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School consolidation forces longer bus rides. Plus, a debate over how to spend federal COVID relief, and bird migration.

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Starting a doughnut business during the pandemic. Plus, Scott signs the LGBTQ+ ‘panic defense’ bill, a call for more aid for BIPOC-owned restaurants, and deer teeth.

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A student journalist covers Green Up Day. Plus, the mental health of Vermont’s young people, vaccination expansion, and Pfizer for 12-15 year olds. Oh, and did anyone lose a cell phone?

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A Williston couple is highlighted in the Netflix documentary series ‘My Love.’ Plus, a #1 vaccination rate, a walkout at UVM, and Dr. Dynasaur for undocumented Vermonters.

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Vermont has big plans for summer programs for kids, but who will staff them? Plus, a low vaccination rate among 18-29 year olds, a walkout at UVM, and farmworker housing.

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Vermonters who receive federal disability benefits are sometimes faced with an impossible decision. Plus, conflict over a bill that would decriminalize buprenorphine, Champlain College’s new president departs, and responsible foraging.

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Watching the coronavirus engulf India. Plus, new mask rules, lead testing, and COVID-19 numbers.

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The state’s plan to stop providing hotel and motel rooms to unhoused Vermonters. Plus, hopeful trends in COVID-19 numbers, the search-for-work mandate is back, and a ban on the LGBTQ+ panic defense.

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What the plan to merge Castleton with Northern Vermont University and Vermont Technical College means for the community. Plus, the first batch of 2020 Census data, Johnson & Johnson shots available again, and COVID-19 numbers.

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The return of bald eagles. Plus, the Vermont state climatologist on what the climate crisis means for the state.

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What actions have lawmakers taken to reform policing, and how are they being implemented? Plus, how the Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause is affecting Vermonters who are experiencing homelessness.

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One advocate’s reaction to Derek Chauvin’s conviction. Plus, another merged school district gets approval to split, vaccinations for Abenaki Vermonters, and COVID-19 numbers.

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Advocates hope for updates to Vermont’s 2013 death with dignity law. Plus, COVID-19 numbers are down, vaccinations increasing, and the potential for vaccinating teens.

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Youth climate activists face the planet’s uncertain future. Plus, a worsening drought, an improving economy, and COVID-19 numbers.

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What climate migration means for Vermont. Plus, vaccinations open to all, rethinking the return to in-person school, and sleep habits during the pandemic.

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Vaccine clinics pop up in Vermont’s most remote county. Plus, which trails to avoid during mud season, a debate over whether Lake Memphramagog is "in crisis" and vaccinations reach half the adult population.

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Students report tensions on college campuses as pandemic restrictions continue but vaccinations remain weeks away. Plus, summer camps will return, more flights out of Burlington and COVID-19 numbers.

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Vermont’s decision to pause the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Plus, border checkpoints, the Notch opens, and a porcupine.

Mud City

Apr 13, 2021
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The pros and cons of ATVs on town roads. Plus, protests against curfews in Montreal, Barre police seek more information in the case of Ralph Jean-Marie, and Millennial Monday.

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The long-lasting effects the pandemic has had on hospice workers. Plus, vaccinations for those 30 and up, wealth disparities in Chittenden County, and potential changes to the state constitution.

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