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VPR Evening News December 31st
Monday, 12/31/07
By Neal Charnoff
A fire levels a 19th-century church in Mount Holly; A former home of poet Robert Frost has been vandalized; New Hampshire's Civil Unions law goes into effect at midnight tonight; A difficult year at Vermont Yankee tops the AP Top Stories list of 2007; A sneak peek at St Johnsbury's First Night; and commentator Madeline Kunin remembers Benazir Bhutto.
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VT Edition Interview: Candace Page on the years top environmental stories
Monday, 12/31/07
By Jane Lindholm
Every couple of weeks we check in with reporter Candace Page to see what's making the environmental news headlines. Since it is the last day in 2007 we thought we'd ask her to take us through some of the major environmental stories of the year.
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VT Edition Interview: Laura Lind-Blum & Lisa Buell on making and breaking New Year's Resolutions
Monday, 12/31/07
By Jane Lindholm
Laura Lind-Blum runs her own coaching business, The Innovation Wellspring in Waterbury Center. Lisa Buell runs Create Joy Coaching in Johnson. They spoke with VPR's Jane Lindholm about keeping and breaking New Years resolutions.
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Midday Newscast: December 31
Monday, 12/31/07
By Mitch Wertlieb
Some of Vermont's lowest paid workers will be getting a raise tomorrow;
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2007 Year in Review: Passages
Monday, 12/31/07
By Steve Delaney
In almost any year, some of the moving moments come when we pause to reflect on those who have left the stage during the past few months. And, as VPR's Steve Delaney reports, there were some notable departures this year.
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VPR Morning Newscast
Monday, 12/31/07
By Mitch Wertlieb
There's a heavy snow warning to the south today, a snow advisory to the north for this morning and a winter storm watch for tomorrow and tomorrow night; more...
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St. Johnsbury's First Night promises something for all
Monday, 12/31/07
By Charlotte Albright
A Northeast Kingdom New Year’s tradition turns fifteen this year. First Night is expected to draw over 2,500 people of all ages to more than a dozen different venues in St Johnsbury. VPR’s Charlotte Albright dropped by the office of Director Jay Sprout to get a sneak preview.
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Drunk driving checkpoints planned for tonight
Monday, 12/31/07
By Melody Bodette
New Year's Eve means many drivers will be on the roads tonight, and the Vermont State Police will be conducting D-U-I checkpoints around the state to catch drunk drivers.
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VPR Evening News December 28th
Friday, 12/28/07
New questions about the growing cost of decommissioning Vermont Yankee; Senator Patrick Leahy says a top priority is passage of a bill that requires the Bush Administration to obtain court approval for electronic wiretapping;Plans to tear down public housing in New Orleans inspires a protest in Burlington; A petition drive in Brattleboro to indict President Bush and Vice President Cheney; A Montpelier-based landlord will pay a fine for failing to comply with lead paint standards; and commentator Jay Craven on an unexpected gift.
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Activist will try to indict Bush
Friday, 12/28/07
By Ross Sneyd
Some of the people who have been pushing for the impeachment of President Bush and Vice President Cheney have a new tactic.
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Vermont Yankee decommissioning cost to reach $1.7 billion
Friday, 12/28/07
By John Dillon
Decommissioning the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant is expected to cost $1.7 billion, but there are questions about whether enough money is being set aside to pay the bill.
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Housing advocates protest New Orleans project
Friday, 12/28/07
By Ross Sneyd
Plans to tear down public housing in New Orleans inspired a protest in Burlington earlier today.
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VT Edition Interview: Oliver Goodenough on Internet legalities
Friday, 12/28/07
By Jane Lindholm
Oliver Goodenough is a Professor at Vermont Law School and an expert in communications and libel law. He spoke with VPR's Jane Lindholm about the legal issues raised by posting material on the Internet.
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VT Edition Interview: Lynn Levine & Ted Levin on winter tracking
Friday, 12/28/07
By Jane Lindholm
Lynn Levine has led tracking workshops at ski resorts and nature centers. Ted Levin is an award winning nature writer and naturalist. They speak with VPR's Jane Lindholm about winter tracking.
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Midday Newscast: December 28
Friday, 12/28/07
By Mitch Wertlieb
A builder is hiring some people who lost their jobs when another Claremont, N.H., builder closed;
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2007 Year in Review: Business
Friday, 12/28/07
By Steve Delaney
When things change in the business world, it often affects employment and the general economy. As VPR's Steve Delaney reports, some of those stories during the past year involved one of the biggest names in business.
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Laid off Claremont workers could find work with another builder
Friday, 12/28/07
Dozens of workers who lost their jobs when a Claremont modular home company shut down last week could find work with another local builder.
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Vermonters get sneak peek at biofuel documentary
Friday, 12/28/07
By Mitch Wertlieb
Vermonters have a chance today to see a film screening next month in the Best Documentary competition at the Sundance Film Festival. It's called "Fields of Fuel."
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Morning Newscast: December 28
Friday, 12/28/07
By Mitch Wertlieb
Here are the top stories at 7:30 a.m.
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Montpelier seeks hike in parking fines
Friday, 12/28/07
In the capital of Vermont, an illegal parking spot could soon cost you more than ever.
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Leahy says wiretapping bill is a top priority
Friday, 12/28/07
By Bob Kinzel
Senator Patrick Leahy says one of his top priorities in the coming weeks is the passage of a bill that requires the Bush Administration to obtain court approval before putting new electronic wiretapping programs in place. Leahy is also opposed to plans to provide telephone companies with retroactive immunity for their participation in surveillance activities between 2001 and 2006. VPR's Bob Kinzel reports.
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Windham County wants plant to have more nuke storage
Friday, 12/28/07
Officials in Windham County want the owners of Vermont Yankee nuclear plant to beef up their fuel storage in case of an emergency.
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Former UNH player no New York Jets practice squad
Friday, 12/28/07
The on-again off-again NFL career of former University of New Hampshire receiver David Ball is on again.
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CVU hoops player pleads to drug charge
Friday, 12/28/07
One of Vermont's top high school basketball players has pleaded guilty to drug charges.
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Cochran's introduces new snowmaking system
Friday, 12/28/07
There's been no shortage of snow this year, but officials at Cochran's Ski Area in Richmond are celebrating the installation of a new snowmaking system all the same.
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