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This Week’s Headlines, August 18, 2011

August 17, 2011

in News,This Weeks Headlines

From Mini Golf to PGA Champion

From Mini Golf to PGA Champion

Photo Provided By Randy Mayhew Patrick Giller, Keegan Bradley and Ben Miller pose before their Prom.


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, September 8th, 2011

MORE HEADLINES…

Keegan Bradley’s Woodstock Beginnings
by Kim Jackson, Special to the Standard

Man Accused of Theft At GMHA
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Stewart Barr: ‘Strongest Man We Ever Knew’
by Audrey Richardson, Special to the Standard

Bridge 106 Closure Decision Now in State’s Hands
Staff Report

Sustainable Woodstock
When Once is Not Enough: A Look at Recycling In Woodstock
by Christopher Bartlett, Special to the Standard

Do Just One Thing… the average person throws away 4.4 pounds of solid waste a day or almost a ton of trash a year. Reduce your landfill contribution by recycling all the paper, glass, plastic and metal you can.

Lucy Mac Expands Facility With Help From Prisoners
by Judith Howland, Special to the Standard

The Decameron Of Chuck: The First Tale
You Never Can Tell, by Chuck Gundersen

Reading’s Yannick Murphy’s Book Gets Four Stars In ‘People’ Magazine
by Risa Mornis, Reading News

Taftsville Stare Proposal Leads To Woodstock Wedding Finale
by Charlie Wilson, Taftsville News

$2 Million Snowmaking Pond Could Be The Striking Point In Ascutney Ski Area Deal
by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor News

EDITORIAL POINTS: ‘It Takes A Village’
by Gwen Stanley, Editor

BACK TO SCHOOL PAGES – Part 1 of 2 (Bus Schedules)

HISTORY
‘Giants Of The Hill’ – Part 2 of 2
Washburn, Pierce Exemplify Civil War Scrifice
by Laura Power, Special to the Standard

BUSINESS MATTERS: by Paul Bousquet
Woodstock Based MISys Awarded Highest Recognition
Carpet Mill Now Authorized Retailer of HGTV Home Flooring by Shaw
Woodstock Granola Isn’t Just for Breakfast Anymore

SPORTS
Men’s B Tennis Team Repeats As Champions
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Keegan Bradley Wins PGA And Touches Us All
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

WUHS Sports Schedule – click here All Sports Events Highlighted in RED.

ENTERTAINMENT

Check Out Our Calendar Listings For Events Throughout The Week and Into the Coming Months

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

Catherine Holt
Stewart Barr
Ralph Howe
Nicholas Newcity


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

Sharon Old Home Days
Taste of Woodstock
Fable Farm Community Supported Agriculture
Spartan “Beast” Race – Killington Resort
WUHS First Football Practice

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{ 1 comment }

Stephen Forte August 25, 2011 at 10:23 am

Attn Tom Kenyon, I recently read a headline regarding a snowmaking pond at the Ascutney resort and a possible opening of the resort. I own a condominium at the resort and any positive information regarding the resort opening would be great. If you could let me know where to find this article or have any knowledge regarding the ski area please let me know. It would be great to be sliding back at our hometown mtn this season!

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