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CORRECTION – An article about the Coventry Select Board meeting in the September 21 issue of our paper referred to the town’s previous investment advisor as Don Hunt and erroneously reported that Mr. Hunt had died. In fact, the town’s investment advisor was the late Gerry Hunt. Don Hunt is alive and well. The Chronicle deeply regrets the error.

Here are just a few of the photos from this week’s edition of the Chronicle. See below for our top stories. For all our stories, subscribe for print or online

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David Hunter tears fabric that will soon be added to a mural on the fence surrounding the hole where the Spates Block once stood on Newport’s Main Street. Photo by Joseph Gresser

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Almost three-year-old Keegan Mackenzie was fascinated by an alpaca named Frazer at the annual F.O.L.K. Festival in Lowell. Photo by Elizabeth Trail

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North Country’s Tyler Amyot sprints past St. Johnsbury’s Harper Wallace down the final stretch of the Kingdom Cup cross-country meet in Derby on September 13. Photo courtesy of Brian McCrae

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Tina de la Bruere stands amidst some of the fabrics offered at her new store, Vermont Quilters Schoolhouse in Troy. Photo by Joseph Gresser

David Hunter tears fabric that will soon be added to a mural on the fence surrounding the hole where the Spates Block once stood on Newport’s Main Street.  Photo by Joseph GresserAlmost three-year-old Keegan Mackenzie was fascinated by an alpaca named Frazer at the annual F.O.L.K. Festival in Lowell.    Photo by Elizabeth TrailNorth Country’s Tyler Amyot sprints past St. Johnsbury’s Harper Wallace down the final stretch of the Kingdom Cup cross-country meet in Derby on September 13.   Photo courtesy of Brian McCraeTina de la Bruere stands amidst some of the fabrics offered at her new store, Vermont Quilters Schoolhouse in Troy.    Photo by Joseph Gresser

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