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Orleans students gets letter from White House

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©the Chronicle, 2015 by Elizabeth Trail ORLEANS — Nine-year-old Nolan Myers has been watching his mailbox ever since last spring, when he sent a letter to President Obama, along with a picture of a model of the White House that he’d made in his third-grade art... More »

North Country band plays at Disney World

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©the Chronicle, 2015 by Elizabeth Trail For 53 members of the North Country Union High School band, last week’s flying trip to perform at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, was an adventure they had worked toward for three years. For the 20 adult ch... More »

NEK residents give health insurance mixed reviews

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©the Chronicle, 2015 by Elizabeth Trail Despite both state and federal efforts to improve access to health care, relatively few small businesses in the area — the ones with fewer than 50 employees — offer medical insurance to their employees. And many people f... More »

Obituaries November 18, 2015

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Richard Oliver Hill Richard Oliver Hill, 72, of Newport Center died on November 8, 2015, in Lebanon, New Hampshire, surrounded by his loving family. He was born on November 7, 1943, in Newport Center to Clarence and Anita (Collins) Hill. On May 16, 1964, he ma... More »

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Food preservation party in Wheelock

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There will be a Food Preservation Party at Wheelock Mountain Farm on Sunday, September 27, from 1 to 5 p.m.  Enjoy a wide range of food preservation workshops followed by a “happy hour” and culture swap.  Please bring home-grown/preserved food, beverage, and c... More »

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1,000 pounds of onions stolen from Albany farmer

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copyright the Chronicle September 23, 2015 by Tena Starr ALBANY — A puzzled Albany farmer is wondering why anyone would want to steal nearly 1,000 pounds of onions. Andy Paonessa arrived at one of his farm fields last week to top and crate onions and discovere... More »

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Ruminations: Fresh food fatigue — it’s a thing

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copyright the Chronicle September 23, 2015 by Richard Creaser There reaches a point in every growing season where the produce just keeps rolling in. While the quantities are cause for celebration, the variety leaves something to be desired. By mid-July I’m jus... More »

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Land trust helps farmers find farms

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copyright the Chronicle September 23, 2015 by Joseph Gresser BROWNINGTON — Neal Perry has lived all of his 48 years on the 134-acre farm that was in his family 43 years before he was born. But sometime soon another farmer will be cultivating the land. Mr. Perr... More »

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Drilling underway on new well for Lake Region

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copyright the Chronicle September 23, 2015 by Elizabeth Trail Drilling began Friday on Lake Region Union High School’s new well. About two weeks into the new school year, Lake Region maintenance personnel discovered that there was no water in the building.  Th... More »

Obituaries September 23, 2015

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Marjorie L. Glodgett Marjorie L. Glodgett, 73, of Brownington, beloved wife of Louis Glodgett, died on September 18, 2015, at her home with her family at her side. She was born on February 16, 1942, in Middletown, Connecticut, the daughter of Harold and Bessie... More »

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Homeopathy reflects a gentler model of parenting

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copyright the Chronicle April 22, 2015 by Elizabeth Trail GREENSBORO — Most of the five women who came to the Greensboro library on Thursday evening knew one another well, giving the gathering an intimate feeling. The occasion was a talk by Judy Jarvis, a home... More »

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Small border businesses say greenbacks only

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copyright the Chronicle April 22, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph The value of the Canadian dollar has declined sharply in the past year, giving businesses on the border a choice to make. As of Tuesday, a Canadian dollar was worth 81 U.S. cents, according to Go... More »