This Week’s Headlines, March 29, 2012

March 28, 2012

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Sweet Balancing Act!

Rick Russell Photo
Kelsey Harrington of Elm Grove Farm in Barnard demonstrates carrying sap buckets with a yoke handed to her by her grandfather, Fred Doton, as part of last weekend’s Maple Open House Weekend across the state. For more photos of the weekend see Page 1C and click here.

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Plea of ‘Not Guilty’ In Fatal Crash Case
New details were revealed this week in paperwork filed at the courthouse in WRJ surrounding the deatht of Dr. Hasse Halley, the pedestrian… read more in the paper Thursday or click here
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Petition Asks For Change of Government In Killington
Staff Report

Guilty Plea In Chateauguay Murder
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Simon Pearce To Reopen Glassblowing In May
By Paul Bousquet, Special To The Standard

Woodstock Woman Granted Garden Award

Sustainable Woodstock: Community Garden Revival: The Joy of Smelling Like Dirt
by Christopher Bartlette, Special to the Standard

Mandatory Recycling: Good For Vermont
by Deb Markowitz, Secretary, Agency of Natural Resources

Why I Support Immunizations
by Harry Chen, MD, Commissioner of Health

Sugaring Season Ends With Crop Way Down From Previous Year
by Vivian Moore, Sharon News

Annual Bridgewater Raft Race Is Set For April 28
by Laura Robinson, Bridgewater

Robberies Leave Plymouth Residents On Alert
by Margo Marrone, Plymouth News

State Drama Festival Brings Diverse Theatre Talent To Forefront
by Harriet Worrell, Art Darts

Pomfret School Observatory Is Busy This Time of Year
by Kealan Heston and Chuck Gundersen, Pomfret News

Baseball Team Looks To Build on Strong Pitching Staff
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Vermont State Transportation Bill Will Bring Local Effects
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Photo Galleries from events found in this week’s Vermont Standard.
Construction at Simon Pearce
Charlotte’s Web at HES
Maple Weekend in VT
Woodstock’s Village Meeting
Cabin Fever Follies – Rehearsal

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In this week’s Standard
Verna Porter
Oliver Thurston
Jean Schmell

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