Midday Report: Monday, February 16, 2004

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Top stories developing across the listening region at the noon hour:

Howard Dean is trying to keep his presidential campaign alive on the day before the Wisconsin Primary; a burst pipe has workers at the Vermont Secretary of State’s office struggling to save 50 boxes of government records that were damaged by the water; supporters of a plan to create a regional technical academy in Essex are urging voters in 25 northwestern Vermont towns to support the proposal; Vermont State Police continue to investigate the weekend ski accident that killed a 15-year-old girl from Chappaqua, New York; in Montpelier the Legislature is not meeting on this President’s Day, but the work is piling up for the rest of the week.

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