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Driver hits and kills Jersey calf in Lowell, drives off

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LOWELL — Local authorities are hoping that they can track down a driver who struck and killed a calf in Lowell this morning.

Police say they were notified of a crash involving an unknown vehicle on the Cheney Road in Lowell, near the Ostiguy Road.

The unknown vehicle collided with a 1-year-old Jersey calf.

The calf died as a result of the collision, and police say the vehicle involved never stopped to notify anyone.

The incident happened sometime between 6 and 7 a.m.

Anyone with any information is being asked to call the Vermont State Police.

Cliff tops and overlooks closed to protect nesting peregrines

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LOWELL — Several cliff areas across the state are currently closed to protect nesting peregrine falcons, and the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and Audubon Vermont are recommending hikers check to see if the area you’re planning to hike or climb in is open.

“Peregrine nesting is well underway this spring,” said John Buck, Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department biologist. “The falcons are very sensitive to human presence, so we ask climbers and hikers to please maintain a respectful distance from all nests. These closures help people to choose an alternative route in advance.”

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department partners with Audubon Vermont to monitor the sites throughout the nesting season. These sites will remain closed until August 1 or until the department determines the risk to nesting falcons has passed.

Barnet Roadcut (Barnet) – Route 5 pullout closed
Bolton Notch (Bolton) – Upper west cliff closed to climbing
Bone Mountain (Bolton) – Portions of cliff closed to climbing
Deer Leap (Bristol) – Closed
Fairlee Palisades (Fairlee) – Cliff top closed
Hazen’s Notch (Lowell) – Cliff closed to climbing
Marshfield Mt (Marshfield) – Portions closed to climbing
Mt. Horrid (Goshen) – Great Cliff overlook closed
Nichols Ledge (Woodbury) – Cliff top closed
Rattlesnake Pt (Salisbury) – Cliff top closed
Snake Mountain (Addison) – Overlook south of pond closed
Table Mt (Manchester) – Closed

Additional sites may be added to the closed list if nesting falcons choose new sites.

“The areas closed include the portions of the cliffs where the birds are nesting and the trails leading to the cliff tops or overlooks,” said Buck. “In many cases the lower portions of the trails are still open, and we encourage people to get out with good binoculars or a scope to enjoy watching the birds from a distance. We will update the closure list as more nesting data are reported.”

Last year saw a record nesting season for Vermont’s peregrine falcons, with 67 young birds successfully growing up and leaving the nest.

The peregrine falcon was removed from the endangered species list in 2005 due in part to people respecting the falcon’s nesting period.

Katherine Sims of Lowell announces candidacy for the Vermont House of Representatives

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LOWELL — Katherine Sims of Lowell announced on Monday that she is running for the Vermont House of Representatives to represent the residents of Eden, Lowell, Jay, Westfield, and a portion of Troy.

Sims is the founder and executive director of Green Mountain Farm-to-School, a nonprofit in the Northeast Kingdom that teaches kids about nutrition and agriculture, sources local food in the community, and employs a dozen people. The project has also generated over $1 million in sales for local farmers.

“I am proud to call the Northeast Kingdom my home and I am running for state representative because I am passionate about making a difference in our community,” said Sims. “Too often policies from the Montpelier are leaving the Northeast Kingdom behind and it’s time for a new voice that understands the issues affecting our community and is willing to do something about it.”

Sims sits on the board of directors for the Vermont Council on Rural Development and the Vermont Land Trust. She was also named a “Rising Star” by Vermont Business Magazine in 2014.

“Through work in the community and with Green Mountain Farm-to-School, I have demonstrated my ability to implement creative solutions to address some of our district’s biggest challenges,” Sims said. “I will work tirelessly to strengthen our local economy, support working Vermonters, and make sure government works for all communities, including rural ones like ours.”

In addition to her work at Green Mountain Farm-to-School and board of directors service, Sims was auditor for the town of Westfield and is the organizer of the Annual Lowell Holiday Market.

“I am a lifelong Republican but I am impressed with what Katherine has to say,” said Stub Earle, former State Representative and treasurer for Sims’ campaign. “She has my vote.”

