   dozen  Addison   County   high   school-­ ers   are   scheduled   to   compete   in   the   fourth   annual   Vermont   Regional   Brain   Bee   this   Saturday,   Feb.   9.   The   competition   will   be   held   at   the   University  of  Vermont  in  the  Medical   Education  Building  from  8:30  a.m.  to   3  p.m. 7KLVLVDQHYHQWÂżOOHGZLWKDFWLYL-­ ties,   examinations   (both   written   and   oral),   brain   tours,   a   panel   discus-­ sion   and   a   keynote   address   on   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Adolescents,  Impulsivity  and  Brain   Function.â&#x20AC;? Rae   Nishi,   director   of   the   UVM   Graduate  Neuroscience  Program,  and  

Mark  Stefani,   Middlebury   in  Addison   County.   College   neuroscience   Those  local  students   professor,   have   developed   include   four   from   questions   from   the   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Brain   Vergennes:   Lily   Factsâ&#x20AC;?   book   to   be   used   in   Hubbard,   Hannah   both   the   written   and   oral   Hatch,   Jonathan   portions   of   the   competi-­ Welch   and   Casey   tion.   The   questions   will   Lynn   Brinkman;Íž   be   reviewed   this   week   by   seven   from   Mount   the   UVM   neuroscience   Abraham:   Hannah   Funk,   undergraduate   students   for   Cassie   Mayer,   Brittany   GLIÂżFXOW\OHYHOIRUWKHVHKLJK Williams,   Mahli   Knutson,   school  students. Forrest   Wallace,   John   Mlcuch   This   year   there   will   be   a   and   Spencer   Griswold;Íž   and   total  of  35  participants  from   three   from   Middlebury:   Jonah   eight  schools  and  14  partici-­ Lefkoe,   Sonia   Howlett   and   pants   are   from   union   high   schools   Marcello  Hanta-­Davis.

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FERRISBURGH  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Ferrisburgh   is   holding   a   Moonlight   Skate   on   Saturday,   Feb.   9,   from   5:30-­8   p.m.   at  the  Ferrisburgh  skating  rink  by  the   Ferrisburgh   Central   School.   Come   and   enjoy   this   fun   outdoor   winter   event.  Food  and  drinks  will  be  avail-­ able  for  purchase.  For  more  informa-­ tion,  contact  Marthand@gmavt.net. Another   fun   event   and   fundraiser,   Supermarket  Bingo,  is  scheduled  for   Saturday,   March   16,   in   the   VUHS   Middle   School   gym   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   details   will   be   announced   in   the   FCS   Backpack   Express,   which   is   posted   weekly   on   the   schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   website.   Also,   the   Backpack   Express   will   have   the   dates   and   other   details   about   the   upcoming   Ferrisburgh   Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Theater  performance  of  a  play  about   a  Scottish  tale  of  fairies.  Please  come   out  and  support  our  children  as  they   experience   what   it   is   like   to   act   in   front   of   an   audience,   some   for   the   ÂżUVW WLPH DQG RWKHUV IRU WKHLU ÂżQDO time   in   grade   school.  The   next   FCS   school  board  meeting  will  be  held  on   Thursday,  Feb.  14,  at  6:30  p.m.  in  the   FCS   art   room.   Ferrisburgh   residents   are  always  encouraged  to  attend  these   meetings.   The  Ferrisburgh  Grangeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  monthly   meeting   will   be   on   Saturday,   Feb.   9   at   2   p.m.   at   the   Ferrisburgh  Town   Hall   and   Community   Center.   This   monthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  meeting  will  feature  a  presi-­ dential  theme,  in  honor  of  Presidentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   Day   on   Feb.18.   The   Grangeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   famous  â&#x20AC;&#x153;King  Pedeâ&#x20AC;?  card  parties  will   continue   throughout   the   winter.   The   February   parties   are   scheduled   for   the  Saturdays  of  Feb.  9  and  Feb.  23   at   6:30   p.m.  These   get-­togethers   are   held   at   the   Ferrisburgh   Town   Hall   and   Community   Center   and   begin   with  a  sandwich  supper  and  then  on   to  an  evening  of  fun  and  card  games.   All  are  welcome  to  these  events. Mark  your  calendars  for  the  famous   annual   Black   and   White   Cabaret   at   the  Vergennes  Union  Middle  School   gym   on   Thursday,   Feb.   14,   at   6:30   p.m.   This   event   allows   our   music   students  to  showcase  their  vocal  and   instrumental  skills  and  also  serves  as   a  fundraiser    for  the  Vergennes  Music   Department.   Come   in   elegant   dress   and   be   prepared   for   an   enjoyable   evening  of  wonderful  music  and  deli-­ cious  desserts. FCS  welcomed  Joni  White-­Hansen   to   the   school   for   an   entire   week   of   Circus   Smirkus   fun.   The   students   spent   the   week   juggling,   balancing   plates  and  feathers,  trying  their  hand   at   devil   sticks   and   diabolos.  A   good   time   was   had   by   all   as   the   students   worked   on   concentration   and   sharp-­ ening   their   skills   for   the   big   show   at   Vergennes   Union   Middle   School,   which  was  held  on  Friday  night,  Feb.   1.  Each  class  performed  in  front  of  a   full  house  of  families  who  came  out   to  see  what  the  students  had  learned   during   their   week.   This   is   the   third   time  that  FCS  has  welcomed  Circus   Smirkus   for   the   artist-­in-­residence   program.  The  entire  week  was  spon-­ sored   by   the   FCS   PTO   with   gener-­ ous   donations   from   Neat   Repeats,   Otter   Creek   Engineering,   Cookie   Love  and  the  FCS  families.  For  more          

