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This Week’s Headlines, May 15, 2014

May 14, 2014

in News,This Weeks Headlines

All Smiles
An alpaca at Wild Apple Alpacas on Quechee Road in Hartland grins for the camera. Wild Apple Alpacas have 29 alpacas, which
they shear once a year for fleece. The company held an open house on Saturday. Click here for more photos

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Top Headlines
Code Issues May Curb Pomfret Town hall Events
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

A growing Epidemic That’s hard To Diagnose
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Police ‘Hope’ Village Break-ins Are A ‘Blip’
Staff Report

Dispatchers Across VT Asking: Can You Please Repeat That?
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Chef Brad Needs Funds To Save Restaurant
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Trustees: Project Supporters Should Pay Snow Dump Grant Fee
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

Hartland Teen Faces DUI Charge After Accident
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Lucky Elephant Owner See Prosperity In Village Of Woodstock
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Quechee Club Announces Summer Music Fest Series

Jackson House Named ‘Best Intimate Retreat’ By Yankee Magazine
by Paul Bousquet, Business Matters

Let Libbet Downs Know If Her Rooster Is Too Loud
by Amy Hawkins, Reading Informer

Coolidge State Historic Site’s New Exhibit Commemorates The American Civil War

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

A Randolph Rebound: Girls Lacrosse Team Routs Ghosts For Second Win
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Rejoice For Joyce: Woodstock’s Conor Joyce Beating Crohn’s Disease, Making Impact On Baseball Field
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Woodstock Baseball Team Moves To 8-0
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Loud And Proud: Woodstock Softball Team Celebrates First Win Since 2012
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Strength Of Singles Play Helps Boys Tennis Top Hartford
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

OBITUARIESall obituaries
Alice Severance
Anna Keir
Frank Kenison
Jonathan Paglia
Kathyrn Eaton
Nancy Bourdon
Randy Wagoner
CommittalLinda Quinn, Louis Phelps Jr., Earl Gilbert, Barbara Lattanzi, Pauline Sawyer, Davenport Cleveland

Wild Apple Alpaca Open House
Wild Apple Alpacas, home to 29 alpacas in Hartland, hosted their annual open house. The alpacas are sheared for their fleece.

Barnard Helping Hands
Musical entertainment by Jeanne and the Hi-Tops followed a potluck supper during a benefit for Barnard Helping Hands at Barnard Town Hall.

Woodstock History Fair
Woodstock History Center and Woodstock Elementary School worked together to have students present elements of Woodstock’s history.

Road To The Pogue Race, 2014
The annual Road to the Pogue race that is held at the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park in Woodstock is a run that travels through the park and around the Pogue lake.

Reading/West Windsor Fire Drills
Saturday, May 10, the Reading Fire Department was host to the Weathersfield and West Windsor Fire Departments for a hands on training for 18 volunteer fire fighters.

Yoh Theatre Players Perform Happy Birthday, Sweet William
The Yoh Players celebrated William Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday by performing a two-act play called “Happy Birthday Sweet William.” According to the playbill: “We believe that if Elizabethan men could play the roles of men and women, then so can American women play the roles of women and men.

Touch-A-Truck In Hartland
The Hartland Recreation Department hosted its annual Truck Extravaganza on Saturday. Children have the opportunity to check out various trucks and other heavy equipment.


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