Midday Report: Monday, February 2, 2004

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Williston will decide at Town Meeting whether to continue its local one percent sales tax; Governor Douglas is going to Island Pond to celebrate the first anniversary of a new woodworking facility; state officials have cleared the way for a new medical facility in St. Johnsbury; the Bennington debate over how to assign sixth grade students is to be placed on the Town Meeting Day ballot, over the objections of the school board; on the presidential campaign trail, Howard Dean is trying to salvage a win next Tuesday by campaigning in the southwest.

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