Here's what the newsroom staff is working on for the Sept. 18, 2012 edition of the Reformer. Please note: Just because it appears on this budget, doesn't mean it will run in tomorrow's newspaper — some stories will be held to get complete information; some stories may be dropped completely. Stories might be held for space, or other timing considerations. Also, breaking stories may not appear on this budget.
If you have any information that could be useful to any of these stories, we'd love to hear from you (call 802-254-2311 ext. 7 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org).
Dom: Hinsdale bridge update w/pix
Dom: EPA brown fields grants
Dom: Connecticut River Paddle Battle preview
Dom: One victim/witness coordinator position cut in Cheshire County
Howard: BUHS student going to Middle East w/pix
Howard: DRB meeting tonight
Josh: Update on Gagnon trial - brief about the former Bratt Co-op
employee who allegedly shot and killed his boss last August.
Josh: Local teacher earns early education award w/sub pix in
Josh: Marlboro Graduate Center profiles w/sub pix
Josh: Vt wine and harvest festival in Deerfield Valley preview
Josh: Walk for animals preview
Mike: Four remaining towns in RED study committee will meet at Leland
and Gray to determine next steps after Windham backed out of the
Mike: Open house scheduled for Guilford Country Store; volunteer work
and fundraising continues.
Mike: Vermont Woods Studios expending into a 200-year-old home in
Vernon - the former Pine Top ski area. w/pix sent to news@reformer
Staff: Retreat gala w/pic
Staff: Police log (x2)