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This Week’s Headlines, August 28, 2014

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Former FBI Director Hurt In Crash

Former FBI Director Louis Freeh was injured in an accident in Barnard on Route 12 Monday afternoon. Freeh was cut out of the wreckage of his gray 2010 GMC Yukon. Preliminary investigation shows drugs and alcohol were not factors in the crash, according to a press release from the Vermont State Police. The cause of the crash remains under investigation. Click to see more photo (Rick Russell Photos)

 

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Top Headlines
Militants In Syria Release Journalist: Former Woodstock Resident Back In U.S.
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Milne Celebrates, While Donka Waits
Staff Reports

Barnard Woman Confesses To Burglaries, Forgery
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Reading Church Could Close Soon
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Court House To Reopen Sept 2

New Repairs To Bowers Bridge Could Cost As Much As $15,000
by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor

East End Sees Revitalization With Recent Construction
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

SPORTS
Boys Soccer Sets Goals High: Wasps Shooting For State Championship Banner
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Woodstock Names New Athletic Director
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

For Bradley Clan, ‘It Can’t Get Any Better’: Keegan Returns For Third Edition Of Charity Tourney
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

General Manager Leaves Beloved Arena Again
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Resident Questions Selectboard’s Executive Session Use
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Police: Two Men In Killington Charged For Shooting Bears
by Eric Francis, District Court Report

Vermonters Will Join Massive Climate March In New York Sept. 21
by Ron Miller, For Sustainable Woodstock

ENTERTAINMENT
Killington Hay Festival Kick Off Labor Day Weekend

Woodstock Art Festival: Expect Art! Sept 5-7

New Saturday Acute Care Hours At OHC

North Branch Bluegrass Festival Friday-Sunday
by Dave Clark, On Stage


OBITUARIESall obituaries

Lawrence Gramling
Phil Johnson
Theresa ‘Mildred’ Gay
William Sanborn

PHOTO GALLERIESall

Woodstock Sidewalk Sales
A few times a year the stores in Woodstock Village bring their merchandise to the streets. Visitors browsed the good put on display. The Vermont Overland Grand Prix bike race was held on Sunday which brought even more people to the village shops.

Woodstock First Day of School
Parents and kids of the Windsor County area gathered at their local school to begin yet another school year.

Quechee Scottish Festival
The annual Scottish Festival held in at Quechee Polo Field with traditional bagpipes, games and competitions.

Woodstock’s First Overland Grand Prix
For Woodstock, this first of its kind bike race came to town with a flurry of riders and spectators.

Juniper Hill Inn Auction
An Auction was set up for the sale of the historic Juniper Hill Inn in Windsor.

Community Day at MBR National Park
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Park held their annual community day where they open their doors and trail to guests to show off what the park has to offer.

Keegan Bradley Charity Golf Tournament
Keegan Bradley, former Woodstock resident and PGA Tour golfer, came back to Woodstock Inn and Resort to host his annual charity golf tournament on Sunday.

Sculpture Fest
Sculpture Fest held at King Farm in Woodstock held its opening weekend for the 2014 Season.

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