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Tigers Do It Again 29-6 Over Dogs... Now 7-0
By Mike Cameron
The Burr and Burton Bull Dogs came to town spoiling for an upset. They grabbed a 6-0 lead right off the opening kick off and then started to make mistakes.  Most of the mis-q's were turned into scores by the Middlebury Union High School Varsity Football Team.  The young Dogs from Manchester have talent and desire.  What they did not have is experience especially from upperclassmen.
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Middlebury McDonalds Set To Open
By Mike Cameron
Construction workers continue to put a “full court press” on the McDonalds Restaurant project south of town.  The new state of the art facility will open with a gala day long event scheduled for Thursday, October 28, 2010.  The celebration will carry on into November.  Ronald McDonald will be on hand to greet customers.  The new McDonalds will donate 10% of opening day sales to be shared equally by the Mary Hogan School and the Bridge School. Customers can register to win a Sport ATV worth $3949.  McDonalds officials are looking forward to serving Middlebury and Addison County.  Ribbon cutting with Governor Jim Douglas and local Middlebury Officials will be at 3p.m. on the 28th.   
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Finishing Touches
By Mike Cameron
The final days are waining as Middlebury residents and commuters await the “grand opening” of the long anticipated Cross Street Bridge over Otter Creek. One feature of the bridge will be the pedestrian walk- way (foreground right). Will the bridge and its controversial round-about ease traffic congestion in the village? We will soon know the answer.  [ more ]

Letters To The Editor

   Harvey Smith, who has earned our respect and trust as an effective legislator and leader in our community, will receive our vote on November 2nd. Harvey knows what it takes to find common solutions to keep our beautiful working landscape open and productive.He was the lead sponsor on the Farm Viability Enhancement Act, which is the fastest growing agricultural program in the state. The farm viability program helps all farmers large and small, organic or conventional develop business plans to make improvements to their current farming enterprise or find new product development and marketing opportunities to tap into the local food movement.      
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