This Week’s Headlines, Thursday, February 8, 2018

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Aaron Hodge of Woodstock, part of the snowmaking team at Suicide Six, marches up the mountain during the Tubbs Snowshoes 3rd Annual Face Race on Saturday, donning some Braveheart-like face paint. (Rick Russell Photo)

Top Stories

Vermont Gun Bills Ignite Debate
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Catamount Ruled Extinct; Old Sighting Reports Persist
by Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

Proposal Tackles Wood Heating, Forestry Issues
By Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

New Game Announcer Gets Assist From Longtime Newsman
by Michelle Fountain, Standard Correspondent

Patsy Mathews Remembered as Unshakably Strong
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Adventurer Tells Story of Canoe Trip Down the Connecticut 
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Wastewater Plan, Grant Top Bridgewater Board’s Discussion
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

 

SPORTS

Alpine Skiers Get Multiple Top-Ten Finishes
By David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Boys’ Hockey Team Ties Colchester
By George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Nordic Team Gets Solid Results at Second Home Race
By George Calver, Standard Correspondent

 

OBITUARIES – view all obituaries 

William “Bill” Campbell Obituary, 90
Robert Rand Jr. Obituary, 65
John Cowdrey Obituary, 72

 

PHOTO GALLERIES all photo galleries

Photos: Annual Face Race at Suicide Six

Photos: Valentine-Making at Waldorf School 

Photos: Snowboarding Team’s First Home Race

 

 

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