This Week’s Headlines

the Chronicle publishes every Wednesday.  Here are some of the headlines from our August 20, 2014, edition:

A Chrysler cleans up at the Demolition Derby

by Joseph Gresser


In Irasburg:  Stone settlement will have ramifications

by Paul Lefebvre


In Westmore:  Lucky dog saved from Pisgah cliff

by Tena Starr


Raboin to drop out of House race


Unemployment rate drops to 5 percent


Editorial:  Thanks, Jim

by Bethany M. Dunbar


Campaign 2014:  Peyton touts homesteading plan

by Joseph Gresser


Vicki Strong to seek re-election in Orleans-Caledonia One

submitted by VIcki Strong


In Brownington:  Special Town Meeting for truck, town garage

by Natalie Hormilla


Newport City Council:  What to do with an unspent $187,000?

by Joseph Gresser


Phelps is new postmaster in Barton

by Bethany M. Dunbar


Barton Village boundary dispute heads to trial

by Bethany M. Dunbar


Lowell wind:  Turbines meet sound regulations, report says

by Joseph Gresser


Australian animals visit the fair

by Tena Starr


Orleans County Fair:  Showing a cow is tougher than it looks

by David Dudley


Orleans County Fair results:  Youth dairy show winners

submitted by Daniele Simpson


At the Orleans County Fair

photos by Joseph Gresser and Tena Starr

(slideshow of some images here)


Orleans County Fair results:  Maple chunk honey wins Best in Show

from the Orleans County Maple Producers


Louis Garneau celebrates new U.S. headquarters

by Joseph Gresser


Police report:  ATV fatality still under investigation


At the Orleans Country Club:  Morin sets course record

photos courtesy of Josh Olney and Irene Farrar


Hospital tournament raises scholarship money

from North Country Hospital


Book review:  What makes Vermont special?

Reviewed by Tena Starr


Ruminations:  Fair food — or how to gain ten pounds in five days

by Tena Starr


Yours from the Perimeter:  Taking cues from a raven

by Paul Lefebvre




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


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