This Week’s Headlines, August 3, 2017

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Thank-You Kiss

Hiroki Ito, 10 from Newark, NJ gets a kiss from his heifer after bring her fresh water during the Farm to City Kids program at Spring Brook Farm in Reading, Vermont. (Nancy Nutile-McMenemy Photo)

Top Stories
New Owners Take Reins at South Woodstock Store
by Michelle Fountain, Standard Correspondent

Chief: Fraud is Constant Issue
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

West Nile Virus Found in Region
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

New Principal, Teachers Hired in Barnard
by Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

Local Veteran to Appear in Ken Burns Film
by Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

Two Sisters’ Careers Are Closely Linked
by Michelle Fountain, Standard Correspondent

Group Unveils Finalized East End Park Plans
by Michelle Fountain, Standard Correspondent

Swim Team Moves Up in Districts
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent


CommittalKristen Gehlbach
Diane Willett
Donald Rafus
John Mears
Mary Larmie
Mary Wilmot
Phyllis Harrington
Stephen Halley
Teresa Astbury

PHOTO GALLERIES all photo galleries
5th Annual Democrats Kickball and Barbecue
On a beautiful Sunday in July, Windsor County and Orange County Democrats gathered to challenged each other to a friendly, yet competitive game of Kickball at North Hartland Lake.

Bookstock, 2017
Three days of events were held at Bookstock, the Green Mountain Festival of Words in Woodstock, Vermont. Vendors, exhibitors, performances, speakers as well as a used book sale and activities were all part of the festivities.

Pentangle, Summerstock 2017
A performance of young artists involved in Pentangle’s Summer Stock Performing Arts Camp was held on Saturday at the Woodstock Town Hall Theater.

Unbound VII, ArtisTree Exhibit
An annual part of the Bookstock Weekend of events held in Woodstock., this exhibit celebrates the written work in the form of art.

Summer Camp at Spring Brook Farm, 2017
Farms for City Kids is a program hosted at Spring Brook Farm on Caper Hill Rd. in Reading. The week long “camp” gives urban children a chance to experience life on a farm.

WUHS Boys Soccer Car Wash
A car wash was held last Saturday in West Woodstock to raise money for the Woodstock Union High School soccer team.

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