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When “NO” means “YES”


Editors, While some are critical of our Representatives for their “NO” votes, I personally think we should be thanking them for their “NO” votes. The current Legislature under the guidance of Governor Peter Shumlin introduced numerous bills that raised taxes, ... More »

Supporting John Rodgers


Dear Editor, We are writing in support of John S Rodgers’ run for Vermont State Senate. Many know that John is a  hard working man born and raised in the hills of the Northeast Kingdom. He is a proud father and loving husband and an contributing member of his ... More »

Editorial the Chronicle endorses…


copyright the Chronicle 10-31-2012 What follows is the least important part of the Chronicle’s election coverage.  We have tried, in the course of this election season, to give the candidates a fair opportunity to speak for themselves, and our readers an oppor... More »

Opinion: Sims is the right choice


by Bethany M. Dunbar Katherine Sims of Lowell is the right choice for voters in the new Orleans-Lamoille House district. Green Mountain Farm to School started as a small project at the Jay-Westfield school in 2005.  Ms. Sims and the former principal, Dean Verv... More »

Editorial: on local politics and ground rules


copyright the Chronicle 10-24-2012 You will notice that this week’s Chronicle is packed full of local politics.  We have three lively local races and the interest seems high.  We had good turnout for our forums on October 15 and 22.  Thanks to the candidates, ... More »


Editorial: Three cheers for Bill Stenger


copyright the Chronicle  10-3-12 Watching Bill Stenger over the past few years has been a bit like watching our grandson develop Boardwalk and Park Place in Monopoly, a game he recently took up. The difference, of course, is that Mr. Stenger, co-owner and chie... More »