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WEBs barton bedbugs eliminator

In a scene reminiscent of the movie ET, tubes snake into some windows at the Barton Graded School Friday afternoon. Exterminators from The Eliminator Pest Control Service were on the hunt for bedbugs, as a precautionary measure. Photo by Joseph Gresser

WEBs bad renters trash

Rose Warner found this pile of trash outside a trailer she and her husband, Vernon, rented in July. They said they were paid only $300 rent over the course of several months, learned by accident that their tenant had left, and found the place a wreck. Photo by Tena Starr

WEBs reset wind turbines

Wind turbines spin on Sheffield Mountain Tuesday. Siting such projects was one of the issues that Energize Vermont said should be addressed by bill H.40, whose main thrust is the creation of a Renewable Energy Standard and Energy Transformation (RESET) Program that its authors think will make Vermont power more environmentally friendly and save money. Photo by Joseph Gresser

WEBs spates demo done

By April 14 everything but the foundations of stores that once lined Main Street in Newport were gone, along with the rubble from demolition. A new fence was put up to keep passersby out of the empty lot where the Spates Block once stood until construction begins on the Renaissance Block that is planned as its replacement. Photo by Joseph Gresser

WEBs thoreau cabin joinery

North Country Career Center student Evan Daigle fits a tenon into a mortise on the roof of a Henry David Thoreau cabin replica. All the logs made by the forestry students fit into the planned design, except for one. Photo by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph

In a scene reminiscent of the movie ET, tubes snake into some windows at the Barton Graded School Friday afternoon.  Exterminators from The Eliminator Pest Control Service were on the hunt for bedbugs, as a precautionary measure.  Photo by Joseph GresserRose Warner found this pile of trash outside a trailer she and her husband, Vernon, rented in July.  They said they were paid only $300 rent over the course of several months, learned by accident that their tenant had left, and found the place a wreck.  Photo by Tena StarrWind turbines spin on Sheffield Mountain Tuesday.  Siting such projects was one of the issues that Energize Vermont said should be addressed by bill H.40, whose main thrust is the creation of a Renewable Energy Standard and Energy Transformation (RESET) Program that its authors think will make Vermont power more environmentally friendly and save money.  Photo by Joseph GresserBy April 14 everything but the foundations of stores that once lined Main Street in Newport were gone, along with the rubble from demolition.  A new fence was put up to keep passersby out of the empty lot where the Spates Block once stood until construction begins on the Renaissance Block that is planned as its replacement.  Photo by Joseph GresserNorth Country Career Center student Evan Daigle fits a tenon into a mortise on the roof of a Henry David Thoreau cabin replica.  All the logs made by the forestry students fit into the planned design, except for one.  Photo by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph

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