Midday Report: June 7, 2005

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour: A veteran public radio executive is the new top man at the Vermont-based Salzburg Seminar; New Mexico, Governor Bill Richardson says Howard Dean is doing a good job as chairman of the National Democratic Party; Beef cattle are a growing part of Vermont’s mix of livestock; Rutland residents are being offered a week of events aimed at promoting physical activity: The Public Service Board says a plan by the town of Rockingham to buy the Bellows Falls hydroelectric station is a good deal.

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