Tuesday, September 16 2014

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General Manager Leaves Beloved Union Arena Again

General Manager Leaves Beloved Union Arena Again

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff Dan French considers the Union Arena his first-born child. The community ice hockey rink that’s also used for high school sports and events, a circu ...

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An Evening Of Government In Barnard

An Evening Of Government In Barnard

It was Wednesday, Aug. 27, and, while canoes, kayaks and small sailboats slipped through the serene waters of Silver Lake, several yards away Barnard’s local administrators, offic ...

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State Police: No Charges For Freeh In Barnard Accident

State Police: No Charges For Freeh In Barnard Accident

The following statement was released by the state police Wednesday: ...

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Trust Updates Barnard General Store Progress

Trust Updates Barnard General Store Progress

By Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent BARNARD — If Barnard is a one-horse town, as its only visible business, perhaps the Barnard General Store is their lone equine. Actually, ...

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Hartland Looking Into Regional Police Force

Hartland Looking Into Regional Police Force

By Katy Savage, Standard Staff HARTLAND — There may come a day when the town has local police coverage. The Hartland Selectboard recently met with Windsor Police Chief Stephen Soa ...

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Court House Ribbon Cutting Tuesday

Court House Ribbon Cutting Tuesday

  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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Leahy Releases Statement From Former FBI Director Injured In Barnard Crash

Leahy Releases Statement From Former FBI Director Injured In Barnard Crash

Former FBI Director Louis Freeh, who was injured in a single-vehicle crash in Barnard on Monday, issued the following statement through Sen. Patrick Leahy, who visited Freeh on Fr ...

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Rasmussen: Shumlin Ahead Of Milne By 12 Points

Rasmussen: Shumlin Ahead Of Milne By 12 Points

Gov. Peter Shumlin holds a 12-point lead over Republican challenger Scott Milne, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released Friday. In a survey of 700 voters conducted Aug. 28 ...

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Agenda For Tuesday’s Hartland Selectboard Meeting

Agenda For Tuesday’s Hartland Selectboard Meeting

The following is the agenda for the Sept. 2, 7 p.m. meeting of the Hartland Selectboard: ...

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Update: Barber Hill Road Closed Until Nov. 30

Update: Barber Hill Road Closed Until Nov. 30

Barber Hill Road in Pomfret will be closed to traffic starting Sept. 1 for replacement of a culvert, according to a town official. ...

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