January 14th, 2015
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury College women’s hockey won three recent games to improve to 8-2-1, 5-1 in NESCAC play. The Panthers are ranked No. 4 in NCAA Division III.
Middlebury next faces a key NESCAC series this weekend at home vs. first-place Amherst. The Jeffs are 10-1-1 overall and 6-0 in league play. Game times are 7 p.m. on Friday and 3 p.m. on Saturday.
On this past Tuesday, Middlebury’s Jessica Young scored 1:54 into overtime to give the Panthers a 2-1 win at Utica (5-4-2).
VERGENNES — Vergennes police on Jan. 7 cited a 65-year-old resident of a North Street care facility for simple assault by physical menace after he allegedly threatened harm to his fellow residents.
Police said Ronald Ethier, a longtime resident of the home who they said is under the care of the Counseling Service of Addison County, was taken to the Chittenden County Correctional Center and held briefly without bail. CSAC found him new lodgings, they said.
ADDISON COUNTY — Vermont State Police during the first full week of the year were called to an incident in which a man was waving a gun around, responded to a three-vehicle crash with injuries, cited a couple of local men for driving under the influence, cited a Vergennes woman for driving without a license, and took a report of a theft from a work site.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Deven J. Corse-Terrier, 18, of Middlebury for petit larceny, after he allegedly stole some money from a relative at a Route 7 South residence on Jan. 8.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Assisted with a tractor-trailer that was stuck atop a frozen snow bank on South Village Green on Jan. 5.
ADDISON COUNTY — In recent activity in Addison Superior Court Criminal Division (except where noted), the following took place:
Benjamin J. Adams, 32, of Salisbury pleaded guilty to Oct. 19 charges of violation of an abuse prevention order and driving with a suspended license, and was sentenced to 9-12 months, suspended, and was fined $147. The state’s attorney dismissed an Oct. 19 charge of first-degree unlawful restraint as part of a plea agreement.
BURLINGTON — If you have symptoms of flu and are at increased risk for complications (young children, people 65 and older, pregnant women and people with certain medical conditions such as asthma), contact your doctor or health care provider.
That advice comes from the Vermont Department of Health.
Flu symptoms include fever, headache, dry cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, and body aches. Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea can occur but are more common among children than adults.
Things You Kept in Mind
for my friends at Elderly Services
Sometimes all you need is to be
asked, to say what you’d store
in a metal box--bury, hide, lock
in a safe. Anywhere what you choose
could be found in a day, a hundred
years from now. By somebody
who still has your name. Who may not
know what they’re seeing,