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Holocaust stories told, plans for memorial discussed

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copyright the Chronicle November 22, 2017   by Joseph Gresser   HARDWICK — Three Vermont daughters of holocaust survivors explained their plans here last week for creating a permanent traveling memorial to the victims of Nazi atrocities. They also shared famil... More »

Border grants will help Newport rec path, local business

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copyright the Chronicle August 16, 2017   by Joseph Gresser   HARDWICK — The Northern Borders Regional Commission gave a major boost to the proposed extension of Newport’s recreation path when it awarded $425,000 to the Vermont Land Trust on August 10. Senator... More »

World dishwashing record shattered in Hardwick

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copyright the Chronicle May 31, 2017   by Joseph Gresser   HARDWICK — For a while it looked like Bethany Dunbar’s biggest problem would be finding enough dirty dishes. The Center for an Agricultural Economy, where she works, had plenty of clean dishes. It has ... More »

Panel discusses the future of migrant labor

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copyright the Chronicle May 24, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   HARDWICK — “Who will milk the cows?” asked panelists at a farm forum held at Hazen Union High School on May 17. But the real question on the table was what happens on Vermont dairy farms if President ... More »

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 »

Galaxy to celebrate Independent Bookstore Day

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  This is the second year for Independent Bookstore Day, which celebrates independent bookstores nationwide. It will be on April 30, and there will be literary parties around the country. The Galaxy Bookshop in Hardwick will be celebrating with a story time, s... 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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Debut novel draws page-turning journey

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copyright the Chronicle November 26, 2014 The Clever Mill Horse, by Jodi Lew-Smith. Paperback. 409 pages. Published by Caspian Press, Hardwick. $16.99 Reviewed by Tena Starr Jodi Lew-Smith has written a rollicking story here, as unlikely as that seems, given t... More »