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This Week’s Headlines, June 5, 2014

June 4, 2014

in News

Three Of A Kind:Sheppard Triplets Have Individual Success At WUHS
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

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Top Headlines

Village To Business: Stop Promoting Shops
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

The ‘End Of An Era’ For Mt. Ascutney Ski Resort?
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Some Town Boards Lax With Agendas
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Teacher of the Year: ‘I’m Going To Miss This’
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Local Homeowners Association Upset With Property Values
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Report: Killington Needs $5.7 Million For Street Project
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Identity Theft, Scams On The Rise In Region
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Coughing Fit Leads To One-Car Accident
From Chief Robbie Blish, Woodstock Police Log

In Barnard Grows An Unlikely Vineyard
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Bridgewater Sends Out Notices To Collect Delinquent Taxes
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Barnard Academy Student Jaedon Beardsley Receives Award

Farmers’ Market Season Is Here; A Guide For Newcomers
Nutrition911, by Mary Saucier Choate, M.S., R.D., L.D.

Famous Plymouth Strawberry Festival Coming On June 18
by Margo Marrone, Plymouth News

Romeo Gets Acquainted With Petunia, Violet, Penny
by Lynne Esty, Weathersfield News

Hartland JazzFest Features Top Talent

Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders Lays Out Legislative Action Plan For Veterans

Nationwide, Girl Scouts Struggling With Lack Of Interest
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

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

Something For Everyone At Trek To Taste – read more
by Anne Richter Arnold, Take It Outside

Girls Lacrosse Ready To Face Rival Chelsea
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Boy Lacrosse Heads Into Playoffs On A Roll
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

State Meet Has Track Teams ‘Excited’ About Chances
by David Miles, Standard Correspondent

WUHS Baseball: Poljacik’s Arm Key To Wasps’ First-Round Shutout Win – photos
by George Calver, Standard Staff

OBITUARIESall obituaries
Joanna Langlais
Marie Jones

Committals: William Rowell


Paws For The Cause, Lucy Mac
This event, an fundraiser for Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society was held at Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm.

Cady Day Celebration
As a tribute to the Poet Laureate Daniel Cady, an afternoon was co-sponsored by the Mary L. Blood Memorial Library. As part of the celebration, the historic mausoleum was opened after 30 years. A picnic followed in Tribute Park, West Windsor.

Teacher of the Year
The Woodstock Union High School held an awards ceremony last Friday to honor teachers. Several teachers were recognized for retiring. Chuck Worrell, a driver’s education teacher at the school and assistant football coach, was named Teacher of the Year. Jody Henderson, the music teacher, received the McLaughlin award.

Covered Bridges Half-Marathon, 2014
The annual CBHM, a road race that starts in Pomfret, travels in and around different covered bridges in the community, through Woodstock and ending in Quechee, was held Sunday.

Lucy Mac Free Adoption Days
Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society held Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days On May 31 and June 1 in honor of a miniature schnauzer named Maddie. Maddie’s love devotion and loyalty inspired her caregivers to start the charitable foundation. Qualified home could adopt pets at no cost during those two days.


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