January 2020

Bristol hockey tournament honors good friend

SKATERS CHASE DOWN the puck at the Bristol Ice Rink on Saturday during the 4th annual Dibley Cup. Twenty teams competed in more than 50 short games during the outdoor hockey tournament held in honor of Matt Dibley, who died in a Lincoln hiking accident in 2016. Independent photo/Christopher Ross

BRISTOL — With temperatures hovering in the mid-30s Saturday morning, the fourth annual Dibley Cup — an outdoor hockey tournament celebrati

Middlebury area considers $17M in school fixes

MORE THAN 150 Middlebury-area residents turned out at their local high school on Monday to learn about the repair needs for the Addison Central School District’s seven elementary schools. An architect revealed the buildings need a combined $17.4 million in fixes just to take care of deferred maintenance issues. Independent photo/John Flowers

MIDDLEBURY — A commissioned architect on Monday gave Addison Central School District officials a lot of food for thought as they decide how to deploy taxpayers’ limited resources in tackling aging

Virus forces college students out of China

TRAVELERS AT BEIJING Capital International Airport wore facemasks to guard against transmission of a novel coronavirus. The spread of the illness prompted Middlebury College, like many other institutions, to cancel its three programs in China. Photo by Benjy Renton

BEIJING, China — Middlebury College junior Benjy Renton may have been a little disappointed after the college cancelled his study abroad program to China this week due to the expanding outbreak of


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