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News analysis Dairy crisis a root cause of rural decline

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by Joseph Gresser Governor Phil Scott, as well as legislators and economic experts from across the political spectrum, say Vermont is facing a population crisis.  Young people are leaving rural areas, jobs go begging, and community services such as fire departments have difficulty finding new members. …To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe to the online editi... More »

Legislation could affect Coventry landfill

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by Joseph Gresser COVENTRY — Two bills that could affect the Coventry landfill are making their way through the Vermont General Assembly.  Their authors were in town on Thursday, April 12, to talk about PFAS and other concerns. …To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe to the online edition below: Annual online subscription Short-term online subscription Print s... More »

University of Irasburg explains how to cook a bear

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by Elizabeth Trail IRASBURG — The secret to sweet tender bear meat is in the way the bear is handled right after it’s bagged. …To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe to the online edition below: Annual online subscription Short-term online subscription Print subscription (To find a particular article, search for the corresponding edition of the newspaper)... More »

Holland kids cook in the Capitol

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by Elizabeth Trail MONTPELIER — Holland Elementary School’s Junior Iron Chef winners brought enough of their special wonton nachos to the State House last Friday to serve 100 people, even though event organizers had suggested 60 to 70 servings. …To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe to the online edition below: Annual online subscription Short-term online sub... More »

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Irasburg is on the right path with its university

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Last week Irasburg launched the University of Irasburg, a month of neighbors offering free classes to neighbors. In some ways, as organizer Judith Jackson acknowledges, it’s amusing. But it’s also serious. Urban Vermont, urban America, are doing pretty well right now. If you’re well enough... More »

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