This Week’s Headlines, April 26, 2012

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Arnie Howe Was A True Educator & VolunteerRead Brief
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Local Postal Processing Center May Stay Open – Read Brief
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Woodstock’s Chief of Police Is Settling In To Small-Town Patrolling
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Irene’s Local Effects Documented In Herald Book

It’s Tulip Time At Mertens House, Come Take A Peek
by Mertens House News

Editorial Points: Remembering Arnie Howe • Schools and Parental Partnerships • Return of the Website Poll
by Phil Camp, Publisher

ECFiber Investment Campaign Raises Over $1 Million
by David Brown, Woodstock’s Delegate To The ECFiber Governing Board

Town Plan Meeting Draws More Than Fifty Plymouth Citizens
by Margo Marrone, Plymouth News

Spectrum Drive, Empty Bowls Bring Needed Help For Food Shelf
by Cassie Horner, Special to the Standard

Are Smart Meters The Wise Choice Sustainable Woodstock
by Norwood Long, Special to the Standard

Growing Barnard Program Connects Local Food To The Classroom
by Aurora Coon, Upper Valley Farm to School Network

Davis Richardson Remembered As Multitalented, Educator
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Large Sophomore Contingent to Propel WUHS Boys’ Tennis
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Click here to view all obituaries.In this week’s Standard
Arnie Howe
Earl Coombs
Jennifer Connelly
John Ferris
Leon Thurston
Mary Jane Lee
Richard Dumont

Photo Galleries from events found in this week’s Vermont Standard.
DIY With iWoW - Car Care Clinic
Earth Day Walk, Hartland
Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society, Italian Supper
Albert Bridge School, Red Clover Books
WUHS Sports This Week
Reconstruction on Route 4
Quechee Kayaking


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