This Week’s Headlines, December 29th, 2011

December 28, 2011

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Jammie Jammin’

Students at the Pomfret Elementary School celebrates with a Christmas concert before school let out for the break. Dressed in warm pajamas, the children sang traditional carols and a few new songs. For more photo click here.

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, January 12th 2011

TOP STORIES…

Flood Relief Fund Gives Out Over $300,000
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Hartland Burglary Suspect Nabbed
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Heroin A Growing Concern In Region
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

State Will Add $6.1 Million To LIHEAP Funds

The While We Were Sleeping… First Citizen’s Awards 2011
by Kurt Staudter, While We Were Sleeping

Editorial Points: Telling It As It Really Is
by Phil Camp, Publisher

Scientist Find Hope For Brown Bats
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Selectboard To Appeal FEMA Denial For Road Repairs Work
by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor

A Heartfelt Thank You To Flood Relief Donors And Volunteers
by Denise Lyons, Sustainable Woodstock

Poaching Slows After Recent Incidences
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondence

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

Elsie Johnston
Arnold Sailer

Photo Galleries from event found in this week’s Vermont Standard.
Suicide Six Opens For The Season
Christmas Eve at Bethany Mennonite Church
Ian Holt Memorial Hockey Tournament
Thompson Center Trip to New York City – Rockettes
Handel with Candles
Albert Bridge School Christmas

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