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September 9th, 2010

Lincoln weighs school options

Posted on September 9, 2010 |
By Andrea Suozzo



LINCOLN — After months of deliberation, the Lincoln Community School building committee has recommended major renovations and expansions to the aging school. After further study of the options and a public comment period, the full school board plans to seek voter support on Nov. 2 for a bond of between $3.5 and $4.2 million to pay for the work.

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Editorial: False prophets with megaphones

Posted on September 9, 2010 |
By Angelo Lynn



Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson nailed it on the head last Friday when he wrote of the current political mood to toss out Democrats and put Republicans back into control of Congress that “this isn’t an ‘electoral wave,’ it’s a temper tantrum.”

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Porter hospital to raise rates to cover mandatory cost, tax hike

Posted on September 9, 2010 |
By Angelo Lynn



MIDDLEBURY — In the complex world of hospital budgets, a 4.4 percent rise in revenue added to a 1 percent decline in expenses, but which yields a $90,000 loss for the year is understandable.

So is a tax increase imposed by the federal government that will add an additional $1 million in expenses in 2011, not to mention an $814,060 expense for a digital record keeping system that is mandated under state law.

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Poet earns hometown recognition

Posted on September 9, 2010 |
By John Flowers



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CORNWALL — Gary Margolis is indeed reaching lofty heights for his poetry prowess.

It wasn’t long ago that he was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for his third collection of poems, “Fire in the Orchard.”

This past spring he released his fourth book, titled “Below the Falls,” inspired by the emotional search in 2008 for missing Middlebury College student Nicholas Garza.

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Clippings: 'Lawn' story short — mowing rocks!

Posted on September 9, 2010 |
By John McCright



Last week in this space my esteemed colleague Trent Campbell told a sad story about his personal alienation from one of the high art forms of 20th century suburban life: lawn mowing. He thought he fell in love with mowing while in college. Sitting in class he heard the grounds crew outside soaking up the sun and plugging away at the vast expanse of collegiate lawn with ne’er a care in the world while he slogged through a calculus lesson.

But what the love soured and Trent now despises the task.

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For him, bacon is already home

Posted on September 9, 2010 |
By Tamara Hilmes



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LINCOLN — “Why pigs?” was the first question posed to Nate Gusakov, owner and operator of Full Belly Farm located off Quaker Street in Lincoln. His answer was simple and unabashed:

“Why pigs?” he responded. “Bacon, in a word.”

Before he began leasing his 17-acre farm three years ago, Gusakov had been a wandering graduate of Sterling College’s Sustainable Agriculture program and Bristol-native who dreamed of one day operating his own small farm.

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Patchwork recipes: A rainbow of salads

Posted on September 9, 2010 | Blog Category:
By Kate Gridley



Carrots with Vinegar and Mint

Peel and trim 2 pounds of carrots and cut into quarter-inch rounds. Pat them dry.

In a large, heavy frying pan, add vegetable oil to one inch in depth, and heat the oil to 375 degrees. Place the carrots in the oil so they are not crowding each other and cook until lightly brown on the edges (three to four minutes). Remove carrots with a slotted spoon and transfer to paper towels to blot. Repeat with all carrots.

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Around the bend: Life on the farm turns into rat race

Posted on September 9, 2010 |
By Jessie Raymond



Over the past few years, our little homestead has started to look like a real old-fashioned farm, complete with all the standard barnyard animals. But if you’re thinking things are all E-I-E-I-O around here, think again.

Nowhere in that classic children’s farm song do I recall a verse in which Old McDonald had some rats.

Yes, rats.

It started about a month ago. Early one morning while opening up the turkey house, I spied a shadow slipping away from the feeder.

“Perhaps it’s a little Beatrix Potter field mouse,” I said. “I’ll call him Cuddly Wumpkins.”

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