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Melissa Mount and Steffie head to the Nationals

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copyright the Chronicle July 29, 2015 by Tena Starr   NEWPORT — Melissa Mount of Westfield got her first pony when she was three years old. It was a Shetland, a small pony, which is the reason parents tend to buy them for children — despite the fact that they ... More »

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Merrick dies from injuries related to crash

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copyright the Chronicle July 29, 2015 by Joseph Gresser Addison Merrick of Craftsbury died at the University of Vermont Medical Center on Tuesday, July 21, from the effects of a traffic accident a few days earlier. According to a press release from State Troop... More »

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Lake Willoughby is deeper than previously thought

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copyright the Chronicle July 29, 2015 by Tena Starr   WESTMORE — Lake Willoughby is deep, but until recently just how deep it is has been questionable. State watershed maps say it’s 308 feet at its deepest point. Arthur Brooks differs. For three or four summer... More »

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Local history buffs present work

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copyright the Chronicle July 22, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph BARTON — The area here changed drastically in the last century. Where Barton was a hub of activity, now the industry is gone and once-busy factory buildings are crumbling. This was part of the foc... More »

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Arts guild plans paint out in Newport

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copyright the Chronicle July 22, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph NORTH TROY — The Wooden Horse Arts Guild, or WHAG, is adding a new event to the Aquafest in Newport on August 1: a plein air paint out. Artists can bring their materials and paint outdoors during ... More »

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Hill Farmstead expands, adds tasting room

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copyright the Chronicle July 22, 2015 by Joseph Gresser GREENSBORO — When the Chronicle first visited Shaun Hill in 2010, he was brewing beer in a converted garage. It would be a few months before he released his first offerings, but Mr. Hill already had serio... More »

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Newport City throws Ward a farewell party

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  copyright the Chronicle July 15, 2015 by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT — Wednesday, July 15, is the last day on the job for Newport City Manager John Ward Jr., who is winding up his 16-year run and preparing for retirement. “I’m grateful for the job, otherwise I pr... More »

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Brewfest brings in the bucks for cancer patients

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  copyright the Chronicle July 15, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph NEWPORT CENTER — Brewfest, a fund-raiser held Saturday for cancer patients, brought in about $12,000, said Dr. Leslie Lockridge of the Northeast Kingdom Hematology Oncology Clinic (NEKHO). Sunsh... More »

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Wheelock and Dartmouth connection explained

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copyright the Chronicle July 15, 2015 by Joseph Gresser SHEFFIELD — Noah Manning, a sophomore at Dartmouth College, brought a school friend home recently. He was Philip Hanlon, the president of Dartmouth. His visit to Miller’s Run School, where Mr. Manning got... More »

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Island Pond swamped with visitors for July 4

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copyright the Chronicle July 8, 2015 by Paul Lefebvre ISLAND POND — More than fireworks sizzled and popped in this small town at the weekend’s celebration of the Fourth of July The size of the crowd that turned out over the three days of festivities prompted o... More »

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Cornucopia graduates two

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copyright the Chronicle July 8, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph   NEWPORT — Heidi Massi of Barton is one of two students who graduated from the 17-week Cornucopia cooking program on Thursday. Now she can make all kinds of yummy treats, including the focaccia, p... More »