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Mt. Abe wins Global Excellence award

Posted on July 10, 2014 |
By Addison Independent



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BRISTOL — Mount Abraham Union High School has received national recognition for excellence in global education from the student exchange program EF High School Exchange Year. Recently, Principal Andy Kepes was presented with the EF Global Education Excellence Award by Enrique Serrano, an EF High School Exchange Year student from Spain. This award is presented annually to high schools that demonstrate an extraordinary commitment to international understanding and global awareness.

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Profiles: Mainly Metals in Bristol

Posted on July 7, 2014 |
By Weyland Joyner



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BRISTOL — David Durgin is a busy man.

The Bristol resident owns Mainly Metals, a machine and fabrication shop that uses a unique water jet technology to cut materials of all sorts.

“It’s a jet of water with garnet mixed in,” Durgin explains. “The jet is about 1/30,000 of an inch in diameter — the size of a mechanical pencil lead — that comes out around 50,000 pounds per square inch.”

What that adds up to is one extremely precise machine.

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Profiles: Rory Jackson in Bristol

Posted on July 7, 2014 |
By Weyland Joyner



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BRISTOL — Sitting outside his studio in downtown Bristol, greeting fellow business owners and shoppers, Rory Jackson seems to know everyone in town.

“It can be distracting,” the artist says of his studio’s public location, “but it’s really important to me to have the energy, the interaction with life.”

Jackson, 31, has been working out of this location, on Main Street across from Bristol Bakery, for two years now.

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A.G.’s office files brief in Lathrop gravel pit case

Posted on July 7, 2014 |
By Zach Despart



BRISTOL — The office of the Vermont Attorney General on June 23 filed a brief in a Bristol gravel pit case currently before the Vermont Supreme Court, arguing that the Environmental Court has set a dangerous precedent by approving a proposal by Lathrop that had not been vetted by the Act 250 process.

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Mount Abe raising funds to build a new composter

Posted on July 7, 2014 |
By Zach Despart



BRISTOL — Students at Mount Abraham Union High School are raising funds for a composting system at the school that will allow cafeteria food waste to be used for the school’s community garden.

The new composting system — which student organizers hope to have in place as soon as later this summer — will mean the school will send less solid waste to landfills, and that food waste can instead nourish the 600 pounds of vegetables Mount Abe’s garden produces annually.

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Ex-POWs honored at Bristol banquet

Posted on July 2, 2014 |
By Addison Independent



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BRISTOL — Bristol American Legion recently hosted its annual Ex-POW Banquet for the Vermont Chapter No. 1 Ex-POWs. There were a total of 65 in attendance including nine ex-prisoners of war from around Vermont.

Most of the ex-POWs are from World War II. There is one local Ex-POW, Roger Layn, who lives in Monkton. The rest of the attendees were family and friends of the ex-POWs along with senior officers of the Department of Vermont American Legion.

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Public reviews Mount Abe building repair needs

Posted on June 30, 2014 |
By Zach Despart



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BRISTOL — Dozens of parents and community members in the Addison Northeast Supervisory Union attended an open house Wednesday evening at Mount Abraham Union High School to discuss renovating the building.

The open house, hosted by a committee charged by the school board to develop ideas for what the renovated school should look like, provided ANeSU residents with the opportunity to brainstorm together, as well as question the architect hired by the school board.

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Mount Abraham facilities committee makes progress

Posted on June 23, 2014 |
By Addison Independent



BRISTOL — The Mount Abraham Union High/Middle School Facility Advisory Committee met on June 11 to discuss the future of the school building. 

A spokesman for the group said it was a great start to the process of engaging the community in considering the condition of our Middle and High School and how we might invest in its improvement.

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'Shine A Light' goes national

Posted on June 19, 2014 |
By John Flowers



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BRISTOL — It was two years ago that Bristol-based artist Stephanie Larsen came up with an idea for a “Shine A Light” fundraiser to enlighten the Addison County community about domestic violence and sexual abuse. Local artists decorated lamps that were auctioned off to generate money for abuse-awareness programs.

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What's up with Bristol's bash? Pocock Rocks is Saturday

Posted on June 19, 2014 |
By Zach Despart



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BRISTOL — Organizers of Bristol’s sixth annual Pocock Rocks festival say this Saturday’s event should be a blast.

“We’ve got great food, music on two stages, it’s going to be a lot of fun,” said Kate Selby, executive director of the Bristol Downtown Community Partnership.

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