This Week’s Headlines, October 4, 2012

October 3, 2012

in News,This Weeks Headlines


Nancy Nutile-McMenemy Photo
Vermont 50 Mountain Bike or Ultra-run, a benefit for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, was held Saturday. Pictured here is Jon Wilkinson, as he finishes the 50-mile race.
See more photos from the event.
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VIDEO: New this week
VT Woodworking Festival
Artist Feature: John Paulus Semple, Pomfret

‘Truth’ About Fable Farm: Crowd At Meeting Voices Support Of Barnard Business
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Weekend In Region Full Of Fun Autumn Festivities
Staff Report

USPS Cutting Hours To Local Offices
by Tony marquis, Standard Staff

Business Prepare For Irene’s ‘Second Wave’
by Tony Marquis, Standard Staff

Pomfret Artist Follows His Own Path
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Laughlin Reflects On VINS ‘ Beginning
by Virginia Dean, Special to the Standard

WUHS Football Team Wins The Battle Of The Unbeatens
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Bradley Shines In Ryder Cup Debut
by Tony Marquis, Standard Staff

Woodstock Runners Sweep In Rutland
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Lost Hiker Helped By Ipad
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Cemetery Tour Will Be Highlight of Third Annual Spooky Woodstock
by Cassie Horner, Special to the Standard

Michel Guité Closer To Creation Of Private Road
by Katy Savage, Special to the Standard

New York Man Arrested For Killington Ski Shop Burglary On Sunday Morning
by Eric Francis, District Court Report

Charles Egbert Retrospective Opens Friday At Norman Williams Library
by Nancy Davis, Woodstock Village

Editorial Point: Time To Better Promote Full Circle Trolly
by Phil Camp

Yoh Players To perform ‘Legend Of Sleepy Hollow’
by Harriet Worrell, Art Darts

Billings Farm Hosts Third Annual Woodstock Vermont Film

WISE Book Group Focuses On Demestic Violence

Community Invited To Tour East End Park Site On Oct. 9
by Ron Miller, Special to the Standard

Town Wide Trash And Recycling Urged In Quechee
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Click here to view all obituaries. In this week’s Standard
David Blackwell Sr.
Peter Novello
Rebecca L’Heureux
Robert Green
Ronald Striker
Ruth Lutz
William Husband
Winifred Altwater

Photo Galleries from events found in this week’s Vermont Standard.
Annual Chili Cook-off, Woodstock
Annual Prosper Chicken Supper
Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society “5K-9″ Race
Artist John Paulus Semple with Video.
Woodworking Show at Union Arena with Video
The Vermont 50, Bike Race and Ultra Marathon
Circus Smirkus at Albert Bridge School
Stone House, Roof Damages


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