VT delegation hop to double low heating assistance money;
VSAC loans for college students are going down. U.S. Border Patrol
officer fired shots in a scuffle in the woods at the Derby Line; Aabama
authorities file child pornography charges against Brooke Bennett’s former
stepfather; commentator Philip Baruth on life, art and the Pixar film WALL-E.
Law enforcement authorities in the United States and Canada are searching for a car that tried to run down a U.S. Border Patrol agent yesterday in Alburg; Senator Bernie Sanders says he’s using Labor Day to focus on ways to boost the struggling middle class; Former Iowa Congressman Jim Nussle has been nominated by President Bush to be director of the Office of Management and Budget; State officials are promoting a program designed to encourage saving money for college; Vermont State Police say they’ll be working with their counterparts in neighboring New York and New Hampshire over this long holiday weekend.