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Audio Postcard: Stannard, Vt
Thursday, 10/04/07
By Steve Zind
With a population of fewer than 200, Caledonia County's smallest town is accustomed to being overlooked. VPR's Steve Zind visited Stannard for our series on what makes Vermont towns unique, and filed this audio postcard.
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Audio Postcard: Rochester, Vt
Wednesday, 10/03/07
By Sarah Ashworth
Our ongoing tour of Vermont towns takes us directly to the middle of the state: to the town of Rochester. "The Green” in the center of town is home to Sunday night concerts all summer long, but the town is alive with music and theater most of the year.
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Audio Postcard from Peru, Vt
Tuesday, 10/02/07
By Susan Keese
Our ongoing tour of Vermont towns takes us today to Peru. Peru has just has 416 residents, according to the last census. It's probably best known for the Bromley Mountain Ski Resort. Local Justice of the Peace Kermit Reilly tells us a little about himself and the town of Peru in this audio postcard.
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Audio Postcard from Lyndonville, Vt
Monday, 10/01/07
Bag Balm, train rides and welded 'junk art' are a few of the things that distinguish the town of Lyndonville. VPR's Charlotte Albright filed this audio postcard for our ongoing series on Vermont towns.
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Audio Postcard: Brunswick
Monday, 12/21/09
By Steve Zind
VPR's Steve Zind visits Brunswick, Vermont, home of six mineral springs once called the "8th Wonder of The World" by Ripley's Believe It Or Not.
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Audio Postcard: Bradford, VT
Monday, 10/26/09
By Steve Zind
Bradford dairy farmer James Wilson produced his globes in the early 1800s.  Today, only a few are in existence, including one at the Bradford Historical Society.   
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Audio Postcard: Town of Sudbury
Tuesday, 06/02/09
By Jane Lindholm
We visit a landmark in the the Rutland County town of Sudbury that is a vestige of the town's history as a vacation destination.
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Audio Postcard: Wardsboro
Wednesday, 05/13/09
By Susan Keese
We continue our series of audio postcards from Vermont towns with a visit to Wardsboro, home of Gladys Bruce. She raises goats and chickens and though she's almost 90, she still finds a lot to keep her busy.
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Audio Postcard: Westminster
Wednesday, 10/29/08
By Susan Keese
Today in our series of post cards from Vermont towns we tag along with a group of local residents on a Sunday hike to the pinnacle in Westminster led by ecologist Tom Wessels.
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Audio Postcard: Old Bennington
Monday, 10/20/08
By Susan Keese
The hillside village of Old Bennington is a popular spot for leaf-peepers. We continue our series of audio postcards from Vermont towns with a visit to the Old First Church that stands there, and the cemetery that dates back to 1761.
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Audio Postcard: Peacham, VT
Wednesday, 10/08/08
By Sarah Ashworth
We continue our series of town postcards with a visit to the foliage festival in Peacham - one of the most picturesque villages in New England.
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Audio Postcard: Swanton, VT
Wednesday, 08/27/08
As part of our ongoing series of audio postcards from Vermont towns, we visit Swanton. We begin by stopping by the village green, which is home to something that no other Vermont town has.
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