Town public safety log — April 29 through May 5

As submitted by Shelburne Police Department Saturday, April 29 00:36 Traffic Offense ETHAN ALLEN HWY & CROSSWIND DR Traffic Stop – The operator was identified and asked for consent to search the vehicle. When the officer searched the vehicle, he found alcohol. The operator was issued court diversion paperwork for Possession of Alcohol by a… Read More »

Town Public Safety Log—April 22 through April 28

As submitted by Shelburne Police Dept. Saturday, April 22 09:39 Traffic Offense BOSTWICK RD & SHELBURNE RD, Shelburne Traffic Stop. The operator was identified and found to be under criminal suspension. Operator was transported to the Police Station for processing. Following processing the operator was issued a citation for Driving with License Suspended and released.… Read More »

Keep moving . . .

By Jeff Albertson Hamstring Strains Spring is in the air! The transition from skiing and skating to running and jumping opens us up to certain injuries. Hamstring strains are one such injury. Who Gets It? Hamstring strains are relatively common in sports – especially those requiring explosive acceleration and jumping. Sports such as football, soccer,… Read More »

Town public safety log — April 15 through April 21

As submitted by the Shelburne Police Department Saturday, April 15 00:19 Noise Disturb SHELBURNE RD; SHELBURNE CAMPGROUND, Shelburne Caller reported loud music in the area. Shelburne Police was dispatched. The officer checked the area, but was unable to hear anything. 02:15 Medical Call PINE HAVEN SHORES RD; SHELBURNE BAY, Shelburne 911 Caller reported a medical… Read More »

Public Safety Log — April 8 through April 14

As submitted by Shelburne Police Dept. Saturday, April 8 00:20 Medical Call VT ROUTE 116, Shelburne 911 Caller reported a medical emergency. Shelburne Rescue and Police were dispatched. The patient was transported to the Hospital. 01:33 Medical Call COVINGTON LN, Shelburne 911 Caller reported a medical emergency. Shelburne Rescue and Charlotte Rescue were dispatched. The… Read More »

Neal Steinhoff: Helping others see the world

Neal Steinhoff’s roots are in Wisconsin. He followed in his father’s footsteps, graduating from the University of Wisconsin, and his sons followed both him and his wife in getting their education as Badgers. When Steinhoff’s wife of 60 years died, he had a choice to make. Two sons had moved to California, one to Virginia… Read More »

TOWN Public Safety Log — April 1 through April 7

As submitted by Shelburne Police Dept. Saturday, April 1 00:47 Noise Disturb SHELBURNE RD; CHAMPLAIN LANES, Shelburne Caller reported loud music in the area. Shelburne Police was dispatched. The officer determined the source and spoke with staff about the volume. 00:52 Traffic Offense SHELBURNE RD, Shelburne Traffic Stop. The operator was identified and transported to… Read More »

Getting the yard ready for spring

Getting the yard ready for spring

That one sunny day this past weekend inspired many a Vermonter to break out the gardening gloves and the hoe; despite the fact that we all know it will surely snow again within the next few weeks, the birds are working on their nests, the bugs are timidly crawling back out, and we’re getting out… Read More »

New study shows kids get lots of exercise at camp

New study shows kids get lots  of exercise at camp

By the American Camp Association Kids at day camp are getting more than the recommended amount of physical activity each day, according to a    study, “Children’s Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity Attending Summer Day Camps,” published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine. “This study provides the public with empirical evidence the camp community has known… Read More »

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