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June 20th, 2011
Just two weeks from the July 6 slaughter date, participants in the "Chick to Plate" project at the Hannaford Career Center are becoming concerned that they won't be able to fulfill the "to plate" part of their project — in other words, that they won't find takers for all 150 or so chickens they have lovingly raised on the north campus of the HCC.
Pushing pedal over pedal, I trudged ahead on my bike through pouring sheets of frigid rain. My cold, drenched clothes weighed me down, but I forged on through last Saturday’s doom and gloom to photograph Mount Abe’s graduation.
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June 2nd, 2011
Success at least on diamonds on Wednesday
ADDISON COUNTY — The news on Wednesday proved to be uniformly good for local high school softball and baseball teams, but not so much for the three boys’ lacrosse and one girls’ tennis team that saw first-round playoff action.
The most dramatic games on Wednesday were the Otter Valley softball win over Burr & Burton and the Middlebury boys’ lacrosse team’s loss at Woodstock.
Middlebury College men's basketball coach on Sunday confirmed that he will be saying at his position in Middlebury, where he has built the Panthers into a NESCAC and NCAA Division III power in the the past several years.
Much speculation in recent days has focused on Brown as a candidate for the University of Vermont men's basketball job, which was opened when incumbent Mike Lonergan recently left for George Washington.
First up, this just in (and no surprise, really): I was wrong. And happy to say so.
When the Middlebury women’s lacrosse team lost to Tufts in the NESCAC quarterfinals, 13-12, a week ago Sunday, I assumed and wrote the 11-5 Panthers’ season was over. But their strength of schedule — all five of their losses came to teams ranked in the top 17, and Middlebury has five top-19 wins — earned Coach Missy Foote’s Panthers a berth in the NCAA Division III tournament.
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