This Week’s Headlines

the Chronicle publishes every Wednesday.  Here are some of the headlines from our October 29, 2014, edition:

Barton Village Trustees:  Longe is named third trustee

by Aaron Dentel-Post


Is postal service shooting itself in the foot?

by David Dudley


Fairpoint workers still on picket line

by Aaron Dentel-Post


Newport City Council:  Voters will decide how to use Long Bridge money

by Joseph Gresser


In Norton:  Wilmont Nelson turns 100

photo by Paul Lefebvre


Plenty of political choice on November 4

by Tena Starr


Editorial:  We need a loud voice in Montpelier

by Tena Starr


Ask the weatherman:  So what’s this winter going to look like?

by Steve Maleski


Milne outlines job and school funding plans

by Joseph Gresser


GMP fined for noise violations in Lowell

by Aaron Dentel-Post


In Superior Court:  Former trooper must do 30 days of service

by Paul Lefebvre


Police report:  Property crimes investigated


In boys soccer:  Hazen upsets top seeded Lake Region in overtime

by David Dudley


In cross-country:  Brunette wins Division I state championship

by David Dudley


At the Barton Senior Center:  Costume contestants let loose

photos by Natalie Hormilla


The Great Chronicle Jack-o’-Lantern Contest:  Dana Knights wins coveted Don Sunseri award

photos by Joseph Gresser


Leroux brothers bag two moose

photo by Natalie Hormilla


Derby boy bags full moose

photo courtesy of the Micknaks


Bull shot in Brownington

photo by Paul Lefebvre


Conley inducted into Pony Pullers Hall of Fame

by Tena Starr


Ruminations:  The many forms of winter squash

by Tena Starr




Birth and engagement announcements


The Kingdom Calendar




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