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information  on  Circus  Smirkus,  visit   www.smirkus.org.   Recently   there   have   been   several   events   of   break-­ins   or   attempted   break-­ins   at   homes   in   Ferrisburgh   and   the   surrounding   area.  A   general   meeting   for   Ferrisburgh   residents   is   being   planned   so   that   homeowners   can   learn   more   about   what   they   can   do  to  reduce  the  likelihood  that  they   may   become   a   victim   of   robbery   or   vandalism.   The   meeting   will   take   place  in  February,  the  time  and  place   is  yet  to  be  determined.  Meanwhile,   residents   should   employ   common-­ sense   protective   measures   such   as   always  locking  their  houses  and  cars,   installing   motion   sensors,   and   being   vigilant   for   strangers   in   the   neigh-­ borhood.   For   more   information   or   updates,   contact   Sally   Kerschner   at   smwkersch@comcast.net. The  Ferrisburgh  Historical  Society   welcomes  all  who  have  an  interest  in   Vermont   history   to   attend   a   presen-­ tation   by   local   history   expert   Dan  

Upcoming Events Saturday,  Feb.  9       Moonlight  Skate       Grangeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  monthly  meeting     â&#x20AC;&#x153;King  Pedeâ&#x20AC;?  card  party     Saturday,  Feb.  14     The  Black  &  White  Cabaret     Thursday,  Feb.  23     â&#x20AC;&#x153;King  Pedeâ&#x20AC;?  card  party     Tuesday,  March  5     Town  Meeting     Saturday,  March  16     Supermarket  Bingo  

