This Week’s Headlines

the Chronicle publishes every Wednesday.  Here are some of the headlines from our April 29, 2015, edition:

Sugaring season was short

by Elizabeth Trail


In Glover:  Selectmen rehire Sheriff’s Department

by Elizabeth Trail


Antlerless permits could be scarce

by Tena Starr


Castle encourages changes to how students learn

by Joseph Gresser


In Barton Village:  Hydro Feasibility Study report May 6


In Barton:  Flag retirement ceremony at Pageant Park


Police report:  West Glover mailbox exploded


Opinion:  If Vermont were a school….

by John Castle


At North Country Union High School:  Actors share addiction experience with students

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


Barton Village Trustees:  Abatement ordinance in the works

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


Derby Selectmen wrestle with sewer allocations

by Joseph Gresser


At Lake Region Union High School:  Library floor officially declared safe

by Elizabeth Trail


Worthington takes part in Governor’s hunt

by Tena Starr


At Columbia Forest Products:  Tour offers a look at Newport wood manufacturer

by Joseph Gresser


In Superior Court:  Trip to junkyard leads to burglary charges

by Joseph Gresser


Youth Spring Turkey Weekend hunting photos


Four generations continue sugaring tradition

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


Ruminations: What made it through the winter?

by Joseph Gresser


Yours from the Perimeter:  Obscurity becomes me

by Paul Lefebvre




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