This Week’s Headlines, August 25, 2011

August 24, 2011

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Woodstock Union High School Football Practice, Tim Gould Photo

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Killington’s Town Manager Ramsay Leaving Her Post
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Woodstock Weighs In On Truck Issue
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

South Pomfret Man Charged With Lewd Conduct
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Georgina Williamson Wins The Annual Woodstock Garden Club Streetscape Award
by Peggy Fraser, Special To The Standard

Town of Barnard Gets Connected With Fiber
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Sustainable Woodstock: No Idle Promise: A Plan To Eliminate Our Zero MPG Waste
by Christopher Bartlett, Special to the Standard

Do Just One Thing… Just 10 seconds of idling uses more gas than restarting the engine. And idling causes more engine damage than stopping and restarting. So unless you are in traffic, turn off your engine whenever you stop. You’ll save money, our community’s health and the environment.

Vermont’s Loss Is New Hampshire’s Gain
(Vermont Yankee Closing the the Vermont Economy)
To The Editor: by Fred Riechl, Quechee

Chirping Crickets Mean School Bells Will Soon Ring
by Diana Brown, South Woodstock News

FairPoint Makes $3,000 Donation To FoodBank To Provide 18,000 Meals

Broad Brook Preemies’ Are Doing Very Well At DHMC
by Sara Tuthill, Broad Brook News

Adventures In Travel, Or Why You Should Consider Staying Home
by Charllie WilsonTaftsville News

Violent Storm Nearly Blows Away Coon Club Tent At Cornish Fair

by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor News


BUSINESS MATTERS: by Paul Bousquet
Locals Invent Hygienic Airline Tray Table Covers
Yankee Bookshop Hosting Famed Biographer

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

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

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

Judith Moye
Peter Vincent
Olive Brothers
Luther Kent
John Howard
John Hibbert
Edward Bennett
Barbara Chase

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

Naked Table Project
Spartan “Beast” Race – Killington Resort
Art Bus @ Red Clover
Prydein @ Last Brown Bag Concert on the Green
Bridgewater’s 250th


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