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October 14th, 2010

Lincoln's Bryant earns national accolade for "Full Bloom" book

Posted on October 14, 2010 |
By Tamara Hilmes



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LINCOLN — Louella Bryant’s writing career — much like the title of her most recent book — is beginning to blossom. Premier Book Awards recently named “Full Bloom,” the Lincoln resident’s collection of 14 short stories, the Best Book of the Year in the General Fiction category.

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Last goal, victory go to Mount Abe girls

Posted on October 14, 2010 |
By Andy Kirkaldy



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BRISTOL — After seven scores and three lead changes during Tuesday’s high school girls’ soccer game between Vergennes and Mount Abraham, the host Eagles enjoyed the happiest goal celebration.

With 1:09 left in regulation, the Eagles capped a late rally when reserve forward Charlotte Paul popped in a loose ball from close range to make the score 4-3.

When the Commodores’ final bid missed — middie Lexa Higbee hit the side netting at 0:45 — the Eagles had earned their second win of the season, and had done so at the expense of a rival squad that has had their number in recent years.

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Local events build up global rally

Posted on October 14, 2010 |
By Tamara Hilmes



MIDDLEBURY — When Bill McKibben and his 350.org team planned the 10/10/10 global work party/rally, they envisioned many smaller events cropping up in communities all over the world in place of the gigantic gathering of 2009.

But on Sunday, those small, sustainability-themed events really added up, said the Ripton resident and chief organizer.

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Local woman organizes medical boot camp in Mongolia

Posted on October 14, 2010 |
By Tamara Hilmes



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MIDDLEBURY — Sas Carey is still recovering from her summer vacation. To be fair, her summer travels were a bit more intense than most — the Middlebury resident spent July and August in Omnogovi, the South Gobi province of Mongolia, organizing a medical boot camp for doctors from the 16 hospitals within the province.

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Politically Thinking: Progressive party losing its clout

Posted on October 14, 2010 |
By Eric L. Davis



Vermont’s Progressive Party may not be able to maintain its major party status for the 2011-12 biennium. State election law defines a “major political party” as one that has a local committee in at least 15 towns or cities, and has received at least 5 percent of the vote for one of the six statewide offices.

Major parties are allowed to nominate their candidates through primary elections. Several media organizations, such as Vermont Public Radio, also use major party status as the criterion for deciding which candidates to invite to participate in broadcast debates.

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Between the Lines: 350.org and social media activism

Posted on October 14, 2010 |
By Gregory Dennis



Almost every day at Middlebury College, I receive an influx of e-mails announcing the latest environmental initiatives and encouraging students to make their voices heard.

Last weekend, climate change activism took the global stage by storm with the 10/10/10 Global Work Party organized by 350.org. The group inspired a groundbreaking 7,347 events across 188 countries. With such broad-based support, the case for change seems fairly clear: People are demanding a global transition towards a clean energy economy.

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Trying to be fair to all is our challenge

Posted on October 14, 2010 |
By Andy Kirkaldy



Periodically, I remember it’s important to explain how we map out our sports coverage here.
For one thing, while some readers stick through thick and thin, a percentage of our sports section readership naturally turns over every few years as their daughters and sons move up onto the local high school varsity teams and then graduate. It’s part of the whole circle of life thing. An occasional refresher course is therefore a good idea.

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Clippings: Graduation day arriving too soon

Posted on October 14, 2010 |
By John Flowers



I’m 48 and I’m not quite ready to graduate from high school.

No, I’m not a perennial flunk-out artist, nor am I an old-timer seeking to complete an education suspended years ago.

Rather, I am a parent of a high school senior — the last in our household — scheduled to earn his diploma next spring. The stark reality of that momentous occasion just dawned on me this month, and I selfishly wish graduation day weren’t so imminent.

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