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Holland school still serves its community

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  by Sylvia C. Dodge HOLLAND — A new vibrancy has recently been growing in Holland.  Out of the ashes of a very difficult decision residents made to close their elementary school at the end of the 2018-’19 academic year, its ... More »

Stanstead threatens to turn off the tap on Derby residents

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    by Luke Vidic DERBY — Across the border, Stanstead, Derby Line’s partner in the International Water Company, is raising concerns about unpaid bills.  Dana Nagy of the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources wants to set up a meeting between the town of Derby and Stanstead. Some U.S. residents of Beebe Road and Canusa Avenue, outside Derby Line, are connected to Canadian water mains, but since Beeb... More »

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Evansville Trading Post goes on the block

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   by Luke Vidic ORLEANS—After 45 years of ownership, the Swett family will be parting ways with the Evansville Trading Post by the end of the month. The famous country store, which has been on the market for over a year, wil... More »

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Alleged shooter to have mental health check

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by Joseph Gresser   DERBY LINE—Law enforcement officers from most of the agencies in the area converged on a Caswell Avenue apartment building Monday morning after several people phoned in reports of shots being fired.  A Sta... More »

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by Tena Starr I retired as the Chronicle’s editor about a month ago, and, apparently, I’ve become a lot dumber since. They say one must keep busy or the brain, and body, atrophy. I felt busy enough — watching grandchildren, hanging out with parents, friends, Steve, baking pies, painting (n... More »