the wrath of the flood came and went, an arc of emotion washed over
all of us, but especially those in the direct line of the flooding.
VPR’s John Van Hoesen experienced first-hand the power of the flood
and has this essay.
and Naturalist Will Curtis, who produced the public radio program "The Nature
of Things," has died at his home in Woodstock. For decades, and in hundreds of essays, he
shared his observations on a wide range of topics.
Vermont Public Radio has been honored with a 2008 national Edward R. Murrow
Award for excellence in broadcast journalism. VPR’s news staff was recognized
in the category of Continuing Coverage for its comprehensive coverage of
climate change in 2007.
In recent months, cases of mumps have been reported in Canada and Maine, causing concern among health officials in New England.
Vermont’s epidemiologist says health care providers should be on the lookout for cases of mumps in the state, especially among college-age
A national veterans group says its name is being improperly used to criticize independent U.S. Senate candidate Bernie Sanders. The Veterans of Foreign Wars issued a statement on Thursday saying it does not want its name associated with a political attack in Vermont.