Voices in the week’s news: October 24, 2008

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Presidential and gubernatorial candidates weren’t the only ones making news this week.  The Corrections department looked into the cause of a disturbance at the Rutland Jail.  The Sheriff in Orange County created a special unit to investigate sex crimes.  The state says it will expand heating assistance eligibility.  Town clerks urge Vermonters to vote.  Several Vermont officials came out in support a second economic stimulus plan.  And, artist B Amore shows her work at a gallery in Brandon.


These were some of the voices in this week’s news.

State says prison ringleaders to blame for disturbance


Orange County sheriff will create special unit to investigate sex crimes



State says it will expand its low income heating assistance program



Undecided voters in Bristol cite unhappiness with political system



Vt officials push for wide ranging stimulus package



Hands and faces tell stories in Brandon art exhibit


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