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Sheriff keeps his position

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copyright the Chronicle August 15, 2018 Orleans County Sheriff Kirk Martin is very likely to keep his job for the next four years. He defeated Newport City Police Detective Jennifer Harlow-Jacobs, his opponent in the Republican primary, by a margin of 1,211 to 945. Glover did not report its results to the Secretary of State’s website and its results are not included in vote totals. As no Democrati... More »

Sheriff keeps his position

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copyright the Chronicle August 15, 2018 Orleans County Sheriff Kirk Martin is very likely to keep his job for the next four years. He defeated Newport City Police Detective Jennifer Harlow-Jacobs, his opponent in the Republican primary, by a margin of 1,211 to 945. Glover did not report its results to the Secretary of State’s website and its results are not included in vote totals. As no Democrati... More »

One-hundred-fifty-first Orleans County Fair opens

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copyright the Chronicle August 15, 2018 by Briana Bocelli BARTON — The Orleans County Fair is back for its one-hundred-and-fifty-first fair to promote the importance of agriculture and community. Michael Tetreault is a past president of the Orleans County Fair Association and currently a board member. He said the fair represents the heritage of agriculture in Vermont and all the generations that h... More »

In Superior Court: Drug debt suspected in Jay store burglary

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copyright the Chronicle August 15, 2018 by Paul Lefebvre NEWPORT — A young Newport man accused of two counts of burglary, including one at the Jay Country Store, was allegedly in debt to a cocaine dealer. Unable to post a $15,000 surety bond, Joshua Furlow, 21, was held in custody after pleading innocent to two felony charges of burglary. …To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s ... More »

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