Sunday, September 21 2014

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Everybody Dance Now… Barnard Street Dance Saturday

Everybody Dance Now… Barnard Street Dance Saturday

There’s something about Vermonters. They just love to bust a move. Wherever you are — whether it’s a third Thursday or a second Saturday — there’s sure to be a square dance, waltz ...

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Gourmet Gone Wild: Local Chefs Wandering The Land For New Edibles

Gourmet Gone Wild: Local Chefs Wandering The Land For New Edibles

There is nothing new about the recent technique of foraging or, as some would rather say, wild gathering or plant collecting. After all, and according to most social anthropologis ...

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School Consolidation Ideas Narrowed

School Consolidation Ideas Narrowed

After several months, a committee composed of area school board members has narrowed down the proposed outcome of a consolidation study between Pomfret, Woodstock, Barnard and Bri ...

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It’s Time For Reappraisal Says Woodstock Listers

It’s Time For Reappraisal Says Woodstock Listers

In part to put the value of homes back in line with their assessed value, the Woodstock Board of Listers has announced it will be doing a full reappraisal within the next two year ...

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Time, Rising Food Costs Force Dixie’s II To Close

Time, Rising Food Costs Force Dixie’s II To Close

For the last eight years, resident Brigetta Johnson has worked seven days a week, eight hours a day at the restaurant she purchased from Randy Strong of Sharon — while raising fou ...

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Website Names Woodstock A Top Pet-Friendly Town

Website Names Woodstock A Top Pet-Friendly Town

If you like pets, you may be living in the right place. Woodstock was named one of the top U.S. towns for dogs by gopetfriendly.com — a website that lists pet-friendly hotel and c ...

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Local Father-Daughter Duo Collaborate On Musical Mantras

Local Father-Daughter Duo Collaborate On Musical Mantras

Sonny Saul, an accomplished piano player who runs Pleasant Street Bookstore in Woodstock, says his daughter Luette Saul was exposed to music at a young age... ...

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Where NOBO And SOBO Meet On The Appalachian Trail

Where NOBO And SOBO Meet On The Appalachian Trail

Each summer about this time the hills of Prosper Valley are alive, but it’s not with Julie Andrews singing the “Sound of Music.” The hills are alive with the annual crossing of NO ...

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Dream Come True For Shrine Game Participants, Game Saturday

Dream Come True For Shrine Game Participants, Game Saturday

This weekend, 72 of the finest high school football players from New Hampshire and Vermont will begin practice for the 61st annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl... ...

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Trails Closed To GMHA Over Deed Dispute

Trails Closed To GMHA Over Deed Dispute

Out of frustration with general practices at Green Mountain Horse Association, two people have closed down their trails, according to Dana Waters... ...

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