This Week’s Headlines, April 20, 2017

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A Touch of Spring

Jack Nelson waters some flowers recently at the North Chapel Unitarian Universalist Church in
Woodstock Village. (Rick Russell Photo)
Top Stories

Tense Moments as School Board OKs 7-12 Plan
by Gareth Henderson, Standard Staff

Concerns Abound on Future Meals on Wheels Funding
by Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

Rep. Peter Welch Warns of GOP Budget’s ‘Catastrophic’ Impact
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Sources: 2017 Was Good for Maple Sugaring, Year
by Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

Site Visit Planning in Dog Bite Investigation
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Reading Petition Seeks Re-vote on Act 46 Plan
by Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

Plymouth Votes to Join Unified District
Staff Report

Barnard Committee Hosts Recent Act 46 Forum
by Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

Solar Array Proposed for Waste District Site
Staff Report

Ribbon Cutting Held for New Mon Vert Café Location
by Mary Lee Camp, Business Bits

Governor Scott Marks First 100 Day of New Administration

National Park Seeks Volunteers


SPORTS

Girls Tennis Moves to 3-0
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

OBITUARIES
Charles Handy
Dale Stender
John Blake
John Vergura
Kilborn Church
Lawrence McRae
Miriam Hammond

PHOTO GALLERIES all photo galleries
WUHS Boys Tennis
In the home opener, the Woodstock Union High School boys tennis team took on Burr & Burton Academy, taking the win 6-1.

Kedron Valley Inn, Easter Egg Hunt
Kedron Valley Inn hosted an Easter egg hunt for kids.

Barnard Academy Spring Performance, Tom Sawyer
Barnard held it’s Spring play last week, Tom Sawyer, with original adaptations by teachers Sharon Groblicki & Nancy Boymer.

Reading Bunny Hop
The Reading Recreation Commission hosted a Bunny Hop on Saturday, April 15 at Bartley Field.

Bridgewater Egg Hunt
The Bridgewater Fireman’s Auxiliary put on an Easter Egg Hunt at the former Bridgewater Village School.

Woodstock Elementary School, Show Your Stuff
A talent show titles “Show Your Stuff” presents student of all grades at Woodstock Elementary School.

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