September 14, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Voters in today’s Primary Election select which candidates will represent their parties on the general election ballot in November; Governor Jim Douglas outlines his ideas for health care; Killington officials say there will not be another vote on whether to secede from Vermont and join New Hampshire, in spite of a petition that’s circulating; a Charlotte farm seeks a six-month delay in the permit process for expanding its operation; Charles Wiles is the new manager of the Lebanon Airport in New Hampshire; the Vermont Youth Orchestra performs at Carnegie Hall in New York City tonight.

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