March 29, 2005 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

The Stowe Electric Department warns developers that a looming power shortage may leave it unable to serve new projects; one of the world’s best known human rights activists speaks this afternoon at the University of Vermont; Central Elementary School in Bellows Falls has reopened after vandals damaged the school this weekend and a teenager crashed a stolen truck through a window on Friday; the Vermont chapter of the National Youth Rights Association is at the Statehouse in support of lowering the state’s drinking age.

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