This Week’s Headlines, December 7, 2017

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Finley Matheson, 1 of Quechee, crawls out of the gingerbread house on display inside the Woodstock Inn and Resort. (Rick Russell Photo)

Top Stories

Strike Up the Band! – Wassail Parade Gets Musical
By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Welch: Tax Bill ‘Devastating’ for Vermont
By Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

Plea Deal Reached in Fatal Crash
By Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Board Grapples With Three Corners Project
By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Mascoma, Standard Provide Wassail Smartphone App
Staff Report

SPORTS

WUHS Girls’ Hockey Squad Looking Strong
By George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Boys’ Hockey Team Ready to Take on Season
By George Calver, Standard Correspondent

OBITUARIES
Charles Long
Claire Carpenter
Edward Taylor
Frederick Holroyd
Gordon Therrien
Roberta Mathieu
William Rikert

PHOTO GALLERIES all photo galleries

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Yoh Theater
The end of the year performance by the Woodstock Union High School’s Yoh Players was ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’.

Thompson Center Cookie Walk
The Thompson Senior Center held its annual Holiday Cookie Walk on Saturday, Dec. 2.

Coolidge Site Holiday Open House
The Calvin Coolidge Historic Site in Plymouth, held its annual Holiday Open House with crafts, activities, demonstrations and wagon rides.

Freelance Family Singers Holiday Concert
The annual Holiday performances by the Freelance Family Singers were held on Dec. 2 and 3.

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