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Budget for Feb. 15, 2013 edition

Here's what the newsroom staff is working on for the Feb. 15, 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: Ice Skating
photos: Painter

Jon: MUST. Our Town Grant. Committee implementing NEA Our Town Grant
in Brattleboro holding session on Saturday to gather public input on
just what Brattleboro’s arts community is. with pretty neat poster
graphic in daily photos under 2x15 our town grant poster. Should run
Friday, if possible, since meeting is Saturday.

Chris: Vow renewal on top of Mt. Snow w/pix
Chris: Brattleboro 1 billion rising
Chris: Wilmington Planning Commission updates zoning amendment and
map w/pix
Chris: New gardening facility in Jamaica w/pix
Chris: Dover events discussion
Chris: “Living Social” expands business in Deerfield Valley

Dom: McNary family in Washington w/pix
Dom: Special BFUHS School Board meeting about stadium lights w/file
pix
Dom: The RISE pilot program has started
Dom: Pure Water for the World gets $150,000 grant
Dom: VetCorps chapter in Hinsdale

Howard: Cycling safety (in Brattleboro) w/pix

Mike: L&G voters approve budget, but officials are concerned about
declining participation.
Mike: Grant will get new West River Valley Thrives coalition off the
ground.
Mike: BUHS students in new mentoring program w/pix

Bob: CHSVT closing campuses, Part 2

Staff: Snowmobile safety check in Grafton
Staff: Around the County

Column: Homeyer
AP: Shumlin’s education plan
DFM: Unheathy food habits

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