Sims will be a candidate in the Democratic Primary on August 9.

“If elected, I promise to fight for the Northeast Kingdom every step of the way,” she said, ”Together we can be a powerful voice for our community.”

Nonprofit founder from Lowell nationally recognized for ‘Shaping Rural America’

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NEWPORT — Katherine Sims of Lowell, founder and executive director of Green Mountain Farm-to-School (GMFTS), is being recognized nationally through Farm Credit 100 Fresh Perspectives, a search to identify and honor 100 leaders who are changing rural communities and agriculture for the better.

The honorees were announced at a National Ag Day event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday. Sims is the only honoree from Vermont.

“There is incredible work being done around food and agriculture throughout the Northeast Kingdom and the state of Vermont and I am proud to be involved in working to create a better future with everyone,” said Sims. “It is an honor to be recognized through Farm Credit 100 Fresh Perspectives and to be able to highlight that great work that is taking place, especially in the Northeast Kingdom.”

Sims, a graduate from Yale University, started GMFTS as one school garden in Jay/Westfield and the belief that every Vermonter deserves access to healthy, affordable food. The organization has since expanded and now works with 27 schools growing school gardens, sourcing local food in the cafeteria, and providing nutrition and agriculture education.

It also serves free meals in the summer to kids through its Lunchbox food truck, runs a regional food hub, Green Mountain Farm Direct, to source local food in schools and institutions, and heads a state-wide education campaign, Vermont Harvest of the Month, to educate communities about the great food grown in Vermont.

Sims also serves on the board for the Vermont Council on Rural Development, Vermont Land Trust, and the University of Vermont Extension Advisory Board.

Farm Credit, an organization that supports rural communities with credit and financial services, launched the Farm Credit 100 Fresh Perspectives program as part of its 100th anniversary. One hundred honorees were selected, by a panel of experts on rural matters, from 1,100 nominations that spanned all 50 states. They are considered among the best-of-the-best who are positively shaping what is next for rural communities and agriculture.

“Farm Credit has supported rural communities and agriculture for 100 years, and we understand the vision and commitment it takes to remain successful as rural America evolves and changes,” said Todd Van Hoose, president and chief executive officer of the Farm Credit Council. “The Farm Credit 100 Fresh Perspectives honorees are inspiring examples of leaders who are creating a brighter, more vibrant future for rural America.”

Man who stole guns and drugs from Newport Police evidence room pleads no contest

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NEWPORT — The 20-year-old man who was charged with breaking into the evidence room at the Newport City Police Department and stealing guns and drugs, as well as burglarizing homes and businesses in Troy and Lowell, was in court on Tuesday where he pled no contest.

According to court records, Mikeal Rivers, of Troy, could end up serving anywhere from eight to 25 years behind bars for his crimes. As part of his plea deal Rivers had some charges dismissed, and he will be able to contest the length of his sentence, which will be decided by Judge Howard VanBenthuysen.

The crimes Rivers will be sentenced for go back to November 2014, with an overnight crime spree that occurred in Troy and Lowell.

Police say Rivers, along with an accomplice, began the night in a stolen vehicle that arrived at a home on Route 100 in Troy. They abandoned the vehicle on the property, and entered a garage and stole two ATVs. They then embarked on a rash of burglaries throughout the night in Lowell, ending in three homes and one business being broken into, most of which were occupied at the time of the robberies.

One of the charges Rivers had dismissed on Tuesday was grand larceny.

Then back in February of 2015, Rivers was arrested again after probation and parole officers notified the Newport City Police Department that they were at an apartment and discovered numerous evidence bags with the contents missing. The evidence bags had Newport City Police Department case numbers on them. Residents at the apartment told police they were left there by Rivers.

Officers went back and discovered that the secured evidence room had been entered by force. The room was locked at the time, and police say Rivers gained access by breaking a window in the door.

While police were on their way to the apartment they saw Rivers walking on Main Street. He attempted to run, but was apprehended and found to be in possession of the stolen evidence, including guns and drugs.

