July 9, 2015 RSS feed / People

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Vikan Wins National Book Prize At Rochester Writers’ Retreat

People / Jul. 9, 2015 / By Catherine Marenghi

“Sacred and Stolen: Confessions of a Museum Director,” a memoir by Gary Vikan, long-time director of the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, has won the latest round of Pitch Week, a national book contest for emerging writers sponsored by th Read More

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FLAGS & MORE FLAGS

People / Jul. 9, 2015 /

Brian Townsend and son Atticus loved the parade. (Herald/ Nancy Cassidy)   Read More

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“I’m One”

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Hi! My name is Addison Ann Richards and I’m turning one year old on July 13, 2015! Read More

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Chiropractor Steven S. Mustoe Joins Gifford Sports Medicine

People / Jul. 9, 2015 /

Steven S. Mustoe, D.C. has joined the Sports Medicine clinic at the Sharon Health Center. Read More

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Gifford Medical Center Adds Two New Radiologists to Staff

People / Jul. 9, 2015 /

With the arrival of two new radiologists, Gifford Medical Center has created its first employee-staffed Radiology Department. Gifford previously contracted radiology services through outside private practices.  Read More

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Local Man Makes Good On Childhood Dream

People / Jul. 9, 2015 /

Randy Benson, 2003 graduate of RUHS and son of John and Dale Benson of Brookfield, has, from his earliest days of grade school wanted to fly. His senior project at Randolph Union High School was learning to fly at E.F. Read More

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Gifford Health Care Welcomes Physician Asst. Leslie Osterman

People / Jul. 9, 2015 /

Physician Assistant Leslie Osterman has joined Gifford’s primary care team and is now seeing patients in the Randolph and Bethel clinics.  Read More

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Out-going Gifford Doctor Leaves Legacy of Addiction Treatment

People / Jul. 9, 2015 / By Katie Jickling

Dr. Read More

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MIND THE GAPS

People / Jul. 9, 2015 /

Nick Vanderkloot from the Netherlands and Robert Vernimmen of Luxembourg rolled through Randolph Saturday on their way to Rochester and Brandon gaps in pursuit of a one-day, six-gap tour of the Green Mountains, beginning and ending in Middlebury. Read More

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Sea of Spectators

People / Jul. 9, 2015 /

Celebrating “America the Beautiful,” Randolph’s July 4th parade was a wonderful mix of color, sounds and people … lot’s of people! (Herald / Bob Eddy)   Read More

News of Area Students

People / Jul. 9, 2015 /

Harper Shawverhowell of Randolph was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Binghamton University in Binghamton, N.Y.  Read More