Pigeon message found over a century after sent by German soldier

first_imgDominique Jardy, curator of the Linge Museum, near where the discovery was made, thinks 1910 is more likely, Le Parisien reports (in French). – Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img

38 Hancock County athletes earn PVC cross-country honors

first_imgELLSWORTH — Twelve Hancock County athletes were among those earning Penobscot Valley Conference first-team all-star honors in cross-country for the 2014 season.Among large schools, the Mount Desert Island Trojans dominated the girls’ selections with seniors Caroline Driscoll and Waylon Henggeler, junior Sakura Sunagawa and sophomores Lydia Dacorte and Emma Strong named to the first team and freshman India Janes to the second team.From Ellsworth, senior Haley Lawrence was a first team selection and senior Mariah Brown received honorable mention.For small school girls, George Stevens Academy freshman Eliza Broughton was a first team selection; juniors Hanna Gutow and Rachel DesFosses, sophomore Emma Larson-Whittaker and freshmen Zeya Lorio and Mary Richardson were named to the second team; and sophomore Bella Cimeno received honorable mention.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textJunior Natalie Coleman of the Bucksport Golden Bucks was named  to the second team.On the boys’ side for larger schools, MDI seniors Ralph Magnani and Jordan Harris were first team selections, senior Ethan Craigo and junior Peter Philbrook were second team selectons and senior David Anderson received honorable mention.For small school boys, GSA senior Tate Yoder, junior Devlin Valle and sophomore John Hassett were first team selections, junior Oliver Broughton was named to the second team and junior Aylen Wolf received honorable mention.From Bucksport, junior Skyler Fraga earned second team honors.Named to the PVC Cross-country Senior All-academic Team were Amaziah Jones of Bucksport; Derek Look, Bailey Neale and Olivia Lounder of Ellsworth; Nathaniel Boechat, Tate Yoder, Chun (Charcy) Ye, Yixin (Lauren) Ran and Madison Cole of GSA; David Anderson, Ethan Craigo, Waylon Henggeler, Sara Norberg and Anita Wray of MDI; and Brittany Pomeroy of the Sumner Tigers.last_img read more