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Predicting the future of milk and maple

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copyright the Chronicle September 27, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   CRAFTSBURY — The future is not looking good for Vermont sugarmakers 50 years down the road. But opportunities will open up for dairy farmers — if they can stay in business until then. That was t... More »

Girls with Guns inspires a new generation of athletes

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copyright the Chronicle March 29, 2017   by Brad Usatch   CRAFTSBURY — The typically serene atmosphere at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center crackled with the sound of gunfire on Sunday as the Craftsbury Green Racing Project (CGRP) hosted its inaugural run of Girls... More »

Susan Dunklee takes silver at biathlon world championships

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copyright the Chronicle March 1, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   BARTON — When Stan Dunklee and Judi Robitaille-Dunklee of Barton went to Austria two weeks ago to watch their daughter Susan compete in the biathlon world championships, they didn’t know they’d see h... More »

State spells out plan for use of Great Hosmer

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copyright the Chronicle January 25, 2017    by Joseph Gresser   CRAFTSBURY COMMON — At a community meeting here Saturday, the state proposed a framework for deciding what kinds of activities will be allowed on Great Hosmer Pond. More than 110 people gathered i... More »

Craftsbury library plant, yard, book, and bake sale

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  The annual Craftsbury Public Library plant, yard, book, and bake sale will be on Saturday, May 21, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The sale will be held in the basement of the church on the Common and also in the library. With good weather, some of the sale will be ou... More »

Kidder Hill neighbors hold a fencing bee

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copyright the Chronicle November 11, 2015 by Elizabeth Trail IRASBURG — About 30 opponents of the proposed Kidder Hill Community Wind project in Irasburg showed up with shovels, hammers, and a backhoe Saturday morning to build a fence — two L-shaped segments f... More »

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Merrick dies from injuries related to crash

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copyright the Chronicle July 29, 2015 by Joseph Gresser Addison Merrick of Craftsbury died at the University of Vermont Medical Center on Tuesday, July 21, from the effects of a traffic accident a few days earlier. According to a press release from State Troop... More »

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Alan Greenleaf and the Doctor July 18

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A bit of farm life and life in the Northeast Kingdom in song will be heard at the Music Box in Craftsbury on Saturday, July 18 at 8 p.m., with Alan Greenleaf and the Doctor. Mr. Greenleaf lives on the farm he has worked for a good part of his life in northern ... More »

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More agriculture, more jobs

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  copyright the Chronicle May 6, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph The six-year-old Farm to Plate initiative appears to be doing its job and has noticeably helped bolster Vermont’s farm and food economy, according to a report released earlier this year. Among oth... More »

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Lussiers leave the Craftsbury Vibrations after 40 years

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copyright the Chronicle April 8, 2015  by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph CRAFTSBURY — Bernie Lussier and his wife, Linda, have been playing and singing together as members of the Craftsbury Vibrations for over 40 years, but after their gig on Sunday, April 12, at 1:30... More »

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How to bring Town Meeting back to life

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copyright the Chronicle March 11, 2015 All Those In Favor, Rediscovering the Secrets of Town Meeting and Community, by Susan Clark and Frank Bryan. Paperback. 87 pages. Published by Ravenmark, Montpelier, Vermont. Reviewed by Tena Starr Frank Bryan is likely V... More »