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Profile: Margaret Pitkin’s Wild Blue Yoga

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by Natalie Hormilla copyright the chronicle June 20, 2012 CRAFTSBURY — Even if you don’t take yoga classes around here, you’re probably familiar with Margaret Pitkin.  Maybe you grew up with her in Albany, or went to school with her at Lake Region, or maybe yo... More »

Greensboro brewer has big dreams

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by Joseph Gresser copyright the Chronicle, May 19, 2010 GREENSBORO — Shaun Hill says he feels a sense of responsibility, both to the ancestors who first farmed his family’s plot of land in the 1780s, and to the god of beer.  He hopes to live up to both his fam... More »

Aging donkey rises to the challenge

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by Joseph Gresser copyright the Chronicle November 30, 2006 GLOVER — Ignatz the donkey is 33 years old. He is also a hero. He was not always 33 and he only became a hero last Wednesday afternoon, November 23. On that day Maria Schumann stepped out of her house... More »

An unlikely recruit in the War on Terror

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by Richard Creaser copyright the Chronicle April 7, 2004 BARTON – The Candlepin Restaurant outside Barton Village is perhaps the last place you would expect to meet a woman of international mystery.   As unlikely as that meeting might be, however, it is still ... More »

Hi tech ideas from a low-tech couple

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by Joseph Gresser copyright September 27, 2006 WHEELOCK — Energy researchers are busy in unlikely looking houses along many of the Northeast Kingdom’s back roads. Most favor low-tech solutions to fueling cars, heating homes or generating electricity. Not so Ph... More »

Award-winning newsman has hometown roots

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by Bethany M. Dunbar copyright the Chronicle June 23, 2004 BURLINGTON — Darren Perron of WCAX news has been nominated for an Emmy and is in the running for a national Edward R. Murrow award.  He has also taken home a number of Associated Press awards, includin... More »

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A skillful physician and a good man

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by Chris Braithwaite copyright the Chronicle, November 9, 1994 A.A. Earle, editor of the Irasburg Independent and Standard, devoted a good deal of his issue of November 1, 1861, to the obituary of John Baptiste Masta, M.D., late of Barton. “When men have attai... More »

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Sweet Rowen Farmstead is back in business

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by Bethany M. Dunbar EAST ALBANY — Sweet Rowen Farmstead — dairy farm and creamery — is back in business. Paul Lisai has built a small pasteurizing plant at his home and is bottling milk and making cream-style cheese. He hosted a grand opening on Mother’s Day,... More »