In court on Tuesday, Rivers pled no contest to 17 charges ranging from burglary and possession of heroin, to providing false information to implicate another. He could face up to 25 years behind bars for his crimes.

1 dead, 1 injured in ATV crash in Lowell

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LOWELL — A 46-year-old man from Montgomery is dead, and a 39 year-old woman is injured after an ATV crashed in Lowell on Sunday afternoon.

Police are reporting that Richard Buckland, of Montgomery, was pronounced dead at North Country Hospital after being involved in an ATV accident that took place on a remote trail in Lowell. The crash took place at around 1:41 p.m., Sunday.

Police also say that Elizabeth Buckland was transported to North Country Hospital to be treated for non-life threatening injuries relating to the crash. Reports say that she suffered a lung injury in the accident.

The incident happened approximately two miles out on a trail that runs adjacent to Mines Road.

The crash is still under investigation, but police say that both were not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.

Vermont State Police and members from the Newport and Missisquoi Ambulance and Lowell Fire Department responded to the scene.

“Remote rescue was used to transport two subjects from the machine involved,” a statement issued by police reads.

Police investigating burglary in Lowell

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LOWELL — Police are investigating a burglary that took place sometime last week in Lowell.

Police are saying that the incident happened at a camp located on Mines Road.

The break-in occurred sometime between Wednesday, May 13, and Friday, May 15.

The camp belongs to Lawrence Trahan, 55, of Virginia.

Trahan advised police that several items had been taken during the burglary, and that the windows to the camp had been smashed out.

Police are asking that anyone with information regarding this incident to contact the Vermont State Police Derby Barracks.

Wintry weather to blame for rollover crash in Lowell this morning

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LOWELL — A late-season snow last night left roads snowy and ice covered, causing hazardous driving conditions that were to blame for a single-vehicle rollover crash in Lowell at around 5:30 a.m. this morning.

Police say that Gary Bowen, 36, of Derby Line, was traveling west on Vermont Route 58 in Lowell, when he lost control of his vehicle.

Bowen ran off the right side of the roadway, striking a culvert and rolling the vehicle.

According to a statement from police, Bowen sustained a “minor shoulder injury,” but he refused medical treatment.

Rockwell Towing responded for Bowen’s car, a 2005 Ford Taurus. It was totaled in the accident.

A release issued by police lists weather conditions as snowing, with roads snow and ice covered.

Crash in Troy leads to attempting to elude and DUI charges

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Car accident Newport VermontTROY — Police say that they have charged a 29-year-old man from Lowell with attempting to elude and DUI, after a crash that took place in Troy on Tuesday.

According to a statement issued by police, Seth Comley was driving a silver vehicle on Vermont Route 101 at around 9:20 p.m., when Trooper Steven Fauteux witnessed the car traveling at a high rate of speed.

Police say that after the trooper activated his sirens, Comley attempted to elude, subsequently losing control of the vehicle and colliding with a snow bank.

“While speaking with Comley, the odor of intoxicants was immediately detected,” Fauteux said in a statement. “Field sobriety exercises were not performed and Comley was subsequently arrested for suspicion of DUI.”

Comley, who was injured in the crash, was transported to North Country Hospital where he refused the evidentiary test.

Photo courtesy of the Vermont State Police.

Newport man arrested in connection with Lowell crime spree

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Photo courtesy of the Vermont State Police.
Photo: courtesy of the Vermont State Police.
NEWPORT — An 18-year-old resident of Newport was arrested on Monday, and is being held on five counts of burglary and two counts of unlawful trespass, in connection with an overnight crime spree that took place in Lowell in November. More arrests are pending.

Authorities say that after a lengthy investigation by the Vermont State Police and the Newport Police Department, it was determined that Tyler Benoit, 18, of Newport, was one of the suspects involved in a brazen rash of overnight burglaries that took place across Lowell. In total, seven homes and businesses were broken into.

The crime spree began sometime after midnight on November 24, when a stolen vehicle turned up at a home located at 6380 Route 100 in Troy. The suspects entered the homeowner’s garage and made off with two ATVs.

By mid-morning one of the ATVs was discovered parked behind Newport Center Elementary School. The other ATV was recovered later that day behind an apartment building on Highland Avenue, in Newport.

