This Week’s Headlines, May 5th, 2011

May 4, 2011

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Rite Of Spring

Ethan Jacobson-Goodhue, center is in danger of being tied to the maypole at the May Day celebration held at Hartland Unitarian Universalist Church Sunday afternoon. The others are from left, Jack Morin, Remy Lambert (partially obscured), Lillian Kendall and Ellie Jacobson-Goodhue. For more photos click here or pick up your copy of the Standard today
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Local Expert On Bin Laden’s Death: Closure, Satisfaction
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Some Question Need For HES Dean
by Luke Eastman, Special to the Standard

Plymouth Passes Budget On Second Go-Round
by Margo Marrone, Special to the Standard

Thompson Center Looks At Challenges, Growth Ahead
by Audrey Richardson, Special to the Standard

R.E.A.D. With A Friend At Sherburne Library
by Audrey Richardson, Special to the Standard

Reading Elementary School Principal Hands Over Reins
by Risa Marnis, Special to the Standard

Town of Woodstock’s New 911 System Is In Full Effect
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Local Businesses Get Nod From Yankee Magazine For Being ‘Best’

Recalling Hartland’s Bicentennial
by Carol Mowry, Historically Speaking

Summer Stock in Woodstock For Bookstock

Talking With Mt. Ascutney’s First Chief Medical Officer
From the Ottauquechee Health Center & Mount Ascutney Hospital

Postpartum Mood Disorders – A New Mother’s Personal Hell
by Kurt Staudter, While We Were Sleeping

Supporting Your Local Business: Turning Ideals Into Great Deals
by Christopher Bartlett, Special to the Standard Sustainable Woodstock

Do Just One Thing… Join Green Up Day on Saturday, May 7 when volunteer will give Woodstock a good spring cleaning. Assemble at the Woodstock Town Hall at 8 a.m. for the traditional photo before cleanup activities commence.

Norman Williams Public Library Annual Fundraising Gala Set for May 15
by Paul Bousquet, Business Matters

It’s Official: ‘Killington Elementary’ As New Name
by Eric Francis, Special to the Standard

Boys Tennis Team Notches First Win
WUHS Sports RoundUp, by David Miles

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

Betty Bunting
Dennis Sargent
Janice Durphey
John Hickey
Mary Sawyer

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

WES Art & Music Festival
WUHS Girls Softball vs Green Mountain
Ottauquechee School Ice Cream Social
May Day in Hartland at UU Church


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