This Week’s Headlines, Aug 16, 2012

August 15, 2012

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Welch In Woodstock

Rick Russell Photo
Representative Peter Welch reaches out to greet visitors in front of Gillingham’s and Sons Store on Elm Street in Woodstock Saturday, as part of the town’s Taste Of Woodstock event. Welch joined with F.H. Gillingham’s, the Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company and Vermont Technical College and the Vermont Dairy Foundation in presenting a new scholarship aimed at helping to revitalize the state’s small farms. For more photos, Click Here or Video or see page 1D of the print edition.

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Video – Taste of Woodstock, 2012

SCHOOL DAYS - WCSU Bus Routes For School Year 2012-2013

Trustees Hear From Snow Dump Site Engineer
by Michelle Fields, Special to the Standard

Killington’s Rome Suggests Free In-Town Tuition Program
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Town Wants Governor To Support ECFiber
by Michelle Fields, Special to the Standard

Food Banks Keep Shelves Stocked As Demand Rises
by Katy Savage, Special to the Standard

In Barnard, A Trade Forged From The Past
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Rate Decrease For GMP Promted By Recent Merger
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

E.coli Up In State Waters
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

West Windsor Property Owners Consider Coaching Lane Tax District
by George Calver, Special to the Standard

West Windsor Sewer Negotiations On Hold
by George Calver, Special to the Standard

Click here to view all obituaries. In this week’s Standard
Franklin Coleman
Merrill Plimpton Sr
Sharon Singleton
Thomas Levesque

Photo Galleries from events found in this week’s Vermont Standard.
Taste of Woodstock, 2012
Barnard Day & Street Dance, 2012
Blacksmith, Greg Clasby
Climate Change Discussion at NWPL


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