June 3, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

A national report says Vermont’s children are among the healthiest in the country; plans for a new public safety building in Barre have been put on hold by a neighbor’s appeal of a city permit; International Paper in Ticonderoga has been trying to get a permit for a test burn of tire chips; Governor Jim Douglas will comment on right to farm legislation at his weekly news conference today; Vermont Congressman Bernie Sanders voted with most of his House colleagues to defeat a proposed constitutional amendment laying out a plan to replace House members killed in a terrorist attack; a drawing by Norman Rockwell has fetched more than $14,000 at auction, with the money going to a library’s historical collection in Arlington.

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