March 21st, 2013
3/20 Midd. vs. RPI ................................ 12-8
3/20 Midd. vs. St. Lawrence ................. 11-4
NCAA D-III Elite 8 in Salem, VA
3/22 Midd. vs. North Central (Ill.) ........ 8 p.m.
On the eve of the 10th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, insurgents against the government in power there killed at least 65 people, and wounded more than 240, in the deadliest day in that strife-torn country this year. The attacks that killed the people were thought to have been led by al-Qaida’s Iraq arm.
I have a confession to make: Despite growing up in a family of theater people, I never “got” Shakespeare. In fact, though I wouldn’t go so far as to say I hated Shakespeare, I pretty much had to be forced to pick up one of his plays. I was also almost always unmoved by the professional productions I saw growing up; “The Tempest,” “Macbeth,” “Hamlet” and “Midsummer” all had cool sets and costumes, but I still couldn’t understand what anyone was saying.
Is Vermont’s answer to climate change blowin’ in the wind?
Virtually all the climate change experts have concluded that yes, wind has to be part of the solution.
Unless renewable energy becomes a substantial portion of America’s energy mix, they say, we will continue our dangerous reliance on coal and natural gas for electricity.
Because these fossil fuels release carbon that is driving us over the climate change cliff, we have to find safer alternatives, and do it now.
This week’s writer is Anders Holm, a longstanding Addison County resident, a senior member of the surgical staff at Porter Hospital and a lifelong renewable energy advocate.
VERGENNES — On a snowy March 15 evening, Vergennes police were helping Vermont State Police direct traffic around a rollover accident at the top of Woodman Hill when they arrested a Stockbridge woman for driving with a blood-alcohol content they alleged was more than three times the legal limit.
ADDISON COUNTY — State police at the New Haven barracks are working with several police agencies in California investigating numerous recent reports of fraud. The investigation does not suggest that the recent cases are linked in any way.
Trends have been phone calls or Internet orders to rural businesses around Addison County where an order is made and money is exchanged. In some cases, purchases are being bought with stolen credit cards and, in other cases, businesses are swindled into sending money to the offender(s) via MoneyGram or Western Union to California.