Midday Report – April 19, 2005

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour: Vermont’s 150,000 Catholics will have a new bishop by the end of the day; Farmers march on the statehouse to make a point about genetically modified seeds; Remembering a railroad legend; Residents of Brattleboro at odds with Select Board on filling a vacant seat; Governor Jim Douglas announces new community development grants; Alstead, New Hampshire officials are looking into reports of money missing from the town’s ambulance association.

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