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This Week’s Headlines, July 18, 2013

July 17, 2013

in News,This Weeks Headlines

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East Barnard Fun Day, an annual event put on by Broad Brook Volunteer Fire Association, featured a chicken barbecue, a parade and a tug of war, seen here. See more photos of the fun day on page 10A of the Standard or click here. Rick Russell Photo

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Man Attacked By Rabid Skunk In West Windsor Woods
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

When To Stop Diving Becomes Old Age Question
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Gratiot An ‘Incredibly Passionate Technical Person’
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Poison Parsnip Spreads In Region
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Short Of Funds, Killington Select Board won’t Fix Access Road
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent


Alsup Property Getting A Makeover: East End, Woodstock
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff
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Reading Contacts Masons About Falling Bricks
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Flood Relief Fund is Used Up, But Stories Still Sought
by Ron Miller, For Sustainable Woodstock

Route 4 Sign Doesn’t Seem To Reduce Speeding Much
by Laura Robinson, Bridgewater

Search For Lost Boy Successful in East Barnard
by Marjorie VanAlstyne, East Barnard News

Barnard Resident Roves She’s A ‘Class’ Act
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Largest Poetry Offering Ever At Bookstock
by Peter Rousmaniere, Special to the Standard

C-SPAN Founder Brian Lamb To Keynote Annual Coolidge Dinner

SPORTS

GMHA Trail Precervation Program Awarded Funding


Swim Team Is Strong At Home
by David Miles, Sports Correpsondent
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OBITUARIESall obituaries
Barbara Reed
Francis Turner
Jessica Johnson
Mary Merchant
Naomi Ebare

PHOTO GALLERIESall photo galleries

Vermont Mountain Bike Festival
Ice Cream Social and Band Concert
East Barnard Fun Day
Woodstock Swim Team Meet
Woodstock Summer Baseball

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Nancy Ferrero July 18, 2013 at 10:31 am

I have battled poison parsnip for 2 years now on my property. I believe my yellow lab has allergic reactions to walking through it on his paws which responds to prednisone. I try to pull it up long before it starts to flower. I seem to be immune to the plants fluids as I do not have the skin reactions. As the newstory indicated, cutting it will only let it branch out with more flowers. Internet research has recommended keeping property mowed. I wondered if they could grind up the sides of the roadways to try to control it.

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