MONDAY'S HUM ( 12-04-06 )
Monday tidbits from papers around the state.
Barre Times-Argus - Look at these rainbow clouds hovering over Williamstown yesterday.
Bennington Banner - Think youth sports are out of control? Banner columnist Don Keelan weighs in.
Valley News - Heartwarming tale of a train ride from White River Junction going north on Thanksgiving eve.
Stowe Reporter - Evelyn Wermer Frey reviews Jernigan Pontiac's latest offering: Hackie 2: Perfect Autumn
Addison Independent - Of X-mas trees and Velco
Rutland Herald - Here's a test. Name the Rutland Mayor. If you don't know, click here.
FIVE CORNERS UPDATE - Essential collection
Had a sleepover at the Essex Junction Five Corners Light last night. Arrived around 7 p.m., sensing it was going to be a long wait. So we got in our jammies, opened the bag of unshelled peanuts, and threw Caddyshack into the portable DVD player. Don't you love that movie? We think Rodney Dangerfield's death last year should have been a national day of mourning.
Anyway, when the light changed the next morning, we drove off, leaving the intersection strewn with peanut shells, or as they call them in Georgia - mulch!