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This cat was stolen from a North Troy residence on Sunday. Photo courtesy of the State Police

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Senator Bernie Sanders (right) visits with state legislators at a 2008 political barbecue at then Representative Dexter Randall’s Troy farm. Sharing the conversation, from left to right, are state Senator Bobby Starr of North Troy, Mr. Randall (seated), and then Representative Scott Wheeler of Derby. This week, the Chronicle takes a look at why the NEK has supported Senator Sanders. Photo by Joseph Gresser

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Rob Patton, Howie Cantor, and Scott Labor take a breather in the middle of the pond hockey tournament held this past weekend. The day raised $1,000 for the Newport dialysis center. Photo by Elizabeth Trail

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Watching an emotional slideshow about the closing Creative Minds Children’s Center, from left to right, are teachers Florence Lathe and Amy Gillespie, family specialist manager Jen Phillips, founder and owner Jody Marquis, director Bryanne Marquis, and teacher Jessica Faust. In the background, from left to right, are mental health provider Lauren Dillon, parent Desiree Cresswell, Jody Marquis’ brother Jason Marquis, and his wife, Melanie Marquis, and their mother, Joanne Hammond. Photo by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph

This cat was stolen from a North Troy residence on Sunday.  Photo courtesy of the State PoliceSenator Bernie Sanders (right) visits with state legislators at a 2008 political barbecue at then Representative Dexter Randall’s Troy farm.  Sharing the conversation, from left to right, are state Senator Bobby Starr of North Troy, Mr. Randall (seated), and then Representative Scott Wheeler of Derby.  This week, the Chronicle takes a look at why the NEK has supported Senator Sanders.  Photo by Joseph GresserRob Patton, Howie Cantor, and Scott Labor take a breather in the middle of the pond hockey tournament held this past weekend.  The day raised $1,000 for the Newport dialysis center.  Photo by Elizabeth TrailWatching an emotional slideshow about the closing Creative Minds Children’s Center, from left to right, are teachers Florence Lathe and Amy Gillespie, family specialist manager Jen Phillips, founder and owner Jody Marquis, director Bryanne Marquis, and teacher Jessica Faust.  In the background, from left to right, are mental health provider Lauren Dillon, parent Desiree Cresswell, Jody Marquis’ brother Jason Marquis, and his wife, Melanie Marquis, and their mother, Joanne Hammond.  Photo by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph

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