This Week’s Headlines, July 14, 2011

July 13, 2011

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Hitchin’ A RideBud and Polly Leavitt ride Bud’s 1951 Ford 8-N tractor in the parade at East Barnard’s Firemen’s Fun Day last Sunday. For more photos of the event, see Page 1C of the print edition or click here.

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Blaze In Pomfret Destroys Home
by Eric Francis, Special To The Standard

Woodstock’s New Chief Looking To Settle In
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Chamber, Market Vendors Try To See Eye-To-Eye
by Kim Jackson, Special To The Standard

Town Of Killington Sees Tax Rate Drop
by Audrey Richardson, Special to the Standard

Vermont Lays Tracks To Upgrade Rail System
by Eric Francis, Special To The Standard

Music, Childcare Choices For Teen Summer Jobs
by Laura Power, Special To The Standard

West Windsor Could See Redistricting Of Voters
by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor News

The View From The Shoulders Of A Giant
by Christopher Bartlett, Special to the Standard – Sustainable Woodstock

Do Just One Thing… Show respect for our heritage by living as our forebears did – using things until they wear out, repairing things that break, and recycling whatever we can.

BUSINESS MATTERS: by Paul Bousquet
Killington Resort Capital Projects Underway
VT Farmstead Co. Garners Gold Medals
Milne Travel Named Official Travel Partner to NSCAA

‘This Is A Beautiful Place:’ On Woodstock’s 250th Year
(Text from Jack Anderson’s speech at Woodstock’s 250th Celebrations)
Historically Speaking

CVL-South 12U Cal Ripken Win Vermont State Championship
PHOTOS: Legion Hits – Woodstock-Windsor Baseball

Puddledock Players’ ‘Lorax’ A Green Themed Hit
by Harriet Worrell, Art Darts

Check Out Our Calendar Listings For Events Throughout The Week

Try Getting Free Tire Air, And It’s To The Funny Farm With You
by Bob Kelly, Woodstock: 60 Years Ago

You Never Can Tell: The Greasy Pacifist And The 50 Caliber Machine Gun, Part Two
by Chuck Gundersen

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

William Gildersleeve
Juanita Raymond
Helen Spencer
Evelyn Hutchins
Dorothy Farnsworth
Donna Lloyd
Donald Atwood

PHOTO GALLERIES: click Here to see this week’s photo galleries.
Firemen’s Fun Day
Happy 250th Woodstock!
Pomfret Pride – 250th Celebration
Legion Hits – Woodstock-Windsor Baseball


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