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This Week’s Headlines, Nov. 7, 2013

November 6, 2013

in News,This Weeks Headlines

All He Wants For Halloween Is His Two Front Fangs
Bode Wood, second grade, shows off the Dracula fang during the Woodstock Elementary School Halloween parade. The parade was moved into the gym due to rainy weather. See more photos…click here Rick Russell Photo

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Top Headlines
State Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Grange Hill
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

West Windsor Resort Sells For $1.5 Million
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Child Finds Syringes At Barnard Playground
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Town Agent Is Pomfret’s Newest Selectman
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff
Michael Reese was elected to fill Pomfret’s open Selectboard position at the special Town Meeting Tuesday night attended by about 100 people…. read more inside this week’s Standard Read the eEdition.
INSIDE: Michael Reese Named To Pomfret Selectboard

Teens Plead Innocent To Hartland Vandalism
by Eric Francis, District Court Report

Inn GM On Woodstock: ‘I Feel Like It’s Home’
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Voters To Decide If Sugar Maker Can Lease Town Land
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

Hartland Wrestles With Proposed Land Use Bylaws
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Voters Exempt Fire Dept. From Property Taxes
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Reading Woman In Jail After Alleged Assault
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Tech Festival Shows Digital Media Serving The Public Interest
by Sandy Gilmour, Special to the Standard…. read more.

The Chain That Made Me Cry: Solgers Sugarhouse, Bridgewater
by Charlie Astbury, Historically Speaking

The Surprising Health Effects Of Coffee
by Mary Saucier Choate, Nutrition911

Home Sweet Home: Woodstock Football Shuts Out Otter Valley
by David Miles, Standard Correspondent

Hit The Trails Safely During Hunting Season
by Anne Richter Arnold, Take It Outside

Killington’s Green Mountain Golf Course Turns A Profit

tennis-twh Tennis, According To Gullikson: Former U.S. Open mixed doubles title winner Tom Gullikson gives a clinic to those in attendance during the 2013 annual United States Professional Tennis Assoc. Convention at the Woodstock Inn and Resort

OBITUARIESall obituaries
Charles Mason
David Hammond
Elizabeth Shaddock
Jeannine Lobdell
Kevin Smith
Mieczyslaw Staszkiewicz

WUHS Football Semi Finals vs Otter Valley
Interact Club Haunted House
Red Flannel Hash
Reading’s Fright Night
WES Halloween Parade
Trick or Treat on Woodstock Streets


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