Shelburne police blotter — June 17 through June 21

As submitted by Shelburne Police Department Saturday, June 17, 3:13 a.m. Shelburne Police assisted Andover, Mass., Police with a welfare check at the Days Inn on Shelburne Road. The individual never checked in at the motel. Saturday, June 17, 3:28 a.m. Shelburne Police assisted South Burlington Police with a noise disturbance call on Shelburne Road… Read More »

kudos

Northeastern University, Boston, MA Ashley Frizzell, granddaughter of Ernie Goodrich, graduated magna cum laude. Colby College, Waterville, ME Beatrice Woodruff, Charlotte, was named to the dean’s list for the Spring 2017 semester. University of Vermont, Burlington, VT William Sudbay, Charlotte, was announced as the University of Vermont’s Fraternity & Sorority Life Outstanding Junior Award Recipient.

Shelburne Police blotter — June 10 through 16

June 10-June 16 as submitted by Shelburne Police Dept. Saturday, June 10, 2:01 a.m. Shelburne Rescue was dispatched to Wright House on Harrington Avenue for a 911 medical call.The patient refused transport to the hospital. Saturday, June 10, 8:47 a.m. Shelburne Police assisted with traffic control at the Wake Robin tag sale on Wake Robin… Read More »

Can you help us solve these mysteries?

Can you help us solve these mysteries?

By Rosalyn Graham The Shelburne Historical Society has recently received donations of items that inspire us to turn to the public for help in learning more about these items and their stories. The first item is this remarkable uniform (which is modeled here by a local boy, not by the original owner of the uniform).… Read More »

Shelburne Police Blotter — June 3 through June 9

As submitted by Shelburne Police Department Police issued 55 traffic violations, responded to 11 miscellaneous complaints, and answered four burglary alarms. Saturday, June 3 12:24 a.m.: Medical call on Tracy Lane. 911 caller reported a medical emergency, and patient was transported to the hospital by Shelburne Rescue. 9:43 a.m.: An officer observed school crossing at… Read More »

Police brief

Dump truck rear-ended; Shelburne man unhurt A Shelburne man escaped injury when his paving truck was rear-ended by a pickup truck June 8 in Jericho. Rebekah Ovitt, 24, of Jeffersonville, who was driving the Ford F-150 that hit the dump truck, received injuries to her back, right leg, shoulders, hips and face. She was taken… Read More »

Diagnosis: Diabetes

Diagnosis: Diabetes

At my last annual physical, my doctor informed me I had diabetes. No big deal, I thought. I feel great; I’ve got no symptoms. Maybe I have to give up candy bars and do a little less recreational eating, but how bad could it be? Then I went to the nutritionist for diabetes education. It… Read More »

Call local Helpline for answers to gardening questions

Call local Helpline for answers to gardening questions

By Beret Halverson Help is only a free phone call away for home gardeners planning a garden, concerned about pest control, or searching for suitable cultivars for their plant hardiness zone. The University of Vermont Extension Master Gardener Helpline is open for calls from Vermont and northern New Hampshire gardeners four days a week. Questions… Read More »

Lyme disease – what to look for in your pets

Lyme disease – what to look for in your pets

By M. Kathleen Shaw, DVM Vermont Veterinary Medical Association for Vt. Digger Lyme disease is a very serious concern for people and pets. It is carried by deer ticks, which emerge in the spring, remain active during the summer months, and then go through a burst of activity in the fall. While we think of… Read More »

John Bisbee: Advocate for Vermont youths

Working as an optical system engineer, John Bisbee helped make the first camera that landed on the surface of Mars in 1976, as well as the cameras that circled the moon to find a place for American astronauts to land. Those are the ones he can talk about; many more remain classified. After retirement, Bisbee’s… Read More »

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