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This Week’s Headlines, February 20, 2014

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A Medal For Mom:
Olympic Champ’s Mother Returns With Medal, Pride
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jAnderson300 Above, Hartland’s Lauren Anderson shows off a silver coach’s medal given to her by her daughter, Jamie Anderson, who won a gold medal in the women’s slopestyle event at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Left, Anderson celebrates the win in a medals ceremony. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)

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Top Headlines

Probation For Teens Who Broke Into Laundromat
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Solar Farm Could Be In Town’s Plan
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

West Windsor Finally Finalizes Sewer Purchase
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Hartland Retiree See The Reward The Volunteering:
Volunteer Jim Lawrence
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff
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Woodstock Man Guilty Of Domestic Assault, Takes Plea Deal
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Quechee Couple Faces Felony Robbery Charges
by Eric Francis, District Court Report

West Windsor School Board Meeting On Feb. 27 Will Discuss The Budget
Tom Kenyon, West Windsor News

Killington’s Peak Lodge: A Peek At Killington Resorts’ New Lodge

Killington Resort Wants To Keep Skiers From Getting Lost
by Wilson Ring, Associated Press

Ground Broken: Windsor’s Cedar Hill $10.6Million Construction Project Starts

Woodstock’s Little-Know, But Significant Black Heritage
by Virginia Dean, Standard Staff

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

Woodstock u14s, Pee Wees Advance To Championships
by Fred Lee, For Woodstock Youth Hockey

Nordic Girls Win League Title, Boys Take Second

by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

No.1-Seeded Boys Hockey Waits For First Playoff Opponent

by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Woodstock Boys Hoops Get Big Comeback Win Against Windsor
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent
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Police Town Its First Vehicle For Overdue Parking Tickets
Staff Report

To Grow Community, One Town Starts A University
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

WUHS To Dedicate Greenhouse To Beloved Teacher
Staff Report


OBITUARIESall obituaries
Francis Clayton Adams
Maureen Casey
Virginia Newman

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WUHS Boys Basketball vs Windsor Woodstock Union High School boys took on Windsor on Friday. The Wasps were down at the half but came by to win it by 2.

The Vermont Flurry, 2014
ArtisTree and Pentangle Community Arts teamed up to bring the Vermont Flurry, a snow sculpture competition. Several different competitors spent the weekend in the fresh fallen snow using hand tools to carve their creations into the large blocks of snow set up for them.

Pig Roast In South Woodstock – The Longhill Snowmobile Club held their annual Pig Roast fundraiser on Saturday at the South Woodstock Fire House.

Suide 6 Torchlight Parade
Suicide 6 held their annual Torchlight Parade on Saturday with an evening followed by fireworks.

Windsor Colored Igloo
Inspired by a viral story two business owners from Windsor, Chris Cammock of Snapdragon Inn and Cassie Nyberg George of Bob’s Barber shop decided to give backyard igloo building with colored bricks a try.

Winter Farm Olympics
Hosted by the Hartland Cattle Club 4H Group at Cedar Mountain Farm these unique Farm Olympic games entertained on Saturday.

Zack’s Place Skis With Vt. Adaptive at S6
Zack’s Place spent an afternoon on the slopes at Suicide 6 working with Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports.

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