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Tragedy strikes new Lowell store owners

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  by Tena Starr LOWELL — Ken Charbonneau and his wife, Mulunesh “Mulu” Kidane, had owned the Lowell General Store little more than two weeks when tragedy struck.  Mr. Charbonneau and his wife bought the store on August 3.  On... More »

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An interview with South Barton fire victim

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by Tena Starr SOUTH BARTON – Lois Lew’s house, a 60-year-old mobile home, was destroyed by fire Monday evening, and it wasn’t insured.  Yet, Ms. Lew considers herself kind of a lucky woman. She had stopped at the laundromat a... More »

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Falcons open football season with a win

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    by Joseph Gresser   LYNDON CENTER — The first game of the 2020 football season came late this year, but the wait proved worthwhile for the North Country Union High School Falcons, who took a lead early in Saturday’s conte... More »

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Pandemic leads to too many pigs?

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  by Tena Starr COVID has had many unexpected consequences.  In the Northeast Kingdom it’s apparently led to a pig glut. Some folks who, in the early days of COVID-related shortages, were looking to guarantee themselves a sou... More »

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Maybe there’s a silver lining

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Editorial Maybe there’s a silver lining   The giant experiment of opening schools in the midst of a pandemic started this week.  While Orleans County has only 17 known cases of COVID to date, asymptomatic people who have not been tested can spread the disease.  And no one knows right now h... More »

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