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This Week’s Headlines, April 3, 2014

April 2, 2014 1:39 pm Category: News, This Weeks Headlines Leave a comment A+ / A-

- Quit Hoggin’ The Road -

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A herd of local hogs from a nearby farm held up traffic Saturday morning on Route 4 in West Woodstock. Fred Hunt and Mary MacVey Photo
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Top Headlines
Death of Teen On Route 131 Devastates Family
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Another Business Closes In ‘Tough Year’ For Village
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Communities Mourn Loss Of Gravelle’s ‘Indomitable Spirit’
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Pierce Sentenced In Crash That Killed Best Friend
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Saving The World, One Log At A Time
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Man Pleads Guilty In UVAC Incident; Drunk In Court
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

School Board Accepts Principal’s Retirement
Staff Report

Drug Take-Back Day Slated For April 26

Rare Artifact Found In Courthouse’s Walls, Attic
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Former Woodstock Pet Groomer Arrested For Drug Trafficking
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Proposal Limits Dogs To Leashes On Quechee Green
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

George: Barnard’s Beloved Dummy Back In Familiar Spot
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

WUHS Junior Heading To National Tournament
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Friends Form Hartland-Based Band Miles To Go: Drumming, Strumming And Chumming Around
by Dillion Walsh, Standard Correspondent

SPORTS

Your Spring Training Goal: The Road To The Pogue
by Anne Ritchter Arnold, Take It Outside

This Is Spring? Unending Winter Scrambles Teams’ Practice, Game Schedules
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

OBITUARIESall obituaries
Carolyn Keith
Earl Gilbert
George Mann
Jane Murphy
John Lique
Richard Robbins
Robert Earle

PHOTO GALLERIESall
Artists Trunk Show at NWPL
Norman Williams Public Library hosted a trunk show displaying artists and crafters for visitors during the Maple Madness Weekend recently.

‘Shrek The Musical’ In Hartland
The Hartland Elementary School performed Shrek the Musical over the weekend.

Shon Powell Benefit
Rumunto’s Brick and Brew Benefit was held for Shon Powell who recently had surgery for Diverticulitis. He has a second surgery in April. Live music and a silent auction were part of the fundraiser.

WUHS Boys Lacrosse Early Season Practice
Woodstock Union High School boys lacrosse team practices in the Union Arena in late March because of the amount of snow on the practice fields.

Sharon Circus
Sharon Elementary school student spent time coached by circus owner Troy Wunderle, who is also the director of Clowning at Ringling Brothers and the artistic director of Circus Smirkus. 37 Students in grades 7 and 8 spent 10 days training and coming up with theme of olympic competition of tricks.

Barnard Play
The students of Barnard Academy performed a lively rendition of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat last Thursday night to a full house of parents and community members. The musical, written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, was directed by Sharon Groblicki and featured 5th grader Faye Stevens as Joseph.

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