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This Week’s Headlines, March 7, 2013

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Barnard resident Alan Rousseau stands to speak at Barnard Town Meeting Tuesday. Rousseau addressed concerns about an article on the warning asking if the town will spend $15,000 on a feasibility study on construction of a new emergency services and volunteer fire department building. The article passed. For a story on Barnard’s Town Meeting, see Page 3A.Photo Gallery of Town Meetings


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TOP STORIES
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Tony Marquis, Standard Staff

Woodstock Voted Down Economic Development Coordinator
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Gun Control Measure Squeezes By In Hartland
by Katy Savage, Standard Correspondent

Special Olympian Joey Lawlor And The Thrill Of Competition
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

WUHS/MS Budget Okay’d By Voters
Staff Report

Woodstock Residents Vote Up Projector, WES Budget
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

Municipal Officers Reappointed, Town Takes LED Streetlight Plunge
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Sustainable Woodstock Seeks Volunteers For Expanding Projects
by Ron Miller, Sustainable Woodstock

Beverage Tax Takes Unusual Route to Committee
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Alarm App Developer’s Inspiration Awoken While At WUHS
by Katy Savage, Standard Correspondent

Barndard ‘Man Auction’ To Return on April 27
by Chloe Powell, Barnard News

Town and School Budget Pass In West Windsor
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Quechee Municipal Building And Ice Rink Bonds Pass
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Barnard Voters Approve Town Budget, Tax Hike
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Food Shelf Launches Blog
by Cassie Horner, For Woodstock Food Shelf

SPORTS
Local Coaches Face Off Against Boston Bruin Greats – photo gallery
by George Calver, Sports Correspondent

Alpine Girls Team Finishes Second At States
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Titles In Hand, Nordic Team Looking For More
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

ArtisTree Community Arts Center Plans To Relocate To Pomfret

OBITUARIESall obituaries
C. Everett Koop
Wilma Niven
Ardis Ward
Carol Moses
Dr. Astrid Liland
Gary Cushman
Gladys Morrill
Glenora Bean
June Wight
Louise Arnebold
Walter Parmenter

PHOTO GALLERIESall photo galleries
Town Meeting Photos
Bruins Alumni Game at Union Arena
Chipper Takes On Maple Syrup
Girls U12 Hockey Champs, Banner Raising
WUHS Boys Hockey vs St. J, playoffs
Singleton’s Market Now Open In Quechee

This Week’s Headlines, March 7, 2013 Reviewed by on . All Fired Up Barnard resident Alan Rousseau stands to speak at Barnard Town Meeting Tuesday. Rousseau addressed concerns about an article on the warning asking All Fired Up Barnard resident Alan Rousseau stands to speak at Barnard Town Meeting Tuesday. Rousseau addressed concerns about an article on the warning asking Rating:

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