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Council members say they’ll listen


  by Trisha Ingalls NEWPORT — On Town Meeting Day, March 7, voters here elected a new mayor, a new city councilor, and returned an incumbent to take on the job of governing the city, and those three say they are ready for the challenge. “I’m over the moon,” mayor-elect Beth Barnes said of her win.  “I’m ecstatic.”  She said she’s also overwhelmed.  “I’ve never experienced this level of support fro... More »


School forums produce ideas for improvement


  by Trisha Ingalls In an effort to go beyond simply looking at the issues surrounding the teacher shortage at North Country Supervisory Union (NCSU) and beyond, Superintendent Elaine Collins hired a facilitator and hosted a ... More »


Donated ambulance going to Ukraine


  by Matthew Wilson TROY — Travelers passing along Route 100 over the weekend may have noticed an ambulance at the Troy Volunteer Fire Department with lights flashing with the Ukrainian flag emblazoned on the side.  Over the ... More »

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Vermont couple are blown off course


    by Tena Starr Maybe it’s because I grew up on the Missisquoi, which routinely flooded fields on our farm, the road and bridge as well, so we were sometimes stranded with the road under water on both sides.  Maybe it was because Dad didn’t seem particularly distressed by the f... More »