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This Week’s Headlines, October 31, 2013

October 30, 2013

in News,This Weeks Headlines

A Spire to Inspire
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Jim Dow and Mike Cotroneo put in a weather vane on the top of the newly installed Hartland Unitarian Universalist Church steeple Tuesday. The 160-year-old steeple was removed last spring to begin repairs. For more photos, click here. Rick Russell Photo


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Mother of Fatal Truck Crash Victim: Don’t Charge Driver
by Tony Marquis, Standard Staff

Local Humane Societies Near Capacity
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Police: Reading Woman Faked Hostage Call
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Quechee Man Makes Flea Market Fine Art
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Pomfret To Discuss Town Issues
Staff Report

Meeting Tuesday Will Discuss Proposed Lines For E.C. Fiber
by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor

In Pomfret, Researching The Secrets Of The U.S. Government
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Farmers Want Raw Milk Law to be Re-examined
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

hartlandhouse-twh Hartland Brick Home Renovation Project Almost Done
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Jake’s Quechee Market and Café Opening Soon
by Paul Bousquet, Special to the Standard
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KES Parent Group Dreams Of New Playground
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Group Meets To Determine Woodstock Village’s Identity
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent


preOlympic-twh Hartland Swimmer Uses Camp To Prepare For Junior Nationals
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

Wasps’ Bango Stuntz Finish First, Third at State Meet
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Woodstock Youth Hockey: Pee Wee Team Beats Burlington Bobcats
by Fred Lee, For Woodstock Youth Hockey

Wasps Football Team Romps Oxbow In Playoff Opener
by David Miles, Standard Correspondent

No Special Treatment Necessary For Tackling Téa
by Anne Richter Arnold, Special to the Standard
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OBITUARIESall obituaries
Ann Kangas
Jesse Davis
Michael Doolan
Peggy Eaton
Penny Hoblin
Sally Summers
Terry Romano

PHOTO GALLERIESall
Barnard Scarecrow Contest
WuHS Football vs Oxbow, DIII playoffs
Pumpkins In The Park, Hartland
Hartland Steeple
Wizard of Oz
Fox Penny Farm, Halloween Horses
Spooky Woodstock
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