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  • Vermont State Police lead forums on how to respond to active shooters. Plus, Ripton is likely to return to its school district, COVID testing policies in schools, and remembering Marshall Webb.
  • A lesson in the art of chimney sweeping. Plus, hospitals ask for budget increases, Bennington College to expand reproductive care access, and COVID protocols for back-to-school.
  • The voices of some of the more high-profile candidates who won their party’s nomination in Tuesday’s primary election.
  • A look at Senate President Becca Balint’s path to the Democratic nomination for U.S. House. Plus, a rundown of many other results from primary night.
  • A look at the day’s elections. Plus, 100 doses of monkeypox vaccine, health care rate hikes, and an oral history of COVID-19.
  • A tour of a hardware store in Northfield. Plus, child mental health, fatal opioid overdoses, and waterway monitoring.
  • A lesson in citizen science. Plus, COVID-19 numbers, a new buyer for organic milk, and remembering Bob Smith.
  • COVID vaccines for the youngest Vermonters. Plus, a lawsuit against Dairy Farmers of America, GlobalFoundries gets a step closer to creating an electric utility, and a new chair for the Green Mountain Care Board.
  • A breakdown of the contentious race for Chittenden County State’s Attorney. Plus, a potential buyer for Jay Peak, campaign finance reports, and an early voting deadline.
  • Federal money for semiconductor companies – including GlobalFoundries. Plus, amending gender on birth certificates, addressing homelessness, and the rabies bait drop.