This Week’s Headlines

the Chronicle publishes every Wednesday.  Here are some of the headlines from our November 26, 2014, edition:

Dions accused of elaborate deer poaching scheme

by Tena Starr


Lake Region Union High School:  Slight spending decline in no frills budget

by Joseph Gresser


Rash of burglaries linked to stolen car


Jay Peak opens early, looks for workers

by Joseph Gresser


Carrier wins 30-year battle for subdivision

by Joseph Gresser


Newport jobs picture is positively rosy


Ask the weatherman:  Why does winter start on December 21?

by Steve Maleski


Ethan Allen temporarily lays off workers

by Joseph Gresser


Barton Solar fined $1,000

by Tena Starr


Upcycling:  Turning trash into treasure at NorthWoods

by David Dudley


St. Paul’s School:  Students hear veterans’ war stories

by Joseph Gresser


In Norton:  Bo the two-legged goat lives a coddled life

by David Dudley


In Superior Court:  Hunter runs afoul of bear dog law

by Paul Lefebvre


In Canaan:  Man charged with smuggling aliens


The Outside Story:  Wild turkeys — birds that tough out the winter

by Carolyn Lorie


Sterling faculty will run 171 miles for climate campaign


First USSA SuperTour Festival in Craftsbury begins January


High school winter sports schedules


Business news:  Limoges is executive director of OEVNA and Hospice


Book review:  Debut novel draws page-turning journey

by Tena Starr


Ruminations:  Thanksgiving dinner — a meal that never ends

by Joseph Gresser


Yours from the Perimeter:  The faces of Thanksgiving

by Paul Lefebvre




School news


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