This Week’s Headlines

the Chronicle publishes every Wednesday.  Here are some of the headlines from our August 27, 2014, edition:

Orleans County State’s Attorney:  Barrett defeats Franklin in Primary


Barton Village:  Supervisor’s job will be eliminated

by Tena Starr


Feds say Vermont Schools are “low performing”

by Joseph Gresser


In Brownington:  Voters approve town garage and new truck

by Natalie Hormilla


Representative Young recovering from motorcycle crash

by Tena Starr


In Barton:  Artists’ shows will test waters for collaborative

by Tena Starr


Primary Election results 2014:  charts for each race


In Derby:  Hunt edges out Boskind

by Joseph Gresser


In Newport:  A changing downtown

by Joseph Gresser


In Brighton:  Maple operation expects Act 250 permit soon

by Tena Starr


In Jay:  Cedarwood Resort to be replaced by campground

by Natalie Hormilla


Class ring from 1979 reunited with its owners

by Tena Starr


The Outside Story:  Burying beetles:  nature’s undertakers

by Tim Traver


At Holland Elementary:  Bullis remembered at first day of school

by David Dudley


In Glover:  Cars of Yesteryear roll into town

photos by David Dudley


At Farm and Food Days:  Tours stretched from Charleston to Wolcott

photos courtesy of the Center for an Agricultural Economy


In Superior Court:  Primary Election enters a court appearance

by Paul Lefebvre


Police report:  Gunshots posed no public threat, police say


In Charleston:  Annual Echo Lake races included a new swim

from Kingdom Games


A Boy Scout’s adventure:  Friends, fish, eagles, and one long canoe trip

by Bethany M. Dunbar


Ruminations:  Blast from the past:  Life as we knew it

by Joseph Gresser


Yours from the Perimeter:  A splash of swamp water

by Paul Lefebvre




Property transfers:  Town of Irasburg — September 2013 through April 2014


The Kingdom Calendar




To subscribe to the Chronicle’s full digital edition, check out the online edition.  Annual online subscriptions and short-term online subscriptions are both available.

To read the Chronicle in print, pick us up at your local store or subscribe.