This Week’s Headlines, June 28th, 2012

June 27, 2012

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Flying Leap

Nick Herschel takes an upside-down jump off a rope swing into the Outtauquechee River in Taftsville Friday afternoon. Herschel and some friends went to the river to cool off on what was the beginning of a hot weekend. For more photos of this summer fun go to the Photo Gallery online. Rick Russell Photos

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Hartland Jazz Festival
Long Trail Century Ride


Foundation To Sell Health Care Center Building
by Tony Marquis, Standard Staff

Music Meals and More To Celebrate The 4th
by Phoebe Discoll, Special to the Standard

New Hope For Barnard General Store
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Village Residents, Inn Talk Noise Levels
by Michelle Fields, Special to the Standard

S. Woodstock Thefts May Be Drug-Related, Police Say
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

In Quechee, ‘Black Widow’ Charges With Felony Theft
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

VSO And Pentangle Bring Upper Valley Concert To Suicide Six

Man Reported To Be Streaking On Central Street
From Chief Robbie Blish, Woodstock Police Log

Hartland Farmer’s Market Is Every Friday At the Public Library
by Judith Howland, Hartland News

Water And Electricity Back On At Barnard General Store
by Chloe Powell, Barnard News

Co-Chairs Take Over At Sustainable Woodstock
by Barabra Barry and Jill Davies, Special to the Standard

‘Goodbye’ To Retiring WCSU Teachers And Staff
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Group To Continue With Community Park Plans
Staff Report

East Barnard Fun Day Planned For July 15
by Marjorie Van Alstyne, East Barnard

Acclaimed Filmmaker Ken Burns To Speak At Hopkins Center

Reading Old Home Day Is This Sunday, July 1
by Risa Mornis, Reading News

The Plymouth Strawberry Festival Draws 405 Diners On A Hot Day
by Margo Marrone, Plymouth News

Woodstock Club Teams Fare Well In National Curling Championship
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

The ‘Master’ Swimmers Of The Upper Valley Aquatic Center
by George Calver, Special to the Standard

Click here to view all obituaries.In this week’s Standard
Brendan O’Hearne
Christopher Jackson
Evelyn Bullard
Harriet Dubin
Joan Neil
Jody Pardoe
Linda Tomah
Willard Hale

Photo Galleries from events found in this week’s Vermont Standard.
Long Trail Century Ride
National Curling Championships @ Union Arena
Hartland Jazz Festival
Summer In Taftsville
Barnard General Store Clean-Up

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