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Athlete of the Week: Natalie Preston

Staying close to team leader Lizzie Martell at the Essex Invitational on Sept. 1, Preston played a big role in moving the Hornet girls’ team up in the team standings, knocking the team score down from 109 and third in 2017 to 67 to points and second. Finishing her second Essex Invitational in 21:00, Martell knocked just under a minute off her freshman time of 22:04, moving 2/3 of the way up the standings (from 33rd a year ago to 11th) and providing 16 of the 42 points of team-score...

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Getting enough Zzzzz’s

By MICHELLE MONROE St. Albans Messenger Staff If there is one thing every parent knows, it’s that an overtired child is a cranky, irritable child. When children – and adults – haven’t had enough sleep, they typically have trouble concentrating and lack of sleep has been connected to obesity, diabetes and other chronic illnesses. But with so many demands on families, and so many distractions keeping us all up at night, making certain your child gets the sleep they need can be a challenge. Here are some tips to help. Limit screen time before bed. Researchers at Harvard found...

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Sport Shorts: September 6, 2018

By JOE GONILLO Hope your Labor Day weekend was enjoyable and relaxing. Mine was full of a little soccer refereeing, some college football, fair food, time with family and friends and a beautiful Bolton wedding. Three days of school last week, four days this week and a full five days next week. Nice, easy way to start. High school sports are rolling. Middle school sports starting up. Essex hosts the annual Jay Brady Soccer Tourney Thursday and Saturday. ACT test number one on Saturday, as is the always-popular and delicious EAC Corn Roast at Chamberlain Farms. Hope your Fantasy...

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Another fair in the books!

Like always, the Champlain Valley Fair came and went in a flash. Fairgoers soared the sky, slid down to earth and caught up with their favorite furry friends. The fair brought thousands of people into Essex Jct. during the 10-day event that wrapped up last weekend. Photos by Kyle St. Peter for The Essex...

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Back to school

THOMAS FLEMING SCHOOL Fleming Entering Year Two as a PBIS School: We have established school expectations to be safe, be kind, be respectful, and be responsible. Students who demonstrate these behavioral attributes may be awarded a Fleming Falcon Feather card. These earned cards contribute to a school wide positive behavior culture shift, which will help make Fleming School a safe and supportive place to learn for all students and staff. The Fleming Falcon mascot, ‘Finnegan Falcon,’ will make appearances to encourage meeting our goals for following the high expectations that we have framed for behavior at our school. Our...

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