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Here are just a few of the photos from the July 19 edition of the Chronicle. See below for our top stories. For all our stories, subscribe for print or online

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Mariel Hess, Jeanne Sicard, Pat Weston, and Sue Guilmette (left to right) recently visited the 185-mile towpath of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.   Photo courtesy of Mariel Hess

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Kyla Paul soars in Sunday’s performance of Farm to Ballet at Heartwood Farm in Irasburg. Ms. Paul studied for many years at North Country School of Dance.   Photo by Joseph Gresser

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Alano Hombre, pictured with owners Carrie and Dale Newland of Barton, placed fifth overall in the world in one class and eighth overall in another class at the Pinto World Show held in Tulsa, Oklahoma, June 12 to June 24.   Photo courtesy of Carrie Newland

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Michael Sanville has plenty of time to look around Saturday. He led off the Irasburg Church Fair Parade on an Oliver 5550 tractor driven by Isabelle Sanville, his granddaughter.   Photo by Joseph Gresser


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