Friday, March 6 2015

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Life Support: Woodstock EMT Gives Back To Those Who Give To Her Son

Life Support: Woodstock EMT Gives Back To Those Who Give To Her Son

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff Lisa Linton remembers the day she joined Woodstock’s family of emergency medical technicians. It was about 20 years ago, and she was staying with he ...

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Woman Facing Cruelty Case Wants Horses Back

Woman Facing Cruelty Case Wants Horses Back

By Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Woodstock woman accused of animal cruelty after authorities seized nearly two dozen horses from her South Woodst ...

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West Windsor Hears Suggestions For Ascutney Mountain Uses

West Windsor Hears Suggestions For Ascutney Mountain Uses

West Windsor town officials were surprised by more than a couple of dozen residents who came to Story Memorial Hall in Brownsville to discuss the town’s plans for 469 acres compri ...

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Local Man Charged For Massive Marijuana Grow

Local Man Charged For Massive Marijuana Grow

The West Bridgewater man accused of operating an indoor marijuana growing operation told troopers he cut all of his plants down twice last year because he suspected he was under s ...

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Unclaimed Money: Not What Vermonters Want

Unclaimed Money: Not What Vermonters Want

The state is holding on to millions of dollars’ worth of forgotten bank accounts, uncashed checks and other property that belongs to current or former Vermonters. If your name isn ...

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ArtisTree’s First Musical ‘Rooted In Family’

ArtisTree’s First Musical ‘Rooted In Family’

Performances start on Thursday, Feb. 5 at 7:30 at the Woodstock Town Hall Theatre for a "preview" of the show. Additional performances... • Friday, February 6th at 7:30 pm (Openin ...

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Committee: Closing Bridgewater School Saves $400K

Committee: Closing Bridgewater School Saves $400K

  By Katy Savage, Standard Staff BRIDGEWATER — Not one of 30 or so residents raised their hands when asked if they wanted Bridgewater Village School to stay open at the first ...

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Reading Commission: No Dogs Allowed

Reading Commission: No Dogs Allowed

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff READING — Despite complaints from residents and a petition, Bartley Field will stay closed to dogs and people. The gate to the public field was padl ...

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Head To Ascutney For The BIG Foot 5K

Head To Ascutney For The BIG Foot 5K

I love Ascutney Mountain, all four seasons. The views, the trails, the terrain, the hang gliders...it’s just a very special place. If you’re looking for something to do outside an ...

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Director Hopes Small-Town Play Gets Big Laughs

Director Hopes Small-Town Play Gets Big Laughs

By Dillon Walsh, Standard Correspondent When director Jo OliverYeager discovered the play “Death and Taxes,” she said the plot — a comedic murder mystery revolving around a local ...

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