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Budget for Jan. 25, 2013 edition

Here's what the newsroom staff is working on for the Jan. 25, 2013 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 news@reformer.com).

Photos: Wedding fair preview pic

Chris: Fire in Brattleboro
Chris: Halifax Selectboard talks with Whitingham Ambulance Services
Chris: Bi-towns goals set
Chris: 80 percent of funds for Dover marketing initiative allocated
Chris: New bakery in Bratt to open in February w/pix
Chris: Wilmington Zoning Administrator talks about possible
re-appointment

Dom: Drug drop box in Brattleboro/at Windham Sheriff’s Office w/pix
Dom: First-person narrative about Greater Falls Warming Shelter
volunteer training session w/pix
Dom: public meeting about The Island
Dom: Anti-wind article in Grafton Town Warrant

Howard: Bratt residents will vote on energy plan

Mike: N.H. man sentenced to six to 30 years in prison for BF bank
robbery and calling in a false report of school violence to divert
police. Also sentenced for aiding in Bratt gas station holdup.
Mike: BF burglar, after being given a “last chance” for treatment a
few weeks ago, is on the run and wanted in connection with another
crime.
Mike: Cersosimo says there are controls in place to prevent another
fire like Thursday’s bark-pile fire at Vermont Mulch Co. that tied up
firefighters for 13 hours.
Mike: Leland and Gray proposed budget up about 4 percent.

Bob: Putney Jewelry Thief Sentenced

Staff: Town openings
Staff: Police Log
Staff: Around Windham County

Column: Homeyer
AP:Vermont budget
DFM: Do presidents need third term?

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