This Week’s Headlines, June 7, 2012

June 6, 2012

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Covered The Distance
Rick Russell Photo
The 21st Annual Covered Bridges Half Marathon was held last Sunday. One Thousand eight hundred twenty-three runners gathered at Suicide Six in South Pomfret to run 13.1 miles and finish at the Polo Fields in Quechee. Runners Chase Eldredge #709, finished 5th, Rich Smith #5 finished 1st, and Bernat Olle #1830 finished 3rd, emerge from the Middle Bridge in Woodstock. For the complete race results as well as a video of the race – click here.

For more photos of the event or more CBHM photos online.

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Covered Bridges Half Marathon
Teacher of The Years – WUHS (Dancing Presentation!)

Two Burglaries Reported In Town Of Barnard
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Republican Dick Tracy Eyes State Senate Seat
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Agreement Reached On Barnard General Store Sale
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

House Race About To Take Off; Familiar Faces Involved
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Two Set of Triplets Look To The Future
Annie, Molly and Jennifer Koch – Senior Profile
Hannah, Alexa and Caroline Krawczyk
By Lauren Mayer, Special to the Standard

House Race About To Take Off; Familiar Faces Involved
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Erin Danner Honored As WUHMS Teacher Of The Year
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

FEMA Will Pay Most Of Bridge Repari Cost
by Michelle Fields, Special to the Standard

Business Matters: Mollies Mercantile Opens Saturday At One, The Green
Mike’s Store In Hartland Named ‘Healthy Retailer Of The Month’
Dr. Lynn Murrell Officially Retired From Kedron Valley Vet Clinic

by Paul Bousquet, Special to the Standard

Helicopter To Remove Quad Chairlift Towers On Friday
by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor News

White Pine Blight Hitting Hard Again This Year
by Judith Howland, Hartland News

Local Potters Donate Works Of Beauty To History In Bloom
by Cassie Horner, Special to the Standard

Bookstock Gears Up For Fourth Year
by Peter Rousmaniere, Special to the Standard

Senators Push For Improved passenger Train Service Service To Montreal

SPORTSSports Photos this week
Track Championships Delayed by Rain; Girls Lead, Boys Close Behind
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Click here to view all obituaries.In this week’s Standard
Beatrice Gibbs
John Lahey Jr
John Lord
Marilyn Geno
Owen Coughlin
Paul Barrett

Photo Galleries from events found in this week’s Vermont Standard.
Annette Compton Memorial Art Exhibit
Honeybee Narrative and Barnard Academy
Trek to Taste
Covered Bridges Half Marathon
Medieval Celebration at UV Waldorf School
This Week’s Spring Sports, June 7


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