Midday Report – July 28, 2006

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Central Vermont Public Service announces plans to buy the southern territory of Vermont Electric Cooperative; anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan has cancelled a scheduled visit to Vermont this weekend; Terry Gildea reports on Senator Leahy’s testimony on the Freedom of Information Act; former Vermont Governor Howard Dean raises some eyebrows with a couple of comments he made at an appearance in Florida; University of Vermont President Daniel Fogel says it could be two months before he returns to his job while he recovers from pancreatitis; Middlebury College compares what students brought with them to campus in 1995 and now.

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