Thursday, October 30 2014

Category: Archive

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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Danforth Pewter Product Focus Of ‘How It’s Made’

Danforth Pewter Product Focus Of ‘How It’s Made’

Danforth Pewter, which opened its doors last April in town, will be featured on an upcoming episode of “How It’s Made” on the Discovery Channel. ...

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Affordable Housing Project To Break Ground Oct. 21

Affordable Housing Project To Break Ground Oct. 21

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff The controversial housing development in West Woodstock that has been about a decade in the making will finally break ground this month. Constructio ...

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Pet Massage: She’s Got Your Pet’s Kneads In Mind

Pet Massage: She’s Got Your Pet’s Kneads In Mind

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff Lesley Bracker used her fingertips in a gliding motion against Artemis’ brown coat of freshly shaved fur and worked the muscles along her spine on M ...

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Community Cuts, Splits And Stacks For Pomfret Family

Community Cuts, Splits And Stacks For Pomfret Family

By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent POMFRET — Perhaps one of the greatest tributes to the late Jack Maxham was the recent and unexpected gathering of his friends and co-worke ...

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Two WUHS Grads Receive National Award

Two WUHS Grads Receive National Award

By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent Two Woodstock Union High School alumni are among 25 nationally selected candidates who were recently awarded the Gloria Barron Prize for Y ...

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Karl Kemnitzer, Inventor’s Bikes See The Light

Karl Kemnitzer, Inventor’s Bikes See The Light

One of Karl Kemnitzer’s greatest solar goals achievements is riding a bike 46 miles to Hanover and back in meeting clothes without breaking a sweat.... ...

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Town Mulls Future Of Old School Building

Town Mulls Future Of Old School Building

The town discussed whether to maintain or sell the vacant North Hartland school building at a Selectboard meeting Monday night. ...

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