Thursday, December 18 2014

Category: Archive

GMHA Looking For New Director After Rodd Departs

GMHA Looking For New Director After Rodd Departs

The Green Mountain Horse Association is marching on without its executive director in hopes that someone new will drive up fundraising dollars. Jane Rodd, who was hired as the exe ...

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North Star Bakery: Generosity, Made From Scratch

North Star Bakery: Generosity, Made From Scratch

WEST WINDSOR – She started baking bread for the food shelf after she heard they were in need. “I thought, ‘Oh there’s my chance to give them some bread,’” Rathburn said. The bread ...

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Police: Drinking Led To Hartland Resident’s Crash

Police: Drinking Led To Hartland Resident’s Crash

By Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Police say a Hartland resident admitted to smoking marijuana and drinking on Oct. 24 before he rolled his pickup tru ...

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Church Celebrates Old, New Leaders

Church Celebrates Old, New Leaders

By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent BROWNSVILLE — Pastor Christian Huebner was ministering as music director of the Centre Church of Brattleboro when, one recent Sunday, he a ...

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The Four-And-A-Half-Cup Solution

The Four-And-A-Half-Cup Solution

According to the latest USDA data, most Americans fall far short of eating enough servings of fruits and vegetables. This is unfortunate since these foods are crucial to good heal ...

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Finding Wisdom In An Old College Textbook

Finding Wisdom In An Old College Textbook

From a family of bookstore haunters (who also put pencil notes throughout book interiors or on specific pages or favorite chapters), I have hardbacks I've kept from college, a few ...

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WUHS Cross Country Teams Finish Fourth At State Meet

WUHS Cross Country Teams Finish Fourth At State Meet

By David Miles, Sports Correspondent Cross country is among the most predictable of sports. That explains why coach Tracy Rose sat at her kitchen table the night before Saturday’s ...

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Business Owners: Foliage Season ‘Very Good’

Business Owners: Foliage Season ‘Very Good’

By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent This foliage season might possibly have been the best in recent memory, according to local businesses. “It went great,” said Village Butch ...

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‘Before Her Time’ –  A Brilliant Woodstock Icon, A Life With Dementia

‘Before Her Time’ – A Brilliant Woodstock Icon, A Life With Dementia

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff Charlotte Boggs stared blankly at the man sitting in front of her without saying anything. “Charlotte, do you know who this is?” the nurse said. “Ye ...

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Select Board Considers New ADA Plans For Woodstock Town Hall

Select Board Considers New ADA Plans For Woodstock Town Hall

By Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent Damage from snow and ice has prevented disabled residents from easily accessing Woodstock Town Hall at certain times of the year, but th ...

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