Tag Archives: Fall

The rise and fall of the Woodstock Country School

The rise and fall of the Woodstock Country School

WOODSTOCK— “Woodstock Country School, A History of Institutional Denial” by alumnus William Boardman tells the story of the Vermont school’s rise and flourishing, even as it relied on charismatic headmaster David Bailey, whose dominance shaped the institutional denial that proved too strong to allow the…

Sports
May 10, 2017

Lady Saints fall in semifinals

The regular-season has officially ended for the baseball and softball teams at College of St. Joseph. The Lady Saints  played in the Yankee Small College Conference Tournament on Saturday, May 6, and were defeated by the NHTI Lynx 9-0. They finished their season with an…

Sports
October 5, 2016

Police encourage safe hiking, preparedness

As summer departs and the weather cools this fall, the Vermont State Police and Department of Public Safety would like to remind those heading out onto Vermont’s hiking trails of the ever changing conditions a hiker may encounter this time of year, especially at higher…

Fall is prime time for fishing
Sports
October 5, 2016

Fall is prime time for fishing

VTF&W lists hot fall fishing opportunities across Vermont RUTLAND — As water temperatures cool across Vermont, the fishing action is heating up and the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has assembled a list of some of the top fall fishing opportunities in all corners of…

Column
September 25, 2014

Fruits of fall

Fall is the time most fruits on woody plants, not just on fruit trees, mature and become most colorful. These come in various forms, types, and colors, with names such as berries, pomes, and drupes. In addition, there are other attractive fruiting or seed structures…