Friday, January 30 2015

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New Woodstock Brewery Releases Coffee IPA

New Woodstock Brewery Releases Coffee IPA

By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent Among the many local breweries that have sprung up in the last year or two, there is one that now offers perhaps one of the most unique bl ...

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Local Butcher’s Shop A Woodstock Staple

Local Butcher’s Shop A Woodstock Staple

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff When George Racicot was 14, his father made him work in a butcher shop on Central Street called Houghton’s Red and White. “I don’t know if it was wh ...

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The Top 10 Stories Of 2014

The Top 10 Stories Of 2014

You can be forgiven if you’re sick of politics. Standard readers were treated to everything from local brouhahas to compelling state elections. Laws passed and health care plans s ...

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Veterans Use Fly Fishing Program As Stress Reliever

Veterans Use Fly Fishing Program As Stress Reliever

Some Upper Valley volunteers are using the North Country’s great outdoors and related activities as therapy through Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc., helping people like.. ...

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Board Endorses Quechee Bike Path Study

Board Endorses Quechee Bike Path Study

By Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent QUECHEE— Plans to upgrade and install a web of paths and sidewalks that would allow Quechee residents and elementary students to safely mak ...

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Nordic Team Home Meet 6 p.m., Friday

Nordic Team Home Meet 6 p.m., Friday

There is a home (at Woodstock Union High School) meet at 6 p.m. on Friday, January 9. Nordic Teams Take First At Eastern Cup Opening Events By David Miles, Standard Correspondent ...

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An Annual Tradition, For The Birds

An Annual Tradition, For The Birds

Every December for the past 27 years, Mark Council has trudged through the woods and counts every bird in sight. By now, he knows their habitat. ...

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WUHS Grads McFarland And Ramsey Featured in ‘Woman’s Day

WUHS Grads McFarland And Ramsey Featured in ‘Woman’s Day

By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent A local project spurred by two recent Woodstock Union High School alumni has gone national. The January 2015 issue of “Woman’s Day” magazi ...

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Local Student Filmmakers Intern On Salinger Movie

Local Student Filmmakers Intern On Salinger Movie

By Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent When Woodstock resident Jim Sadwith makes a movie, he sees it not only as an opportunity for himself but other locals as well. From inve ...

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Region Adjusts To Heating Fuel Price Fluctuations

Region Adjusts To Heating Fuel Price Fluctuations

Staff Report Those who heat their homes with fuel oil are saving hundreds of dollars this winter season. Dead River Company in Woodstock is selling fuel oil at $2.85 per gallon — ...

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