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This Week’s Headlines, May 22, 2014

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Snog A Hog: Kiss The Pig Fundraiser
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The Weathersfield Proctor Library Capital Campaign Committee hosted a “Kiss the Pig” Fundraiser and hot dog party on Friday night. Folks volunteered to be voted “Pig Kisser” by towns folk at $1 per vote. Here, Weatherfield Elementary School administrator Bette Jo Esty kisses a pig named Spot. Click here for more photos.
Nancy Nutile-McMenemy Photo

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Top Headlines
Rooms, Meals Tax Pondered In Town
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

Police: One Suspect In Rec Center Break-Ins
Staff Report

West Windsor School District Faces Deficit
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

‘Underdog’ Milne Considers Run For Governor
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Hartland Celebrates The Life Of ‘Mo’
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Alleged Victim In Bridgewater Domestic Assault Faces Trespassing Charges
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Part-time Quechee Resident Arrested For Alleged Murder Plot
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Reading Cuts $57,000 From School Budget
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Hartland Cracks Down On Delinquent Taxes
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Bridgewater Man Pleads Not Guilty To DUI Charge
by Eric Francis, District Court Report

Teen DUI Education Course Set For May 31

Local Students Rehabilitate Park Streams Banks

Woodstock Inn’s Kitchen Garden Transforms The Culinary Experience

First Race Around Silver Lake Draws 132 RunnersPhotos
by Chloe Powell, Barnard News

Local Artist’s Unique Prints On Display
by Dillon Walsh, Standard Correspondent

Bridge Work Piling Up Costs In Woodstock
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

Prince and the Pauper Restaurant Installs Ramp To Comply With ADA
Staff Report

Erik Tobiason Nominated For Volunteer Award
Staff Report

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

Woodstock Girls Tennis Team Wins Three Matches, Now Third In D-II
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Emma Blaiklock Surprised With CSC’s MVP Award
Former Woodstock Star Is Teams’ Bullpen Catcher
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Softball Team Wins Again
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

WUHS Girls Lacrosse Routs Hartford Again
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Woodstock Boys Tennis Beats Brattleboro, Falls To Rutland
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Charlie Kelly’s Career-Best Round Leads Woodstock Golf To Victory
by Tony Marquis, Standard Staff

Lacrosse Freshman Scores Game-Winner Against Burr & Burton
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Grad A Paddle And Start Kayaking
by Anne Richter Arnold, Take It Outside


OBITUARIESall obituaries
Brenda Oney
Committal – Brittney Testa, BRIDGEWATER — Services for Brittney Marie Testa to be held in Woodstock are postponed at this time. Condolences and memories may be offered by visiting cabotfh.com

David Hall
Deborah Hamilton
Lloyd Severance
Maureen Casey
Robin Lynch
Rodney Tardie
Mary Parmenter

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Jazz On The Town
Woodstock Union High School-Middle School jazz bands — along with professional musicians Fred Haas, Michael Zsoldos, Bob Merrill, Draa Hobbs, Peter Concilio and Tim Gilmore — performed at the Woodstock Town Hall Theatre last weekend.

Flower Baskets In Woodstock
Members of the community helps hang flower baskets in town.

Montshire Musuem Presents T-Rex Sue
“Sue” has traveled the world and this week she arrived at the Montshire Museum in Norwich Vt. She will be on exhibit in the Upper Valley from May17 through September 7.
Nancy Nutile-McMenemy Photos

Race Around The Lake, Benefit Event
BarnArts held a Race Around The Lake event where participants ran/walked around Silver Lake in Barnard. The event was held to help raise money for BarnArts programs.
Rick Russell Photos

Union Arena Golf Tournament
Union Arena held their annual golf toruanment to help raise money for their programs and facilities.

Kiss-A-Pig Fundraiser
As a way to raise fund for the Weathersfield Library, a voting was held at $1 per ballot, who should kiss the pig. The event raise more than $950.

WUHS Art Show
The annual Woodstock Union High School art show was held last Tuesday-Thursday. Students displayed their work throughout the middle school gym.

Hartland Storyteller
On Friday, The Hartland Recreation Center hosted an afternoon of storytelling with New London NH resident, Simon Brooks. Despite the chilly weather about fifty children and a few adults sat on benches or cold concrete to hear Brooks weave his tales.

Police K-9 Awareness Day
West Lebanon Feed and Supply was the site of the ninth annual Police K-9 Awareness Day on Saturday. Six police K-9 units came from Vermont and New Hampshire, demonstrating drug searches, agility training and handler protection.

WUHS Golf Match At Home
Woodstock Union Golf Team hosted a home meet at Woodstock Country Club.

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