This Week’s Headlines

the Chronicle publishes every Wednesday.  Here are some of the headlines from our April 9, 2014, edition:

Legislature this week:  House raises minimum wage to $10.10

by Paul Lefebvre

 

North Country Supervisory Union:  John Castle will be new superintendent

by Joseph Gresser

 

In Newport:  Sears resigns as NCRC leader

by Joseph Gresser

 

What are those loud boom?

by Tena Starr

 

In Barton:  New ambulance is four-wheel drive

Photo by Bethany M. Dunbar

 

Troy school:  Voters to be asked May 2 for additional $287,300

by Richard Creaser

 

Three run for VEC director

 

Opinion:  Cold weather, hard state

by Peter Miller

 

In Superior Court:  Driver in North Troy fatal sentenced to prison

by Joseph Gresser

 

In Newport:  Aldermen ban medical marijuana dispensaries

by Joseph Gresser

 

Lake Region Union High School:  Mentor program would ease freshman transition

by Richard Creaser

 

Jay Peak Stateside construction postponed

by Joseph Gresser

 

Surviving the Bataan Death March, Part II

Remembering life in a Manchurian POW camp

 

Vermont Family Theater:  Spamalot is fool of medieval tomfoolery

by Joseph Gresser

 

North Country Expo showcases wide variety of services

by Richard Creaser

 

Meet and greet Barton’s Olympians

 

At Kingdom Invitational:  Challengers teams went undefeated

 

High school spring sports schedules

 

Local food leader visits Northeast Kingdom

by Joseph Gresser

 

In Superior Court:  West Charleston man charged with sexual assault

by Joseph Gresser

 

Police report:  Guns stolen from Mr. O’s Sporting Goods

 

Baird’s attorney seeks change of venue

by Bethany M. Dunbar

 

Ilene Douglas named Horse Person of the Year

by Bethany M. Dunbar

 

Ruminations:  How to cook with tofu when you don’t now how

by Joseph Gresser

 

Yours from the Perimeter:  Kicking out the jams

by Paul Lefebvre

 

Karen Karnes talks pottery and life with NEKLS students

submitted by Tanya Sousa at NEKLS

 

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