This Week’s Headlines, July 21, 2011

July 20, 2011

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Camper Maxwell Shaw-Jones and staffer Ben Crocket get to milking at Farm and Wilderness Camps in Plymouth. Seven summer camps are incorporated in Farm and Wilderness, and the organization estimates that about 86 percent of campers come from out of state. Photo Provided By Plymouth Farm and Wilderness Camps
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Redistricting May Bring Big Changes for Woodstock and Bridgewater Voters
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

More Signs Slated For Elm Street Turn
by Audrey Richardson, Special to the Standard

Farm & Wilderness Changes With Times, But Values Remain The Same
by Audrey Richardson, Special to the Standard

Goodbye, Hello
by Gwen Stanley, Editorial Points

Letter to the Editor: He Will Run
P.G. Behr, South Woodstock

As Many As 40 New Homes Are Possible In Plymouth If Private Club Plans Proceed
by Margo Marrone, Plymouth News

Sustainable Woodstock: How To Bypass Washington’s Dim Bulbs
by Christopher Bartlett, Special to the Standard

Do Just One Thing…Replace all your remaining incandescent light bulbs with CFLs available at local stores in all sizes for just 99 cents under Efficiency Vermont’s current promotion.

Ottauquechee Health Foundation Announces New Support Grants

Tai Chi: Slow & Powerful
by Cindy Parker, The Thompson Center

In The Presence Of ‘A Most Beautiful Person’
by Marian Leavitt Levasseur, Barefoot Tracts In Vermont

Doing It One Better Than Abby
by Terry Marotta

Standard Welcomes Charlie Wilson As New Taftsville Correspondent
by Carlie Wilson, Taftsville News

BUSINESS MATTERS: by Paul Bousquet
Local Residents Elected To Mascoma Board
King Arthur Flour Launches Two-year Expansion
Pentangle Brings Headliners to SummerGrass 2011

Natural Propensity For Basis Play Won’t Decline With Tech Age
by Harriet Worrell, Art Darts

SummerGrass this weekend @ Suicide 6 (Bluegrass Festival)
Headliners Include: Sam Bush, Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder, David Grisman Sextet, Sierra Hull, Peter Rowan and the Bluegrass Gospel Project and more…

Check Out Our Calendar Listings For Events Throughout The Week

You Never Can Tell: The Greasy Pacifist And The 50 Caliber Machine Gun, Finale
by Chuck Gundersen, Special to the Standard

Legion Team Finishes At 9-7
Photos: Camp with Tim Thomas

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

Patricia O’Brien
Allen Prior

PHOTO GALLERIES: click Here to see this week’s photo galleries.

Hartland’s Farmer Market
Vermont 100
Quechee Polo Club match
ArtisTree & Purple Crayon Summer Fest
Ice Cream Social – Woodstock Historical Society


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