Tuesday, March 3 2015

Category: History

State Could Decide If Woodstock Stone House Comes Down

State Could Decide If Woodstock Stone House Comes Down

It is up to the state’s Act 250 court and a few others to make the final say in the life in the 1834 William Blake House formerly owned by Kurt Gerrish. One option is to demolish ...

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Hungarian Refugee Recalls Christmas Eve Escape

Hungarian Refugee Recalls Christmas Eve Escape

The sound of fireworks still makes Geza Tatrallyay quiver. They remind him of the flares he saw when he was seven years old and he and his family were escaping Hungary in 1966, du ...

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Photos: Celebrating 150 Years Of ‘Man and Nature’

Photos: Celebrating 150 Years Of ‘Man and Nature’

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the publication of “Man and Nature” by George Perkins Marsh. Known as the “prophet of conservation,” the native Vermonter heralded the mod ...

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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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Spooky Woodstock Is Saturday

Spooky Woodstock Is Saturday

Spooky Woodstock for Kids. Saturday, October 18, 2-3 pm. Children's party that will include Halloween history crafts and a gourd hunt. Free, but pre-registration is required as sp ...

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Photos: Old Time Fair At History Center

Photos: Old Time Fair At History Center

Woodstock History Center hosted an Old Time Fair on the back lawn. Activities will included live music, heirloom crafts (corn-husk dolls and stenciling), face painting, silent mov ...

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Photos: Antique Car ‘Silver Ghosts’ In Town

Photos: Antique Car ‘Silver Ghosts’ In Town

A group of 'Silver Ghosts' traveling around the area stopped at the Woodstock Inn. Rick Russell Photos ...

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Photos: Windsor County Court House Reopens

Photos: Windsor County Court House Reopens

The Windsor County Court House that had been closed for renovations and reopened with a ribbon cutting and open house. Rick Russell Photos [pydsmugmugslider albumid="44087611" alb ...

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Court House Open House Friday

Court House Open House Friday

  After an eight-month, $2.2 million renovation, the historic Windsor County Court House will resume all court operations on Tuesday, Sept. 2. Windsor County voters approved ...

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Settling Into Jail While Court House Work Begins

Settling Into Jail While Court House Work Begins

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff Assistant Side Judge Jack Anderson wasn’t wearing slacks or tie on Monday morning. Instead, he came to work dressed in blue jeans and a button down ...

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