This Week’s Headlines, June 23, 2011

June 22, 2011

in News,This Weeks Headlines

A hot air balloon hover over the Quechee Gorge Sunday afternoon as a part of the annual Quechee Hot Air Balloon and Crafts Festival last weekend. The festival is the longest continuously running festival of its kind in New England. For more photos click here. Or pick up a copy of the Standard today.
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More Than 500 Tax Grievances In Killington
by Kim Jackson, Special to the Standard

Lost Hiker Rescued In Bridgewater
by Eric Francis, Special to the Standard

Bearhounding: ‘Best Kept Secret In Vermont’
by Eric Francis, Special to the Standard

Jean Kendrick Bids Adieu To Hartland Elementary
by Audrey Richardson, Special to the Standard

Pumpkin House Torn Down by Developer Bijan Bahramian
Compiled by Dave Doubleday, Olde Woodstock

Woodstock’s Own ‘Currency’: Using Time Instead Of Counting Dollard
by Richard Schramm, Sustainable Woodstock

Everything Is NOT On Google
by Hannah Sadwith, Special to the Standard

A Vermont Perspective On The Civil War
by Alexander Geschardt, Historically Speaking

Reading 6th Grader Begins Her Own Greeting Card Business
by Risa Mornis, Reading News

On The Road: Sisters Pull A Cross-Country Tour
by Audrey Richardson, Special to the Standard

Killington Junior Golf Championship Epands Field

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

Viola Durphey

Hugh Whitham

Edward Lavin

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

Sherburne Elementary School – Field Day

Quechee Balloon Festival, 2011

Woodstock’s Digital Media Festival

Reading Elementary School


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