Tuesday, September 16 2014

Category: Killington

Killington Developers Win In Court

Killington Developers Win In Court

(First appeared in the July 22nd edition of the Vermont Standard) By Gareth Henderson Standard Staff KILLINGTON - The Killington developers who wanted to expand The Woods Resort h ...

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‘Lifetime’ Ski Pass Holders Vow To Appeal

‘Lifetime’ Ski Pass Holders Vow To Appeal

(First appeared in the July 8 edition of the Vermont Standard) By Gareth Henderson Standard Staff KILLINGTON - Owners of so-called lifetime ski passes to Killington Ski Resort hav ...

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Copper Thieves Strike Locally

Copper Thieves Strike Locally

(First appeared in the July 8 edition of the Vermont Standard) By Gareth Henderson Standard Staff Unknown thieves stealing copper pipes have struck several area residences in rece ...

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Hay Season Improves 100 Percent

Hay Season Improves 100 Percent

(First appeared in the July 8 edition of the Vermont Standard) By Gareth Henderson Standard Staff This time last year, local hay farmers were weathering a dismal, wet summer. Most ...

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Killington Music Festival In Full Swing

Killington Music Festival In Full Swing

(First appeared in the July 8 edition of the Vermont Standard) By Gwen Stanley Editor KILLINGTON- For the 28th year, summer in Killington will mean classical music. Over seventy s ...

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This Week’s Headlines, July 15, 2010

This Week’s Headlines, July 15, 2010

This week's top news headlines and abbreviated articles can be found below. For a complete list of this week's headlines and the full text please purchase a copy of the Vermont St ...

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Debate Swirls Over Golf Course

Debate Swirls Over Golf Course

By Gareth Henderson Standard Staff KILLINGTON - Municipal debt from the Green Mountain National Golf Course has sparked some debate in Killington in recent weeks. Some residents w ...

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New Woodstock Film Has Very Local Roots

New Woodstock Film Has Very Local Roots

By Gareth Henderson Standard Staff A new film meant to promote Woodstock's beauty and historic nature has some deep local roots. 2006 WUHS graduates Colin Doyle and Tim Buttner, a ...

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Cribbage Wisdom: The Points All Count

Cribbage Wisdom: The Points All Count

David Cogger Standard Correspondent WOODSTOCK - You could say without hesitation that Harold Robinson is an old pro when it comes to cribbage. On July 11, he will be 96 years old. ...

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