Midday Report – May 12, 2005

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour: Vermont Air National Guard officials are anxiously awaiting word on whether their base at the Burlington International Airport will be closed; there’s a difference of opinion on how many new jobs Vermont’s economy will produce in the next few months; there’s a high danger for fires today in Vermont and New Hampshire; Vermont’s retiring Independent Senator sat down with VPR’s Bob Kinzel for an exclusive interview; Governor, Jim Douglas and his wife, Dorothy are among about 150 people who slept over at the White House or at Camp David last year.

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