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Bourdeau Brothers Celebrates Fall With Ag Showcase

Bourdeau Bros. of Middlebury held their September Ag Showcase on Thursday, September 4th 2014 during perfect early fall weather.  (Above), Jim Bushey visits with some of the hundreds who turned out for the “Largest Single Day AG Event in Vermont.”  50-Vendors, displayed their products and services under the big-top and they were busy especially during the afternoon. 
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Educator Comes Home To Vermont To Take Lead Position At Mount Abraham
By Cookie Steponaitis
Principal Gaynell Lyman, Mount Abraham Union High School’s new leader always knew she wanted to be a teacher and Vermont schools gave her a passion for learning and teaching. Lyman was born in Bennington, grew up in Newport attending North Country Union High School and earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Vermont. While her professional career took her away from the Green Mountain State for over twenty years, Lyman never lost touch with her home and the reasons she entered education in the first place.
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Headed To Atlantic City Meet Miss Vermont Lucy Edwards
By Cookie Steponaitis
Any Vermonter tuning into the Miss America Scholarship Competition live on television on September 14th needs to be ready for some stereotypes to be ended. Lucy Marion Edwards is representing the Green Mountain State on the famed Atlantic City Board Walk and Miss America stage and writes in her blog, “So to say I’m a nerd would be a generous understatement.” Lucy is a junior at the University of Vermont majoring in neuroscience and her ultimate goal is to become a neurosurgeon in the United States Navy.
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Tigers Advance With A Win Over Hartford
By Bill Hinman
Heat , Humidity Hartford
Friday night lights started with a temperature near 80 and humidly at uncomfortable levels.  With Ice bags in tow The Middlebury Tiger Football squad headed to Hartford in hopes of continuing their reign in Division One Football.
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