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vermontbiz

Vermont Business Magazine

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A daily roundup of business news and press releases from Vermont's Business community. For more Vermont Business News and Press Releases throughout the day, turn to www.vermontbiz.com. This program is produced for Vermont Business Magazine by Shadow Productions www.shadowprod.com. Original music by Shadow Productions. #BTV #Business #VBM
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Haunted Vermont

HauntedVermont.org

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We bring some ghostly tales surrounding the Green Mountains to the lights, whether it's by candle or campfire. We tackle interviews with different variety of people that have Encountered, Created within the Mysterious World. Together, We Can Learn. Learn more by visiting https://HauntedVermont.org Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hauntedvermont/support
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Vermont Edition brings you news and conversation about issues affecting Vermont.Subscribe to the Podcast with the links below or via RSS.Visit the Vermont Edition page to listen to the archives and for more about the show.
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Becca Hammond asks the question, “What’s new 802?” in Vermont Talks – a podcast for the people of Vermont. Vermont residents get a chance to speak out on Vermont Talks. Subscribe for interviews from local business owners, artists, musicians, bands, writers, comedians, event planners and other interesting Vermonters. Check in for the 'Out and About' episodes, recorded on-site at different locations in and around the city of Burlington. Exploring the Green Mountain State and interviewing resid ...
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Marketing Vermont

Marketing Vermont

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Marketing Vermont is a podcast series discussing branding and marketing within the state of Vermont with thought leaders and innovators. Hosted by Matt Harrington and Aaron Frey.
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Vermont Made

The Vermont Arts Council

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Sharing the fruits of local talent from the Green Mountain State. In each episode of Vermont Made, one artist, craftsperson, designer, specialty food producer, or other Vermont creative shares the story behind one thing they've made. Produced by the Vermont Arts Council and hosted by Desmond Peeples.
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John walks down Vermont Ave. to clear his head before a big decision. This is an atmospheric and intimate portrait of a thirtysomething in LA during the end of 2020.
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ELEVATE THE STATE. Host Eli Harrington and interviewees will regularly discuss cannabis politics, hemp, medical marijuana, the cannabis industry, and the leaders shaping marijuana legalization and culture in Vermont and around the entire world. Visit www.vermontijuana.com to learn more and #ElevateTheState
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Ian Grant, owner of Vermont Dog Boarding & Behavior brings you a podcast dedicated to interviewing a dog trainer from every state. Also included will be his Facebook Live Streams, his "Talking Dogs" radio show, and interviews with influential people in the dog business. We hope you enjoy the show and please leave a review for Ian in iTunes.
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The Vermont Conversation is a VTDigger podcast hosted by award-winning journalist David Goodman. It features in-depth interviews about local and national topics with politicians, activists, artists, changemakers and ordinary citizens. The Vermont Conversation is also an hour-long weekly radio program that can be heard on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. on WDEV/Radio Vermont.
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The Full Vermonty

