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Holland Pond benefits from trophy trout stocking


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


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 »

Barton Museum hosts open house to kick off season


Crystal Lake Falls Historical Association will open the Barton Museum for the season at the Pierce House on Water Street, on Saturday, June 9, with an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. The association’s annual meeting will take place at 1 p.m. The museum will be ope... More »

Antiques and Uniques festival works to preserve the past


How can society keep innovation and technology moving at a healthy speed while still maintaining an appreciation for the slow manual labor of creating quality items? It’s nearly impossible to not have an e-mail address these days and so much work, corresponden... More »

NorthWoods offers overnight summer camp preview


What does a day and a night in the life of a NorthWoods camper look like? The public is invited to visit the center in East Charleston and find out. On June 9 and 10, NorthWoods is offering the first-ever summer camp preview — an opportunity for children ages ... More »

Mushroom man offers four-day course at Sterling College


Author and mushroom man, Tradd Cotter, will return to Sterling College June 7 through 10 to lead an immersion course, “Mushrooms, Molds and Mycorrhizae,” that dives into mushroom ecology, basic identification, farm reproduction methods, cultivation, mycoremedi... More »

Son of a Swim is all grown up


The open water swimming season will get underway on Saturday, June 30, with the Kingdom Games Son of a Swim. Starting this year at the clubhouse, located at 249 Sunset Acres in Newport, at 9 a.m., the swim offers a variety of lengths to and around the islands ... More »

Westmore Association lists summer events calendar


The Westmore Association calendar of events for the summer 2018 is as follows: Wednesday, July 4, at 3 p.m., it will host the annual boat parade; Saturday, July 7, in association with the Ladies Aid Society and the town of Westmore, there will be a town-wide y... More »

VSO ensemble to visit area schools on May 29


The Vermont Symphony Orchestra’s (VSO) Raising Cane woodwind trio will present performances at three area schools on Tuesday, May 29. All of these performances are made possible by the North Country Friends of the VSO. Raising Cane is always a big hit in schoo... More »

Obituaries May 23, 2018


Daphne Heath Chapin Daphne Heath Chapin, 83, of Austin, Texas, died on April 26, 2018, at home, surrounded by her family, after a long decline from Alzheimer’s disease. She was born April 4, 1935, in Baltimore, Maryland, the daughter of George and Emily Dimock... More »

NACO to perform spring concert on June 3


On Sunday, June 3, at 3 p.m., at the United Church in Newport, the Newport Area Community Orchestra will play its seventh annual spring concert. Conductors for the program will be Ken Michelli and Molly Kelly, along with Steven Tatum and Audrey Choi as feature... More »

Glover ponders revamping West Glover sidewalk


copyright the Chronicle May 16, 2018   by Leanne Harple   West Glover residents battled with local business owners and members of the Glover Select Board over the issue of a village sidewalk at the select board’s meeting last Thursday night. Residents along Co... More »