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June 2018

All posts published in June 2018

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Lake Region students attend leadership seminar

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Lake Region Union High School sophomores Ella Stevens and Mara Duquette attended the 2018 Hugh O’Brien Leadership (HOBY) seminar at St. Michael’s college. The HOBY vision is to motivate and empower young individuals to make a positive difference in global soci... More »

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Elks club awards local students

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The Elks club recently held their drug awareness poster competition. Charleston Elementary School hosted two winners. Fourth-grader Ella Romero won at the local level, and received a cash prize. Third-grader Christopher Plankey won at the state level, receivin... More »

Free art camps for kids and teens

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For the third year, Greater Barton Arts (GBA) will hold free art classes for students. The classes, which focus on drawing and painting, will occur in collaboration with the Old Stone House Museum’s Time Traveler’s Camp, which this year will feature heritage a... More »

Barton Public Library plant and seedling sale

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Donate extra plants to the community seed exchange for the Barton Library’s annual plant and seedling sale on Saturday, June 30, as part of the Barton townwide yard sale. The set-up will be on the lawn of the Barton library that morning, and donations, marked ... More »

Amish prepare benefit dinner

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There will be an Amish benefit dinner on Friday, June 15, from 4 to 7:30 p.m., at the grammar school/Grange Hall now located at 1569 Prospect Hill in Brownington.  The public is invited to enjoy a homecooked barbecue chicken dinner with baked beans, cold salad... More »

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Bread and Puppet opens its 43rd season

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copyright the Chronicle May 30, 2018 GLOVER — After the Sacred Harp chorus finished its program of early American church music, it was time to wake the museum guard. That was not as simple as it might sound, for the guard is made of wood and not easily disturb... More »

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Swartz pleads innocent to second degree murder

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copyright the Chronicle May 30, 2018 NEWPORT— Judge Robert Bent ordered Randall E. Swartz held without bail Monday afternoon after the 58-year-old Orleans resident pled innocent to a charge of second-degree murder. Police say he shot and killed Thea Swartz, hi... More »

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Cruzin’ for a good cause

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copyright the Chronicle May 30, 2018 by Briana Bocelli  Motorcyclists around the Northeast Kingdom took to the open road on Saturday to “ride with a purpose” in support of Cruzin’ for Cancer. Exactly 107 bikes appeared in the motorcade that left Sweet Harmony ... More »

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Work Commons will offer a new way of working

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copyright the Chronicle May 30, 2018 NEWPORT — Co-working spaces are usually found only in bigger cities, but developer Rick Woodward plans to open one to cap off his renovation of the Montgomery Ward building on Main Street here. He and his daughter Jamie are... More »

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Cruzin’ for a good cause

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copyright the Chronicle May 30, 2018 by Briana Bocelli Motorcyclists around the Northeast Kingdom took to the open road on Saturday to “ride with a purpose” in support of Cruzin’ for Cancer. Exactly 107 bikes appeared in the motorcade that left Sweet Harmony i... More »

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Alumni return for moving fiftieth anniversary concert

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copyright the Chronicle May 30, 2018 NEWPORT — North Country Union High School has long been recognized as having exceptionally strong music and arts programs. Current students, alumni, and some of the teachers who made the school an arts powerhouse gathered F... More »