Midday Report – June 21, 2005

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Saxton’s River trustees ask the town to vote on its support for Rockingham’s purchase of a hydroelectric dam; the capital murder trial of Donald Fell continues at the federal courthouse in Burlington today; former Vermont Supreme Court Justice James Morse has set a date for his retirement from state government; Burlington may crack down on gardening in green strips between sidewalks and streets; o this day in 1788, New Hampshire ratified the U.S. Constitution; the summer solstice coincides with a full moon.

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