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The Frequency: Daily Vermont News
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Latest Episodes
  • How Vermont is providing sex ed as the country debates abortion access. Plus, more details about GlobalFoundries’ layoff plans, the challenge of using federal COVID relief money, and endangered bats.
  • Concern over an animal tranquilizer showing up in Vermont’s illicit drugs. Plus, COVID-19 numbers, the eighth death at a state prison this year, a lawsuit over logging, and DEI efforts at the state Supreme Court.
  • A look inside the daily life of two home health aides. Plus, the state continues to see strong revenues, the Scott administration rolls out a new pandemic grant program, and wreath makers face the challenges of a warming climate.
  • How hospitals are strained by caring for long-term patients. Plus, a committee weighs sports gambling policies, a rare parasitic disease is found in Vermont, and a judge dismisses a charge against a state trooper.
  • The divide between Governor Phil Scott and members of the state GOP. Plus, heating assistance eligibility, potential zoning changes in Burlington, and cannabis advertising.
  • How bird flu and inflation have impacted Vermont turkey farmers this year. Plus, a committee urges lawmakers to cut back on borrowing, delays for a Burlington homeless shelter, workers at a fuel company unionize, and new snowplow names.
  • Why some residents and lawmakers are questioning a deal to bring landfill gas from New York to Vermont. Plus, a Rutland County Sheriff’s Deputy shot by police in Saratoga Springs, growing food insecurity, and bird feeder recommendations.
  • A visit to the moose check station in Island Pond. Plus, the profits from the sale of Jay Peak, the impending expiration of federal housing programs, and the wellbeing of wild bees.
  • The final installment in a series of conversations with Northeast Kingdom residents about class. Plus, COVID-19 numbers, remembering state representative John Palasik, a backlog of retail cannabis applications, and tips for freezing pie.
  • The fourth installment in a weeklong series exploring class in the Northeast Kingdom. Plus, the head of the Vermont GOP is unenthusiastic about Trump’s next White House bid, an animal tranquilizer is involved in overdose deaths, and a plant thought to be extinct is found atop Mount Mansfield.