Here's what the newsroom staff is working on for the Dec. 19, 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.
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Chris: Jamaica Water Street land owners denied buy-out by FEMA
Chris: Investigators looking into unauthorized construction on
National Forest trail (submitted pic in “Bob’s Photos”)
Chris: Stop Teen Alcohol Risk Team conducting special underage
Chris: A look at the DRB process in Wilmington and Brattleboro
Chris: Dover School looking into International Baccalaureate
feasibility study to possibly help improve “international mindsets”
Chris: Do-It Marketing program applauded and questioned by Dover
Dom: Hinsdale Planning Board to discuss OTB
Dom: Walpole residents unhappy with planning board
Howard: Retreat union ratifies contract
Howard: BDCC Director Jeff Lewis step down (headshot of Pat Moulton
in “Bob’s Photo”, do we have a file photo of Jeff Lewis?)
Howard: Bratt Selectboard (approves budget?)
Howard: West Bratt Assos. recognized BHA
Howard: Christmas breakfast preview w/file pic
Howard: Aldi’s plan still moving forward, though they are waiting
until spring to start w/file pic
Mike: Vernon now having problems with a second police cruiser -
discussion of how the town can afford to replace vehicles.
Mike: Brattleboro man sentenced for sexual assault of a child.
Mike: Dummerston, Southeast VT Learning Collaborative strike deal in
Cassidy: BUHS profile w/pic
Palm Beach: BUHS grad wins food event w/pic
Staff: Christmas Stocking
Staff: Long Term recovery funds still available
Staff: DOH offers free whooping cough vaccinations Wednesday MUST
AP: Small indulgences
AP: Leahy / U.S. Senate
DFM: Shooting update?