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Kearney Brings Home Gold
Monday, 02/15/10
Hannah Kearney of Norwich has won the first U.S. gold medal of the Vancouver Olympics, taking the women's moguls Saturday night.
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Schools Raise Money For Vermont-Based Haitian Project
Monday, 02/08/10
By Susan Keese
Images of earthquake-ravaged Haiti have inspired kids in schools all over the country to find ways to help.  At Green Street School in Brattleboro, a partnership with a school in Haiti adds a personal connection to the relief effort.
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VT Edition: World Music Label Cumbancha
Monday, 01/25/10
By Steve Zind
VPR's Steve Zind talks with the founder and president of Cumbancha, Jacob Edgar about marketing world music..
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VT Edition: NE Survivors of Torture And Trauma
Thursday, 01/21/10
By Jane Lindholm
VPR's Jane Lindholm talks with Patrick Giantonio and Karen Fondacaro about a collaboration called NESTT (New England Survivors Of Torture And Trauma) which is working with asylum seekers who've been traumatized by their experiences.
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VT Edition: VT & The Global Market
Thursday, 01/21/10
By Jane Lindholm
VPR's Jane Lindholm talks with Ali Sarafzade, the new Director of the Vermont Global Trade Partnership about how much trade there is between Vermont businesses and overseas markets and what the potential is for the future.
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VPR Presents
VPR Presents Peter Galbraith
Thursday, 01/14/10
Former US envoy to the United Nations mission in Afghanistan and Vermonter Peter Galbraith asks whether US involvement is necessary.
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Joint Chiefs Of Staff Chairman Helps Send Off Vermont National Guard
Friday, 01/08/10
By Steve Zind
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was in Vermont this morning, attending a send-off ceremony for 200 members of the Vermont National Guard.
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VT Edition: Canada in 2009
Tuesday, 12/29/09
By Steve Zind
VPR's Steve Zind talks with Dr. Paul Martin, Director of the University of Vermont's Canadian Studies Program and Jeffrey Ayres and Chair of the Political Science Department from St. Michaels College about top Canadian news stories of 2009.
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Population Media Center Wins Award
Tuesday, 12/29/09
By Mitch Wertlieb
A non-profit located in Vermont has been honored for its work making a difference in some two dozen countries around the world. The Shelburne-based Population Media Center recently received a Peter F. Drucker Award granted to social organizations that demonstrate innovation and positive change in peoples' lives.
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Vermont Edition
A Canadian Year-In-Review
Tuesday, 12/29/09
By Steve Zind
We discuss the top stories in Canadian news in 2009.
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VPR News
VT Edition: Observing The Copenhagen Climate Talks
Wednesday, 12/16/09
VPR's Jane Lindholm talks with Professor Teresa Clemmer about what a delegation of students and professors are learning at the climate change talks.
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VT Edition: Brigadier General John Farnham
Tuesday, 12/08/09
By Jane Lindholm
VPR's Jane Lindholm talks with Brigadier General Jonathan Farnham, who will be heading up the newly created Afghan National Security Forces Development Assistance Bureau about his new post.
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President Obama Addresses The Nation On Afghanistan
Tuesday, 12/01/09
VPR broadcast live President Obama's address to the nation on Tuesday December 1 at 8.  He announced his plan for the future of American forces in Afghanistan.
Commentaries
Mares: The History Of The Balkans
Thursday, 11/19/09
Commentator Bill Mares, a former high school history teacher, recently visited the Balkans and reflects on the history of the region - as he once taught it.
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Welch Stresses Diplomacy On Pakistan Trip
Friday, 11/13/09
By Ross Sneyd
Congressman Peter Welch is in Pakistan this week to meet with government leaders, diplomats and nongovernmental organizations in the region.
Vermont Edition
Sarah Chayes On Afghanistan
Monday, 11/16/09
By Jane Lindholm
We'll talk with former NPR reporter Sarah Chayes about her work in Afghanistan. Also, we hear from State Auditor Tom Salmon about his recent DUI arrest.
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VT Edition: The Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan
Monday, 11/09/09
By Steve Zind
VPR's Steve Zind talks with Zoya, author of the book Zoya's Story: An Afghan Woman's Struggle for Freedom, about working with the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan.
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VT Edition: Captain Richard Phillips
Thursday, 10/15/09
By Jane Lindholm
VPR's Jane Lindholm talks with Captain Richard Phillips and fellow Merchant Marine Michael Willard, about Phillips ordeal with pirates off the coast of Somalia.
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VT Edition: Dan Fogel on UVM finances
Friday, 10/09/09
By Bob Kinzel
VPR's Bob Kinzel talks with UVM President Dan Fogel about how the university has dealt with financial concerns, and whether Vermont students are being priced out of higher education opportunities at UVM.
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UN envoy Galbraith removed from post
Wednesday, 09/30/09
By Jane Lindholm
Vermonter Peter Galbraith is being recalled from his diplomatic post in Kabul after a disagreement over how to address disputed election results in that country. Galbraith served as second-in-command of the United Nations mission in Afghanistan.
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Vermont Edition
Guard helps soldiers, families prepare for deployment
Monday, 09/28/09
By Jane Lindholm
The psychological preparation for soldiers and their families is getting special attention as Vermonters face a large deployment to Afghanistan. And a nutrition program for low-income moms sees important changes.
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VT Edition: Peter Galbraith on Afghanistan and the International Community
Thursday, 09/24/09
By Jane Lindholm
Amid meetings at the UN in New York this week, US envoy to the United Nations mission in Afghanistan Peter Galbraith joins VPR's Jane Lindholm to discuss Afghan politics and the role of the international community in creating stability there.
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Sanders wants new Afghan exit strategy
Thursday, 09/24/09
By Bob Kinzel
(Host) Senator Bernie Sanders says the United States needs to develop an exit strategy for its involvement in Afghanistan.
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Vermont Edition
Aftermath of Afghan elections
Thursday, 09/24/09
By Jane Lindholm
Diplomat Peter Galbraith joins us to discuss the accusations of fraud in Afghanistan's elections. The Vermonter serves as a deputy chief for the united Nations in Kabul. Also, an examination of politics and budgets numbers in the layoff of state workers that is set to begin. And trip into farm fields with the Vermont FoodBank's gleaning program.
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President Obama addresses the U.N.
Wednesday, 09/23/09
VPR will carry President Obama's address to the United Nations as he lays out his view of international cooperation in the 21st century.  NPR's Neal Conan and Mara Liasson anchor this live coverage.
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