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This Week’s Headlines, February 13, 2014

February 12, 2014

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Farmhouse Fire Devastates Family

Alice Paglia looks at a framed photo of her farmhouse, which was damaged in a fire Saturday night. Katy Savage Photo

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Top Headlines

Woodstock Inn Wants To Expand District; Hearing Set
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

Future Uncertain For Local Church
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Tunbridge Woman Charges In 2011 Bethel Shooting
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Pomfret Selectboard Member: ‘Apparently I Goofed Again’
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Town Of Reading Adopts Flooding Disaster Plan
Staff Report

Bloomgarden Sowing The Seeds Of Jazz In Schools
Art Darts, by Harriet Worrell

Court Case Spotlights Rarely Enforced Shoveling Ordinance
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

sugarhosue250 Pomfret Couple Begins Rebuilding Sugarhouse
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Village Branding Group ‘Making Good Progress’
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Barnard Man Loves Silver Lake’s Solitude, Surprises
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Neighbors Protest Return Of Vermont 100 Endurance Race
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Golf Avenue Man’s Front Yard An All-Winter Flurry
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Publisher Inducted Into Newspaper Group’s Hall Of Fame
Staff Report

Olympic Team Outfits Would Be Shoo-Ins For Ugly Sweater Contest
by Tom Marsh, Windsor News

(Take a look at the schedule and results for the season so far – click here)

Locals Take Top Spots At Fisk Trophy Race photo and race results
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Woodstock Jr. Wasps Close Out the Regular Season With Wins
by Fred Lee, For Woodstock Youth Hockey

Alpine Teams Save Best For District Championships - photos
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Nordic Teams In Good Shape After First Day Of League Championships
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Woodstock Wasps Tame Terriers, Improve To 11-6
by David Miles, Standard Correspondent

Girls Hoops Get Comeback Win For Victory No. 5
by George Calver, Sports Correspondent

OBITUARIESall obituaries
Barry Brownell
Jo-Anne Wallace
Patricia Barton
Barry P. Shortlidge, 62, died at his home on Sunday February 9th at his home in Woodstock, Vermont. Arrangements are pending with the Cabot Funeral Home in Woodstock, Vermont

Hartland’s Chocolate Auction
Hartland’s annual Chocolate Auction offered, chocolate cake, cookies, candies and more. Adults and kids joined in the bidding for all things chocolate with bidding led by Auctioneer Todd Lloyd.
Nancy Nutile-McMenemy Photos

Winter Photo Contest, 2014
The Vermont Standard’s annual winter photo contest entries…

Winter Music Festival
The winter music festival presented by Connecticut Valley Music Festival Association held auditions where musicians from nine different schools were selected to perform. The performance took place at Mid Vermont Christian School. Rick Russell Photos

Fisk Race at Suicide 6
The annual Fisk race was held at Suicide 6 on Sunday. Rick Russell and Robert Crean Photos

Reading Spaghetti Dinner
Reading Elementary School held a spaghetti dinner and basket raffle. Themed baskets filled with goodies were raffles off to the diners.
Nancy Nutile-McMenemy Photos

Valentine Crafts At UV Waldorf School
Upper Valley Waldorf School held a morning of Valentine’s Day crafts. Rick Russell Photos

Alpine District Ski Race at Suicide 6
Suicide 6 hosted the district giant slalom ski race on Monday. Rick Russell Photos


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