Cole  at   the   Ferrisburgh   Town   Hall/ Community   Center   on   Wednesday,   Feb.   13,   at   7   p.m.  The   presentation,   titled   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pills   &   Potions,   Liquor   &   Laudanum:   Medicine   in   the   Civil   War   Era,â&#x20AC;?   includes   vivid   images   of   medical   treatments   available   to   soldiers   of   the   Civil   War   era.   The   talk  is  partially  based  on  letters  writ-­ ten   between   soldiers   from   the   local   area   and   their   families,   including   the   plight   of   a   Cassius   Frederick   Newell,   who   was   baptized   at   the   Congregational  Church  in  Charlotte.   Newell  joined  the  ranks  of  the  Union   Army   as   a   private   at   the   age   of   16,   having   run   away   from   home   to   do   VRDQGGLHGLQ&KDUORWWHÂśVÂżUVW reported  soldierâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  death. As   with   60   percent   of   casualties   of  the  Civil  War,  Newellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  death  was   attributed   not   to   wounds   incurred   in   battle,   but   to   dysentery   and   diar-­ rhea,   which   was   rampant   through-­ out   battalions   on   both   sides   of   the   FRQĂ&#x20AC;LFW 7\SKXV PHDVOHV VFXUY\ diphtheria   and   mumps   were   also   root   causes   for   the   deaths   of   many   soldiers.   Upon   their   return,   many   soldiers   were   emaciated,   malnour-­ ished  and  crippled  due  to  the  level  of   medical  care  they  received.  Many  of   those   who   survived   to   return   home   from  battle  would  then  have  to  battle   chronic   pain   and   stress   throughout   their  remaining  years. Dan  has  a  bachelor  of  arts  degree   in   history   and   literature   from   the   University   of   Vermont   and   is   a   freelance   researcher,   writer   and   genealogist   living   with   his   family   in   Charlotte.   He   spoke   as   a   guest   lecturer   at   the   Cambridge   Historical   Societyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Civil   War   Days,   selected   by   the   governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Sesquicentennial   Commission   as   one   of   the   top   10   Civil  War  events  for  2012.  Dan  is  one   of   the   â&#x20AC;&#x153;bloodhoundsâ&#x20AC;?   for   Civil   War   DXWKRU +RZDUG &RIÂżQ Âł)XOO 'XW\´

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Nine  Months   to   Gettysburgâ&#x20AC;?   and   â&#x20AC;&#x153;The   Battered   Starsâ&#x20AC;?),   researching   Shelburne   and   Charlotte   Civil   War   sites.   For   more   information,   contact   Gail  Blasius,  425-­4505. The  Vergennes  Union  Middle/High   School   Commodore   Parent   Teacher   Group   is   always   welcoming   new   members  to  help  with  their  growing   list   of   initiatives   including   Back   to   School   Night,   the   annual   Rummage   Sale,  baking  snacks  during  NECAPs,   and   fundraising   to   support   academ-­ ics.   The   next   meeting   is   Monday,   Feb.   25,   at   7   p.m.   in   the   VUHS   library.   All   parents   are   welcome   to   participate   so   please   contact   Carla   Mayo  at  cmayo@anwsu.org  for  more   information. The   Commodore   Parent   Group   is   pleased   to   announce   two   grant   recipients   for   its   inaugural   enrich-­ ment  grant  program.  Jeff  Meyers  and   Ralph   Bernardini   received   a   $500   grant   to   support   their   eighth-­grade   transition   team.  The   group   of   10-­12   students   will   carry   out   two   exciting   SURMHFWV7KH ÂżUVW LV WR EXLOG D VROLG red   oak   table   using   hand   tools.   The   second  is  to  manufacture  simple  tools   and   household   objects,   with   help   from   the   Lake   Champlain   Maritime   Museum   Blacksmith   Program.   The   Vergennes   Oratorical   Guild   is   a   new   extra-­curricular   organization   that   competes   in   statewide   speech   and   debate   events.  The   Commodore   award  of  $255  will  allow  the  guild  to   register   with   the   national   organiza-­ tions,   thereby   allowing   the   students   to  qualify  for  and  participate  in  events   beyond  the  state  level. Town   Meeting   is   on   Tuesday,   March  5.  Polls  are  open  from  7  a.m.   to  7  p.m.  and  the  actual  town  meet-­ ing  session  will  begin  at  10  a.m.  All   events   will   be   at   the   Ferrisburgh   Central   School.   Everyone   should   review   the   town   annual   report   and   plan   to   participate   in   this   valu-­ able   event   that   is   at   the   core   of   our   democratic   approach   to   our   town   governance.   Also,   the   Ferrisburgh   Daisy  Girl  Scouts  will  be  selling  their   famous  cookies  in  the  FCS  lobby  at   town  meeting  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  so  bring  your  cash   or  checkbook  to  buy  those  Thin  Mints   and  all  the  other  classic  cookies.   Lake   Champlain   Maritime   Museum   (LCMM)   is   now   employ-­ ing   amazing   new     technology   to   learn   about   the   valuable   history   of   the  many  artifacts  that  lie  submerged   in   Lake   Champlain.   The   museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   archaeologists   are   using   3D   sonar   scanning   units   to   scan   and   record   these   underwater   cultural   resources.   This   technology   has   the   poten-­ tial   to   greatly   enhance   the   study   of   submerged   archaeological   sites   located   in   turbid   waters   where   detailed   archaeological   documenta-­ tion   is   impractical.   Funding   from   the  National  Park  Serviceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  National   Center   for   Preservation   Technology   and   Training   allowed   LCMM   to   pursue   this   research,   utilizing   scan-­ ning  sonar  equipment  from  Teledyne   BlueView. Recently,   the   LCMM   archaeolo-­ gists   deployed   the   3D   mechanical   scanning   sonar   to   document   the   wreck  site  of  the  Sloop  Island  Canal   Boat,   that   sank   off   the   coast   of   Charlotte   in   the   early   19th   century.   The  resulting  composite  3D  model  of   the   entire   wreck   allows   the   remains   of   the   boat   to   be   examined   in   a   completely  innovative  way.  Vermont   Public   Television   recorded   these   extraordinary  activities  and  broadcast   the  show  on  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Out  and  Aboutâ&#x20AC;?  during   the   week   of   Jan.   28.   More   informa-­ tion  about  this  fascinating  technology   can  be  found  at  the  museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  website   at  www.lcmm.org.  Archived  versions   of  the  VPT  show  can  be  viewed  at  the   www.vpt.org/show/19709/104.  

