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This Week’s Headlines, May 23, 2013

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Touching A Community One Hug At A Time
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Carol Withington, a teacher at Hartland Cooperative Nursery School for 31 years, hugs one of her students at a retirement party last Sunday. See the story on page 9A or click here
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TOP STORIES
Communities Mourn Route 4 Accident Victims:
Hartland’s Hutt Never Seen With A Smile, by Katy Savage
For Bridgewater’s Sawyer, Life Was A Dance, by Tony Marquis

Woodstock Hires Part-Timer To Fill Paramedic Opening
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

Quechee Man Sentenced For Conspiracy To Commit Murder
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Reading Selling Property Off Stone Chimney Road
by Katy Savage, Standard Correspondent

Reading School’s Use Of Goats Garners Green Award
by Katy Savage, Standard Correspondent

Petition To Reinstate Sheriff Services Submitted Again
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Summer School Goes Online At WUHS
by Katy Savage, Standard Correspondent

Inspiring A Community: Hartland Educator Retires After 31 Years
by Katy Savage, Standard Correspondent

A Vermont Civil War Anthology, 22 Years In The Making
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Award-Winning Trolley Back For 2013

Editorial: There is a Route 4 problem, and the community can solve it - Respond Here

Raising the roof and complete house on Bowman Road in Barnard
by Choloe Powell, Barnard News

At last cell phone service in Pomfret
by Chuck Gundersen, Pomfret News

Award Winning Trolly is Back for 2013

The Woodstock Garden Club Celebrates 60 Years

Strong Performance Gives Emotion To ‘Porgy and Bess’ - photo gallery

West Windsor to vote on fiber optics on May 30
by Ton Kenyon, West Windsor

SPORTS
Woodstock Track Makes Most Of State Meet Primer
by Sebastion C. Lury, Standard Correspondent

OBITUARIESall obituaries
Allegra Herbert
Claudette Clogston
Jerold Paglia
Norma Sawyer
Walter Hutchins

PHOTO GALLERIESall photo galleries
History Fair – Woodstock Elementary School
Hartland Touch-A-Truck
WUHS Tennis
VA Honors Student To Serve In Military
Union Arena Open
Jazz in Woodstock, Pentangle
Sabrina Brown and Fred Haas, ArtisTree
Woodstock Garden Club Planting
Vehicle Day at ABS
VINS at Hartland Spring Fling

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