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Solutions sought for ambulance crisis

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copyright the Chronicle February 14, 2018 DERBY — Rural emergency services are facing an emergency of their own. That’s no secret to those who spend hours on dark, lonely roads helping friends and neighbors who are injured or sick. Orleans County has long been... More »

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Cultural ambassadors share differences to bring us closer

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copyright the Chronicle February 14, 2018 LYNDONVILLE — A banner hanging on the wall of the function room at The Riverside School here offers a quote from American jurist and statesman Charles Evans Hughes: “When we lose the right to be different, we lose the ... More »

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Quiros reaches agreement with SEC

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copyright the Chronicle February 7, 2018  Several recent developments in the civil fraud suit filed by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) against Ariel Quiros and Bill Stenger suggest it’s nearing its conclusion. On February 2, the SEC asked U.S... More »

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Biochar venture a modern take on an ancient idea

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copyright the Chronicle January 31, 2018   BARTON — A local trio hopes they’ve found a way to fight climate change, clean up Vermont’s water, and create a business at the same time. Richard and Donna Pion, and longtime friend Luke Persons, have teamed up to tu... More »

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No one hurt, but significant damage from Barton fire

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copyright the Chronicle January 31, 2018 by Elizabeth Trail   BARTON — It was just luck that Greg Provencher came home from work a little early on Tuesday afternoon. And even so, it took a few moments for his brain to process that his house was on fire. “I not... More »

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Barton shooter gets suspended sentence

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copyright the Chronicle January 31, 2018   NEWPORT — Law enforcement officers combed Barton a year and a half ago after callers reported a man yelling and shooting on Lincoln Avenue, not far from the Circle K mini-mart. The village was abuzz for several hours,... More »

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Ray pleads guilty to second degree murder

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copyright the Chronicle January 24, 2018 NEWPORT — Jeffrey M. Ray faces 20 years to life in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder Tuesday morning. His defense team never disputed the fact that Mr. Ray shot and killed his ex-wife’s husband, Rick ... More »