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Vermont: Greater Burlington, St. Albans, Middlebury, Vergennes, Fairlee, Londonderry, Lyndonville, Manchester, Norwich, Rutland, Woodstock New Hampshire: Hanover, West Lebanon, Grantham FERRISBURG Immaculately maintained in-town home with lots of large windows. In-law apartment with its own garage. Walking distance to downtown. $173,900 MLS 4153229 FERRISBURGH Farmhouse with accessory apartment or easily used as a single family home. Great space for gardens and a large barn/workshop for animals or storage. $243,000 MLS 4076579 STARKSBORO Special location for this well cared for home with 3 spacious bedrooms, custom closet shelving, updated baths, radian heat, fenced yard and attached garage. $269,900 MLS 4203050

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SUDBURY Log home with spacious front lawn and views on 53.4 +/subdivided acres. Radiant heat throughout. Gazebo, trails through wooded areas, gardens, shed. $459,900 MLS 4214584 CORNWALL Amazing 428 +/- acre agricultural property with wonderful rolling meadows and gorgeous views to the west. Ample barn space and large list of capital improvements. $925,000 MLS 4147666

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WEYBRIDGE

Excellent location along the Otter Creek w/Green Mtn views, including Camelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hump. Open area for building provides versatility in the house site exposure & relatively simple site improvements. Septic design available.  Lot 1 - 11.82 acres - $115,000 Lot 2 - 9.08 acres - $99,000 MLS#s 4034150 & 4034137

MIDDLEBURY

Nestled in a private wooded setting close to town, this 5 bedroom home has room for everything! Open kitchen/ living with maple flooring, woodstove, built-in bookcases & door out to the upper deck. Spacious finished walkout basement has space for exercise or game room. This is a home to grow with! $475,000 MLS# 4142639

CORNWALL

Wonderful, well maintained country home w/spectacular views & plenty of land to play, farm, pick apples & walk. This spacious home has options for a home office & a 3-bay garage w/ full 2nd floor for multiple uses or storage. Country living, close & convenient to town! $349,900 MLS# 4157128

