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A new scam?

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Bruce Lorimer of Barton doesn’t consider himself a gullible man, but he, nonetheless, got pinched last week by what could have been a coincidence but was far more likely to be a scam he wasn’t aware of. …To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe to the online edition below: Annual online subscription Short-term online subscription Print subscription (To find a pa... More »

A review of A Distinct Alien Race, the Untold Story of Frenco-Americans

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A Distinct Alien Race, the Untold Story of Franco-Americans, by David Vermette. Paperback. 388 pages. Published by Baraka Books, Montreal, Quebec. $29.95. Reviewed by Tena Starr Back in 1984 David Vermette attended his father’s graveside service in Maine. Wandering the cemetery he ran across odd, distinctly French, names like Hyacinthe and Onesime. He was aware that his own family, though it calle... More »

Lawmakers hear concerns about education

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by Elizabeth Trail   NEWPORT — It’s likely that any meeting about education in the state is going to keep circling back to Act 46, the state’s 2015 school district merger law. Monday night’s annual educational legislative forum at the North Country Career Center was no exception, despite North Country Supervisory Union (NCSU) Superintendent John Castle’s efforts to steer the conversation in other ... More »

In Newport- Council waives fees for downtown Newport events

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by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT — The Newport City Council walked the walk Monday to ensure there will be more events taking place to attract visitors downtown. They also created a new city job to keep downtown attractive for visitors. …To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe to the online edition below: Annual online subscription Short-term online subscription Print... More »

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We’re starting 2019 with a look back at 2018, which we view as a year when Orleans County decided to stand up on its hind legs. This part of Vermont got loud last year. Rural Vermont is struggling. Actually, rural America is struggling, making Vermont no exception, but we see those struggl... More »

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