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Sen. Bernie Sanders On Russia: 'We Knew What We Knew, When We Knew It'

In an interview Wednesday, Sen. Bernie Sanders said he was unaware that Russian interference was promoting his 2016 presidential campaign.

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In an interview Wednesday, Sen. Bernie Sanders said he was unaware that Russian interference was promoting his 2016 presidential campaign.

With temperatures bobbing and weaving above and below freezing, Vermont's backyard sugaring is going strong.
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Vermonters catch a fever at this time of year. And it isn't necessarily the flu bug. It's the hankering to get outside and start hauling buckets full of sap to the sugarhouse or to wherever they do their boiling. It's backyard sugaring time.

In July 2017, Iglesias de Dios Pentecostal Church in New Haven swarmed with national press, protesters, Connecticut’s U.S. Senators and Governor Dannel Malloy.

Senator Bernie Sanders joins us for an hour-long discussion and takes your calls.
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Senator Bernie Sanders joins Vermont Edition for a discussion about the Russia investigation, the immigration debate, the Trump budget, his recent comments on gun legislation and more.

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When VPR needed to discuss the workings of the Vermont dairy industry — there was no better source than Bob Parsons, extension economist with the Department of Community Development and Applied Economics at the University of Vermont.

Hannah Dreissigacker introduces a group of young skiers to the Craftsbury Outdoor Center's shooting range.
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The Craftsbury Outdoor Center, in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, has trained six athletes competing in the Pyeongchang Olympics. That’s about half the winter athletes on the Center’s Green Racing Project team.

Burlington City Hall on a winter afternoon with the U.S. and city flags blowing in wind.
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On Town Meeting Day, residents in Burlington will cast their ballot on a number of issues, as well as select ward representatives for City Council.

The University of Vermont, Burlington Campus.
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Three colleges around Burlington report that stickers and posters promoting white nationalist views were left on their campuses. The University of Vermont, St. Michael’s College and Champlain College have denounced  the signs and removed them.

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Burlington voters will go to the polls on Town Meeting Day to pick the next mayor of Vermont's largest city.

After a wild temperature swing, along with rain and snow, downtown Johnson flooded on Saturday.
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Officials in two Vermont towns hit by ice-jam flooding last month are preparing for another round of rising water levels over the next few days.

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Who Oversees Vermont's County Sheriffs?

If Vermont’s county sheriffs are accountable to their voters, but most of their voters don’t pay much attention to them, what happens when they do something wrong?

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How Do Fish See? How Do Fish Sleep? How Do Fish Breathe?

But Why visits the New England Aquarium in Boston to get answers to those and other questions kids have sent us about fish.

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Timeline: What We Leave Behind

When I was in middle school my class put together a time capsule and I remember caring so much that music be included that I put together a mixed tape, with popular songs recorded haphazardly off the radio.

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