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Newscast: Monday
Monday, 12/31/12
By Neal Charnoff
Newscast: Monday, January 31, 2012, 5:50 p.m.
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Wind Moratorium Demanded As Debate Intensifies
Monday, 12/31/12
By John Dillon
State regulators have approved wind testing towers in southern Vermont, despite opposition from the host towns. The decision comes during an intensifying debate over renewable energy projects in Vermont.
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Preview: Ann Maurer And Pianist Claire Black In The Studio
Monday, 12/31/12
By Jane Lindholm
Flutist Laurel Ann Maurer and pianist Claire Black recently performed in the VPR Performance Studio with VPR Classical host, Walter Parker.
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Book Details Experience Of Moving to Vermont
Monday, 12/31/12
By Jane Lindholm
Former New York Times reporter and VPR commentator Martha Molnar talks about her new book, TAPROOT: Making A Life On Prairie Hill. The book details her experience of moving to Vermont.
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Fate Of Vermont Dairy Farms Tied Up In Fiscal Cliff Talks
Monday, 12/31/12
By John Dillon
The fate of Vermont dairy farms is now caught up in the last-minute tax and budget negotiations now under way in Washington.
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Gun Shops Asked to Help Prevent Suicide
Monday, 12/31/12
By Charlotte Albright
Safety advocates in New Hampshire have launched a program they hope will help make it harder for suicidal people to get guns.
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Newscast: Monday
Monday, 12/31/12
By Mitch Wertlieb
VPR Newscast for Monday, Dec. 31, 2012, 7:34 a.m.
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Newscast: Saturday
Saturday, 12/29/12
By Peter Biello
Newscast: Saturday, December 29, 2012, 9:35 a.m.
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Newscast: Friday
Friday, 12/28/12
By Dave McGown
Newscast: Friday, December 28, 2012, 5:50 p.m.
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State: Broadband
Friday, 12/28/12
By Steve Zind
Officials say the state has made progress in the past year in the effort to expand both broadband and cell service and coverage for both now exceeds 90% of the state. 
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$5 Million Grant To Expand Cell Service In Southern Vermont
Friday, 12/28/12
The state of Vermont is investing $5 million to expand cell phone service in 21 areas in southern Vermont.
VPR News
Newscast: Friday
Friday, 12/28/12
By Peter Biello
Newscast: Friday, December 28, 2012, 7:35 a.m.
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Shumlin Says He Would Support Federal Weapons Ban
Friday, 12/28/12
By Bob Kinzel
Governor Peter Shumlin says he'll support a federal ban on the sale of semi-automatic assault weapons. And he thinks an NRA plan to place armed guards in all schools is a bad idea.
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The Social History of "Champ"
Thursday, 12/27/12
By Peter Biello
History teacher Robert E. Bartholomew dives into the history of Lake Champlain's elusive "monster."
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Newscast: Thursday
Thursday, 12/27/12
By Neal Charnoff
Newscast: Thursday, December 27, 2012, 5:50 p.m.
VPR News
Storm Drops More Than A Foot Of Snow On Vermont
Thursday, 12/27/12
By Ross Sneyd
Plow operators had plenty of work as the snow kept piling up Thursday when the big winter storm that hammered the South and Midwest arrived in New England.
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Edgar May
Thursday, 12/27/12
By John Dillon
Former State Senator Edgar May - a Pulitzer prize wining journalist who became a liberal voice in Vermont politics - has died. May was 83, and had suffered a stroke about three weeks ago, according to his sister, former Vermont Governor Madeleine May Kunin.
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Winter Storm Begins Dropping Snow Across Region
Thursday, 12/27/12
A winter storm that raged through the South and Midwest began dumping snow overnight in New England. By sunrise, 3 to 8 inches had fallen across Vermont - with plenty more on the way.
VPR News
Newscast: Thursday
Thursday, 12/27/12
By Peter Biello
Newscast: Thursday, December 27, 2012, 7:35 a.m.
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Lamoille County Interested In Opening Morrisville Food Co-Op
Wednesday, 12/26/12
By Amy Kolb Noyes
Even though Lamoille County is also home to many farms, food processed and packaged hundreds or even thousands of miles away is often easier to obtain than food grown, raised or produced locally. That's why the town is working with a group of volunteers to try and start a downtown food coop.
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Northern New England Braces For Winter Storm
Wednesday, 12/26/12
Ski resorts in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont hope the season's first significant winter storm will erase memories of last year's meltdown caused by warm weather.
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State Police Investigate Homicide In Newbury
Wednesday, 12/26/12
State police say a 51-year-old Bradford woman has been charged in the Christmas evening shooting death of 43-year-old Dale Rock of Newbury.
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Upper Valley Home For Pregnant Teens Closes Its Doors
Wednesday, 12/26/12
By Charlotte Albright
Teen pregnancies have been declining for almost two decades now, and the rates in Vermont and New Hampshire are among the lowest in the nation. While that may be good news, it's also one reason a residential program for teen mothers in Lebanon, New Hampshire is closing its doors. That will leave some teens without social services they have come to depend on.
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Newscast: Tuesday
Tuesday, 12/25/12
By Peter Biello
Newscast: Tuesday, December 25, 2012, 5:50 p.m.
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Apple Growers See Good Crop
Tuesday, 12/25/12
By John Dillon
The trees may be bare, but there's still a lot of action at Vermont's apple orchards. This time of year, growers are packing fruit for sale, and putting the rest of the crop in long-term storage to sell through the spring.
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