Midday Report, August 1, 2006

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Here are the top stories at the noon hour.

Vermont’s utilities ask customers to use electricity carefully on a day when demand could reach an all-time record; the Governor launches a new affordable housing initiative; within the past hour, Dr. Marvin Malek has announced that he’s a candidate for Lieutenant Governor, on the Progressive Party ticket; students attending college in Vermont are getting some help with the announcement that an additional $5.8 million is being added this year to the state’s Higher Education Trust Fund; the newest building at the University of Vermont is attracting some attention from Mother Nature.

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