Midday Report – June 1, 2005

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

The stakes get higher as Vermont political figures maneuver toward health care reform and adjournment; the new interim superintendent at the Springfield prison plans to recruit at least ten new correctional officers; New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton was in Plattsburgh this morning; eaglets will be released from their nest boxes tomorrow as part of an eagle breeding program; the Fish and Wildlife Board meets this evening to take a second look at the deer herd management rules it endorsed in April; a new name is added to the Veterans’ Memorial Bridge in Littleton, New Hampshire.

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