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This Week’s Headlines, January 3, 2014

January 2, 2014 2:43 pm Category: News, This Weeks Headlines Leave a comment A+ / A-

Courthouse Ground Breaking
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Judges and court employees make the first scoop of dirt at the Windsor County Courthouse in Woodstock. The $2 million renovation project that includes an addition to the back of the building will be completed this summer. See more photos in next week’s Standard.
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Top Headlines
Two Local Fatalities Darken The Holiday Season
Former WUHS Student Killed In Car Crash
Reading Resident, 75, Dies in Truck Accident

by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Town Of West Windsor Considers Purchasing Ascutney Mt. Resort
By George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Residents: Rabid Fox Holds Up Taftsville Traffic
By Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Where There’s Smoke, There’s Zach Wood
By Katy Savage, Standard Staff

The Region’s Top 12 Stories Of 2013

Fire Chief Asks For Visible House Numbers In Village
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

Hartland’s Frozen Treat
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Their Land Is Our Land: Couple Conserving Vermont, One Donation At A Time
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Deanna Jones ‘Completely Surprised’ By Rotary Honor
by Virginia Dean, Standard Corespondent

SPORTS

Woodstock Wasps Top Sports Stories Of 2013

Smallwood A Big Part Of Team’s Resurgence
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Woodstock Wasps Make Adjustments, Beat Poultney
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Boys Hockey Splits In Rutland Tourney
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Phil Swanson: The Familiar Face of Woodstock
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

West Windsor Firefighters Kept Busy With Chimney And Dumpster Fires
by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor News

ENTERTAINMENT
Artist Katy Reeves: Local Gardener’s Artwork Is Now In Season
by Dillion Walsh, Standard Correspondent

Feature: Jan Lewendoski, Historic Preservationist
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

OBITUARIESall obituaries
Brittney Testa
F. Allen Weisenfluh
Lawrence Woodward

PHOTO GALLERIESall
BarnArts Winter Carols

Union Arena’s 10th Anniversary Party


WUHS Boys Hockey Rutland Tournament


WUHS Boys Basketball vs Poultney

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