Author: Neel Tandan

Letters to the editor (2/8/2018)

Guardian angels in Milton As I was leaving Rite Aid on February 1 after a long wait – not due to Rite Aid – I walked to my car with anxiety from the long wait, and a gust of cold wind took my breath away. I could not recover, and it sent me into a severe panic attack! A wonderful man, Jonathan McKenzie, and an unknown angel came to my aid. If not for them, I believe I would’ve died there. When Milton Rescue arrived my O2 was 80. So I want to thank them here, for because of...

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Brian E. Desranleau

MILTON – Brian Edward Desranleau, 72, died peacefully, with his loving family by his side, Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018, at the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington. Brian was born Jan. 11, 1946 in Burlington, the son of Emile and Katherine (Bushey) Desranleau. He graduated from Milton High School in 1964 and Champlain College in 1966 with an associate degree in business. He married Dale Wimble on April 11, 1970 at St. Ann Catholic Church in Milton. In 1966, he enlisted in the Vermont Air National Guard, where he retired in 2005 as chief master sergeant, and served...

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Chalmers carries Yellowjackets to victory versus Missisquoi

Madison Chalmers carried the Yellowjackets into the lead with a big second quarter and Milton stayed in front the rest of the way last Saturday for a 44-31 Lake Division girls basketball victory. Missisquoi, looking for a third win this winter after going 0-20 a year ago, came out of the first quarter trailing Milton by just a point at 8-7, helped by the first of Catherine Paradis’ two 3-pointers in the game. But helped by Chalmers’ three field goals in the second frame, after she had a pair of scores in the first, Milton pulled away while holding...

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Milton Town Forest will see improved access

The access path leading to Milton’s 350-acre town forest is slotted for a major upgrade before the end of 2018. The Milton Conservation Commission met last week to vote on a contractor to build the first phase of the project, a universally accessible, unpaved, multi-use path that will be more than a quarter mile long and five feet wide. The work will be paid for with a $50,000 grant awarded to the town by the state’s Recreational Trails Program in 2015 that expires at the end of the year. The town also provided a match of almost $17,000. Conservation...

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