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Bad tenants leave landlords in the lurch

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copyright the Chronicle January 17, 2018   LOWELL — About 19 years ago Joe St. Onge started building his own little faux town. It was quite a vision. He cut the wood off his land on the Pope Road in Lowell, got a portable sawmill to come in and saw the lumber,... More »

Lowell faces lawsuit over closed bridge

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copyright the Chronicle December 13, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   LOWELL — Arlon Warner and Scott Tallman are suing the town of Lowell over closing the Kempton Hill bridge. The Orleans County Sheriff served a summons at the town offices on November 27. The town... More »

The Luring haunts the Northeast Kingdom

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copyright the Chronicle May 10, 2017   by Brad Usatch   LOWELL — Evil cast its shadow over Missisquoi Lanes on Saturday as The Luring, a horror film being shot in the Northeast Kingdom, borrowed the location for what is said to be a revealing scene in the movi... 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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Annual F.O.L.K. festival in Lowell

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The annual F.O.L.K. Festival will take place at the Lowell Graded School in Lowell on Saturday, September 19. The day starts with a parade at 11 a.m., starting at Missisquoi Lanes and ending at Lowell Graded School, chainsaw carving by Tower View Carvings, fac... More »

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Lowell school uses meteorological tower to teach kids

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  copyright the Chronicle June 3, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph LOWELL — Sixth-grade students at the Lowell Graded School presented a synopsis of their weather unit Tuesday night. The unit is special because students used a meteorological tower they have in t... More »

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The risks of renting

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copyright the Chronicle April 15, 2015 by Tena Starr In July of 2014, Vernon and Rose Warner rented a trailer in Lowell to a man and his son. They say they received $300 at the time, and nothing since. The monthly rent was $550. Now, the tenant is gone, which ... More »

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Entrepreneurs pitch ideas in a Lowell barn

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copyright the Chronicle August 13, 2014 by Bethany M. Dunbar LOWELL — What do a doggie treat maker, someone who wants to make an alcoholic tea, and an online marketing consultant have in common? They were all gathered in a barn in Lowell last week to make busi... More »

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Nelsons and GMP reach settlement

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copyright the Chronicle April 16, 2014 by Bethany M. Dunbar LOWELL — Don and Shirley Nelson have reached a settlement with Green Mountain Power that says the power company will pay them $1.3-million for their home and 540 acres of their farm. The couple has up... More »

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Everybody wins at the Lowell FOLK festival

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by Bethany M. Dunbar LOWELL — “There’s no losers in this kind of a deal.  Everybody wins,” said Ed Newton as he held up his first place ribbon for his 1947 Massey Harris tractor.  Identical ribbons went to each participant in the Lowell FOLK festival parade on... More »

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Lowell wind: Neighbors sick and tired of turbine noise

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by Chris Braithwaite ALBANY — Jim and Kathy Goodrich have a nice home with a porch along the entire west side that overlooks acres of neatly trimmed lawn and, about a mile away, the long, sinuous ridgeline known as Lowell Mountain. Now that view is dominated b... More »