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Roger Pion shown competent for trial

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by Bethany M. Dunbar NEWPORT — A new examination of Roger Pion’s mental health shows that he is currently competent to stand trial, attorneys and Judge Howard Van Benthuysen heard in the criminal division of Orleans Superior Court Tuesday. His new lawyer, Chan... More »

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Everybody wins at the Lowell FOLK festival

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by Bethany M. Dunbar LOWELL — “There’s no losers in this kind of a deal.  Everybody wins,” said Ed Newton as he held up his first place ribbon for his 1947 Massey Harris tractor.  Identical ribbons went to each participant in the Lowell FOLK festival parade on... More »

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Tough Mudder is a challenge, not a race

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by Bethany M. Dunbar If obstacles with names such as the Arctic Enema and the Boa Constrictor — which involves muddy water, barbed wire, and culverts — sound like fun, then maybe the Tough Mudder is for you. On Saturday at Mount Snow in Dover, a team from the ... More »

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In Barton: Chronicle reporter watches car get stolen

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by Bethany M. Dunbar BARTON — A veteran reporter for the Chronicle had his car stolen from the office as he was working inside on Tuesday.  But about three hours later, the vehicle was found in Orleans, and the person who took it was caught. About 3:30 p.m., A... More »

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House votes down farm bill

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by Bethany M. Dunbar WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. House of Representatives has rejected the five-year farm bill, 234 to 195. Congressman Peter Welch of Vermont was among the no votes. Mr. Welch supported the bill as it was passed by the House Agriculture Commit... More »

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Jon Somes creates hair and skin product line

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by Bethany M. Dunbar copyright the Chronicle 3-20-2013 NEWPORT — In a culmination of years of creative process, Jon Somes of Newport is now selling hair and skin care products in his salon, under a label with his own name on it. “It had been on my mind for yea... More »

Even in winter, local food economy is growing

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by Bethany M. Dunbar copyright the Chronicle January 19, 2011 Even in the middle of January, in the middle of an essentially stagnant economy, the local food movement in northern Vermont is showing signs of not only life, but growth as well. Barb Judd at the M... More »