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Chris Braithwaite

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Baseball Rangers make history

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copyright the Chronicle June 13, 2018 BURLINGTON — Just before the start of Saturday’s Division Two state championship baseball game two gray-headed men, a grandfather and a veteran teacher, were sharing their wisdom about high school athletics just outside Ce... More »

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Baseball Rangers make history

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copyright the Chronicle June 13, 2018 BURLINGTON — Just before the start of Saturday’s Division Two state championship baseball game two gray-headed men, a grandfather and a veteran teacher, were sharing their wisdom about high school athletics just outside Ce... More »

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The mysterious world of mining for money

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copyright the Chronicle May 2, 2018 Matt Eldridge of Glover has gone into the mining business. Like a lot of wildcat miners, he’s not anxious to reveal where he’s working. He works pretty much alone, though he has some partners in the background. And though he... More »

We each get to decide what ruins our experience

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I was saddened to read in last week’s Chronicle that your joyful experience of the Kingdom’s winters is so often ruined by people riding by on snow machines. I too have loved the woods in winter since I discovered cross-country skiing 48 years ago. We had just... More »

Ray pleads guilty to second degree murder

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copyright the Chronicle January 24, 2018 NEWPORT — Jeffrey M. Ray faces 20 years to life in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder Tuesday morning. His defense team never disputed the fact that Mr. Ray shot and killed his ex-wife’s husband, Rick ... More »

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Ray pleads guilty to second degree murder

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copyright the Chronicle January 24, 2018 NEWPORT — Jeffrey M. Ray faces 20 years to life in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder Tuesday morning. His defense team never disputed the fact that Mr. Ray shot and killed his ex-wife’s husband, Rick ... More »

Mosher leaves a masterpiece

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copyright the Chronicle December 20, 2017   Points North, short stories by Howard Frank Mosher. Published by St. Martin’s Press; 202 pages in paperback. Reviewed by Chris Braithwaite   “Points North,” the 12-page story that opens Howard Mosher’s latest — and l... More »