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This Week’s Headlines, June 6, 2013

June 5, 2013

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Jumping For Joy, The Store Is Back

Ely Stuart is so happy the Barnard General Store is open he took a dip into Silver Lake.
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- Fox Pups and Bobcat
- BGS Ribbon Cutting
- Covered Bridges Half Marathon
- Silver Lake Swimmers


WUMS teacher says award is his ‘hall of fame’
by Katy Savage, Standard Correspondent

Community center ‘really coming together’
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Correspondent

Reward offered for missing lion
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Nature Club finds rare plant in Hartland
by Katy Savage, Standard Corespondent

Church’s steeple restoration inspires a community
by Katy Savage, Standard Correspondent

Town of Woodstock could receive more FEMA money
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

Customers say goodbye to retiring Woodstock mailman Paul Eldredge
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

WUHS Senior Profiles:
Kendall’s story a little syrupy – Chris Kendall
Bridgewater grad fired up about future - Josh Putnam
by Katy Savage, Standard Correspondent

Ribbon-cutting marks official opening of Barnard General StorePhotos and Video
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Seventeen graduate from hospice volunteer program
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Plymouth Gravel Pit owners won’t appeal
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

A Vermont artist’s work celebrated at local galley
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

EC Fiber gets nod from voters in West Windsor
by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor

Spring Book Farm bring city kids and international awards to Reading
by Ron Miller, for Sustainable Woodstock

Editorial: Is Woodstock most snobby? You bet your assets, we are? –

Green Mountain Digital launches comprehensive outdoor app
by Paul Bousquet, Special to the Standard

A few shy river creatures take up residence at the farm pond
by Vivian Moore, Sharon News

‘Honey, there’s a bear on the deck again’
by Diana Brown, South Woodstock

The Plymouth Strawberry Festival is set for June 26
by Margo Marrone, Plymouth News

Growing an idea at the Woodstock Community Food Shelf
by Diana Brown, For Woodstock Community Food Shelf


WUHS girls tennis wins in quarters, loses in semis
by David Miles, Sports Correspondnet

Fantastic Four: Woodstock girls track wins state
by Katy Savage, Standard Correspondent

Annie Arthur scores 100th goal as Wasps advance; WUHS Lacrosse
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

OBITUARIESall obituaries
Carolyn Johnson
Edith Stevens
Jeffrey Martell
Leon Goad
Newall Wood
Robert Wilson
Suzanne Winton

PHOTO GALLERIESall photo galleries

Young Piano Virtuosos Marvel Local Crowds
Three local students entertained family and friends at the Pleasant Street Book Store with there amazing talent. One student just 9 years old, Charlie Umpleby performed several pieces including the Snoopy theme song and Für Elise, by Beethoven.

Covered Bridges Half Marathon
The 22 annual Covered Bridges Half Marathon was held on Sunday, June 2. The race starts in Pomfret at Suicide Six ski area travels through Woodstock and ends in Quechee. The race with over 2400 participants is know for its travels past many covered bridges.

Barnard General Store Ribbon Cutting
The official ribbon cutting for the Barnard General Store was attended by residents and guests as well as Governor Peter Shumlin.

Girls Lacrosse vs Burr and Burton
WUHS Girls Lacrosse, took on Burr and Burton finishing with a loss 17-5. The lady wasps season record is 6-10.

Trek to Taste
Trek to Taste, the annual hike on Mt. Tom that combines local trail with local food and activities was held this weekend.

Lucy Mackenzie Starry Night Fundraiser
The 9th annual fundraising auction and dinner for benefit Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society was held over the weekend.

WUHS Girls Tennis vs Harwood
The girls tennis team played in the division II state championship. The Wasps faced Harwood Union High School to advance to the semi-finals.

Hartland Church Steeple Restoration Party
The Hartland community gathered the the United Unilateralist Church to celebrate the restoration of the steeple.


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