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In Glover: Santa comes to town, in a fire truck

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copyright the Chronicle December 17, 2014 by David Dudley GLOVER — The fire station here was packed with children and their parents Saturday night waiting for Santa to arrive. Though Mr. Claus was late — apparently due to problems with his sled — there were st... More »

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In Norton: Bo, the two-legged goat

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copyright the Chronicle November 26, 2014  by David Dudley NORTON — One afternoon in the summer of 2012, David Greenleaf and his wife, Bunny, went out to run errands. They had been raising and breeding goats for three years at this point and knew one of their ... More »

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Peggy Loux is a woman with a purpose

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copyright the Chronicle November 19, 2014 by David Dudley JAY — Margaret “Peggy” Loux, who is now serving her fifth year on the Jay Select Board, received the Agency on Aging Community Service Award Monday. According to Ms. Loux, everybody has got to work, and... More »

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The homeless — out of sight, out of mind?

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copyright the Chronicle November 19, 2014 by David Dudley NEWPORT — Victoria Kuhn, a thin woman in her twenties, moved to Newport a little over a year ago with her fiancé. Since their arrival, they have lived on Prouty Beach, in their car, and during the cold ... More »

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Is the postal service shooting itself in the foot?

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copyright the Chronicle October 29, 2014 by David Dudley In May of 2012 the United States Postal Service (USPS) implemented the Post Plan, which was devised to curb mounting debt, and prevent thousands of offices, many of them rural post offices, such as those... More »