This Week’s Headlines, April 28, 2011

April 27, 2011

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Quechee School Part Of Bomb Scare Lock-Down
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

West Windsor Passed Over For Paving Funds
by Stephen McKay, Special to the Standard

Illegal Immigrants Stopped In Plymouth
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Billings Welcomes New Farm Manager
by Luke Eastman, Special to the Standard

Scenic Route 100 Approved By State Transportation Board

Killington’s EDT Releases Report

Speaking Up About VY
Letter to the Editor, by Fred Riehl, Quechee

Rabies: An Ancient Viral Scourge
by David Deen, River Steward, Connecticut River Watershed Council

In Ethan Allen’s Footsteps: Volunteering In Vermont – Sustainable Woodstock
by Christopher Bartlett, Special to the Standard

Do Just One Thing… Do you have old tires or broken electronic equipment that you no longer need? Dispose of these items safely at the special collection at the Woodstock Town Garage on Saturday, April 30 from 9 am-Noon

Barnard Will Celebrate Its 250th With A Packed Schedule Of Special Events
by Kim Furlong, Carolyn DiCicco, Across The Counter, News from the Barnard Store

Z Corners Inn Prepares For Reopening May 6
By Paul Bousquet, Business Matters

New West Windsor School Board Director To Be Appointed Tonight
by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor

Harland Man Hit With Embezzlement Charges
by Eric Francis, District Court Report

Girls’ Tennis Rolls in Opener
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

WUHS Sports Roundup
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

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

Gerald Gramling, 85
Sean Hughes, 52
Pauline Davenport, 41
Elaine Small, 59
Mark Whitcomb, 54
Robert Buswell, 86 & Jane Buswell, 88
Ralph Brothers, Jr., 88
Gerald Best, 66
Charles Brown, 87

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

Glad Rags Sale
Easter at Quechee Club
WUHS Boys Baseball
Killington Resort’s Sunshine Daydream Festival


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