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Opinion: Well, maybe it can happen here

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  copyright the Chronicle March 23, 2016 by Chris Braithwaite If you’ve been as gob smacked as I have by The Donald phenomenon, I have a recommendation: Find a copy of It Can’t Happen Here and give it a read. It’s the most relevant commentary I’ve encountered ... More »

Rodgers considers a run for lieutenant governor

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copyright the Chronicle March 16, 2016 by Tena Starr GLOVER – State Senator John Rodgers of Glover is considering a bid for lieutenant governor.  If he decides to run, Senator Rodgers will face fellow Democrats Kesha Ram, David Zuckerman, both of Chittenden Co... More »

Select board races in several towns

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copyright the Chronicle February 3, 2016 There will be contested races for selectmen in Derby and Brighton.  The big news, though, is that the four towns that choose officers by Australian ballot will have candidates for all major offices. In Barton, which has... More »

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Sanders calls for a political revolution

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copyright the Chronicle February 18, 2015 by Joseph Gresser LYNDONVILLE — The U.S. needs a “political revolution” to rebuild a vibrant democracy, said U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders Monday afternoon. “What I mean is not to burn down buildings or shoot people,” Se... More »

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An American woman’s memories of communist Cuba

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copyright the Chronicle January 7, 2015 Editor’s note: Maria Hormilla is the paternal grandmother of Natalie Hormilla. This interview reflects but a small portion of her experiences in Cuba. by Natalie Hormilla Ask Maria Hormilla of Cranford, New Jersey, what ... More »

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Governor’s race: County lawmakers lean toward Milne

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copyright the Chronicle November 12, 2014 by Tena Starr If Orleans County’s legislative delegation had its way, Scott Milne would be Vermont’s next governor. That’s not a surprising decision for the Republicans who represent the county, but as of this week onl... More »

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Election wrap: Barrett, Viens, Hardy win elections

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Important correction to the November 5, 2014, election results: Complete election results for each race available in the Chronicle. copyright the Chronicle November 5, 2014 by Joseph Gresser Jennifer Barrett was the big winner of Tuesday’s election, scoring a ... More »

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Starr, Rodgers, Johnson prevail in Primary election

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by Bethany M. Dunbar copyright the Chronicle 8-29-2012 State Senate candidates Bob Starr and John Rodgers and Representative Bill Johnson came out on top in local Primary elections Tuesday. Mr. Starr and Mr. Rodgers survived a three-way contest for two nominat... 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 »