Friday, December 19 2014

Category: Archive

Philanthropist, Arts Patron Lolo Sarnoff Dies At 98

Philanthropist, Arts Patron Lolo Sarnoff Dies At 98

She was a formidable and well-known lady of this town who spread her philanthropic endeavors far and wide, touching hundreds of souls and changing lives for many of her 98 years. ...

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Woodstock Boys Soccer Takes Home League, State Honors

Woodstock Boys Soccer Takes Home League, State Honors

Fresh off their outstanding season that resulted in the first championship game appearance in 27 years, the Woodstock boys soccer team has had a number of players selected to rece ...

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Fall Sports Standard Standouts…

Fall Sports Standard Standouts…

The Vermont Standard features a players from each of the six fall sports teams as a "standout" for the season.... ...

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Barnard Not Out Of School Consolidation Talks

Barnard Not Out Of School Consolidation Talks

The school board isn’t ready to close its elementary school, but it is being proactive about probable enrollment dips in the future. ...

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Woodstock Economic Development Commission Supports Room, Meal Tax

Woodstock Economic Development Commission Supports Room, Meal Tax

By Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent Almost two years after the defeat of the vote to fund a part-time economic development coordinator, the Economic Development Commission ...

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Richardson ‘Took Great Pride In The Farm’

Richardson ‘Took Great Pride In The Farm’

By Katy Savage , Standard Staff HARTLAND — James “Jimmie” Richardson, a lifelong farmer and polio survivor from Hartland died Nov. 12 in his home. He was 75. Richardson, a third-g ...

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Humane Society Leads Effort For Care Of Rescued Horses

Humane Society Leads Effort For Care Of Rescued Horses

The rescue mission to save 23 starving horses from a South Woodstock farm last week had been in the works for nearly five years. It finally came together last week after an anonym ...

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Ex-Bear Part Of East Barnard’s ‘Team’

Ex-Bear Part Of East Barnard’s ‘Team’

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff EAST BARNARD — Ralph Kurek’s small town is more than a community to him. He moved to East Barnard about 12 years ago after a vacation in Woodstock, ...

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White Lights On The Woodstock Green This Christmas?

White Lights On The Woodstock Green This Christmas?

Planning for the near and distant future dominated this week’s Village Trustees’ meeting as the trustees considered several planning-design review issues as well as how the Green ...

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MB National Park To Celebrate 150 Years Of ‘Man And Nature’

MB National Park To Celebrate 150 Years Of ‘Man And Nature’

The occasion begins with an invited session on Friday, Nov. 21, at 6 pm., with a talk by Lowenthal and a panel discussion with land ethic leaders in the Billing Farm and Museum Th ...

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