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Vermont's Johnson State College cuts 5 positions

JOHNSON, Vt. (AP) Officials at Vermont's Johnson State College say they're cutting five staff positions and reducing eight others to help eliminate a $1.5 million gap in the 2015 budget.

The college says five full-time administrative and service positions have been cut. In addition, seven positions have been scaled back to 80 percent of full time, and another has been converted to half time.

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The reductions will save about $450,000 in salaries and benefits next year.

Johnson State College President Barbara Murphy says the cuts are "painful and difficult."

She says the reductions are in response to a dip in enrollment and flat financial support from the state of Vermont. She says colleges throughout Vermont and the nation are facing similar challenges.

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