Midday Newscast: February 9, 2009

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A teacher in the Northeast Kingdom has been accused of proselytizing in the classroom – and retaliating against students who complained; Central Vermont Public Service announced plans to build the first major solar project in Vermont to feed energy exclusively onto the power grid; Vermont lawmakers will consider a bill that would extend workers’ compensation to cover mental and emotional problems suffered on the job; a lost skier and a snowboarder were rescued in separate incidents this weekend after going off marked trails at Killington ski area; Vermont State Treasurer Jeb Spaulding says he won’t be running for governor next year.

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