Monday, November 24 2014

Category: Opinion

Let The Healthcare Games Begin!

Let The Healthcare Games Begin!

by Kurt Staudter While We Were Sleeping “Here we go again with private sector gatekeepers whose job is to limit care and maximize profits. The whole point was to move beyond the e ...

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Editorial Points: February 3rd, 2011

Editorial Points: February 3rd, 2011

Thank You Kathy Wendling (Read Her Last Column) In these pages this week, our friend and long-time columnist Kathy Wendling bids goodbye to readers with her final column for Histo ...

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Goodbye To My Beloved Standard And Historically Speaking

Goodbye To My Beloved Standard And Historically Speaking

Inevitably, it has become evident that my participation in Historically Speaking would come to an end—now that that time is here! So, as we move into February 2011, I am forced to ...

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OHC Not Meant To Handle Emergencies

OHC Not Meant To Handle Emergencies

To the Editor: It is with great sadness that I write this letter. Having worked at the Ottauquechee Health Center as a physician off and on for years, I feel that the recent lette ...

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EDITORIAL: Standard’s Online Poll Results Deserve

EDITORIAL: Standard’s Online Poll Results Deserve

Of the many polls we’ve offered, two in particular have eclipsed all others in terms of response. Those two were the one which dealt with bullying in local schools and the other w ...

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Bullying A Problem In The Woodstock School District

Bullying A Problem In The Woodstock School District

To The Editor: I was horrified at a recent dinner party among a group of friends by the accounts of bullying at our local schools. In particular, a family that has a child in each ...

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Editorial Points for December 2nd, 2010

Editorial Points for December 2nd, 2010

This week's editorials: both topics which can be found in detail in our November 11th print edition includes: December 7, 1941: Recalling the 69th Anniversary of the devastating s ...

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Editorials: November 24th, 2010

Editorials: November 24th, 2010

A summary of this week's editorials, which can be found in detail in our November 24th print edition. We invite you to comment, leave your thoughts, whether you agree or disagree ...

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Another Tradition in the Offering?

Another Tradition in the Offering?

Another event which could have a major impact on the economy and quality of life in Woodstock, just as the Covered Bridges Half-Marathon, October Apples and Crafts Fair, Christmas ...

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Editorial: Surveys

Editorial: Surveys

Surveys - if the questions asked are properly crafted and are not aimed at seeking responses the asking party would prefer to hear - can be very helpful in making sound decisions. ...

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