Tag Archive for Colchester

Lakers fall to Essex in midseason clash

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Colchester stayed tight with Essex before allowing a goal minutes into the second half on Monday night at Colchester High School. The Lakers moved to 3-3-1 on the season and traveled to South Burlington for a game Wednesday that concluded after The Sun went to print. Photos by Kyle St. Peter.

Town to make play for circ land

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The Vermont Agency of Transportation announced it wants to keep the 12 miles of unused corridor preserved in the 1980s for a beltway highway that today, has an uncertain future. So says VTrans’ management plan for the rights-of-way acquired for the so-called Circumferential Highway, of which only one of three legs has been built, Route…

Board preps for teacher negotiations

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Three Colchester School Board members attended a Vermont School Boards Association negotiations workshop Saturday in preparation for upcoming contract talks with the teachers union. The association has offered spring and fall negotiation workshops for the past two years. Saturday marked the first time members have participated. Board members Craig Kieny, Lincoln White and Curt Taylor,…

Jones fuels student fitness and nutrition

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Catherine Jones has almost singlehandedly kept the Colchester School District involved in the Fuel Up to Play 60 program, a collaboration of the National Dairy Council, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the NFL that focuses on childhood nutrition and exercise. As a fourth-grader, Catherine was part of a group of 13 students that transitioned…

Plattsburgh man pleads guilty to fishing derby fraud

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Plattsburgh angler Craig Provost changed his plea to guilty in Chittenden County Superior Court today for taking home thousands of dollars in prize money last year for a winning fish that wasn’t his. For almost a year after he participated in the 2015 Lake Champlain International Father’s Day Derby, Provost held the record for his…