This Week’s Headlines, December 13, 2012

December 12, 2012

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The Little Equine That Could


Linda Glock, right and sister-in-law Meg Hendrick walk Legionnaire’s King Tut, a miniature horse, who lives at Cob Web Farm in South Woodstock, in the Wassail parade Saturday. King Tut — dressed as a unicorn — is a full-grown, 3-year-old horse. He’s 30 inches tall and 170 pounds. See more Wassail photos HERE or watch the VIDEO
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VIDEO: New this week -
Small Talk – “What is your favorite part of Wassail Weekend?”
Wassail Weekend Events – Wassail Tea, Wassail Parade, Yoh Theatre production, Messiah Sing

TOP STORIES
Lieberman Leaves Behind Legacy As Artists’ Ally
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Brownsville Burglar Sentenced
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Noise Ordinance Changes Proposed
by Michelle Fields, Special to the Standard

The Evolution Of A Woodworking Artist
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Campaign Falls Short ECFiber Keeps Funds; Group Still Looking For Hub Site
by Virginia Dean, Special to the Standard

Residents Irked At Meeting Time Not Being Released
by Katy Savage, Special to the Standard

Once More Around The Green: A Successful Wassail Weekend
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Local Food Shelf Blocked From Collecting At This Year’s Wassail
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

To Improve Accessibility Renovations Could Be Coming At Court House
by Michelle Fields, Special to the Standard

Alsup Lots Get Okay For Demolition
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Former Employee Arrested For Jiffy Mart Burglary
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Quechee Man Admits Role In Interstate Fatality
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Historic Society Director Leaves To Focus On Judgeship
by Virginia Dean, Special to the Standard

SPORTS
Woodstock Is Surfboard-Building Brothers’ Native Turf
by Virginia Dean, Special to the Standard

Bucking Tradition, Boys Hockey Opens With Big WinPhoto Gallery
By David Miles, Sports Correspondent

OBITUARIES
Click here to view all obituaries. In this week’s Standard
Dariel Morris
Ellison Lieberman
Robert Duprey

PHOTO GALLERIES
Photo Galleries from events found in this week’s Vermont Standard.
Reading Christmas Fair
WUHS Football Banquet
The Polar Express Train
Wassail Parades and Events
Vandeville At The Yoh Theatre
Barnard Silver Lake Tree Lighting and Song
WUHS Nordic Ski Team Pre-Season Training
WUHS Boys Hockey Game Opener
Hugh Belton, Local Woodworker

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