Sunday, December 21 2014

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Healthful Holiday Eating Tips For You And The Food Pantry

Healthful Holiday Eating Tips For You And The Food Pantry

Many dieters focus on food in a negative way: “I can’t have this,” and “Oh, I shouldn’t have eaten that.” Food is seen as a constant temptation instead of a nourishing and powerfu ...

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Community Nursing: Hartland’s New Neighborhood Nurse

Community Nursing: Hartland’s New Neighborhood Nurse

Community nursing is a movement across Vermont and the nation. The nurses serve anybody who needs care or companionship, and can either provide medical care or help procure a prov ...

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School Board On Consolidation: WES Has ‘Plenty Of Space’

School Board On Consolidation: WES Has ‘Plenty Of Space’

The Woodstock Elementary School board voted Tuesday night (December 2, 2014) against pursuing the latest consolidation plan that would merge Bridgewater Village School and the Pom ...

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Community, Kids Come Forward To Help Rescued Horses

Community, Kids Come Forward To Help Rescued Horses

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff Lillie Tuckerman just learned about kindness in school when she came home with an idea to raise money to support 23 rescued horses that she heard ne ...

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Hartland Woman Converts Lawn Signs Into Useful Items

Hartland Woman Converts Lawn Signs Into Useful Items

Got a Scott Milne for governor or a Dean Corren for Lt. Governor yard sign? Don’t throw them away. Chris Knippenberg needs them... ...

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Homestead Celebrates One Employee’s 50-Year Work Anniversary

Homestead Celebrates One Employee’s 50-Year Work Anniversary

Colby started working at The Homestead, Inc. as a housekeeper in 1964, and at 85 years old, she has no plans to stop caring for the residents, some of whom are younger than she is ...

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Schools: Covered Bridges Half Marathon Donations ‘Fantastic’

Schools: Covered Bridges Half Marathon Donations ‘Fantastic’

By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent A donation of $1,000 has just been sent to 11 elementary schools in the Upper Valley on behalf of the Covered Bridges Half Marathon (CBHM, ...

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Hartland Scientist Awarded $3 Million To Continue Genetic Research

Hartland Scientist Awarded $3 Million To Continue Genetic Research

Victor Ambros, a researcher from Hartland, recently received a Breakthrough Prize in Life Science for a research discovery he made in the 1990s that changed genetic regulation. He ...

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Brownsville General Store Changes Owners

Brownsville General Store Changes Owners

After 22 years, the Brownsville General Store is now under new management. Owner Amy Yates has sold the store to Kathy Frazer, a Hartford resident, who planned to officially take ...

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Departing Director Reflects On Three Decades At Montshire

Departing Director Reflects On Three Decades At Montshire

If there is a watershed moment that Executive Director David Goudy remembers in his 34-year career at the Montshire Museum, it is the move the organization made from an old bowlin ...

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