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Scammers target PayPal accounts

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Scammers have found several ways to target people with PayPal accounts. Con artists have been e-mailing fake payment confirmations claiming to be from PayPal that contain links that, if clicked, allow them to install malicious malware. Phishing scams look like... More »

Burke celebrates the holidays on December 10

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A visit from Santa is just one event in a full day of holiday festivities scheduled throughout the town of Burke on Sunday, December 10. It starts off with Santa’s annual pilgrimage to Mike’s Gas in West Burke from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Santa will have gifts for a... More »

Charleston students get hands-on ecological instruction

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On September 26, fifth- and sixth-graders from Charleston Elementary School visited Echo Lake to celebrate the conclusion of the hands-on ecological program run by Siskin Ecological Adventure during the 2016-2017 school year. Siskin Ecological Adventures is a ... More »

Skida gear sale will benefit Craftsbury library

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Skida Headwear is partnering with the Craftsbury Public Library for a holiday sale. During the Craftsbury Holiday Market, the library will have a booth selling Skida hats and headwear, with the retail profit from each sale going directly to the library. “We ar... More »

Obituaries December 6, 2017

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Richard G. Gonyaw Richard G. Gonyaw, 73, died on November 24, 2017, after a short battle with cancer at the Union House in Glover. He was a lifelong resident of Barton. He was born on December 26, 1943, in Barton. He was the son of the late Ferdinand and Laura... More »

Rifle season reaps big bucks

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copyright the Chronicle November 29, 2017   With time running out on the 2017 rifle season for deer, the harvest this year is expected to mirror last year’s results. During the 16-day rifle season of November 2016, hunters reported 7,753 deer. Preliminary repo... More »

NCSU Act 46 plan is into the home stretch

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copyright the Chronicle November 29, 2017   by Joseph Gresser   NEWPORT — The North Country Supervisory Union is headed into the home stretch in its effort to persuade the state Agency of Education to allow it to continue to operate as it has, rather than requ... More »

IRS lien on Derby Line Ambulance

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copyright the Chronicle November 29, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   DERBY — The select board here won’t be sending any more money to Derby Line Ambulance until it gets answers about a $151,110 tax lien the IRS slapped on the ambulance service at the end of Septem... More »

Barton Senior Center gave Barton Arts $20,000

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copyright the Chronicle November 29, 2017   by Tena Starr   The defunct Barton Senior Center has given Great Barton Arts $20,000. The money is in an escrow account and will be used for programs for seniors, said Ed and Adrien Helm, Greater Barton Arts board me... More »

The Music Box hosts a benefit concert for Puerto Rico

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The Music Box at 147 Creek Road in Craftsbury will host a concert to re-grow Puerto Rico on Friday, December 1, at 7:30 p.m. All funds raised will benefit agriculture and artists in Puerto Rico. The concert will feature music from Randy Bulpin and Rik Barron, ... More »

Fish and Wildlife Department to host moose meeting

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The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department will hold a public informational meeting about Vermont’s moose on Wednesday, December 13, at the NorthWoods Stewardship Center, 154 Leadership Drive, in West Charleston. “We are holding the meetings on the status of Ver... More »

Brownington 12-year-old to be in Spectacular Spectacular

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Zoey Copp, 12, of Brownington, recently attended an audition in South Burlington where she won a spot in the live performance of Spectacular Spectacular to be held on December 9 at the Higher Ground ballroom. The event is sponsored by Kids VT magazine. Zoey wi... More »