October 25th, 2016
Our family consumes a lot of food.
We are, after all, a family of six. But you might be thinking: Come on, how much food could four little girls possibly put away?
You’d be surprised. I’m surprised, because whatever it is they’re eating, I can assure you that it’s not dinner.
Due to an error at our printer, Pages 2 and 3 in the printed version of today’s edition of the Addison Independent are from last week’s United Way insert, not the pages we created for today’s edition. The four stories we had on those pages are already posted on our website; you can read them all for free here:
Brandon Cares considers a needle exchange program like Middlebury's
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury officials are looking to identify human remains found in Middlebury Friday morning.
At 11:43 a.m. on Oct. 21, the Middlebury Police Department received a call from a hiker who reported finding a body in the woods between Court Street Extension (Route 7) and Seminary Street Extension.
The police responded to the area and located human remains. On scene Friday afternoon were the Police Department Crime Scene Unit, an assistant state’s attorney and the assistant medical examiner.
MIDDLEBURY — A man from Houston, Texas, was being held without bail after Middlebury police alleged that he was involved in a sexual assault on the Middlebury College campus and may have been involved in other incidents, as well.
On Tuesday, Oct. 18, the Middlebury Police Department arrested 31-year-old Nam Vu Bui on charges of sexual assault and voyeurism following the investigation into an incident that occurred on the Middlebury College campus the previous evening. Bui, who is not a student at the college, pleaded innocent to the charges on Wednesday.
NEW HAVEN — The public is invited to give their input on a draft update of the New Haven Town Plan at a selectboard hearing this Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 7 p.m. at the New Haven Town Hall.
Selectboard Chair Kathy Barrett said the update includes a lot of new content on siting energy projects.
“We’ve added a couple sections because they were not in the town plan at all but they’re required by state statute,” Barrett said.
BRANDON — The vast steppe of northern China has nurtured a brilliant and unpretentious grassland culture including the arts of the nomadic “horseback people” who reside on the steppes.
BRISTOL — Bristol police alleged that a 13-year-old and two 16-year-olds were illegally operating all terrain vehicles and a dirt bike on the roadway and eluding law enforcement on Oct. 18.
A Bristol officer responded to Lower Meadow Lane last Tuesday after a resident called to complain about ATVs operating along Mountain Street through Meadow Lane.
Rokafella comes to Middlebury for hip hop class and lecture
In conjunction with the exhibition Post Pop: Prints of Keith Haring, on view at the Middlebury College Museum, pioneering feminist breakdancer Ana “Rokafella” Garcia will give a lecture demonstration in the Dance Theatre of the Mahaney Center for the Arts at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 27. Her presentation is free and open to the public.