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May 2018

All posts published in May 2018

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Orleans man suspected of shooting wife

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copyright the Chronicle May 23, 2018 ORLEANS — State Police said Tuesday that Randall Swartz, 58, of Orleans, suspected of murdering his wife, Thea Swartz, 54, was still at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, where he is being treated... More »

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Orleans man suspected of shooting wife

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copyright the Chronicle May 23, 2018 ORLEANS — State Police said Tuesday that Randall Swartz, 58, of Orleans, suspected of murdering his wife, Thea Swartz, 54, was still at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, where he is being treated... More »

Forest tent caterpillar damage expected again in 2018

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Forest tent caterpillars have hatched, according to forest health specialists from the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation. These insects are expected to cause defoliation again this summer in maple forests in northern and southern Vermont. Th... More »

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Barton dock dog featured on Fox and Friends

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copyright the Chronicle May 23, 2018 BARTON — About four years ago, Gordon and Cindy Chaffee of Barton took in Emma, a lap dog of mysterious origins, while her owner was in the hospital. At the time, they would have been among the last to suspect that unremark... More »

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Barton dock dog featured on Fox and Friends

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copyright the Chronicle May 23, 2018 BARTON — About four years ago, Gordon and Cindy Chaffee of Barton took in Emma, a lap dog of mysterious origins, while her owner was in the hospital. At the time, they would have been among the last to suspect that unremark... More »

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Remembering Terri Weed at the Dandelion Run

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copyright the Chronicle May 23, 2018   by Briana Bocelli   Saturday was a beautiful day to remember the life, and honor the memory, of Terri Weed at the tenth annual Dandelion Run hosted by Kingdom Games. Nearly 250 people came from in state, out of state and ... More »

The Goodrich is saying good-bye to its beloved director

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copyright the Chronicle May 23, 2018   by Tabitha Armstrong   NEWPORT — Carol Nicholson has been the director of the Goodrich Memorial Library for the past 15 years. After losing her husband, she had wanted to do something to be involved in the community, and ... More »

Newport centennial parade set for June 30

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On Saturday, June 30, the opening ceremony for Newport’s Centennial Celebration is scheduled to begin at 10:45 a.m., in front of the Municipal Building. Local and state dignitaries will kick off the celebration followed by a colossal and extraordinary parade b... More »

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Holland Pond benefits from trophy trout stocking

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Vermont’s “Trophy Trout” stocking program for 2018 includes eight river sections and 15 lakes and ponds receiving the two-year old trout, some over 18 inches long. Stocking of the river sections will occur throughout May. “The trophy rainbow and brown trout st... More »

Free salary negotiation workshop for women in Newport

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The Vermont Commission on Women (VCW), a non-partisan state government commission working to advance rights and opportunities for women and girls, is presenting a free salary negotiation workshop at the Goodrich Memorial Library on Saturday, May 26, from 10 to... More »