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The Year in Review: 2006 - Part 6
Saturday, 12/30/06
By Steve Delaney
This morning, as we conclude this week's series of reports on 2006, VPR's Steve Delaney reports on some of the human milestones of 2006.
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Internet technology to enhance 911 call system
Friday, 12/29/06
By Steve Zind
Vermont's enhanced 911 emergency call system will step into the Internet age in the New Year.
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Midday Report: December 29
Friday, 12/29/06
By Mitch Wertlieb
State police and fire officials in St. Albans say 3 teenagers were responsible for starting a fire that destroyed the Old Ice House on December 21st. more...
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The Year in Review: 2006 - Part 5
Friday, 12/29/06
By Steve Delaney
In 2006, Vermont was full of interesting stories about people and the places. Today in our review, Steve Delaney recalls some of those people and places from the Olympics to the airports to the gas pump.
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Civil commitment bill plans unveiled
Friday, 12/29/06
As Vermont lawmakers gear up for next year's legislative session, state representative Kurt Wright unveiled plans yesterday for a new bill on civil commitment.
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A few tips are key to a good New Year's Eve party
Friday, 12/29/06
By Susan Keese
Halifax resident Matt Maranian gained a reputation as the anti-Martha Stewart with his book, "Pad: the Guide to Ultra Living." VPR's Susan Keese asked Maranian for some tips on that perennial party challenge -New Year's Eve.
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Late President Ford a frequent visitor to Vermont
Thursday, 12/28/06
By Steve Zind
The late President Gerald Ford was not unfamiliar with Vermont. Ford first came to the state to ski when he was a student at Yale Law School.
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The Year in Review: 2006 - Part 3
Thursday, 12/28/06
By Steve Delaney
In today's report, VPR's Steve Delaney finds that a high percentage of the top stories were about farms, and forests, and clean water.
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Interview: Tom Slayton
Thursday, 12/28/06
By Neal Charnoff
After 21 years as Editor-in-Chief of Vermont Life Magazine, Tom Slayton is leaving to pursue other writing interests. VPR's Neal Charnoff sat down recently with Slayton to talk about his tenure at Vermont Life, and the mission of the magazine
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Midday Report: December 28
Thursday, 12/28/06
By Mitch Wertlieb
Rutland police are searching for the person who fired a bullet into the occupied home of a local police officer
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The Year in Review: 2006 - Part 4
Thursday, 12/28/06
By Steve Delaney
When it comes to crime, Vermonters had some sad moments, and some national attention. Today, VPR's Steve Delaney looks back at the crime and punishment of the last 12 months.
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Midday Report: December 27
Wednesday, 12/27/06
By Mitch Wertlieb
New Hampshire officials are looking for volunteers to help victims of last May's floods find housing; Steve Delaney looks at Vermont's involvement in the war in Iraq in the second part of our series, Year in Review: 2006
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Regulators quash plan to remove Peterson Dam
Wednesday, 12/27/06
By Steve Zind
Vermont regulators have quashed a plan to remove a hydroelectric dam on the Lamoille River in Milton.
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Third generation still at work in Vermont's last active marble quarry
Wednesday, 12/27/06
By Susan Keese
The Danby tunnel quarry is the largest underground marble quarry in the world. Susan Keese takes us on a tour of the mountain.
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Group backs school spending plan
Wednesday, 12/27/06
A group of Vermonters is backing a plan urging school districts to spend at least 65% of their budgets on classroom expenses.
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The Year in Review: 2006 - Part 2
Wednesday, 12/27/06
By Steve Delaney
During the past year, the intensity of Vermont's connection to the war in Iraq diminished as more National Guardsmen came home. But as VPR's Steve Delaney reports in our Year-in-Review series, the casualties continued.
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Midday Report: December 26
Tuesday, 12/26/06
By Mitch Wertlieb
Winter weather is expected throughout the day today with heavy snowfall this afternoon; more...
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Interview: Peter Welch on key issues in the House
Tuesday, 12/26/06
By Bob Kinzel
Congressman-elect Peter Welch will be sworn into office next week. Welch told VPR's Bob Kinzel that he expects the House will address a number of key issues during the first two weeks of the session.
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Essex school setting up memorial scholarship
Tuesday, 12/26/06
Four months after a teacher was shot and killed in a classroom, the Essex Elementary School is still healing from the shooting spree. As part of that healing process the school is setting up a memorial scholarship to honor 56-year-old Alicia Shanks.
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Winter weather expected today
Tuesday, 12/26/06
Winter weather is expected throughout the day today with heavy snowfall this afternoon.
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The Year in Review: 2006 - Part 1
Tuesday, 12/26/06
By Steve Delaney
Today, we begin a series of special reports on 2006 as the year comes to a close. First up the fall elections.
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Vermont ranks among best places for geotourism
Tuesday, 12/26/06
Vermont recently ranked among the best places in the world for geotourism. Just what is geotourism and what does this distinction mean for Vermont? VPR's Amy Noyes explains:
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One special Christmas sparks memories at shelter
Monday, 12/25/06
By Nina Keck
Sharon Russell is the Executive Director of the Mission. She says the holidays can be especially difficult for those in shelters.
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Stafford remembered for service to Vermont
Saturday, 12/23/06
Vermont Governor Jim Douglas has ordered all flags at state facilities lowered to half-staff in honor of the late Senator Robert Stafford. Vermont Senator-elect Bernie Sanders says Stafford was an example of the best of Vermont's political traditions.
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Senator Robert Stafford dies at 93
Saturday, 12/23/06
By Steve Zind
Longtime U.S. Senator Robert Stafford of Rutland died on Saturday. Stafford was 93. VPR's Steve Zind has this retrospective on the senator's long career in Vermont politics.
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