This Week’s Headlines, August 1, 2013

July 31, 2013

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Off To A Flying Start

Reading Teen’s Card-Making Business Is Booming
Katy Savage Photo
Louisa Oney, 14, looks at her pet goose while sitting in the backyard of her family’s home in Reading. Louisa has set up a profitable card-making business out of her home.

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VIDEOall video
Dog Power: Boomer and Automatic Ball Thrower – Hugh Belton of South Woodstock, Vermont, has a very active dog. In order to work and keep the dog active and happy. Hugh created a machine that the dog could turn on and reload a tennis ball, keeping Boomer happy for hours. Watch it in action.

NH Man Arraigned for Fatal Bridgewater Accident
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Hartland Man Found Guilty Of Goat Killing
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Windsor Sculptor Nowlan Dies At 48
by Tony Marquis, Standard Staff

Ruling Could Open Up Sale Of W. Windsor Resort
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Business Owners Say Woodstock Woman Pretended To Have Cancer For Money
by Eric Francis, District Court Report

Ex-Motel Bookkeeper Accused of Embezzlement
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

U.S. Border Patrol Takes Three Into Custody
Staff Report

Race’s Unannounced Fireworks Rile Some Area Residents
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

Lost Ascutney Woman Located And Now Safe
by Lynn Esty, Weathersfield News

A Wing And A Prayer: Are Aerial Insectivores In Trouble?
by Steve Faccio, For the Outside Story

Emerald Ash Borers Have Arrived In Broad Brook
by Sara Tuthill, Broad Brook

Plans For Taftsville Bridge Opening Event Are Announced
by Charlie Wilson, Taftsville

Mt. Ascutney Hospital And Health Center Officials Discuss OHC
by Paul Bousquet, Business Matters

Local Student Olivia Dedell Receives National Honor

West Windsor Inn Featured On ‘Hotel Hell’ Faces Tax Sale
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent


WUHS’ Gault and Doton Ready For Shrine Game
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent
The annual football game Vermont vs New Hampshire bring some of the best high school graduates from different schools together in this match up. The game and parade is Saturday in Hanover.
Rick Russell Photos

Woodstock Swim Team Places Fourth In Districts
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

OBITUARIESall obituaries
Galen Mudgett
J. Peter Gratiot
Peter Rheuby
Rita Harding
Ronald Aronson
W. Bruce Dudley

PHOTO GALLERIESall photo galleries
VADA Antique Show
Bookstock, Literary Festival
Pentangle’s Brown Bag Concerts on the Green
GMHA Chefs’ Night
The Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl Game, Practice
British Soccer Camp, Woodstock Rec


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