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This Week’s Headlines, July 28, 2011

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Chilling Out

Cooper Dorsogna,7, Colby Eaton, 7, Lola Dorsogna, 8, and Klyer Eaton, 3, all of Pomfret revel the cool water sprinkler provided by Suicide Six at last weekend’s SummerGrass concert. The concert, organized by Pentangle Arts Council of Woodstock, featured big names in bluegrass such as Ricky Skaggs and Sam Bush. For more photos of the concert, see Page 1C. Nancy Nutile-McMenemy Photo

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MORE HEADLINES…

Reading Man Faces Child Porn Charges
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Hartford Police Chief Addresses Quechee Beating Accusations
by Eric Francis, Special to the Standard

Barnard Filmaker Zagar Tapped As Rep
by Laura Power, Special to the Standard

Woodstock Could Be In Orange Senate District
by Laura Power, Special to the Standard

Barnard Residents Request ‘Under 5 MPH’ Limit On Lake
by Margaret Edwards, Special to the Standard

Mildred Whitney Was ‘Matriarch of Taftsville’
by Audrey Richardson, Special to the Standard

Pomfret Talks Act 60, Replacement Bridge
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Woodstock Police Log - From Chief Byron Kelly
Retail Theft Reported At An East End Woodstock Road Business

Vermont, Like Greece, Is Stifled By Regulations
by Peter Behr, Middle Ground

Sustainable Woodstock: Intellectually Curious? Try Biting The Snake
by Christopher Bartlett, Special To The Standard

DO JUST ONE THING… Just take one: at at takeout restaurant reduce the trash you generate by taking only what you need – a single napkin, one sugar for your coffee, a straw for your drink only if you need it.

BUSINESS MATTERS: by Paul Bousquet
Stonemason Aids In Woodstock Restorations
Woodstock’s 3rdAnnual Bookstock’s Headlining Weekend Activity
Killington Wins State Recognition

ENTERTAINMENT
SummerGrass 2011 – Two Days of Peace, Love And Bluegrass - photo gallery

Check Out Our Calendar Listings For Events Throughout The Week

HISTORY
New Nature Center Officially Opens at Coolidge State Park
by Margo Marrone, Plymouth News

Flood Of 1927 Detailed In Coolidge Foundation Talk
by Dick Tracy, Special to the Standard

SPORTS
Spartan Race Headed To Killington

Woodstock’s Keegan Bradley Plays Well In Canadian Open
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

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

Nancy Shove
Mildred Whitney
Mary Fitzgerald
Carol McDonald


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

SummerGrass @ Suicide 6
Barnard Street Dance & Community Softball Game
Killington Wine Festival
Woodstock Swim Meet

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