This Week’s Headlines: November 23, 2011

November 22, 2011

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Third Graders Study Abenaki Life

Last Thursday, the third grade at Woodstock Elementary School built a wigwam in front of the school as a part of their study of the Abenaki tribe. In addition to building the wigwam, students made a beef stew and cornbread for lunch, beaded wampum, played lacrosse and shared Native food for a snack. The students from left to right: Gavin Huppe, Ava Fitts, Riley Chynoweth, Ana Britton, Allison Bradley, Lilianna Sorrentino. Jill Kurash Photo

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TOP STORIES…

Two More Men Named In Local Burglary Rash
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Clean Up At East End In Full Swing
by Audrey Richardson, Special To The Standard

Pursuit Ends In Suicide In Town Of Bridgewater
Staff Report

Quechee Weighs Benefits Of Temporary Bridge
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Man Accused Of Burning Girlfriend’s Furniture
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Woodstock Union Middle School 1st Quarter Honor Roll
Grades 7 & 8

AmeriCorp Volunteer In Hartland To Help With Irene Cleanup
by Judith Howland, Hartland News

Wassail Weekend Schedule Is Announced
by Nancy Davis, Woodstock Village

Editorial Points: Help Is Available
by Gwen Stanley, Editor

Are All of Vermont’s Deer Losing Their Antlers?
by Chuck Wooster, For The Outside Story

Business Matters: VBA Announces Extended Hours During Holiday Season
by Paul Bousquet
Rotary Club Kicks Off Christmas Tree Sale Friday
Who Is Sylvia? Has New Owner
Home Hill Country Inn Adopts More Casual Dining Experience
Distilling Operations Proceed At Vermont Spirits In Quechee
Dwight Camp Recognized By Boy Scouts Of America
Annual Holiday Bazaar At Thompson Center
King’s Daughters Continue Holiday Tradition

WUHS Honors Student-Athletes And Coaches
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

WUHS Alumni Games Upcoming

Albert Bridge School Students College $330 In Change For West Windsor Irene Relief
by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor


VSO Matinee Series Returns

Letter To The Editor: Flood Fund Has Given $227,420 In Phase 2
from The Woodstock Area Flood Relief Fund

Christmas Revels: A Colorful Trip Through Time at The HOP

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

Robert White
Patricia Dolloff
Owen VanHise, Jr.
Margaret Gerety
John Allen
Charles Orr

Photo Galleries from event found in this week’s Vermont Standard.

Woodstock Farmers Market Re-Opens
George Shallow Photo Collection
Woodstock Community Food Shelf
Reception for Sunni Faas, New Director of Pentangle
Union Arena Learn To Skate

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