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This Week’s Headlines, March 6, 2014

March 5, 2014

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Town Meeting 2014

Hazel Harrington, who retired as Pomfret’s town treasurer after serving the town for 40 years, is presented with a bouquet of flowers, a wooden bowl and a stamp holder. Rick Russell Photo - Click here for more photos

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Top Headlines
Town Meeting Coverage 2014
- Woodstock: Tax Exemption For Woodstock Aqueduct’s Solar Array Rejected By Voters
- Bridgewater: Bridgewater Voters Amend And Pass School Budget
- West Windsor: West Windsor Grants Permit To 100 Mile Ride
- Barnard: Another Significant Tax Rate For Barnard Residents
- Killington: Town Votes Down Museum Proposal
- Hartland: Access To School Fund Denied
- Reading: Reading School Budget Defeated
- Plymouth: Voters On School Budget: ‘We’re Not Going To Tolerate This’
- Pomfret: Pomfret Picks Reese Over Lamson
- WUHS-MS: Voters Approve Budget, Bonds

N.H. Man Gets 10 Days In Jail For Fatal Crash
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Mt. Ascutney Resort Lodge May Come Down
Staff Report

Pentangle Arts Council Hire New Executive Director

Tough Times Ahead For Community Banks, Mascoma CEO Says
by Margo Howland, Special to the Standard

A Good Read About Some Very Bad Local Murders
by Charlie Wilson, Taftsville News

Clarkson: All Are Frustrated By Vermont Health Connect Rollout
Report From Montpelier, by Rep. Alison Clarkson

Turkeys Take Up Residence In Correspondents Dooryard
by Margo Marrone, Plymouth News

One Dollar To Food Bank Provides Three Meals
by Diana Brown, For Woodstock Community Food Shelf

Vt National Park Tourism Creates $1.7 Million In Economic Benefit

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

Special Olympics Winter Games Back For Seventh Year
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Woodstock Running Backs Highlight Shire Team Selections
by Tony Marquis, Standard Staff

Fegard’s Career High Leads Wasps To Win
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

OBITUARIESall obituaries
Barry Shortlidge
Christina Amsden
Hazel Howard
John Wiggin
Laura Hathorn
Myrtle Nelson
Paul Roberts
Theodore Turner Jr
Warren Barrett

Barnard Town Meeting, 2014
West Windsor Town Meeting
Hartland Town Meeting
Pomfret Town Meeting
Reading Town Meeting and Breakfast
Woodstock Town Meeting

Bruins Alumni Game
Bruins Alumni came to Woodstock for their annual alumni game where they take on the Bear Squirt Invitational Coaches.

Antique Ski Race at Suicide 6
The Great Antique Ski Race, sponsored by the Vermont Ski Museum, followed the masters ski race on Saturday at Suicide Six.

Basketball Playoffs vs MSJ
The Woodstock boys basketball team advanced to the semifinals of the Division II playoffs by beating Mount St. Joseph, 60-35, at home Saturday.

Brownsville Skating Party
The past Friday saw the Final Friday Night Skate Party at the community built ice rink behind Albert Bridge Elementary School in Brownsville Vt.

‘Seussical’ Performance by NCCT
The North Country Community Theater hosted its 21st Annual Teen Show this past weekend at the Lebanon Opera House in Lebanon NH.


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