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Tigers On To Semis... St. J. Falls 38-12
By Mike Cameron
They battled in the Vermont Principals Association Division 1 State Championship Game last November.  The Tigers came away with a win and another piece of hardware for their impressive trophy collection.  Both teams have solid high school football traditions here in Vermont.  They know how to win close ballgames and they both try to keep the turnovers to a minimum.  [ more ]

Celebrating Generations On The Land And A Special Birthday
By Cookie Steponaitis
While an old time proverb states that ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away’ the people of Shoreham have a different interpretation in mind. The apples of Shoreham are sweet and have been ready to eat at the rolling sixty acres of the Douglas Orchard for generations. If you do need to see a doctor, there is none better than Dr. Allan Curtiss. And in fact the 1200 inhabitants of this western Addison County town know that the path to delicious apples and cider is on Route 74 West. From New York take the Fort Ticonderoga Ferry. Their proof is four generations of the Douglas family on the land and in the business of growing some of Vermont’s finest apple crop and producing some of its well-known Douglas cider.
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