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Jun 10, 2016

Town, School Partner To Develop 17-Acre Wood / Migratory Bird Day Saturday

May 14th is International Migratory Bird DayMeet at Hartland Elementary School at 8 a.m. on May 14, to explore the adjacent town-owned 17-acre wood and look for birds and early spring flowers. Be aware that the beginning (and end) of the trail is quite steep. Walk would be cancelled in the event of heavy rain. Sponsored by the Hartland Conservation Commission and the Hartland Nature Club. By Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent The Hartland Conservation Commission and Hartland Elementary School have a joint plan to utilize some land that is practically landlocked, has remained unused for many years, and that’s now called “the 17-acre wood,” for both education and recreation. At the Hartland Community Connections monthly breakfast forum on April 16 HES principal Jeff Moreno described “Wednesday in the woods,” one day each week when kindergarteners spend their entire school day outdoors on the plot of land. “They go out in all kinds of weather,” Moreno said. “The kids never complain, but the teachers sometimes aren’t as enthusiastic.” Th... (The Vermont Standard)

Jun 10, 2016

Lady's slipper is best-known native orchid

May through late June. In the Upper Valley, a great place to check out showy lady’s slippers is the Eshqua Bog Natural Area in Hartland, Vt., jointly owned and managed by the New England Wild Flower Society and the Nature Conservancy of Vermont. Susan Shea, a naturalist, freelance writer and conservation consultant, lives in Brookfield. The Outside Story is assigned and edited by Northern Woodlands magazine, northernwoodlands.org, and sponsored by the Wellborn Ecology Fund of N.H. Charitable Foundation. (Stowe Today)

Apr 22, 2016

UW-L mum on case of UW-L student who died after Angell Hall emergency

Friday at Becker Ritter Elmbrook Funeral Home in Brookfield, Wis. There will be a Mass at 2 p.m. Saturday at St. Charles Catholic Church in Hartland. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorial gifts be directed to the Connor Glynn Foundation, a newly-founded charity in his honor. Medical personnel were called to Angell Hall late April 10 into the early morning hours of April 11 after residents found Glynn and tried to resuscitate him. He was taken to Mayo Health System in Rochester, where he died April 14. Campus police, which are handling the investigation, and the Office of Student Life both have declined to comment on the cause of death, but UW-L Chancellor Joe Gow has said it is suspected the Glynn died of a prescription drug overdose. Both UW-L Police Chief Scott McCullough and staff in the student life office have withheld further information about the incident, declining Tribune requests for incident reports. A letter from a UW System lawyer in response to requests for information said releasing it could harm the ongoing investigation. “The investigation could be tainted by public release of investigatory materials before it is concluded,” the response stated. “The public interest in an investigation that is thorough, fair, and untainted by premature release outweighs the public interest in access to incomplete and unapproved materials.” UW-L’s student life office said “it may be several weeks before information is released.” UW-L’s police agency stopped updating its daily crime log after April 9, the day before Glynn’s e... (The Courier Life News)

Feb 3, 2016

Daryl C. Smiley

Tampico; three children, Maryl (Chris) Brennen of Villa Hills, Kentucky, Ellen (Travis) Hanrahan of Prophetstown, and Mark (Penelope) Smiley of Hartland, Wisconsin; eight grandchildren; one sister, Sue (Tally) Girard of Shorewood; one sister-in-law, Joanne (Jack) Latimer of Inyokern, California; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother. A time of sharing will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday in the gymnasium at Tampico Elementary School, 304 E. Kimball St. A memorial service will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Tampico United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Leanne Keates, pastor, officiating. Cremation rites have been accorded. Garland Funeral Home in Tampico is handling arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorials have been established to Tampico United Methodist Church, and Tampico Fire and Ambulance. Visit garlandfuneralhome.com to send condolences. Comments ... (SaukValley.com)

Jan 8, 2016

Maureen Mary (Charbonneau) Gilchrist

Bobbi Gilchrist of Brunswick, Maine, Brianna Gilchrist of Duncanville, Amanda Gilchrist of White River Junction, Vt., Amelia Gilchrist of Hartland, Vt., Morgan Gilchrist of Duncanville, and Erin Gilchrist of New London, N.H. She also leaves nieces and nephews in the Montreal and Toronto areas of Canada, who she was loving known as Auntie Mimi. She is finally free of her toil and pain here on Earth and now joins her eternal family with God. Ernest has missed his beloved dance partner for far too long. There will be no calling hours or funeral services. A graveside service will be held at the Oak Grove Cemetery in Bath, Maine on a date to be determined. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Susan G. Koman Foundation, or St. Judes Hospital for Children. An online guest book is available to leave a message of condolence by visiting www.rickerfuneralhome.com. (Valley News)

Dec 30, 2015

Thursday, Dec. 17 high school sports roundup

Westside Academy (0-4). Elk Rapids 55, Kingsley 45: Shae Summers scored 18 points for Elk Rapids. Nathan Schaar scored 13 points for Kingsley. Hartland 43, Walled Lake Western 35: Mitch Brown got Hartland (1-2) quickly with two three-pointers in the first quarter and had a game-high 11 points. Miles McDonald came off the bench and contributed eight points. Homer 55, Quincy 52: Quinn Eifrid led all Quincy (1-2) scorers with 20 points, five rebounds and four steals. Nate Karney added 10 points and seven assists, Ryan Gibson had 10 points and six rebounds while Brandon Gary scored seven points, grabbed six rebounds and dished out three assists. Inland Lakes 53, Gaylord St. Mary’s 45: Andrew Dufek had a double-double with 18 points and 22 rebounds while Mike O'Connor had 11 points and 17 rebounds for Inland Lakes. Also, Ryan Howery recorded 11 points, Jordan Hurst scored eight and Mark Hayner had five. Millington 83, Essexville-Garber 76 (2OT): For Millington, Shawn Pardee had 55 points and five rebounds Caleb Washer contributed a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds, including nine deflections. Cameron Henderson (seven rebounds) and Jimmy Reed (eight rebounds) each had six points. Bryce Bearss and Cody Hill each had three points. New Baltimore Anchor Bay 60, East Detroit 35: Tino DeJesus scored 1 0 points & Brendan Vermander added nine points for Anchor Bay (2-1). East Detroit is now (1-2). Northville 60, Wayne Memorial 54: Justin Gibbons scored 24 points and Justin Zimbo scored 20 for Northville (4-0). Keon Epps scored 18 points for Wayne (1-3). Novi 67, Livonia Churchill 43: Trayveon Maddox Jr put up 24 points and nine rebounds for Novi (3-1). Jon Hozermale scored 12 points in the loss for Churchill (3-1). Peck 45, Kinde North Huron 43: Dylan Dankenbring scored 11 points and Nick Grifka scored 10 for Peck (2-2). Matt Koth scored 16 points for North Huron (0-4). Plymouth Salem 67, Livonia Franklin 54: Kenny Topolovec had a team-high 21 points and 15 rebounds; Cameron Grace had 19 points and 5 assists for Salem (1-2). Mark Metty had 12 points to lead Franklin (1-2). Taylor Kennedy 75, Detroit Yes Academy 39: Maceo Anderson scored 26 points and Tyreek Terry scored 10 for Kennedy (3-1). Demetrius Green led Yes Academy (0-2) with 11 points. Traverse City 54, Gaylord 51: Jack Korte poured in 23 points to lead the Blue Devils. Jakovan Pryor-McCovery added 10 while Jacob Freeman scored 8. Walled Lake Central 61, Milford 41: Walter Ke... (Detroit Free Press)