Addison County Newswire

Addison County Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Addison County, VT.

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  1. Vermont Gas Pays $1.75 Million For Pipeline Opponent's LandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    In an effort to secure land rights for its natural gas pipeline to Addison County, Vermont Gas Systems bought a property along the planned pipeline route for $1.75 million. According to land records, that's The Monkton property belonged to Louise Peyser, who along with her daughter Melanie worked to fight the pipeline's passage through the family property.

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  2. Vergennes Rotary's Efforts Impact The CommunityRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 28 | Valley Voice

    ... and twenty fold. Rotary is a way to funnel your donation of money or time to have more impact." While most Addison County residents are familiar with the Meals on Wheels Program for the elderly, few know that the Rotary is the catalyst for the meals ...

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  3. Local Resident Celebrates The Lessons Learned On The FarmRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 28 | Valley Voice

    New Haven resident Cathy Palmer wants the young people of Addison County to know a little about the adventures, work, and fun of life on a small Vermont farm from over fifty years ago before agribusiness, computers and paved roads. Cathy Palmer grew up with seven siblings on a farm in Panton and her book is a memoir written for young readers and illustrated with her own cover art and line drawings.

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  4. Bristol's new fire station is a gemRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 28 | Denton Publications

    For the many Town of Bristol voters, officials, builders, contractors, contributors, and fire department volunteers involved in paving the way for the new $3.2 million Bristol Fire Station, the pay off is now virtually complete-and there are lots of big smiles to go around the Addison County town. Volunteers started moving equipment into the new fire station on June 26. But the next phase of the big moving job-which included fire trucks and other heavy gear-is set for July 2. This year's Bristol July 4 Parade is tentatively planned to end in front of the new station and the chief hopes to have an official group photograph taken in front of the 11,500-square-feet, energy efficient station.

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  5. in Re: D.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 28 | FindLaw

    ... Defender General, and Marshall Pahl, Appellate Defender, Montpelier, for Appellant. David R. Fenster, Addison County State's Attorney, and Ashley A. Hill, Deputy State's Attorney, Middlebury, for Appellee. Petitioner appeals the dismissal of a ...

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  6. Guest Viewpoint: What's behind the gas pipeline cost increaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 26 | Denton Publications

    The Addison Natural Gas Project will bring an important energy choice to thousands of families and businesses in Addison County. The 50,000 customers we currently serve are paying about 15 percent less on their heating bills today than they were six years ago and we are committed to continuing our record of low and stable rates.

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  7. A-Luring WorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 26 | Denton Publications

    ... Fish & Wildlife hosted several 'Let's Go Fishing' activities at the annual event. Visiting children from Addison County checked out live dragonflies and water scorpions. The youngsters next learned about Lake Champlain fish and created puppets of ...

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  8. Ferrisburgh woman seeks Addison-3 House seatRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 25 | Denton Publications

    Addison County Republican Monique Thurston, 66, announced her candidacy for the Vermont House of Representatives in Addison-3. Addison-3 includes the communities of Addison, Ferrisburgh, Panton, Vergennes, Waltham.

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  9. Vermont Gas pipeline costs jump yet againRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Williston Observer

    Vermont Gas announced this week that a 41-mile natural gas pipeline extension through Addison County will cost an additional $12 million, or 7.8 percent more, than anticipated. The latest estimate pegs the total cost at $165.6 million, or nearly double the original expected cost.

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  10. Student athletes aid cancer patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Denton Publications

    Student athletes from Vermont Athletic Academy brought their mindfulness practice to Burlington's waterfront last week to volunteer with Healing Winds Vermont on behalf of cancer patients and their families. Middle school students from Chittenden and Addison counties gathered by the Lake Champlain waterfront with mindfulness coach Elvira Tripp O'Leary, Susie Therrien, and Healing Winds Vermont board member, Capt.

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  11. Carrying Addison CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | Denton Publications

    ... ittenden and Franklin Counties should not be paying for a pipeline to serve only 3,000 potential customers in Addison County. The system expansion will only benefit the company's bottom line, not the ratepayers who are bearing the ever-rising cost."

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  12. Small Farm Business Spotlight Bridport CreameryRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Valley Voice

    ... the educational aspect of her new business a lot of fun. Nicky Ouellette Foster was born and raised in an Addison County Farm family. Her grandfather started the family farm Iroquois Acres in Bridport and she married into a family with generations ...

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  13. Addison County Bids Farewell To A Local Favorite Dr. Allan CurtissRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Valley Voice

    Married for 34 years, Alan and Lois Curtiss have not only been involved in medicine, but in the lives of the people of Addison County in countless ways. The Valley Voice salutes them and wishes them the very best in their new adventures which are scheduled to include, fishing, camping, friends, family and perhaps a part time medical practice in the south.

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  14. Roll call accountabilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Denton Publications

    ... with his/her brilliance. During the coming weeks, thanks to EAI, we will look at other elected officials in Addison County, Rutland County, and southern Chittenden County. To start, let's look at selected highlights of the 2016 voting record of ...

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  15. Protesters disrupt PSB hearingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | The Brattleboro Reformer

    COLCHESTER >> Opponents of a gas pipeline being built to Addison County took over a hearing the Public Service Board tried to convene Thursday evening in Colchester, singing songs and holding banners for more than half an hour before board members gave up and left. The hearing was to solicit public opinion on the disposition of a $21 million fund Vermont Gas Systems has collected since 2011 from its customers.

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  16. VSP investigate River Road crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Denton Publications

    ... into custody for suspicion of driving under the influence, processed and released on citation to appear in Addison County District Court. The Vermont State Police were assisted on scene by Bristol Rescue and Bristol Fire Department as well as the ...

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  17. Vermont pipeline protester pleads not guilty to chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 16 | WCAX-TV Burlington

    ... d by the Public Service Board in 2013 and now under construction, will extend 41 miles between Colchester and Addison County.

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  18. Gas pipeline protester arrested in MonktonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 16 | Denton Publications

    On June 14, at approximately 4:38 p.m., Vermont State Police troopers and officers of the Addison County Sheriff's Department took Samuel Jessup, 31, of Montpelier, into custody. In March, climate-change activist Will Bennington of the Vermont "climate-justice" group known as Rising Tide, said members would take turns camping in a makeshift arboreal tent-perched 30 feet above the ground-in the branches of a butternut tree on private property off Rotax Road in Monkton; that tree was marked as being in the right-of-way of the proposed gas line.

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  19. Officials use chemical to fight invasive plant in 2 Salisbury lakesRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 15 | WCAX-TV Burlington

    The warm weather may be perfect for a dip in the lake, but not in two lakes in Addison County. Lake Dunmore and Fern Lake are off limits until the weekend while officials try to battle an invasive plant.

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  20. Zig Zag Lit Mag Launches in VergennesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 15 | Seven Days

    Have a novella that needs to see the light of day? A collection of poems you want to share with your neighbors? A black-and-white photo you believe everyone should see? If you live in Addison County, there's a new place to publish your creative work. Zig Zag Lit Mag is a literary journal started by a pair of Vergennes writers who want to celebrate the voices and visions of their neighbors.

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