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This Week’s Headlines, January 17, 2013

January 16, 2013

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Hehehehehe Wipe Out!

The New England Masters Skiing brought its racing series to Suicide Six on Sunday. Here, the race’s forerunner almost wipes out. See more photos HERE.

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WUHS/MS Staff ‘Heartbroken’ By Proposed Cuts
by Tony Marquis, Standard Staff

Even With ‘Startling’ Tax Hike, It’s Still Business As Usual
by Virginia Dean, Special to the Standard

Select Board Approves Woodstock Police Contract
by Michelle Fields, Special to the Standard

In Newtown’s Wake, Schools Reevaluate Security Systems
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Town Meeting Ballot Could Include Assault Rifle Issue
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

West Windsor’s After-school Program Likely To Be Axed
by George Calver, Special to the Standard

New Store Managers Chosen For Barnard General Store
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

In The Cold Of Winter, Firefighters Battle More Than Blazed
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Quechee Man Enters Plea For Drugged Driving
by Eric Francis, District Court Report

Quechee Seeks To Add Fourth Water Tank For Fire Flow
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Woodstock, Pomfret Fire Depts. Donate Used Gear
by Bob Coates, Special to the Standard

Local Educator Completes In World Championship Triathalon
by Anne Richter Arnold, Special to the Standard

Despite Poor Weather, Bunny Bertram Memorial Masters Race A SuccessPhoto Gallery

Amateur Actors Plunge Into The Bitter Cold Of ‘Almost Maine’
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Comedian Pinette Is Still Hungry, After All These Years
by Virginia Dean, Special to the Standard

Confessions Of A Snowshoe Enthusiast
by Chuck Gundersen, Pomfret News

Plymouth Correspondent Is Back On The Job
by Margo Marrone, Plymouth News

Taftsville Post Office Meeting Is Tuesday At 4
by Charlie Wilson, Taftsville News

$40,000 In Grant Money Available For Shooting Ranges

Annual Barnard Poker Ride Set For January 27
by Choloe Powell, Barnard News

New Sustanable Woodstock Film Series Debuts Next Week
by Ron Miller, For Sustanable Woodstock

Quick Start Propels Woodstock Boys Hoops To Division Win
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Nordic Team Gets Off To Good Start At Classic Race
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Wendy Wannop Build Legacy From Ground Up
by David Miles, Special to the Standard

Check the sports schedule and scores so far this season…

Click here to view all obituaries. In this week’s Standard
Betty Merrill
Cyril Hodgeman Jr.
Linda Delnegro
Merna Sprague
Terry Copley
Viola Watson

Photo Galleries from events found in this week’s Vermont Standard.
Monday night WUHS hosted Bellows Falls Basketball
Winter Wild at Suicide Six
Emerging Artist Showcase
Curling at Union Arena
Bunny Bertram Ski Race
Mt. Tom Sledding


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