Police believe the suspects that were driving the stolen vehicle made off with the ATVs, then embarked on the series of burglaries throughout the night. Most of the homes that were broken into were occupied at the time.

Kenneth Dufour, 61, of Lowell, reported the suspects entered through an unlocked door and stole cash, a digital camera, and a pair of binoculars from him. They then entered his garage and went through his vehicle.

Another victim, Juanita Tetreault, 54, of Lowell, said the suspects entered through an unlocked door and stole her purse, including the wallet, cell phone, and cash that was inside.

They then forced their way through a side window at Flash’s Fix It Shop, a small engine repair business owned by Andre Tetreault. The break-in caused extensive damage, and the suspects made off with cash taken from the shop.

Merle Crawford Sr., 69, of Lowell, had cash and medication stolen that night after the suspects entered his home through an unlocked rear door.

Benoit, who is on probation in Orleans County, is being held on lack of $7,500 bail set by Orleans County Court. The investigation is ongoing, and more arrests are expected.

Crime spree hits Lowell early Monday morning

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TROY — An investigation is underway after a stolen car was abandoned at a residence in Troy, which kicked off a series of burglaries in Lowell that lasted throughout Sunday night, and early Monday morning.

Police say that the crime spree started when a white, 1997 Saturn that had been stolen on November 19, arrived at the home of Bill Lantagne, 24, located at 6380 Route 100 in Troy. The unknown individuals driving the Saturn abandoned the vehicle on Lantagne’s property, at which point they entered his garage and stole two ATVs.

One of the ATVs, a 90cc youth model, was recovered mid-morning on Monday, parked behind Newport Center Elementary School. The other, a 2007 Honda Rancher, was recovered later that day parked behind an apartment building located at 236 Highland Avenue, in Newport.

Police believe the suspects that were driving the stolen vehicle made off with the ATVs, then embarked on a rash of burglaries throughout the night in Lowell, ending in three homes and one business being broken into, most of which were occupied at the time of the robberies.

Kenneth Dufour, 61, of Lowell, was home when the suspects entered through an unlocked door and stole cash, a digital camera, and a pair of binoculars. They also entered his garage and went through his vehicle.

Another victim, Juanita Tetreault, 54, of Lowell, was home when the suspects entered through an unlocked door and stole her purse, which included her wallet, cell phone, and cash.

They then forced their way through a side window at Flash’s Fix It Shop, a small engine repair business owned by Andre Tetreault, 71, of Lowell. The break-in caused extensive damage, and the suspects made off with cash taken from the shop.

Merle Crawford Sr., 69, of Lowell, had cash and medication stolen, after the suspects entered his home through an unlocked rear door. It’s believed that they also forced their way into Crawford’s other residence through a side door, located at 2156 Route 100, however, nothing was missing from this property.

Police say that the burglaries are all believed to be tied to the stolen car. They are seeking the public’s help as they continue to investigate, and anyone with information is being asked to contact VSP Derby at: 802-334-8881.

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Lowell man arrested after early morning crash

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LOWELL — A 50-year-old man from Lowell was processed for DUI after an early morning crash that took place in Eden.

Police are reporting that Steven Stolte was traveling south on Route 100 at around 4:30 a.m., with a blood alcohol concentration three times the legal limit in Vermont. Stolte was driving a 2003 Volkswagen Jetta when his vehicle struck a guardrail along the west edge of the roadway.

The Jetta then crossed both lanes of Rte 100 and drove off the road in front of a residence. Stolte then struck a parked, unoccupied truck causing it to be pushed into another parked car. The truck, a 2003 Chevy Pickup, was totaled after the crash.

The Vermont State Police, North Hyde Park Fire Department and Northern EMS responded to the crash.

Stolte was screened by EMS and was not injured, but provided a roadside blood alcohol concentration sample of 0.249%.

The legal limit is 0.08%. He was subsequently processed for DUI and issued a citation to appear in Lamoille District Court.

