This Week’s Headlines, June 16, 2011

June 15, 2011

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The winners of the Judge’s Choice at the 2011 WUHS Alumni Parde ride atop their float “Mexican Fiesta” at last Saturday’s parade around the Woodstock Green. For this story and parade judging result pick up a copy of the Vermont Standard. For more lots more photos click here.
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Route 4 Gets The Nod For Repaving
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Guite Granted Rights To Relocate Cemetery
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Year Two Of Full-Circle Trolly Approved
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Black Bears: How Should Town Deal?
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

WUHS Class of 2011 Energized, Ready For Path Ahead
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff
(For a look at photos/ post graduation plans and well wished – check out the graduation supplement – HERE!

This Could Be The End Of WealthCare As We Know It
by Kurt Staudter, While We Were Sleeping…

Bluegrass Maven Peter Rowan To Take Stage At Summergrass
Submitted by Pentangle Arts

Windsor Mineral Details Two-Year Pond Reclamation Project To Select Board.
by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor News

Local Painter Discovers There’s Beauty In The Old, The Rusting
by Laura Power, Special to the Standard

Brownsville Student Recognized For Land Stewardship

Woodstock Elementary School Students Work With Raspberries
by Anne Macksound, Special to the Standard
Sustainable Woodstock

Do Just One Thing…Grow something that you can eat, even if it’s just one thing. Planting a seed or a small plant and raising it for food will feed the soul as well as the body.

Selectmen Consider Watering Sidewalks To Get Rid Of Dust
Compiled by Dave Doubleday

Chilly Parade, But Great Floats
by Bob Kelly, Woodstock: 60 Years Ago

BUSINESS MATTERS: Mont Vert Café Opens In Woodstock
Killington Founder Named to 2011 VT Ski & Snowboard Hall of Fame
by Paul Bousquet

Taftsville Covered Bridge To See Changes
by Laura Power, Special to the Standard

Boys’ Lacrosse Plays Superbly In quarterfinal Win At Mt. Anthony
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

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

Wayne Peckham
Prof. John Baird
F. Murry Hardiman II

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

Barnard Academy’s Midsummer Night’s Dream
Rainbow Playschool “Graduation” to Kindergarten
Woodstock’s Alumni Parade

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