July 13th, 2015
The members of Bourbon Renewal are no strangers to Brandon Music, as regular visitors will know them as members of the John Funkhouser Quartet, but this concert marks Britt Connors’ debut performance at the Brandon venue. Hear their blend of blues, folk and country with jazz voicings and pop sensibilities live on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
ST. ALBANS — Host St. Albans on Thursday edged the Vergennes Champs, 236-234, in one of the closest Champlain Valley Swim League meets in memory. St. Albans won the final three races of the evening, three freestyle relays, to rally for the two-point victory.
Overall, the Sharks earned a seven-point edge in the relays by winning 10 of 19 contested events, including six of 10 free relay races.
WINOOSKI — The Middlebury Marlins coasted past host Winooski, 308-95, on July 7 in Champlain Valley Swim League action. The meet was moved to Winooski from the Middlebury town pool because of a conflict with the Festival on-the-Green in the Middlebury Recreation Park.
This week’s writer is Sen. Christopher Bray, a New Haven Democrat who is chair of the Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy and vice chair of the Joint Energy Committee.
Dear Addison County Neighbors,
For over a decade, Vermonters have been supporting efforts to reduce the negative effects of burning fossil fuels. We have chosen to come at this challenge in two complementary ways: burning less fossil fuel, and generating the power we need more cleanly.
Open up your eyes, Vermont. The truth is about to smack you in the face. I feel all people need to know that, when one finds themselves in legal trouble and are headed to jail, like Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility in Burlington, they are entering a dangerous place.
I was recently sentenced to five days in CRCF. The booking wasn’t so bad. I stated I was hungry and asked for food. They said I’d get a bag lunch, but it never came.
I attended the “special” Addison County Regional Planning Commission meeting about whether or not the commission should still support the Addison “Natural” Gas Project, in light of the most recent cost estimate increase. I heard some interesting comments as reported by Mr. Flowers in a recent Addison Independent article.
BRISTOL — The price is right. That was the message Bristol voters sent Tuesday by approving a $3.19 million bond to build a new firehouse.
The 415-140 decision came at the end of a two-year process, during which Bristol’s Fire Facility Building Committee evaluated some 31 possible sites, discussed plans and held informational meetings.