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Record thaw brings mud and floods


copyright the Chronicle February 28, 2018 Even without the predicted heavy rains, last week’s record warm weather worsened ice jams, flooded roads, and launched a brief preview of mud season. On February 21, when temperatures in the area approached 60 degrees,... More »

Collectors of all kinds gather for annual fair


copyright the Chronicle February 21, 2018   ORLEANS — Larry Kryzsko — pronounced like the shortening, he says — is passionate about antique glass insulators. He collects the kind that used to hold electric and telegraph wires away from the poles in the 1800s a... More »

Governor visits a thriving Jay Peak resort


copyright the Chronicle February 21, 2018 JAY PEAK — Jay Peak is prospering, and its success could lead to a big payday for foreign investors, who not so long ago appeared to be holding the short straw. At a Valentine’s Day ceremony celebrating the opening of ... More »

Singing — one way to brighten a long winter


copyright the Chronicle February 21, 2018 EAST CRAFTSBURY — A new family chorus in the southern part of Orleans County isn’t what an outsider might expect. There’s no sheet music, no lines of people standing on risers, no hushes or admonitions for restless chi... More »

IP celebrates winter and community


copyright the Chronicle February 14, 2018   ISLAND POND — Fat snowflakes drifted down over Island Pond as a line of snowmobilers waited their turn for the annual blessing of the snowmobiles. Robed in white, Muriel O’Gorman touched each sled and its driver with... More »

Remembering Tony Pomerleau


copyright the Chronicle February 14, 2018 Antonio Pomerleau, known by all as Tony, was an Orleans County boy who achieved success in the big city, but never forgot his Kingdom roots. Mr. Pomerleau, who marked his own centennial on September 28 of last year, di... More »

Solutions sought for ambulance crisis


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 »

Quiros reaches agreement with SEC


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 »