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The Frequency: Daily Vermont News
Available every weekday morning by 6:30 a.m.

Vermont Public Radio’s daily news podcast. Get up to speed on what's happening in Vermont, in under 15 minutes.

Hosted by Henry Epp and Anna Van Dine, and available every weekday morning by 6:30 a.m.

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Latest Episodes
  • How the state has vaccinated farmworkers. Plus, an unwarranted search by Border Patrol can't be used as evidence, a missed deadline for the Cannabis Control Board, and high COVID-19 transmission statewide.
  • A visit to the demolition derby in Orleans County. Plus, Vermont’s auditor finds dozens of businesses received more than they should have through pandemic relief grants last year.
  • The Department of Public Safety has hired its first-ever director of mental health programs. Plus, garbage juice in Montpelier, turtles, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • The precarious situation evicted Vermonters find themselves in. Plus, COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths continue to rise.
  • Planning for a potentially in-person 2022 Legislative session. Plus, payments to be made to former Koffee Kup employees, drought conditions improve, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • Towns are thinking about how to spend federal funds from the American Rescue Plan Act. Plus, the end of emergency motel housing, budget increases for state agencies, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • An interfaith gathering on Sunday in Montpelier. Plus, record COVID-19 numbers (maybe), Ripton considers rejoining its school district, and the Liberty Union Party rebrands.
  • Vermont’s Climate Council faces a December 1 deadline to make a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Plus, UVM’s tuition freeze, a fish hatchery reopens, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • A snap election north of the border will determine Canada’s parliamentary makeup. Plus, high COVID-19 hospitalizations, a lawsuit against big oil, and Beth Robinson’s confirmation hearings.
  • People experiencing homelessness share their stories in White River Junction. Plus, boycotting Horizon, union workers make a new deal with Consolidated Communications, and COVID-19 numbers.