HAWK Â VIEW

Wonderful and convenient, close to skiing, hiking, swimming and many other recreational activities. Three bedroom, two bath home with closets galore on 10+ acres. $250,000 MLS# 4191057

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ADDISON Spacious custom-built home with in-law apartment above the 2-car garage on 10.1 +/- acres. Lake Champlain and Adirondack Mountain views. 176â&#x20AC;&#x2122; of lake frontage. $549,000

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

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

www.middvermontrealestate.com

Lang McLaughry Spera Middlebury Middlebury Office 66 Court Street

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

ORWELL

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

Vergennes Office

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

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â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Grandmotherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Garden,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  an   antique  planting  style  returns Editorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   note:   This   piece   was   contributed   by   Leonard   Perry,   University   of   Vermont   Extension   professor. What   goes   around,   comes   around,   as  the  saying  goes.  What  was  true  in   the  late  1800s  is  repeating  itself  in  the   beginning   of   this   new   century.   Just   as   people   then   were   yearning   for   a   simpler  life  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  nostalgia  for  the  past   as  they  faced  the  new  industrial  revo-­ lution  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  so  are  people  looking  for  a   simpler   time   during   this   technology   revolution  and  information  age.   Many  of  the  plants  and  the  garden-­ ing   styles   today   are   similar   to   those   of  a  century  ago,  giving  credence  to   another   saying   that   nothing   is   really   new,   just   rediscovered.   This   garden-­ ing   style   and   accompanying   plant   palette   is   a   trend   often   known   as   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Grandmotherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Garden.â&#x20AC;?   It   is   really   the   American   cottage   garden,   an   old-­fashioned   garden   of   hardy  perennials,  annuals  (many  self-­ sown   like   Johnny   jump-­ups),   and   native   American   plants.   Although   native  plants  are  increasing  in  popu-­ larity  now  for  reasons  such  as  helping   pollinators,   a   century   ago   they   often   were  more  readily  available  than  new   introductions.   In   addition   to   native   plants,   VXQĂ&#x20AC;RZHUVZHUHSRSXODUWKHQDVWKH\ have   become   once   again.   Tropical   plants,   especially   those   with   bold   foliage,   were   introduced   into   the   more   formal   Victorian   gardens,   another  trend  rediscovered  in  todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   gardens.   These   include   such   as   the   canna  and  castor  bean,  large  elephant   ears  and  smaller  but  similarly  shaped   caladiums.  These  days  we  see  lots  of   ornamental   grasses   used   in   gardens,   such  as  the  fountain  grass,  just  as  they   used  then.  Roses,  peonies,  phlox  and   hollyhocks   were   among   the   peren-­ nials  commonly  planted  and  are  still   popular  now.   Often   appearing   haphazard   or   growing   at   random,   grandmotherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   garden   was   actually   designed   as   a   painting   with   an   eye   to   composition   using   color,   shape   and   texture.   It   is   no   wonder   then   that   so   many   paint-­ ers,   writers,   poets   and   other   artists   created   such   gardens.  These   gardens   inspired   them   and   often   are   seen   in   their   works.   This   is   well   stated   by   Frank  Waugh  in  his  1910  book,  â&#x20AC;&#x153;The   Landscape   Beautiful.â&#x20AC;?   He   notes   that   â&#x20AC;&#x153;every   botanizing   old   maid,   male   or   female,   knows   plant   names.   Every   good   nurseryman   knows   the   plants.   Only   the   artist   and   the   genius   know   how   to   blend   these   materials   into   pictures  of  abiding  beauty.â&#x20AC;?   If   youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d   like   to   create   such   a   garden,  to  be  an  â&#x20AC;&#x153;artistâ&#x20AC;?  or  â&#x20AC;&#x153;genius,â&#x20AC;?   landscape   architect   Thomas   Rainer   notes   that   three   design   principles   should  be  employed.  Cottage  gardens  

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