What Erika Nichols-Frazer guarded as her deeply private struggle is actually common.
Shiffrin told NBC Sports, “This number 83, it was almost completely out of my mind today… I guess it’s very fitting that it would come in the moment when I actually am thinking about it the least and don’t expect it at all.”
Brian Lindner was 11 when he spotted the wreckage. It became a life’s calling. “I was just fascinated by it,” he recalls.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Dreamscape” by Piper Leibon, 15, of Thetford. Artwork is “Ice Magic Pt. II” by Amelia Van Driesche, 16, of Burlington.
Noah Kahan remembers getting excited when a song he put on SoundCloud hit a thousand plays. Now, his songs have been streamed more than a billion times.
Michael Stanley and Kate Gluckman, who started running the store in late 2021, said in a Facebook post they decided to step down because, among other factors, they haven’t been able to grow the business the way they wanted to in the store’s aging building.
According to the town manager, road crews began using larger stones to repair roads after last year’s awful mud season. After a dozen residents complained of flat tires, the town will switch back to its old methods.
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Morse served as a trial court judge from 1981 to 1988 and an associate justice for the Vermont Supreme Court from 1988 to 2003.
Two years after a long and passionate town debate about Jacob Street, named for a man who owned an enslaved woman, Windsor residents working to strengthen social equity and inclusivity said the name remains a problematic message.