This Week’s Headlines, July 19, 2012

July 18, 2012

in News,This Weeks Headlines



Jeff Bell of the Aging In Hartland group shows some muscle atop a float at Hartland Old Home Day’s July 4 parade. Click here for a video and more photos
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MoonRise Farms, 10th Anniversary – Fundraiser Event – Taftsville

TOP STORIES…

Burglaries Continue In Area, Store Owners Concerned
Staff Report

Quechee Developer Gets Site Approval
by George Calver, Special to the Standard

Waste District Hopes To Build Sustainable Park
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Farmers Struggle With Milk Prices
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Rebuilt Bowers Bridge Back On Beams
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Killington Grapples With Golf Course Debt
by George Calver, Special to the Standard

Girl Scouts Want Town To Take Ownership Of Cabin
by Tony Marquis, Standard Staff

Brownsville Woman Charges In Crash
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Town Raises Tax Rate; Bridge Projects Could Begin Soon
by Michelle Fields, Special to the Standard

Police Tell Residents To Watch Out For Scams

Stretch of Route 100 In Killinton Mentioned In Times

Bradley To Host Charity Tournament In Woodstock
by Tony Marquis, Standard Staff

Special Event On Climate Change At Library
“Call the Children! The Mother is Dying” Anne Macksoud, Quincy Saul and Michael Zsoldos will lead a discussion of climate change, capitalism, ecosocialism and community at Woodstock’s Norman Williams Library on Tuesday, Aug 7th at 7:00pm.

Killington’s Poirier Finished Runner-Up At State Amateur
by David Miles, Standard Correspondent

Figuring Out A Healthful Meal Is Easier Than Doing Your Taxes
by Mary Saucier Choate, M.S., R.D., L.D.

Model T Fords To Visit Vemront Historic Sites

Events For Festival On Silver Lake Weekend Are Announced
by Chloe Power, Barnard News

OBITUARIES
Click here to view all obituaries.In this week’s Standard
Catherine Aiken
Dorothy Olmstead
Harry Maynard
James Geer
Margaret Hamilton
Michael Mitchell
William White

PHOTO GALLERIES
Photo Galleries from events found in this week’s Vermont Standard.
Killington Amateur Golf Tournament
Bowers Bridge West Windsor – Placement
Brown Bag Concert with Sayon Camara and the Landaya Ensemble
East Barnard Fun Day
CTWK Visit Costa Rica
GMHA – Hunters & Jumpers Events
MoonRise Farm, Taftsviile
Ice Cream Social at History Center
Hip Hop Dance @ Purple Crayon
Plymouth 4th – Calvin Coolidge Ceremony
Killington 4th of July

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