State police say the tractor-trailer was
carrying about 8,000 gallons of milk when it went off a road Sunday morning and
crashed into a drainage ditch in Swanton, close to the Canadian border. The
tank ruptured, sending most of the milk into the ditch.
dairy farmers are another step closer to being able to sell more raw milk.
yesterday gave final approval to a bill to raise the limit on raw,
unpasteurized milk sales from 25 to 50 quarts a day.
Attorney General Bill Sorrell has completed a study about
law enforcement’s use of Tasers and other non-deadly force; researchers say
children need the vitamins and minerals in milk, and they’re more likely to
drink it if it’s flavored with chocolate; more…
Here are the top stories at 7:30 a.m.:
lawmakers are concerned that progress has all but stalled in the state’s
efforts to close the Vermont State Hospital; A University of Vermont researcher has some advice for parents and school administrators:
Encourage kids to drink milk, even if it requires a spoonful of sugar to make
it go down;
Fraser Papers says
it won’t have to lay off as many workers at its Gorham,
New Hampshire mill next week as had been planned.