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Bill would aid country stores

By Alan Wirzbicki
Globe Correspondent / May 15, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- For about 150 years, the Wayside Country Store in West Arlington, Vt., has sold flour, ammunition, and almost anything else locals need. But lately, the owner, 71-year-old Doug Tschorn, has noticed that some townspeople are bypassing his crammed shelves and driving to nearby Bennington. (Full article: 527 words)

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