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Saturday 28 January 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# vermont

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# christine hallquist
Vermont woman moves step closer to becoming first transgender governor in US
Christine Hallquist has won the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in the US state of Vermont.
# Road Trip
Elderly couple said $330,000-worth of marijuana was for Christmas presents
Patrick and Barbara Jiron brought 27kg of marijuana on a cross-country road trip in the US.
# Happy ending
Montpellier find fitting home for jerseys that were misprinted with just one 'L'
Montpellier were mortified to learn their name had been spelled ‘Montpelier’ on their own jerseys.
# vermont
Man found in raft after mother was lost at sea was suspect in grandfather's killing
Nathan Carman was found after eight days at sea. His mother is presumed to have drowned.
# vermont
Man found alive after 8 days at sea while his mother remains missing
Nathan Carman (22) of Vermont, spent seven days in a four-person, inflatable life raft after his 31-foot aluminium fishing boat sank.
# fly another day
Pierce Brosnan stopped at airport after trying to bring knife on a plane
The Navan born actor was stopped by security.
# vermont
Janitor who held his coat together with safety pins leaves millions to hospital in will
Ronald Read was a secret millionaire.
# mad as hell
Angry farmer is angry; crushes police cars with tractor
“We had nothing to pursue him with,” the local police chief in Vermont said.
# US 2012
Mitt Romney prevails - just about - in not-so-Super Tuesday
Romney tops the poll in six states, but Rick Santorum’s showing – particularly in the key battleground of Ohio – is a strong one.
AS IT HAPPENED
Santorum runs Romney close on dramatic ‘Super Tuesday’
A dramatic night in the race for the Republican Party nomination, and we followed it all the way…
# Super Tuesday
Romney and Santorum prepare to square off in Super Tuesday battles
Voters in 10 US states will today decide on who should be the Republican presidential nominee, with everything to play for.
# iPassport
Man uses iPad to cross US border (or does he?)
Canadian Martin Reisch says a customs officer allowed him to pass into the US with only a scan of his passport on his iPad.
# Anger Management
Woman could face charges after slamming dead raccoon against window
Police in Vermont say the woman left the raccoon’s body outside City Hall before walking off one morning two weeks ago.
# Eat More
Folk artist sued for copyright infringement... by chicken chain
Bo Muller-Moore uses the phrase ‘eat more kale’ – referring to a type of cabbage – to encourage local agriculture. Chick-fil-A isn’t happy.
# occupy
Shooting and suspected suicide at Occupy camps
Police are investigating a fatal shooting just outside the Occupy Oakland encampment in Northern California, as well as the apparent suicide of a veteran at an Occupy camp in Vermont.