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  • USDA to purchase excess milk to aid food assistance programs August 16, 2018
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has agreed to purchase the excess milk produced by dairy farmers.On Tuesday the USDA said it will use $50 million to purchase the milk and donate it to food assistance programs across the country, many of which struggle to provide struggling families with a daily serving of milk.The hope is that […]
  • City of Plattsburgh eyes annexation of town land August 10, 2018
    The City of Plattsburgh has its eye on some land in the town of Plattsburgh.Mayor Colin Read said the city plans to annex about 230 acres on the edge of the city. The city has already purchased 42 acres off Rugar Street in the town. Read says the city's Municipal Lighting Department needs an upgrade, and the […]
  • Police remove used syringes found near Franklin County school August 10, 2018
    A Malone, New York, woman says she and her boyfriend found eight syringes across the street from an elementary school Wednesday.Barbara Vasquez says they discovered the syringes, which contained a liquid, at the base of a tree on East Main Street."My boyfriend's the one that spotted it and he called the cops," she said.-Malone Police […]
  • Maximum security prison near Vermont border on lockdown August 9, 2018
    A gang fight involving about two dozen inmates at a maximum-security prison in New York near the Vermont border has forced officials to confine about 1,400 to their cells.A spokesman for the state Department of Corrections and Community Services confirmed the lockdown, but didn’t have any additional information.Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he was headed to […]
  • New York Rep. Chris Collins surrenders on insider-trading charges August 8, 2018
    On June 22, 2017 Rep. Chris Collins, R-NY, was at the White House for the annual Congressional picnic when he received an email.The chief executive of Innate Immunotherapeutics had “bad news to report,” according to court records. A multiple sclerosis drug the Australian firm had been developing failed a clinical test.Collins, who served on the […]

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  • Top UVM Medical Center execs saw pay go up average of 9% August 16, 2018
    Financial documents released by the University of Vermont Medical Center on Wednesday showed that the 10 highest-paid executives received more than $9.1 million in total compensation in 2016.According to the hospital's fiscal year 2017 Form 990, which tax-exempt organizations are required to file with the Internal Revenue Service, that total included more than $2.7 million in […]
    Brian Wallstin
  • Orleans County Fair 2018 kicks off August 16, 2018
    As many as 18,000 people are expected to attend the 151st Orleans County Fair this year.The five-day event will feature animal exhibits, shows, fair rides and loads of live entertainment.Mike Tetreault, past president of the fair, spear headed the ‘Dairy on the Moove' program and explains the cheese trailer that travels to fairs all across Vermont."Dairy […]
    Spencer Thomas
  • Despite drought, most Vermont Christmas trees are doing well August 16, 2018
    The hot and dry weather continues, along with drought conditions, across Vermont and New York's North Country.The dry weather has left many farmers frustrated, worried about their crops and bottom line.On Wednesday, Tom Lang, a co-owner of Balsam Acres in Worcester, was trimming and shaping Christmas trees on the farm, which started in the 1960s."We planted just […]
    Torrance Gaucher
  • Vermont makes history again by nominating Hallquist for governor August 16, 2018
    Vermont's primary election was on the national stage Tuesday night after Democratic voters nominated the first transgender candidate for governor."We are going to win in November, I promise you," said Christine Hallquist, who defeated four other candidates in the Vermont primary, to a crowd of cheering supporters.Keith Goslant, liaison for LGBTQI Alliance of Vermont, said the […]
    Spencer Conlin
  • This Place in History: Abby Maria Hemenway August 16, 2018
    LUDLOW, Vt.At 'This Place in History', we're in Ludlow with Executive Director of the Vermont Historical Society Steve Perkins. "We're going to talk about Abby Maria Hemenway, one of Vermont's most famous and important 19th century historians. She was [born in Ludlow] in 1828 on a farm up the hill, and later on the family lived here in […]
    Amanda Thibault

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