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Congressional delegation draws hundreds in Hardwick

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copyright the Chronicle March 29, 2017   by Joseph Gresser   HARDWICK — The parking lot at Hazen Union High School here was filled an hour before the event even started. Inside the school’s gymnasium more than 500 people were already in their seats waiting. “I... More »

Review: Our Revolution

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Our Revolution, by Bernie Sanders. Published by Thomas Dunne Books — St. Martin’s Press, New York City, 2016.  450 pages. Hardcover. $27.   Reviewed by Joseph Gresser   Senator Bernie Sanders’ new book clearly was written in expectation of a different reality ... More »

Sanders rallies for Democratic candidates

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copyright the Chronicle November 2, 2016  by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT — Senator Bernie Sanders has seen bigger crowds than the one that greeted him Friday afternoon at the Gateway Center here. But it’s doubtful that any gave him a more enthusiastic reception. Mu... More »

Who does, and who doesn’t, support Bernie?

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copyright the Chronicle February 3, 2016 For decades, Bernie Sanders, who calls himself a democrat socialist, has been a top vote getter in Orleans County, one of the more conservative counties in Vermont.  Through random phone calls and man-on-the-street inte... More »

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Sanders calls for a political revolution

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copyright the Chronicle February 18, 2015 by Joseph Gresser LYNDONVILLE — The U.S. needs a “political revolution” to rebuild a vibrant democracy, said U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders Monday afternoon. “What I mean is not to burn down buildings or shoot people,” Se... More »

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Chris Braithwaite will be in NENPA Hall of Fame

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copyright the Chronicle 1-15-2014 by Bethany M. Dunbar BARTON — Chronicle founder and publisher Chris Braithwaite will be inducted into the New England Newspaper and Press Association (NENPA) Hall of Fame in February. Mr. Braithwaite and five other newspaper p... More »

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Bread and Puppet celebrates half a century

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by Natalie Hormilla GLOVER — “The assessment is more important for the participants than for me.” This is what Peter Schumann answers when asked what he thinks of Bread and Puppet Theater turning half a century old this summer. Mr. Schumann has been the artist... More »

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Stenger outlines plans worth $600-million

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copyright the Chronicle 10-3-2012 by Joseph Gresser JAY — A $600-million investment plan set out by the owners of Jay Peak Resort Thursday could change the face of the Northeast Kingdom over the next three years.  In the process it could create ten thousand ne... More »