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This Week’s Headlines, September 19, 2013

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Ambitious Girl, ‘Lazy Cow’
WUHS Student’s Ice Cream Trailer Is Churning A Profit
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Woodstock resident Ashley Sigl fills up a cup for a customer inside her own ice cream trailer. Sigl started the business, called The Lazy Cow, in June. – story by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent


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School Tax Hikes Baffle Residents
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

New Hampshire Native To Take Helm At Woodstock Inn
Staff Report

Residents Attempt Cleanup After ‘Hartland’s Storm’
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff
Darren Nolet stands before his back porch which was destroyed in last Wednesday night’s thunderstorm in Hartland. His boat, Corvette and Winnebago were also crushed.
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Hartland Constable Wants Cruiser, Records Access
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Quechee Man Gets Deal In Accident, Sexual Assault Charges
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Police Officers Getting New Radios From FEMA Funds
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

Killington Selectboard Places Limits On Sand Piles
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Killington Shuttle Bus To Stop Service
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

A Supper Unlike Any Other Around
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Local Cyclist Has Visions Of A Tour De Woodstock
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent


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Woodstock Football Cruises Through U-32 In Shutout
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent


Boys Soccer Continues Unbeaten Streak
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent
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Cross Country Teams Finish Second At Burlington Invite
Staff Report

Girls Soccer Wins At Northfield
Staff Report


Robert Giolito Hired As Deputy Police Chief For Town of Killington
The Town of Killington has hired Robert M. Giolito, an Inspector for the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles Commercial Enforcement Unit and former Vermont State Police Trooper, as Deputy Police Chief.
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Another Powerful Thunder and Wind Storm Hits Hartland Hard
by Judith Howland, Hartland News

Withington Wins Five Blue Ribbons At Tunbridge World’s Fair
by Vivian Moore, Sharon News

Business Matters: Jackson House Named Among Top Garden Inns Of The World
Eb Kinney Named Okemo’s Director of Mt. Operations
32nd Prouty Generates $2.75 Million For Cancer Research
Vt. Technical College Ranked Among Top Public Schools
Upper Valley Red Cross Launches Local Disaster Shelter Inititive
by Paul Bousquet, Standard Correspondent



Sixth Grade Pomfret School Brook Walk with Vermont State Entomologist Alan Graham

Alan Graham shows Evan Satterfield a macroinvertebrate
Rob Hanson Photo
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Plymouth Cheese And Harvest Festival Sept. 21

Billings Farm Joins National Museum Day



High School’s Ag Club Highlight of Unique Vermont Fair

by Harriet Worrell, Art Darts
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