a certain photograph or a familiar smell can trigger a rush of memories. Other
times it can be a long forgotten song. In
the case of John Stone, a recording he made years ago brought back vivid
memories that illuminate a part of Vermont’s cultural past.
Governor John Lynch has announced the start of an advanced manufacturing
training program, which will provide 150 displaced workers with an accelerated
apprenticeship program and guaranteed jobs in two companies.
A Vermont student
convicted in a cheating scandal in Hanover, New Hampshire has filed an appeal with the New Hampshire Supreme
Jason Hadley of Norwich, Vermont, was convicted last month of being an accomplice to
the theft of final exams that were stolen from the school last June. Another
student, Paul Formella, was found guilty of being an accomplice in November and
appealed his conviction the next month.
State Auditor Tom Salmon is announcing at this hour that he
wants to keep his job for another two years; tens of thousands of small dead
fish are washing up along the shores of Lake Champlain as the weather warms; more…
Nuclear regulators see no environmental reasons to deny Vermont Yankee a license extension, but they’re looking at safety issues; the state prepares for a massive study of its future energy requirements; construction is beginning again on the Bennington Bypass; the company that had been operating the Gilman paper mill along the Connecticut River in northeastern Vermont, has been ordered out of the building and an adjoining hydroelectric plant; police in Hanover, NH are investigating an alleged break-in and test-cheating scheme at Hanover High School.