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Mount Abraham Union High School sophomores Eliza and Emma Doucet have together organized a community event marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Jan. 27.
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Lexi Krupp will join Vermont Public Radio in June as a Report For America journalist, the station has announced. She will cover the Upper Valley and Northeast Kingdom regions, with a special focus on the challenges and opportunities in rural communities.
Upper Valley/Northeast Kingdom reporter Lexi Krupp is eager to hear your questions and story tips.
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When question-asker Kate Phillips moved to Vermont, she was surprised to find three different food co-ops within driving range. So, she started to wonder: What is the history of co-ops in Vermont? Why are there so many here?
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As a new legislative session gets underway in Montpelier, we want to make sure your questions and concerns shape our coverage.

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Upper Valley/Northeast Kingdom reporter Lexi Krupp is eager to hear your questions and story tips.
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