This Week’s Headlines, January 11, 2018

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Mason Laplante works intently on a weaving project at ArtisTree in South Pomfret on Tuesday with the weekly Hartland Art Runners group. (Rick Russell Photo)

Top Stories

Marijuana Bill Takes a Big Step Forward
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Dunkin’ Is Off the Table for Sunoco
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Man Denies Charge in Fatal Accident
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Overtime Issue Reaches Boiling Point
by Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

Basketball Captain Blends Business With School Spirit
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Hartland Board Member Resigns After Meeting 
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

EDC Eyes Improvements to Central St. Corridor
By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Passion for Animals Drives Artist’s Career
By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

 

SPORTS

Boys’ Hockey Dominates vs. Hartford
By George Calver, Sport Correspondent

Alpine Team Off to a Good Start
By David Miles, Standard Correspondent

Girls’ Hockey Gets Win Against Brattleboro
By George Calver, Standard Correspondent

 

OBITUARIES – view all obituaries 

Marilyn Wilhelm Obituary, 85
Robert Marsh Obituary, 74
Walter Cluett Obituary, 78
Carol Rogenski Obituary, 63

PHOTO GALLERIES all photo galleries

Photos: Hartland Art Runners at ArtisTree
Photos: WUHS Girls’ Hockey vs. Brattleboro
Photos: WUHS Girls’ Basketball Home Opener
Photos: NWPL Art Opening With Rae Newell

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