Friday, September 19 2014

Category: Archive

Community Says Historic Barn Worth Saving

Community Says Historic Barn Worth Saving

Friends of the Lemax Farm, which organized about a month ago, is trying to raise $40,000 by Oct. 1 to apply for a $20,000 matching grant from the state’s Barn Grant Program. It’s ...

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A Local Stop On The ‘Great Adventure’

A Local Stop On The ‘Great Adventure’

Daniel Quinn lives alone, but his home on Route 12 in Woodstock is seldom empty. ...

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Keegan Bradley Produces Former Ski Coach’s New Film

Keegan Bradley Produces Former Ski Coach’s New Film

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff Len Britton made national headlines in 2010 for his comical political ads when he campaigned for U.S. Senator for Vermont. One of his ads was even c ...

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WUHS Science Teacher Is A ‘Master’

WUHS Science Teacher Is A ‘Master’

Soon Tim Brennan’s physics class could be accessible to anyone in the country. Brennan, a science teacher at Woodstock Union High School, was one of five physics teachers in the n ...

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Hartland Could Get Grant For Three Corners

Hartland Could Get Grant For Three Corners

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff HARTLAND — Converting the three corners intersection into a four-way stop may not cost the town as much as originally thought. The town is in the pr ...

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After The Drive, Where Does Blood Go?

After The Drive, Where Does Blood Go?

David Wheadon made his way back to his car, with a smile on his face, an American Red Cross donor sticker on his chest and a few cookies in his hands. Wheadon had given his 470 li ...

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Woodstock Police Sergeant Takes Castleton Chief Job

Woodstock Police Sergeant Takes Castleton Chief Job

Staff Report Sgt. Peter Mantello decided he wanted to be a police officer when he was 17 and he watched one of his classmates being bullied and he didn’t do anything about it. Nob ...

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ArtisTree To Celebrate Its New Creative Space

ArtisTree To Celebrate Its New Creative Space

Soft Grand Opening 1-7 p.m. By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent SOUTH POMFRET — The innovative nonprofit organization of ArtisTree, offering art and music education to the co ...

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East End Sees Revitalization With Recent Construction

East End Sees Revitalization With Recent Construction

At the time the East End Action Group succeeded in getting the Village Trustees to submit a $220,000 grant for a new snow dump, “jungle” property owners are following suit. ...

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Juniper Hill Inn Goes For $405K At Auction

Juniper Hill Inn Goes For $405K At Auction

By Nancy Nutile-McMenemy Standard Correspondent The historic Juniper Hill Farm — Maxwell Evarts House (now known as Juniper Hill Inn) located in Windsor — was auctioned by the Tho ...

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