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This Week’s Headlines, April 24, 2014

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Danforth Pewter Back In Woodstock:
We Feel Like We Are Coming Home

danforth-350 Judi Danforth organizes a window display in the new Woodstock location of Danforth Pewter. Rick Russell Photossee more photos

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Top Headlines

Reading, Bridgewater Explores Sharing Principal
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Two Attacked By Hartland Dogs
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Town Seeking Input For Proposed Quechee Bike Path
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Woodstock’s Rattigan Takes The Helm At VINS
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Quechee Man’s Assault Case On Hold For Two Years
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Vermont GOP: ‘It’s An Exiciting Time To Be A Republican’
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Engergy and Health Changes Highlight New Woodstock Town Plan
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

Report: ‘Lack Of Oversight’ On Pomfret’s Public Funds
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Lambs In D’Anna’s Clothing: Photos
West Windsor Woman Knits Sweaters For Billings Farm Animals
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Town Of Bridgewater Prepares For Recycling, Trash Collection Change
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Kendall Taking Over The Family Business – Photos
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Timeless Place: A Look At The Sites That Make Us Unique
Bridgewater Land Loved At First Sight, Saddlebow Farm Site Of Town’s First Settler
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

State: Please, Please Do Not Feed The Bears

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

The Moonlighters: The Full-Time, Off-The-Field Jobs Of Woodstock Coaches

Woodstock Baseball Holds Off Twin Valley
by David Miles,Sports Correspondent

WUHS Boys Tennis Team Moves To 2-0
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Boys Lacrosse Eager For Home Rematch Against Middlebury
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Softball Team Scores 11 Runs In Season-Opening Loss
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

OBITUARIESall obituaries

Committal Notice For Willem Bijlefeld
Giles Becker
Patricia McCullough
Robert Morancy

PHOTO GALLERIESall

Woodstock Elementary School Talent Show
The talent of both students and faculty was on display at the WES Talent Show. Rick Russell Photos

Danforth Pewter, Moves Into Woodstock
One of the shops in downtown Woodstock will now host the Danforth Pewter store.

Woodstock Nursery School Egg Hunt
Woodstock Nursery School hosted an afternoon of egg hunting fun and prizes on Saturday.

WUHS Girls Softball Team
Woodstock Softball had their first game in a match up at home against Twin Valley.

WUHS Boys Tennis vs Bellows Falls
Woodstock Union High School boys tennis team took on Bellows Fall at home on Monday.

Baby Lambs and Sweaters
Billings Farm and Museum worked with Dana D’Anna to provide sweaters for baby lambs in the cold months before spring this year.

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