This Week’s Headlines, July 8th, 2011

July 7, 2011

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Adam and Mary-Anne Boyce of West Windsor enjoy a ride on a bicycle built for two at Brownsville’s Fourth of July Parade on Monday, July 4. For more photos of the celebration, see pages 14C and 15C or check on the gallery here. Nancy Nutile-McMenemy Photo

For more information and photos the following headlines and much more, subscribe or purchase a copy of the Vermont Standard. Click here for a list newsstand locations. Full text articles will appear online on Thursday, July 28th, 2011


New Woodstock Police Chief Starts July 18th
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff – Read the full story

‘Jungle’ Land Deal Could Revive East End Plans
by Mary Lee Camp, Special to the Standard

Pentangle Director Steps Down – Read the full story

Quechee Man Held On New Charges In Murder
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Lifelong Dream Achieved By Quechee Firefighter
by Audrey Richardson, Special to the Standard

Reading Man Rescued After His ATV Crashed
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Hartland Man Dies At Quechee Gorge
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Working Through the Summer: Teens & Jobs (part 1)
by Laura Power, Special to the Standard

Business Matters: Spring Brook Farm Finds Gold And Silver
by Paul Bousquet

When Will The Spending Stop
by Bob Kelly, Woodstock: 60 years Ago

Woodstock ‘Accommodation Businesses’ Are Struggling
by Richard Schramm, Economic Development Commission

Explaining Bi, Tri, Quin, Semi, And Annua, In Case You Were Wondering
by Judith Howland, Hartland Town News

SUSTAINABLE WOODSTOCK: What If We Asked The Question ‘What if…?’
by Christopher Bartlett, Special to the Standard

Just Do One Thing… Recycle your old computers, printers and TV’s. From July 1, Vermont’s new law required all electronic waste to be recycled for free at convenient E-cycles collection centers. For Locations, see

The Story of the Great Pacifist And The 50 Caliber Machine Gun
by Chuck Gundersen, You Never Can Tell

Letter To The Editor: Mentoring Makes A Difference
Submitted by Sarah F. Cater, Windsor County Partners

The Arts In School: Sparking Creativity And Imagination
by Harriet Worrell, Art Darts

Editorial Points: Woodstock’s East End Real Hope and Progress
By Phil Camp, Publisher

A Book To Die For
by Margaret Edwards, Special to the Standard

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

Derek Cooper

Vera Gunn

Richard Groeneveld

Richard Bentley

Paul Fondakowski

Nancy Cyr & Walter Cyr, Jr.

Floyd Regan

Cathaleen Fitzgerald

Arthur Thompson

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

Fourth of July Town Parades & Events
– Coolidge (Plymouth)
– Hartland
– Killington
– Reading
– Woodstock
– West Windsor
– Billings Farm & Museum
– Quechee
– Barnard

John Langhans Green Mile Road Race


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