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Public Post: Community Solar, Tobacco Litter, Dam Repair

By Amy Kolb Noyes and Mitch Wertlieb

Voters in Stowe and Hyde Park Village vote to pursue community solar projects. Windsor students tackle tobacco litter in their town. Three towns vote to support replacing a dam at Lake

Lamoille County Program Fights Truancy With Social Work And Prevention

Lamoille County Program Fights Truancy With Social Work And Prevention

By Charlotte Albright

Truancy — skipping school — is a perennial problem, especially toward the end of the school year. Poor attendance sets kids back academically and can mask dysfunction

Vermont Reads 2015: The Enduring Value Of Storytelling

Vermont Reads 2015: The Enduring Value Of Storytelling

By Mitch Wertlieb , Steve Zind and Kathryn Stearns

This week, we're considering the role of storytelling for Vermont Reads, the Vermont Humanities Council's state-wide reading program. This year's book is Haroun and the Sea of Stories

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Not Your Old School Manufacturing

Not Your Old School Manufacturing

By Jane Lindholm and Ric Cengeri

Traditionally, when we think of manufacturing, images of the dirt and danger of heavy industry are conjured. It's also thought of as a declining industry.

'I Am Proud To Announce My Candidacy'

By Bob Kinzel and Patti Daniels

On a hot, sunny Tuesday evening,  Senator Bernie Sanders said the words that 5,000 supporters had gathered to hear: he is running for president of the United States.  Sanders addressed 14 policy areas in his announcement

Phil Scott Reflects On The Legislative Session

By Jane Lindholm and Ric Cengeri

The recent legislative session ended with a flurry as the budget was approved. During the session a clean water bill was passed, as well as an education bill and an economic development bill.

So Many Books, So Little Time

By Jane Lindholm and Patti Daniels

Long summer days seem to welcome every genre of literature -- from page-turning mysteries, to breezy romances, to classics that feel like old friends. On the next Vermont Edition, it's our summer book show!

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Hastert Due To Be Arraigned Next Week

Hastert Due To Be Arraigned Next Week

Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert was due to be arraigned in federal court next week on charges he paid hush money — reportedly to keep silent allegations of sexual abuse that date from his days as

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Greene: Small Cheese

According to the Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund, or VSJF - small food producers are the fastest growing manufacturing sector in Vermont. Go to any farmers’

Labun Jordan: Everyone's a Critic

There’s a fancy restaurant in Quebec, which will remain nameless, that recently served me a poorly prepared omelet. And I was okay with it.

Krupp: Riparian Buffers

The Intervale Conservation Nursery in Burlington was founded in 2002 and is dedicated to growing native, locally sourced trees and shrubs for riparian

Dunsmore: Nuclear Iran Update

The upsurge of Middle East violence in recent days - particularly the latest battlefield successes of the extremist group Islamic State - has tended to

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