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Irasburg asphalt plant appeals permit decision

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by Joseph Gresser IRASBURG — Jeff Hutchins, the owner of J. Hutchins, Inc., is pursuing twin tracks to get approval for a new asphalt plant he has already installed at his sand and gravel pit off Route 58 here.  He has applied for an amended Act 250 permit whi... More »

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Corned Beef & Cabbage Luncheon in Barton

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  Please join Barton Area Senior Services, Inc. (BASSI) for a corned beef and cabbage lunch on March 17th at 11:45 at the Barton meal site in the downstairs of the Barton Memorial Building. Information on Meals on Wheels, Council on Aging, and March for Meals ... More »

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45th annual rabbit hunt winners

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The Orleans County Rod & Gun Club hosted its 45th annual rabbit hunt this Sunday, March 8, at the Orleans Municipal Building. Trophies were awarded by club president Larry Burdick to the winners in the categories listed below: Photos by Katie Haley Heaviest Ra... More »

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LR, North Country Girls off to Barre

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Tia Martinez proved the sign right Friday night as she led the Lady Rangers to a Division 3 quarter final victory over the Otter Valley Union High School.  Martinez, whose total points matched her uniform number, was the game’s high scorer as Lake Region overc... More »

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the Chronicle Snowman Competition – VOTING NOW OPEN

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We asked for pictures of snowmen to be sent in and you delivered! We have twenty-three submissions for you to vote on and decide which one is your favorite. In case you missed the descriptions on Facebook, here are the details on the snowmen you sent in. Pleas... More »

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Hardy swimmers in Memphremagog

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Newport’s own Pam Ladds outpaces Sharon Purdy of Toronto, Ontario, in the hat competition, the opening event of the Memphremagog Winter Swim Festival. Saturday’s frigid meet attracted 93 competitors who hailed from 18 states and three nations. For more about t... More »