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Heath Orchard apples destroyed by hailstorms

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copyright the Chronicle August 12, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph  STANSTEAD, QUEBEC — Picking apples at Heath Orchard in Canada is a tradition for many, but this year will be different. The 100-year-old orchard was hit hard by three separate hailstorms — one ... More »

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Quebec man makes 400-mile sojourn on foot

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copyright the Chronicle August 6, 2014  by David Dudley DERBY — If you were driving along Route 105 this past weekend, or Route 5 on Monday, chances are you passed a well-tanned man, walking, pushing a cart with bicycle wheels alongside the road, accompanied b... More »

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Brown’s life made on the water, in the woods

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copyright the Chronicle June 11, 2014 by Bethany M. Dunbar For those who love the wilderness, northern Quebec and Labrador are close enough to be enticing. On Northern Waters, by Dave Brown of Craftsbury, will take you there vicariously if the complications of... More »

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Exhibit brings Gerald Bull back to light

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  copyright the Chronicle June 4, 2014 by Chris Braithwaite SUTTON, Quebec — People who end up on the wrong side of history tend to fade quickly from public view. Too quickly, perhaps, because history is not entirely written by its heroes. Though he was once v... More »

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In Island Pond: Quebec maple firm seeks syrup factory

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by Paul Lefebvre ISLAND POND — A Quebec maple company may be setting up shop in an empty factory here that failed to gain traction as a woodworking facility and create jobs after the Ethan Allen plant shut down in 2000. The empty factory, known as the REM buil... More »