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Here are just a few of the photos from the April 26 edition of the Chronicle. See below for our top stories. For all our stories, subscribe for print or online

WEBds steelhead flip

The Clyde River is roaring, but the steelhead trout are undeterred. This fish was seen Monday as it leapt through the torrent on the way to its spawning grounds upstream.   Photo by Joseph Gresser

WEBs craftsbury earthday labyrinth

Kosmos Gletsos follows the path of the labyrinth to reach the heart stone in the center. The public sculpture was built by Angus Monroe with a grant from The Art House.   Photo by Elizabeth Trail

WEBs Newbury project

A drawing of the proposed redevelopment of Newport’s old J.J. Newberry’s building shows the four-story addition sitting atop the old store.   Drawing courtesy of Ernie Pomerleau

WEBs welch visit columbia

Gary Gillespie of Columbia Forest Products (left) talks with U.S. Representative Peter Welch during the congressman’s visit to the Newport veneer mill on April 20.   Photo by Joseph Gresser

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