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The Week in Pictures for Jan. 6th:Burlington’s #32, center Ilona Maher towers over Spaulding’s #15 Annie Duff for the rebound during Tuesday night’s girl’s basketball game at BHS. (Photo by RYAN MERCER/FREE PRESS)
The Week in Pictures for Dec. 30th Pete Hipko deals with fogged-up glasses and icicles on his beard as he braves sub-zero temperatures as he walks to City Market in Burlington on Friday, January 3, 2014. (Photo by GLENN RUSSELL/FREE PRESS)
The Week in Pictures for Dec. 30th A thick coating of ice weighs down a sapling on Monday near the St. Albans Reservoir after freezing rains broke limbs and cut power to tens of thousands in Vermont. (Photo by JOEL BANNER BAIRD/FREE PRESS)
USA’s Hilary Knight (21) battle for the puck in front of the net with Canada’s Jennifer Wakefield (9) and goalie Shannon Szabados (1) during the USA women’s hockey match up against Canada at Gutterson Field House on Saturday night October 12, 2013 in Burlington, Vermont. (Photo by BRIAN JENKINS, for the FREE PRESS)
The south branch of the Middlebury River runs through the Robert Frost Interpretive Trail in Ripton. Frost, Vermont’s first poet laureate, wrote about brooks. “The brook became a symbol of the stream of imagination, which is able to clarify things,” Frost scholar and Middlebury professor Jay Parini said. Frost wrote about seasonal change, making these weeks a particularly vital time to read his poetry in the Green Mountain National Forest in Ripton. (Photo by SALLY POLLAK/FREE PRESS)
Richard Norris panhandles on Cherry Street, half a block away from Church Street, in Burlington on Wednesday, August 14, 2013. Norris says that he has been banned from Church Street for drinking, a policy that is being criticized by some but praised by businesses that line the pedestrian market place. (Photo by GLENN RUSSELL/FREE PRESS)