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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
  • Vermont’s doing well, but well enough to avoid COVID surges? Plus, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, saving an ice rink, and the latest COVID-19 numbers.
  • A conversation with Olympic announcer Peter Graves. Plus, wildfire smoke, Vermont’s first Black woman police chief, and two mergers.
  • How Vermont’s museums changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus, increased COVID cases, high state revenues, and payments for school meals.
  • How Canadians are reacting to the recent change in border regulations. Plus, high COVID-19 case numbers, the largest anaerobic digester in the Northeast, and continued drought.
  • The potential for wildfires in the northeast. Plus, the complicated situation at the U.S.-Canada border, a major opioid settlement, and peregrine falcons.
  • Why Dave Stratton keeps a mill going in Hardwick. Plus, the delta variant, the federal infrastructure bill, and cyanobacteria.
  • The work before Vermont’s Cannabis Control Board. Plus, the Canadian border will reopen, Ben & Jerry’s stops sales in occupied Palestinian territory, and remembering Brian Boland.
  • Mounting fear in the town of Chelsea. Plus, the drought continues, UVM’s vaccine requirement, and the child tax credit.
  • A first-time homeowner in Caledonia County. Plus, Addison stays in its school district, migrant farmworker stress, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • Primary care practices are now distributing COVID vaccines. Plus, high housing costs, Gov. Scott in D.C., and COVID-19 numbers.