Senior citizens who haven’t had to file a tax return for
years will get reacquainted with the IRS this year; one of the most persistent
critics of the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant is retiring; the Vermont Milk
Co. launched a year and a half ago hoping to put more money into farmers’
Wiretapping attorneys, political fundraising and hospital rates were only some of the stories that caught our attention this week. A college campus dealt with two assaults, California turned its eye to Vermont’s car emissions trial and some home owners felt the pinch of adjusted mortgage rates.
Governor Jim Douglas is making the rounds in Washington today; A new, federally backed program was unveiled in Burlington that may help Vermonters avoid foreclosure. A community forum addressing sexual assaults, takes place at Castleton State College; The state Board of Education recognizes Teacher of the Year.