March 17, 2005 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Under unusually tight security, the Vermont Legislature votes on whether to retain all four sitting justices of the Vermont Supreme Court; it’s Match Day for fourth-year medical students, including 80 students at UVM, who find out which hospitals they’ll be assigned to for their clinical residencies; Representative John Tracy, a Democrat, plans to run for mayor of Burlington; a 97-year-old dam on the Battenkill River in Manchester might be removed; the Fish and Wildlife Department warns that ice fishing shanties must be ashore by the last Sunday in March; a history of Irish immigration to Vermont.

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