This Week’s Headlines, September 21, 2017

This Week's Headlines

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Community Rallies to Help Local Artist After Burglary

by Gareth Henderson, Standard Staff

Paedra Bramhall Studio
Shown here is the recent damage from a September 9 burglary and vandalism at Paedra Bramhall’s studio in Bridgewater. (Photo Provided)

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Teens Escape Truck Plunge – read more
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Australian Ballot to Decide Bandstand
by Michelle Fountain, Standard Correspondent

Area Steps Up for Hurricane Relief
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Region’s Newest School Board Sworn In
by Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

ArtisTree Presents ‘Godspell’ Through Oct. 1

Mike Donoghue Wins Award for Support of Student Journalists
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Woodstock Field Hockey
Woodstock Union High School field hockey took on Windsor at home ending in a 3-1 loss.
(Rick Russell Photos) – click for more photo of WUHS Sports
Football Rolls to 43-6 Win
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Girls’ Soccer Defeats Oxbow
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Boys’ Soccer Ties Northfield
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Woodstock Field Hockey Nets 2-2 Tie vs Hartford
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

25th Annual Vermont 50 Race is This Sunday
by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor

Jane Kendall
Mary Page
Raymond Vashaw

PHOTO GALLERIES all photo galleries

Reading Library Letters – Revitalized
The newly restored gold leaf letters of the Reading Library were installed on Thursday, Sept. 14.

Gravelle’s Grinder Trail Work Day, Ascutney Trails
The group, Sport Trails of the Ascutney Basin (STAB) led an effort on Saturday, September 16, to build the newest addition to the Ascutney Trials network, called “Gravelle’s Grinder.”

Mike Bell, Chase Gravelle and Liz Galloway help clear a new trail as part of the Ascutney Trails network. (Rick Russell Photo)

Coon Club Wild Game Supper, 2017
The annual Wild Game Supper at the Coon Club in Windsor was held on Saturday, September 16.

WUHS Sports; Field Hockey, Football, Golf Week of 9.21.17

The Hobbit, Presented by Pentangle Arts
Pentangle Arts’ first performance on its “Youth in Arts” series, welcomed “The Hobbit,” by the Randolph-based duo of Barbara Paulson and Dan Bainski of the No Strings Marionette Company.

NEFAH Golf Fundraising Tournament
The ninth annual New England Foundation for Animal Health (NEFAH) golf tournament was held on Sunday, September 16 at the Woodstock Country Club.

Billings Farm, with Master Potter Rick Hamelin
On Saturday, Sept. 16, the traditional crafts Saturday program at Billings Farm and Museum featured American handmade redware pottery with Master Potter Rick Hamelin of Warren Mass.

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