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Local Computer Store Changes Hands
By Mike Cameron
    When Tim and Nancy Bradley decided to take the plunge into the world of business ownership they weren’t exactly neophytes.  
    Tim already possessed considerable technical skills acquired during service in the U.S. Air Force, working at Standard Register and more recently  The Burlington Free Press.  He’s always been interested in computer technology.
    Nancy, Tim’s wife, freely admits that she is not as taken-up with “high-tec” as her husband but understands technologies importance in today’s business and in everyday life.  
    As a 19-year employee of Agway Farm and Garden in Middlebury,  Nancy, like many of us, has seen the retail sector become more and more reliant on  information that has been micro-processed, website driven.
    Recently,  the couple combined their skills with a new business venture they feel is a good move for both of them and for the Middlebury community.
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Hero Of Rwanda Genocide Says AFRICA Needs Help From Countries Like America To Stop Killing
By Ed Barna
    Though hotel manager Paul Rusesabagina saved more than 1,200 Tutsis and moderate Hutus from being slaughtered while 15 percent of the people in Rwanda were being killed, the slain included many relatives and members of his wife's family.
    After his address at Middlebury College, one student somewhat apologetically asked--he would understand if Rusesabagina did not want to answer--whether going through that ordeal had strengthened him. The “African Schindler's” reply was that afterward, he was “angry and bitter,” but in the end realized “I was not changing anything, and “to score, you need to go to the field and play.”
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