Car flips on Route 58 in Irasburg Monday afternoon

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IRASBURG — Police are saying that speed appears to have been a factor in a single-vehicle crash that sent a car flipping across both travel lanes on Vermont Route 58 in Irasburg on Monday.

At around 12:15 p.m., Brandon C. Mason, 19, of Orleans, was driving a black 1996 Honda Civic, headed east.

He lost control in the corner and ended up traveling across the oncoming travel lane, hitting the guardrails. Mason told police his vehicle then ended up rolling over a few times, traveling back across both travel lanes until it came to rest off the south side of the roadway, on someone’s property.

Mason’s vehicle came to an uncontrolled rest on some items that the property owner had piled up. The vehicle just missed crashing into a large tree.

Both Mason and a 16-year-old passenger from Lowell were transported to North Country Hospital. According to a statement issued by police, they were treated for cuts and bruises.

The vehicle was totaled and had to be towed from the scene. The crash is still under investigation.

Single vehicle crash in Irasburg Sunday evening

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Car accident Newport Vermont

IRASBURG — A car accident in Irasburg Sunday evening resulted in two people being taken to North Country Hospital to be treated for their injuries.

According to a statement issued by police, Kurt Heinchon, 28, of Lowell, was traveling west on Vermont Route 58 in Irasburg, when he swerved off the road and struck a tree stump. Heinchon told police that a deer ran into the roadway, causing him to drive off the road and onto the shoulder.

The crash took place at around 6:45 p.m.

A 4-year-old passenger was inside the vehicle at the time. Heinchon was not wearing his seat belt, but the child was secured in a child safety seat.

Both Heinchon and the child were transported by Orleans Ambulance to North Country Hospital, where they were treated for non-life-threatening injuries. The Irasburg Fire Department responded and assisted at the scene.

The vehicle, a 2006 Toyota Scion, sustained extensive front end damage.

Lowell man charged with stealing a school bus, attempted burglary

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LOWELL — Police say a 24-year-old man from Lowell went on a crime spree early Saturday morning in Montgomery, that included attempted burglary, stealing a school bus, possession of narcotics, and driving through multiple mail boxes as he made his way back to his home in Lowell.

Matthew Pion was taken into custody on August 30, after troopers first received emergency calls at around 3:35 a.m. from terrified residents on Hazen’s Notch Road in Montgomery, who contacted police after a man had attempted to gain forced entry into their home. The male was ultimately unsuccessful in his attempt.

As troopers responded to the call it was learned that a school bus had been seen traveling without headlights on Hazen’s Notch Road toward the Orleans County line. The Orleans County Sheriff’s Department was called upon to assist.

While St. Albans troopers tracked the school bus on Hazen’s Notch Road, Derby troopers successfully located the bus stuck in the roadway on Hazen’s Notch in Lowell, at which point Pion was taken into custody.

The investigation found that Pion, who was substantially intoxicated, had failed to gain access to the residence in Montgomery. He then stole a school bus that was parked nearby, and attempted to use it to return to his Lowell residence.

Investigators say that he drove the school bus through multiple mail boxes along the way. He managed to reach his residence but grounded the school bus into the pavement as he was unable to negotiate his driveway.

Pion was transported to the St. Albans Barracks for processing. During the processing Pion provided an evidentiary sample of his breath which showed his BAC to be above the legal limit of .08%.

Pion was later transported to the Northwest Correctional Facility where he was lodged for lack of $5000 bail.

He is scheduled to appear in Franklin County District Court to answer the charges of DUI, Felony Attempted Burglary, Felony Theft of a School Bus, Operation without Owner’s Consent, Possession of Narcotics, and multiple counts of Leaving the Scene of an Accident

Jennifer Barrett defeats Franklin in primary

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NEWPORT — In the heated primary race for Orleans County State’s Attorney, Jennifer Barrett has defeated incumbent Alan Franklin.

With 17 of 20 precincts reporting, Barrett has 56 percent of the vote:

Alan Franklin (i) — 42% — 714 votes
Jennifer Barrett — 56% — 947 votes

Barrett has served in the Bennington County State’s Attorney office, where she was the domestic violence prosecutor.

