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Middlebury College employee wins Eagle's 2015 Grand Prize

Congratulations to Stephen Santor, a resident of Leiceter and Middlebury College employee. Santor won the 2015 Vermont Eagle Grand Prize. He found the $1,000 certificate in the hollow of a tree located in Monkton.

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E-mails reveal complete streets battle over Rutland City road grant

Vermont Watchdog Report

Officials in Rutland just want to fix a failing road at an affordable price. They might not be able to, if complete streets advocates get their way. According to leaders at the city’s Department of Public Works, Dorr Drive should be rebuilt as is.

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Vermont driver’s privilege card fraud spreads to foreign countries

Vermont Watchdog Report

An investigation into fraudulent applications for Vermont driver’s privilege cards has spread to foreign countries, according to the commissioner of the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles.

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Waitsfield bank robbed—again!

Vermont State Police detectives arrived on the scene of another armed bank robbery in Waitsfield at the Northfield Savings Bank.

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Look out Hillary: Socialist Sanders to run as Democrat for U.S. President

Sources say announcement today

According to various sources, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.)will announce that he is running for President of the United States as a Democrat.

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Two deaths in Hinesburg crash

A Champlain Valley Union High School senior and a bicyclist are dead following a late morning crash on Vermont Route 116 April 26.

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Couple sought in check fraud case

Vermont State Police investigators at the New Haven Barracks are seeking help to identify two individuals associated with a fraud case involving forged bank checks. This case involves several incidents of forged bank checks occurring between March 31 and April 6 in the Rutland area.

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Phoenix Books signs lease for downtown Rutland store

The next chapter in Rutland’s story of revitalization will include an independent downtown bookstore, as Phoenix Books has signed a five-year lease on a portion of the former Lake Sunapee Bank building, owned by MKF Properties.

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Some refuse treatment for TB in Charlotte

Fewer than five people linked with Charlotte Central School who tested positive for tuberculosis earlier this year are refusing treatment. State Epidemiologist Patsy Kelso declined to say whether the people in that group were children or adults, citing privacy concerns.

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$100,000 lottery ticket sold in Middlebury

A Vermont Lottery top-prize winning ticket worth $100,000 was sold in the Gimme 5 draw game’s April 8 drawing.

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More TB cases at Charlotte Central School

Three more students at Charlotte Central School had positive skin tests evaluated by Health Department nurses during the final round of screening clinics held March 30 through April 3.

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Vermont vs. Indiana over travel ban

Vermont Watchdog Report

While Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin and members of the House of Representatives moved this week to intimidate states with religious freedom protections, prominent spokesmen of America’s Muslim community defended Indiana and similar states.

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No April Fools: Middlebury grocery store closing April 1

Greg’s Meat Market is closing its doors at the end of business April 1.

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Vermont repeats annual overspending ritual with House-approved budget

Vermont Watchdog Report

The Vermont House of Representatives on Thursday voted for a budget plan that praises sustainable spending but violates it yet another year.

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Vermont Senate approves controversial gun control bill

Vermont Watchdog Report

A controversial bill that bans violent felons and mentally ill Vermonters from possessing a firearm passed a preliminary vote of 20 to 8 in the Senate on Wednesday.

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