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This Week’s Headlines, August 7, 2014

August 6, 2014 3:17 pm Category: News 1 Comment A+ / A-

The Pride Of The Putnams:
Process Behind Award-Winning Cheese Unveiled

by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent
CalebPutam_ThistleHillFarm
Caleb Putnam, of Thistle Hill Farm, uses a large cloth to scoop cheese curds from a vat. - Rick Russell Photo

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Top Headlines
Folksy Farmer Fred A Vermont Fixture
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

TD Bank To Close East End Location
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Woodstock Firefighter Honored For 60 Years
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Man Sentenced In Animal Cruelty Case
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

He’s 64, And The Farm Still Needs Him: Barnard Farmer Doton Finds It Hard To Slow Down
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Donated Picnic Tables Provide Community Gathering Spots
by Ron Miller, For Sustainable Woodstock

Vermont Woodworking Festival Set For Sept. 27-28

Woodstock Learning Collaborative Announces Upcoming Courses

20th Anniversary Barnard Street Dance Planned For Aug. 16
by Chloe Powell, Barnard News

Woodstock, Pomfret Selected For Solarize Upper Valley

Recently Repaired Roads Are Again Damaged By Heavy Rains In Hartland
by Judith Howland, Hartland News

Woodstock Barn A Blend Of Historic Buildings
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Sharon Family Moves Back Into Home After Fire
Staff Report

Book Chronicles Rise Of Vermont Beer Industry
by Dillon Walsh, Standard Correspondent

SPORTS

Swim Team Finishes Second At State Championship
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Family Fuels Race Car Driver’s Success
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent


OBITUARIESall obituaries
Colleen Martha Trudo
Linda Moyer
Marion Balch
Patricia O’Sullivan
Richard Oates
Shirley Mae Paige
Wallace Stephen Wysk

PHOTO GALLERIESall
Antique Appraisals, Woodsotck History Center
Woodstock Historical Society hosted their annual Antique Appraisal at the History Center.

Insect Day At VINS
Through demonstrations, exhibits, and workshops, visitors to the VINS Nature Center in Quechee had a fun day of learning about the insects we share our planet with.

Plymouth Old Home Day
This long-time town tradition, which includes a special presentation, a reenactment, Wagon rides, chicken barbecue, old-time music, sheep shearing, traditional craft demonstrations, and historic children’s games.

Quechee Music Festival Series Finale
The Quechee Club host two concert events this summer. The finale held on Friday, August 1 showcased some of the Quechee’s Got Talent contestants as well as Dartmouth College performers led by Quechee resident Walt Cunningham.

Frazer Agency, Windsor Car Show
On Saturday, the Frazer Agency in Windsor Vermont teamed up with Carz Club to host their 1st Annual Car Show.

VT/NH Shrine Game
The Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl Football Game was played between two all-star teams of graduated high school seniors from Vermont and New Hampshire for the benefit of the children in the Shrine hospitals.

This Week’s Headlines, August 7, 2014 Reviewed by on . The Pride Of The Putnams: Process Behind Award-Winning Cheese Unveiled - by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent Caleb Putnam, of Thistle Hill Farm, uses a lar The Pride Of The Putnams: Process Behind Award-Winning Cheese Unveiled - by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent Caleb Putnam, of Thistle Hill Farm, uses a lar Rating:

Comments (1)

  • Mike Keith

    Is that thing in his mouth?? Why would they photograph that!?!

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