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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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How to bring Town Meeting back to life

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copyright the Chronicle March 11, 2015 All Those In Favor, Rediscovering the Secrets of Town Meeting and Community, by Susan Clark and Frank Bryan. Paperback. 87 pages. Published by Ravenmark, Montpelier, Vermont. Reviewed by Tena Starr Frank Bryan is likely V... More »

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Your GPS sent you where?

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copyright the Chronicle February 25, 2015 by Natalie Hormilla WESTFIELD — Here’s an increasingly familiar scenario: Friends, or strangers, visiting from elsewhere are stuck on a back road and need help. Which road? you ask. They say the name, and you can only ... More »

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Stenger outlines plans worth $600-million

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copyright the Chronicle 10-3-2012 by Joseph Gresser JAY — A $600-million investment plan set out by the owners of Jay Peak Resort Thursday could change the face of the Northeast Kingdom over the next three years.  In the process it could create ten thousand ne... More »

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Anna Baker was a brilliant artist with a comic touch

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copyright the Chronicle, August 8, 2012 World of Fantasy, The Life and Art of Anna P. Baker, by Beryl Hutchinson and Roz Hermant.  Self-published.  185 pages in paperback.  $59.95. Reviewed by Chris Braithwaite I need to begin this review by confessing my bias... More »

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Bernie Henault of Island Pond lived a life of advocacy

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by Paul Lefebvre copyright the Chronicle August 1, 2012 MONTPELIER — As a one-legged fellow, Bernie Henault had a long stride:  a stride that carried him through the doors of one social agency after another in the Kingdom and into the State House committee roo... More »

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Governor tours local high-tech businesses

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by Joseph Gresser copyright the Chronicle August 1, 2012 Governor Peter Shumlin visited two new high tech businesses that are bringing much needed jobs to the Northeast Kingdom last week. Both are companies that take advantage of high-tech production methods. ... More »

Hi tech ideas from a low-tech couple

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by Joseph Gresser copyright September 27, 2006 WHEELOCK — Energy researchers are busy in unlikely looking houses along many of the Northeast Kingdom’s back roads. Most favor low-tech solutions to fueling cars, heating homes or generating electricity. Not so Ph... More »