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April 20th, 2015
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Journalist Tom Brokaw coined the phrase â€śThe Greatest Generationâ€ť to describe those who grew up during the Great Depression and fought in World War II. On Saturday, June 6, at 1 p.m., Scott Wheeler, a history writer from the Northland Journal, will host a public gathering at the Goodrich Memorial Library to recognize those veterans.
See The Express Tuesday for the story.
Nick Burdick, a longtime writer for The Express and the Chronicle, died Sunday at the VA Hospital in White River Junction after battling cancer. He was 65.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ If things go according to plan, Orleans County will once again have a cinema.
See The Express Friday for the details.
Community National Bank is closing two of its branch locations, one in Lyndonville and one in St Johnsbury.
See Friday's Express for the full story.
NEWPORT CITY â€” North Country Career Center Director Eileen Illuzzi confirmed at a school board committee meeting on Tuesday that a high school student received a severe shock while in a welding class over a week ago.
Read the story Thursday in The Express
Some of the stateâ€™s volunteer fire departments are seeing a decrease in members.
See The Express Thursday for the full story.
Derby Elementary School has partnered with Green Mountain Farm to School, one of the last in the area to join with the organization.
See the story in Thursday's Express
BRIGHTON â€” The Island Pond Historical Society holds a collection of artifacts that help define Brightonâ€™s past as a railroad town.
See The Express Wednesday for the full report.