Friday, October 24 2014

Category: Archive

Crowd Gathers To Say Farewell To The Jungle

Crowd Gathers To Say Farewell To The Jungle

A “Farewell to The Jungle” party was held last Sunday in Woodstock to celebrate the beginning of turning the portion of town with dilapidated buildings into a viable commercial an ...

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Editorial: Get Ready For Happy ‘Consequences’ From Safford Commons

Editorial: Get Ready For Happy ‘Consequences’ From Safford Commons

After years of legal battles. the construction of the 28-unit West Woodstcok building, known as Safford Commons, is scheduled to begin in the coming weeks and a groundbreaking cer ...

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WUHS Student Works Toward Eagle Scout Badge

WUHS Student Works Toward Eagle Scout Badge

The highest rank attainable in the Boy Scout program is just within the grasp of Woodstock Union High School sophomore Tyler Chynoweth who figures he will earn his Eagle Scout bad ...

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Residents React To Consolidation Committee’s Study

Residents React To Consolidation Committee’s Study

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff Feelings about school consolidation were mixed in a series of public forums to discuss closing or combining three local elementary schools. Most vot ...

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‘Our Town’ In Hartland A ‘Labor Of Love’

‘Our Town’ In Hartland A ‘Labor Of Love’

Our Town by Thornton Wilder| Directed by RJ Crowley| Produced by Kim Gibbs *OPENING NIGHT: Friday, October 17, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at Damon Hall in Hartland. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. ...

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Vermont Man Gets Community Service In Route 4 Accident

Vermont Man Gets Community Service In Route 4 Accident

A Rutland couple who were hit head-on in West Woodstock earlier this year by a driver who claimed he’d fallen asleep at the wheel made it clear in court this week that they are no ...

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State Flooded With Stream Alteration Permits

State Flooded With Stream Alteration Permits

By Katy Savage , Standard Staff Todd Menees starts his day at 6 a.m. with coffee. He sorts through his email to plan his day by what’s important and what can wait. He was anticipa ...

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Grand Opening: Lincoln Inn Has ‘One-of-a-kind Flair’

Grand Opening: Lincoln Inn Has ‘One-of-a-kind Flair’

By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent The grand opening of the restaurant at the Lincoln Inn will take place on Oct. 18 and will feature award-winning chef Jevgenija Saromova o ...

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Hartland’s Cox Qualifies For 2016 Olympic Trials

Hartland’s Cox Qualifies For 2016 Olympic Trials

Hartland swimmer Hannah Cox will be going to the Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska in June of 2016 in at least one event, but she hopes to add several more before she gets there. ...

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Peak to Peak Hikes: Foliage Season At Woodstock’s Parks

Peak to Peak Hikes: Foliage Season At Woodstock’s Parks

Take It Outside, By Anne Richter Arnold October means foliage season in Woodstock and this is one place with plenty of opportunities to season the beautiful colors of nature. If y ...

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