This Week’s Headline, April 14th, 2011

April 13, 2011

in News,This Weeks Headlines

‘Let Down Your Hair’

Isabelle Jenne, as Rapunzel, lets her hair down from the castle while Theresa Ennis, as the Witch, approaches, in the Bridgewater Village School’s production of Into The Woods. The musical happens tonight at 6:30 at BVS. See more photos in next weeks Standard.
Photo by Kim Jackson

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Woodstock’s Chief Of Police Announces Retirement
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Hartland Elementary School Board To Hire Dean of Students
by Laura Power, Special to the Standard

Jobs Cut At Mt. Ascutney Hospital
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

In, Pomfret, Empty Bowls Are Filled
by Audrey Richardson, Special to the Standard See the Photo Gallery

Killington’s Highline Lodge Open Again For Dining, Relaxation
by Marcia Stoller, Special to the Standard

East Barnard Church Steeped In History
by Laura Power, Standard Correspondent

Woodstock’s Role In The New Energy Crisis
by Christopher Bartlett, Special to the Standard

This Is The Last Straw: The Killing Of Medicare
by Kurt Staudter, While We Were Sleeping

Budget Battle Fantasy
by Dick Tracy, Right Sights

The Civil War From a Vermonter’s Perspective
by Alexander Gaschardt, Special To The Standard

Chippers Will Officially Open New Gardening Division
by Pat Allen, Pomfret News

WUHS 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

WUHS Takes Medals At Science And Math Fair

A Topaz The Color Of Julie McCafferty’s Eyes: The Finale
by Chuck Gundersen, You Never Can Tell

Woodstock Boy’s Lacrosse Moves To 2-1
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Spencer Smith Takes Gold At CanAms

Click here to read the full obituaries on the following local community members.

Carol Krech
Forrest Brown
Raymond Keszyinki

Photo Galleries: click to see this week’s photo galleries.

Change the World Kids “Let It Grow Wild”
Democracy at Damon
A Tribute – ProMusica
Pomfret Empty Bowls


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