As the incumbent, Franklin was not elected to the position. He was appointed by Gov. Peter Shumlin in 2011, however, he did carry his hometown of Newport City, with 178 votes, to Barrett’s 150.

In Derby, Barrett took 204 votes, to Franklin’s 183.

The next step in the race to become Orleans County State’s attorney will take place in the General Election on November 4. Barrett will face Democrat Jim Lillicrap of Lowell, and independent Ben Luna of Brownington.

Both Lillicrap and Luna have served as deputy state’s attorney, with Lillicrap serving in Orleans County, and Luna having served recently in Caledonia County.

Patricia Sears Named AARP Vermont State President

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Patricia Sears State President Vermont AARP

NEWPORT — AARP has announced that Patricia M. Sears, who recently served as founding director of the Newport City Renaissance Corporation, has been appointed State President of AARP Vermont.

The appointment is a volunteer position where Sears will work closely with both staff and volunteers throughout the state to help AARP achieve its mission in Vermont. Sears takes over the position held by Jim Leddy since 2008.

“We are extremely fortunate to have Trish on board representing the interests of our members across Vermont,” said Greg Marchildon, state director at AARP Vermont. “She has impressive credentials and a strong network of connections throughout Vermont. She is well equipped to support our advocacy and outreach agendas including livable communities, health care reform, financial security, energy affordability, workforce opportunities, and transportation issues among others.”

Her responsibilities will include serving as primary volunteer spokesperson, chairing the AARP Vermont Executive Council, building networks and community partnerships and recruiting volunteers.

Sears is the CEO of NEKTI Consulting, a strategic communications firm providing government and community relations expertise to growing businesses and organizations. She is recognized statewide for her skills in coalition building, networking for opportunities with tenacious follow-up for impact, community outreach and advocacy.

She is also a board member of the Northeastern Vermont Development Association, the Northeast Kingdom Travel & Tourism Association and a member of the Vermont Public Television Community Council.

In 2012, Sears was named the Citizen of the Year by the Newport Daily Express.

Tours underway at Kingdom Community Wind Project in Lowell

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LOWELL — Tours are well underway at Green Mountain Power’s Kingdom Community Wind site in Lowell. So far this summer GMP has brought nearly 400 people to the top of Lowell Mountain to get an up-close view of the 21 turbine project.

During the free tour, visitors have the opportunity to learn about the project, touch a blade, and experience how the turbines operate and harness the power of wind.

“Green Mountain Power is thrilled to once again offer these free tours to the public,” said GMP Spokeswoman Dorothy Schnure. “Connecting Vermonters directly to how energy is produced is so important. The tours are a wonderful way to engage with people and show them first hand this exciting wind project.”

The tours last 90 minutes and are free to the public.

You can sign up online by CLICKING HERE or by calling Gert Tetreault at 802-744-6664.

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Two street signs stolen in Lowell, third thrown into a river

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LOWELL — The Vermont State Police are reporting that two street signs in Lowell were stolen, and a third was removed from its location. Sometime between Tuesday and Thursday the signs went missing.

One was stolen from Kempton Hill Road, located at the intersection with the Mines Road. The other was taken from Mines Road, located at the intersection with Vermont Route 58.

The third sign indicated a narrow bridge ahead, and was removed from its location and discarded in the river located in the same general area.

When street signs are stolen they are often used as decorations, however, sometimes it is done to avoid obeying the law by claiming later the sign was not there.

Usually considered to be a prank by the perpetrators, the theft is often costly and inconvenient for the municipality.

In the United States, each street sign generally costs between $100 and $500 to replace.

Anyone with information pertaining to this theft is encouraged to contact the Vermont State Police, Derby Barracks 802-334-8881.

High-speed police chase Sunday night in Irasburg and Lowell

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NEWPORT — A 37-year-old man from Johnson is lodged at Northern State Correctional Facility in Newport after leading police on a high speed chase that lasted 38 miles on Sunday night.

Jeremiah Phillips was driving on Route 58 in Irasburg on Sunday night, when a Vermont State Trooper attempted to pull his vehicle over. While the trooper approached the vehicle, Phillips fled.
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