This Week’s Headlines, September 27, 2012

September 26, 2012

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Jeremy Benoit pushes William Rios during the Spartan Beast Race in Killington last Saturday. The race is a 12-mile course, which includes obstacles like mud, water, walls, fire and barbed wire.
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WUHS Boys Soccer vs Fair Haven
Revolutionary War Encampment at Woodstock History Center and Photo Gallery

TOP STORIES
New Market Opening In The East End
by Virginia Dean, Special to the Standard

Study: No Added Nutrition Found In Organic Food
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Snowdance, Town Strikes Sewer Deal
by Tony Marquis, Standard Staff

Selectboard: Quechee Condos ‘A Problem’ For Grand List
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Little Theater Reopens, And The Sweet Scene Returns
by Virginia Dean, Special to the Standard

Community Remembers Ruth Orcutt, Grand Dame of GMHA
by Gareth Henderson and Christine Orcutt Henderson

Lt. Governor Phil Scott Announces Statewide Bike Tour

Sustainable Woodstock: A Strong Local Economy Benefits The Community
by Ron Miller, Special to the Standard

The Events That Led To The Civil War’s Bloodiest Battle
by Alexander Geschardt, Historically Speaking

WUHS Could Expand Virtual Classes
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Some Clerks Frustrated With Condos’ Election Results Site
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

New CEO At Simon Pearce Sees Strong Growth Potential
by Paul Bousquet, Business Matters

SPORTS
Girls Soccer Picks Up Two Wins

Another Game, Another Blowout For Wasps
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Cross Country Teams Sweep Three Races
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Boys Soccer Team Riding Unbeaten Streak
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

OBITUARIES
Click here to view all obituaries. In this week’s Standard
George Elliott
Marie Thurston
Peter DuPrey
Robert Picken
Virginia Jackson

PHOTO GALLERIES
Photo Galleries from events found in this week’s Vermont Standard.
WUHS Boys Soccer vs Fair Haven
Quechee Bridge Progress
Pirates of Penzance, Performance
Spartan Race at Killington Resort
Street Hockey at Union Arena
WUHS Football vs Winooski
Contra Dance Back at Little Theater
Revolutionary War Encampment, Woodstock History Center

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Donal E. Lewis September 30, 2012 at 8:24 pm

Organic is better than food grown by chemials. I had an Organic Dairy Farm in Woodsock won the 1958 New England in Winter Green Pastures Contest over several hundred chmical farmers. Please read my book. It is in the Woodstock Book Stores. All Organic has lived. It breaks down for the next life cycles. Chemicals do not break down and poison the soil. They just stimulate the plants. Soil is the Life Blood of the Earth and all Food comes from the soil. No one can Question.

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