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  • An Iranian-American Vermonter remembers 9/11. Plus, Justice Beth Robinson’s nomination, COVID-19 numbers, and remembering Dexter Randall.
  • The dismantling of the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant. Plus, Dartmouth’s record fundraising, an Upper Valley business expansion, and a new historic marker.
  • A final night at a favorite Northfield restaurant. Plus, COVID cases on the rise, Burlington delays the eviction of an encampment, and, finally, a freeze.
  • Reassessing public water systems. Plus, another record-breaking day of COVID-19 cases, a new commissioner at Fish and Wildlife, and carbon in Vermont’s forests.
  • Why one longtime employee keeps going back to a store that closed months ago. Plus, extending the motel housing program, drought, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • More than a year and a half into the pandemic, many Vermonters are still seeing healthcare providers virtually. Plus, record COVID cases (again), the border is set to open, and a new town manager in Brattleboro.
  • Veterans gather to read the classics in the Upper Valley. Plus, a 26% increase in COVID cases, the burden on schools, and Gov. Scott continues to push back on a mask mandate.
  • Why do leaves change color, anyway? Plus, a staffing shortage at the state’s largest hospital, a viral disease in deer, and continued cyanobacteria blooms.
  • A buyout program aims to encourage people to move out of mobile homes in floodplains. Plus, the size of cannabis growing operations, a lifetime of hunter safety, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • Are some cops disregarding a policy meant to protect farmworkers? Plus, high COVID-19 case numbers and three uses for federal pandemic relief money.