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This Week’s Headlines, February 6, 2014

February 5, 2014

in News

Local Stars Sochi Bound

In Sochi, Hartland’s Kevin Pearce poses for a photo with a Russian officer while holding the U.S. Olympic torch. Kevin Pearce Photo… Read the story in the Standard.
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Inside the Standard this week

Top Headlines

Insurer: Woodstock Woman ‘At Fault’ In Fatal Accident
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Local Police Attacking Drug Issue
By Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Coolidge Foundations’ Plans To Go National
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Voters To Decide Future Of Three Corners In Hartland
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Little Known Facts About Louis Armstrong
By Peter Rousmaniere, Special To The Standard

WUHS 2nd Quarter Honor Roll

Cedar Hill Begins $10.6M Expansion Project

Pomfret Library Applies For Historic Designation
Staff Report

Help The Hungry Program at Pomfret School

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

This Year’s Field Could Be Fisk Race’s Best Ever
By David Miles, Sports Correspondent

WUHS Snowboarding: Clement, Sardelli Finish 1-2 At Stowe GS
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Nordic Teams Shine At League, Cup Meets
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent


OBITUARIESall obituaries
Barry Brownell – BRIDGEWATER — Barry Gene Brownell died at his home the morning of Feb. 4. A full obituary will appear next week.
Charlotte Barr
David McCumber
Frank Roberts
Fred Bertram
George Burnham, Jr.
Gordon Rockwood
Grace Boyce
Howard Carter
Lynne Hall
Neal Shute
Robert Rowland
Roger Rice

PHOTO GALLERIESall

WinterFest and Chili Cook-off, Hartland
The annual WinterFest was held in Hartland on Saturday, Feb. 1. Families and friends gathered for the chili cook-off, sled dog rides, music and more.

Platform Tennis Fundraiser at Quechee Club
Members and guests played platform tennis at the Quechee Club recently as a fundraiser for the Susan G. Koman foundation.

Roast Beef Suppers, Hartland
The annual Roast Beef Suppers held by the Mens Fellowship at the First Congregational Church in Hartland. The suppers are held on several Saturdays in the winter.

Hartland Winter Trails – Tiki Torch Trek
Hartland Winter Trails hosted about 160 people on Saturday night. With the trails lit up by tiki torches and luminaries, guests walked, skied and snowshoed to help support the trails.

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