This Week’s Headlines, November 22, 2017

Read these stories and more on the eEdition, new edition available Wednesday nights, pick up a copy on the newsstands Thursdays or subscribe. (This week’s publishing schedule is a day early, due to the Thanksgiving holiday.) The Power of Pie Top Stories Headmaster Seriously Hurt in Accident by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent Many Thousands Expected […]

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Scotland House Eyes Permits

A slight delay in the opening of the long anticipated Scotland House is not deterring board members, participants or volunteers from their excitement in providing adult day care services to the Woodstock area.

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Suicide Six Seeks Event Tent, Bike Trails

When the Act 250 hearing officers retired into “Recess Session” at 12:30 p.m. on Halloween, Board Chair Tim Taylor announced that the easy part of the permitting process is over – the back-and-forth between the Board and various participants of standing may take as long as six months.

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Editorial: Some Reflections on Veterans Day

This majestic bald eagle was seen last weekend just off River Road near the Taftsville Covered Bridge. (Rick Russell Photo) Honor our Veterans in a ceremony and parade in Woodstock, Saturday, 11am in the Village. Older and younger generations working together and learning from each other is a special concept, and one that enriches the […]

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Good Progress on the Mascoma Bank Building

Construction to the building and grounds is progressing at the new Mascoma Bank building located at the east end in Woodstock.  The roof was being placed with the assistance of a crane on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017. (Phil Camp Photo)

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