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WTSA News For Your Thursday May 12:


WTSA News For Your Thursday May 12:

A Vernon man remains behind bars after pleading not guilty to killing his mother in an inheritance scheme. Nathan Carman, 28, was arrested at his home on Tuesday. An 8-count federal indictment includes charges of allegedly killing his mother Linda, while the two were on a fishing trip in 2016, and then of financial wrongdoing related to the estate of his late grandfather. -dad.

As the US Senate prepares for a procedural vote on an abortion rights bill. Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy talks about protecting a woman’s right of choice. Leahy says every woman’s right to receive the health care she chooses and seeks should be important to all of us. The bill failed to get the necessary votes, and Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire said now It’s time for us to stand up and make it clear that politicians have no place to interfere in the most intimate and private decisions a woman can make.

Vermont health insurance plans will begin covering hearing aids in 2024. Vermont Governor Phil Scott announced Wednesday that he has signed the bill, which will cover plans through the exchange state health insurance, most private insurers and prescription drugs. Self-insurance plans and the federal Medicare program would not be subject to the new law. The coverage would allow for one new hearing aid per ear every three years.

The fourth installment of 2021 Brattleboro estate and property taxes will be due May 16, 2022. Payments made after May 16, 2022 will have an additional 1% interest, as well as an 8% penalty added to the outstanding balance. Brattleboro utility bills are also due May 16, 2022. Payments made after May 16, 2022 will incur an additional 1% interest, plus an 8% penalty added to the outstanding balance. Payments can be mailed to the City of Brattleboro, 230 Main Street, Suite 111, Brattleboro VT 05301. An official postmark of May 16, 2022 will be considered payment on time. Payments can also be made by dropping an envelope containing your check (no cash) in a locked “mailbox” in the parking lot behind the Civic Center.

The Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive, the largest one-day food drive in the United States, is back this year. The campaign is organized by the National Association of Letter Carriers and supported by other postal unions and the US Postal Service. On Saturday, May 14, letter carriers from Brattleboro, Putney, Vernon and Dummerston will join carriers across the country in once again collecting food to fill local pantries. Neighbors are asked to leave a bag of non-perishable food near their mailbox.

Representatives of the Vermont National Guard and the Republic of Austria officially entered into a partnership. Over the next few years, the two militaries plan to conduct numerous exchanges to improve each other in areas such as cyber defense, information operations, military mountaineering, and humanitarian response and disaster assistance. disaster. Since 1993, the National Guard State Partnership Program has linked more than 90 countries to the respective national guards. In October 2021, the Department of Defense officially notified the Vermont National Guard of its selection to partner with the Republic of Austria, making Vermont one of five states with three state partnerships.



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The Milwaukee Bucks came back from a 4and 14-point deficit to beat the Celtics 110-107 in Game 5 of their play-off series. Jayson Tatum led Boston in scoring with 34 points as the series returns to Milwaukee for Game 6 on Friday.

Orlando Arcia hit a home run as the Braves beat the Red Sox Wednesday 5-3. Boston has the day off before starting a series in Texas against the Rangers on Friday.

Gleyber Torres had 5 RBIs leading the Yankees ahead of the Blue Jays on Wednesday, 5-3. The Yankees are in Chicago tonight, the first pitch against the White Sox is at 8:10.