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Sewage explodes from Glover toilets

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copyright the Chronicle August 9, 2017 by Elizabeth Trail   GLOVER — Kate Butler came home from a hard day of work on Monday and was mystified to find her bathroom walls, towels, and counters soaked with water. “It was really smelly,” she said. “Wet everywhere... More »

Diaz ordered not to destroy any records

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copyright the Chronicle August 9, 2017 by Elizabeth Trail   NEWPORT — Former Coventry Town Clerk and Treasurer Cynthia Diaz has been ordered not to destroy any more town records or documents and to hand over any still in her possession. “Defendant has admitted... More »

Dairy Air Wind takes down its Holland MET tower

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copyright the Chronicle August 9, 2017 by Elizabeth Trail   HOLLAND — Dairy Air Wind has taken down a controversial wind measurement (MET) tower in Holland. The tower stood in a cornfield on land owned by Linda Champney and leased to Brian Champney of Dairy Ai... More »

Diaz says she threw thumb drive away

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copyright the Chronicle August 2, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   NEWPORT — Former Coventry Town Clerk and Treasurer Cynthia Diaz said in court on Tuesday that she has destroyed at least one thumb drive, possibly the one the select board and auditor Jeff Graham ha... More »

A new kind of prescription — local veggies

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copyright the Chronicle August 2, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   NEWPORT — Sometimes food is the best medicine. And North Country Hospital has found a way to provide healthy food to at least a few of the people who need it most here in the Kingdom. Last Thursday,... More »

Barton Olympians share past, present, and future

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copyright the Chronicle July 26, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   BARTON — “I hate the cold,” Barton native and Olympic biathlete Susan Dunklee said. The thing she likes least about skiing is not the hours of training, or the five months of the year she spends on t... More »

Lake Region considers hiring police officer

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copyright the Chronicle July 26, 2017 by Elizabeth Trail   A proposal to bring a deputy from the Orleans County Sheriff’s Department into the school as a resource officer met with questions at the Lake Region Union High School’s board meeting on July 20. The b... More »

Coventry gets its checks back

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copyright the Chronicle July 26, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   NEWPORT — In a ten-minute hearing on Monday, Orleans Superior Court Judge Robert Bent ordered a local bank to return about $5,100 in town money that former Coventry Town Clerk and Treasurer Cynthia D... More »

Weyerhaeuser settles Current Use issue for $375,000

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copyright the Chronicle July 19, 2017 by Elizabeth Trail   The Weyerhaeuser corporation has agreed to pay the state of Vermont $375,000 to settle a longstanding argument over whether the company should lose tax breaks on 56,000 acres in the Northeast Kingdom b... More »

Sicard to replace Greenwood on Barton Select Board

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copyright the Chronicle July 19, 2017 by Elizabeth Trail   BARTON — Jim Greenwood just may have the dubious distinction of being the most often appointed official in town history, at least according to Barton Select Board Chair Bob Croteau. But his long histor... More »

Coventry Select Board to interview town clerk candidates

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copyright the Chronicle July 5, 201 by Elizabeth Trail   COVENTRY — If all goes well, David Barlow, who was hired to serve as “temporary interim” clerk and treasurer, could be out of a job soon. The select board here will interview candidates for the positions... More »

Barton solar project could raise rates

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copyright the Chronicle June 28, 201 by Elizabeth Trail   BARTON — If Will and Victor Veve’s planned solar farm is built here on Aldrich Lane north of town, it could push up the Barton Electric Department’s rates by as much as 2.6 percent. That’s according to ... More »