Behind The Scenes
31Jan/130

Budget for Feb. 1, 2013 edition

Here's what the newsroom staff is working on for the Feb. 1, 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: Exterior of The Works

JON: Love letters. Local artist opens site and wants people to write
1,000 love letters between now and Valentines Day. with pix from
Zach. Should run on Friday’s paper since it opens during Gallery
Walk. w/pix

Chris: Jamaica property owners shown options for going through with
buyouts
Chris: Amy Werner update
Chris: Mount Snow Academy student makes finals at USASA Rail Jam at
Winter X Games w/pix
Chris: Dover man’s father worked with the Reformer, Brattleboro and
Southern Vermont w/pix
Chris: 80 percent of funds for Dover marketing initiative allocated
Chris: New bakery in Bratt to open in February w/pix

Dom: How N.H. schools responded to Brattleboro threat
Dom: Fire destroys barn in Spofford, N.H.
Dom: Grammar school luncheon preview (2/9)
Dom: First-person narrative about Greater Falls Warming Shelter
volunteer training session w/pix
Dom: HCRS Brattleboro Crisis Care Center
Dom: Hinsdale church celebrates 250th w/pix

Howard: Bratt Town Plan inches closer
Howard: Archery deal is dead file pix?
Howard: PLEASE publish soon MONDAY NIGHT MEETING Putney to hold
pre-Town Meeting sherrif info meeting next week.

Mike: Guilford school board meets today to decide on middle-school
question.
Mike: Independent review finds that proposed South Newfane AT&T tower
“would not result in undue adverse visual impacts.”

Bob: VT PSB NEC and CPG

Staff: Around Windham County
Staff: BAAH offers mobile home loans

Column: Homeyer
AP: N.H. rescue fees
DFM: “sandwich generation”

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