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State explains plans for Lake Memphremagog

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copyright the Chronicle November 15, 2017   by Joseph Gresser   NEWPORT — While the federal and state governments have been making a great deal of fuss over Lake Champlain in recent years, Lake Memphremagog has received far less attention. At a Tuesday meeting... More »

State unveils plan to clean up Memphremagog

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copyright the Chronicle May 24, 2017   by Joseph Gresser   NEWPORT — Lake Memphremagog has a phosphorus problem and the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has a plan to fix it. Actually, the plan is still in draft form, and Watershed Coordina... More »

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NEK Ice Fishing Derby draws 720 competitors

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copyright the Chronicle February 18, 2015 by David Dudley DERBY — Hundreds of enthusiastic ice fishermen braved the weekend’s bitter cold to participate in the eleventh annual Northeast Kingdom Ice Fishing Derby.   Sub-zero temperatures didn’t discourage peopl... More »

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Cold water swimming draws one back home

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copyright the Chronicle January 28, 2015 by David Dudley NEWPORT — Though Brynna Kate Tucker was born and raised in Sutton, it didn’t occur to her that swimming in cold water might be the thing to do until she moved to Brooklyn, New York. “In November of 2006,... More »

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Safety and traffic lead AnC Bio Act 250 concerns

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copyright the Chronicle July 23, 2014 by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT — The AnC Bio facility started down the road to Act 250 approval Monday with a site visit from members of the District #7 Environmental Commission and an initial hearing. Despite wide interest in ... More »

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At Newport Aquafest: A selfie with an iguana?

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copyright the Chronicle July 16, 2014 by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT — The weather was kind to Newport this weekend, and people enthusiastically turned out for the city’s Aquafest. A celebration of life on the shores of Lake Memphremagog, the event is in its fifth ... More »

Editorial: Newport City Council missed the boat

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The Newport City Council missed the boat last week when approached about the possibility of putting a tar sands resolution on the agenda for the annual City Meeting in March.  The council could have welcomed city residents who want to talk about an important l... More »

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What kind of birds fly through Orleans County?

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by Martha Steele Seasons in Orleans County are not just about changing weather, leaves, or recreational pursuits.  They also bring wide swings in bird populations, from the near absence of sound or flight during a mid-winter walk in the woods to the deafening ... More »

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After IROC: White strives to continue outdoor events

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by Tena Starr NEWPORT — Phil White, lawyer, former county prosecutor, and the man who tried so valiantly to save IROC, has taken on a new venture. Mr. White has started a for-profit company called Kingdom Games to organize and promote outdoor activities such a... More »