2015 4-H Club Jamboree Senior Division
Recently retired Middlebury College women’s lacrosse coach Missy Foote added another accolade to her storied career after being named a Regional Coach of the Year by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA). During her 35 years on the Panther bench, she earned the regional coaching honor eight times.
The Vermont Historical Society officials announced that Jim Douglas, the former four-term Republican governor of Vermont, has agreed to serve as the VHS’s part-time interim executive director while a national search is undertaken to replace Mark Hudson, who recently announced his fall departure.
Vermont put its all-stars forward to face those of New Hampshire in the Twin State Basketball Games last week.
The Middlebury College women’s basketball team landed a spot on the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll presented by AT&T for the 2014-15 season.
4-H Club members from Addison County and Rutland County schools took part in last week’s Multi-County 4-H Dairy Show in Shelburne.
A Middlebury College researcher is using the NASA-ESA Hubble Space Telescope’s infrared vision to uncover the mysterious early formative years of quasars, the brightest objects in the universe.
Middlebury College Athletics mourned the loss of long-time friend and public address announcer Dave Sears this week. Known for his one-of-a-kind voice and witty personality, the campus comminity has sent its condolences to Sears family and friends.
Rutland’s Christ the King School and Mount Saint Joseph Academy will hold the seventh annual Honor Our Past event at the Rutland Holiday Inn on July 23. This year’s honorees are Diane Valente Liscinsky, Dr. William O’Rourke, Jr., and Father Richard Tinney.
Justus Sturtevant, of Vergennes, has been selected to serve on the editorial board of The Crusader student newspaper at Susquehanna University.
College of St. Joseph will launch a new education and training program called Pro-C.E.E.D. at CSJ—Professional Continuing Education, Enrichment and Development at CSJ—this September.
Thanks to effort of two students of Mt. Abraham Union High School, under the guidance of members of the Addison County Opiate Treatment Committee, a new website will help educate young people about the dangers of opiate drugs.