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Patricia Ann “Pat” Smith, 82, of Littleton Road, Monroe, N.H., died on Monday, Feb. 10, 2020, at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, N.H.

The purpose of the Orleans County Positive Ticket program is simple: to build relationships and trust with youth in our community by catching them doing something good and rewarding them for that behavior which will inspire and motivate greater good behavior. The following Brighton Elementary School students received Positive Tickets from Sgt. Sean Selby, of the Vermont State Police: from left, Shealeigh Tardif (Grade 7); Catriona Kinsey (Grade 5); Sky Reeve (Grade 1); Colby Niles (Kindergarten); Ethan Moore (Kindergarten); Chase Sheltra (Grade 2); and Sgt. Selby. Students may use their ticket to claim an individual cheese pizza from Hoagie’s or a small ice cream from Tim and Doug’s. Ticket recipients will be entered into a drawing at the end of the program to win a family pass to the Jay Peak water park. The Positive Ticket program is sponsored in part by Hoagie’s Pizza & Pasta, Jay Peak, Time & Doug’s Ice Cream Shop, Coventry Falls Alpaca and The Front Desk.

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Doug and Alicia DeMasi of Lyndonville, Vt., announce the birth of their daughter, Harley Blake Styles DeMasi, at 10:42 p.m. on April 2, 2019 at Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital.

Doug and Joe Hodge have raised a new boutique home building company at 4819 Memorial Drive, Lyndonville. After 30 years of experience doing construction projects together, the father and son have teamed with Amish carpenters, to make tiny cabins and insulated trailers for compact, portable living and storage.

Tim Burns, Mike Koehler, Dustin Lasher and Roger Gosselin enjoy the first ice cream cones of the season last week at Tim and Doug’s at Pick and Shovel in downtown Newport City. Gosselin says snowmobilers are able to walk from their snow machines to downtown thanks to the new pilot trail to the Waterfront Plaza.