This Week’s Headlines, Dec. 2nd, 2010

December 2, 2010

in News,This Weeks Headlines

What A Trot

The 4th Annual Turkey Trot for Zack’s Place, shown above, raised $20,000 this year and garnered impressive support from the community. See more photos here.

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Heating Aid Faces Cuts
by Gareth Henderson, Standard Staff

Hartland Woman Sentenced For Pointing Rifle
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Ascutney Owner Sells Off Some Equipment
by Gareth Henderson, Standard Staff

Holiday Festival Is Back In Killington
by Gareth Henderson, Standard Staff

Bob Cavnar At Woodstock History Center
By Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Hartland Trails Group Unveils $15K Groomer
by Gareth Henderson, Standard Staff

Local Teens Help VINS build New Nature Playground

Killington Budget Shows Slight Increase
by Gareth Henderson, Standard Staff

A Murky Topic: Sediment
by David Deen, River Steward, Connecticut River Watershed Council

Woodstock native Whitney Frates Named All-American In Field Hockey
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Woodstock Village Offers Free Parking Wassail Weekend
by Paul Bousquet, Business Matters

ECFiber Eyes Backroads Broadband Program
by David Brown, ECFiber Governing Board

The Pomfret Emergency Services Seeks Contributions To Replace Equipment That Will Be Obsolete in 2013
by Chuck Gundersen, Pomfret News

Community Booth Helps Communication At School
by Laura Power, Special to the Standard

This Year’s Wassail Parade Dedicated to Paul Kendall

Taming the Jungle: The East End Project Progesses
by Christopher Bartlett, Sustainable Woodstock, Special to the Standard
(see the video on the proposed site plans – click here

The Holidays Will Sparkle With Art, Performances
by Harriet Worrell, Art Darts


Annual Turkey Trot : Photo Gallery
Hartland Gives Thanks: Photo Gallery

WUHS: Winter Sports Practices – Hockey and Basketball


Cynthia Smith Obituary, 68

Roger Thompson Obituary, 93

Editorials Points for this Week

Remembering December 7th, 1941
A Thank You to Chippers


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