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This Week’s Headlines, July 31, 2014

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Bookstock 2014
Poet Billy Collins speaks to a sold-out crowd in the Town Hall Theatre on Friday — the first day of the Bookstock Literary Festival. - Rick Russell Photo
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Read the story in this week’s Vermont Standard on newsstands Thursday, July 31 and see photos from the Bookstock Event throughout the paper. Read the eEdition.

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Top Headlines
School Consolidation Ideas Narrowed
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Milfoil Spotted In Barnard
by Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

It’s Time For Reappraisal Says Woodstock Listers
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Book Industry Alive And Well At Festival
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Last Week’s Storm Brings Down Trees On Many Hartland Roads
by Judith Howland, Hartland News

Ascutney Man Sentenced For Hartland Incident
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Vermont Supreme Court Rules On Pre-Trial DNA Collection
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Barnard Board Turns Down Donated Land
by Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

Plymouth Wants Library Trail Bridge
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Monday’s Storm Washes Out Roads, KOs Power In Region
Staff Report

Keeping It Simple Sends Sorbet Biz Soaring
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Gourmet Gone Wild: Local Chefs Wandering The Land For New Edibles
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Civil War Program At Coolidge State Historic Site Aug. 9

Seminars Announced For First-Time Hunters

SPORTS
Dream Come True For Shrine Game Participants
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent


OBITUARIESall obituaries
Arthur Brown
Edward Grosenbeck
Harold Stanyon

PHOTO GALLERIESall
VADA Antique Show and Sale
The annual Vermont Antique Dealers Association show was held in Woodstock again this year.

Washed Out Roads In Reading
Heavy rains caused damage to roadways in Reading on Monday evening, July 28.

Harpoon’s BBQ Championships, Windsor
This past weekend thousands of spectators attended the Harpoon Brewery’s 14th Annual Championships New England Barbecue in Windsor Vermont.

Shrine Game Practice, 2014

Birds, Bird Feeders and Bird Talk At Quechee Library
The Quechee Library hosted Bill Shepard, author of a field guide for birds, for a bird talk on July 22. A birdhouse raffle with birdhouses made by Jerry Homer and painted by local artists followed.

British Soccer Camp
The Woodstock Recreation Center hosted Challenger Sports British Soccer Camp from July 28 to Aug 1.

Bookstock 2014
Woodstock’s annual Green Mountain Literary Festival held its sixth event in Woodstock July 25-27. A weekend of authors, poets and publishers, workshops, speakers and displays filled the multiple venues around the village.

ArtisTree’s Unbound Vol. IV
ArtisTree Community Arts hosted its fourth Unbound art show focused on art that has a book theme or medium. The show opened as part of the Bookstock event in Woodstock.

This Week’s Headlines, July 31, 2014 Reviewed by on . Bookstock 2014 Poet Billy Collins speaks to a sold-out crowd in the Town Hall Theatre on Friday — the first day of the Bookstock Literary Festival. - Rick Russe Bookstock 2014 Poet Billy Collins speaks to a sold-out crowd in the Town Hall Theatre on Friday — the first day of the Bookstock Literary Festival. - Rick Russe Rating:

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