This Week’s Headlines, Nov. 24, 2010

November 24, 2010

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Happy Thanksgiving!
This Week’s Headlines from our Print Edition.

Pie-makers Carol Powell, Margaret Thomas and Fran Gillett (l-r) work their magic at the Thompson Center last Friday. Wanda, Jim and Noreen Huff organized an effort to make 90 pies for the Woodstock Food Shelf, with help from the Center’s new owners.

Thompson Center Will Close Dec. 20-30 For Renovations by Gareth Henderson, Standard Staff

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Obituaries
Damon L. Jillson, 81
James M. Shields, Sr., 72

Editorials
This Weeks Editorials:
Be Thanksful
Surveys

CVPS Increase Irks B&Bs by Gareth Henderson, Standard Staff

Judge Billings Receives Purple Heart by David Cogger, Special to the Standard

Former Hartland Man Accused of Sexually Assaulting Child By Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Melendy Dog Tag Finds Its Way Home by Gareth Henderson, Standard Staff

Town’s Wireless Plan Now In Phase Two by Larry Perry, Special to the Standard

I Will Let You Be In Jim’s Dream If I Can Be In Yours by Check Gundersen, You Never Can Tell

The Church Of Our Savior by Larua Power, Special to the Standard

Hood Museum Exhibits Work of Contemporary Tibetan Artists

Don’t Miss Yoh’s ‘Ela Of The Cinders, Ole!’ by Harriet Worrell, Art Darts

Pentangle Names Arts Program After The Late Dana Emmons by Chuck Gunderson, Pomfret News

Stalking the Wild, Brown Trout by Kubie Brown, For the Outside Story

Woodstock Rotary Delivers Humanitarian Aid to Nicaragua by Paul Bousquet, Business Matters

Where You Buy Your Meat Can Help Young People Stay In Vermont by Richard Schramm, Special to the Standard

East End, Ridgeline Top Village Zoning Talks by Gareth Henderson, Standard Staff

‘Henny’ At Center of Legal Dispute by Gareth Henderson, Standard Staff

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