Luke Campbell & Travis Gendron

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How ya doin', bud? We are two friends and Vermonters (Travis Gendron and Luke Campbell) and this is a show all about Vermont. Travis grew up here and his family goes back generations. Luke is a flatlander, he moved here in 2017. Despite our differences we both love the state that we call home. Every episode we will talk with a different Vermonter about what they do and why they love the Green Mountain State.
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This week the fellas react to the USOC defeat We also look at the state of our club going into the season and the state of the soccer pyramid in the US. UNITED IN GREEN IS PROUD TO BE PARTNERED WITH THE BLAZING MUSKET FIND US ON INSTAGRAM AND ALL YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST PLATFORMS THE BLAZING MUSKET IS AT : THEBLAZINGMUSKET.COM , ON X, AND INSTAGRAM P…
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How Franklin County’s newly appointed top prosecutor hopes to bring stability to a position that’s gone through a recent rough patch. Plus, the state treasurer reiterates support for a superfund bill to make big oil companies pay a share of damages related to climate change, the Vermont Bond Bank creates a flood resiliency fund, the EPA sets federa…
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On this week’s show: Should we introduce the show to any out-of-towners? Happy International Plan Your Epitaph Day Its manure season! VT state troopers discipline report Banyai video…hahahahha Its too expensive to be a legislator Maple producers boil down how the sugaring season fared (wcax.com) Cheese & Wine Traders closes suddenly VT Flannel buys…
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#NancyStone, #IndigoHours, #HealingHaiku, #Caregiving, #AlzheimersAwareness, #DementiaCare, #StorycomicPresents, #VermontArtists, #PoetryHeals, #RootstockPublishing, #EmotionalResilience, #CopingWithLoss, #VermontWatercolorSociety, #NorthernVermontArtistsAssociation, #BookArtsGuildOfVermont, #BarneySmith, #StorycomicDotCom Welcome to Episode 319 of…
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Joining Paul on this Episode is Director, Austen out of Barre, VT. Looking to complete a short mystery video shoot at the Wilson Castle. It seems something may be wanting to put in their "pulls" as well. Mia and Candice have also come onboard to talk about their little mishaps, or at least experiences. As the mishap could have been mistaken for som…
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Nikol Sekol, Member Service Representative at Heritage Family Credit Union's Bennington location in Vermont, chats with AVCU President Joe Bergeron about her first experience at the annual Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington, DC as the official Crash Program participant from the Green Mountain state.…
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Two Abenaki First Nations are continuing to call for Vermont institutions not to work with state-recognized tribes, and to reconsider the process that led to the state recognizing those groups as Abenaki tribes. Those nations — Odanak and Wôlinak — are receiving a mixed response. 2024-04-02: This story has been updated to more accurately reflect th…
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Bram Kranichfeld, a veteran prosecutor and ordained priest, took over as Franklin County state’s attorney after his predecessor resigned amid an impeachment inquiry. Kranichfeld was permanently appointed about three weeks ago, and will serve until January 2027.De către Liam Elder-Connors
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A young singer-songwriter from Norwich discusses his musical upbringing and how one of his songs emerged after a tragic event. Plus, a bill to reduce administrative burdens for health care providers advances in Montpelier, concerns rise about a strain of avian flu affecting cows around the country, Quebec forestry officials look to hire more firefi…
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Lawmakers reflect on the resignation of Grand Isle Sen. Dick Mazza, which signals a potentially generational change in the Senate. Plus, backers of a bill to ban the sale of flavored tobacco and vaping products look for votes to override a gubernatorial veto, lawmakers abandon impeachment of the Franklin County sheriff, rescue crews breathe a sigh …
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Vermonters and the throngs of visitors who traveled to see the event recount how it felt to witness Monday’s total eclipse of the sun. Plus, Vermont’s longest serving member of the state Senate announces his retirement, I share a few thoughts on my own eclipse watching experience, and we’ll have an update on traffic as the visiting post-eclipse cro…
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Vermonters and state officials prepare for today’s total eclipse of the sun, and we visit Alburgh where they’re holding a totality festival. Plus, a suspect is arrested in connection with a fire at Sen. Bernie Sanders’ Burlington office, a bill banning the use of so-called forever chemicals in many products is sent to House lawmakers in Montpelier,…
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Vermont towns in the path of totality have a unique and, for some, daunting opportunity to capitalize on the thousands of visitors who will be visiting to see the April 8 eclipse. The small border community of Alburgh is taking a chance and throwing a big party.De către Sabine Poux
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Around 3:25 this afternoon northwestern Vermont will be plunged into darkness for about three minutes as the moon completely covers the sun. State officials estimate that 160,000 people could come to Vermont to view this once-in-a-generation celestial event.De către Liam Elder-Connors
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For months, Vermonters have been firming up plans for Monday’s total solar eclipse — it’s for many folks a once-in-a generation event that won’t happen again in North America until 2044. Others, including Dartmouth College astronomer John Thorstensen, have been down this celestial road before. He spoke to Vermont Public's Mitch Wertlieb about his e…
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Checking in with the Islamic Society of Vermont just before the end of the holy month of Ramadan. Plus, Vermont moves a step closer to creating a fund that would force big oil companies to pay a share of damages related to human-caused climate change, the state moves to curb online betting tied to performances by individual college athletes, two Ve…
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Revealing the finalists for this year’s Vermont Book Awards. Plus, Copley Hospital gets approval for a rare mid-year service price increase, Gov. Scott vetoes a bill to ban flavored tobacco and vaping products, strategies for getting kids to wear safety glasses during the eclipse, and the state Senate moves a bill to screen students earlier for lea…
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Prepping pets for the total solar eclipse, and helping the visually impaired experience the historic celestial event. Plus, the state Senate approves a bill to create a new disaster mitigation fund, Vermont moves closer to a statewide vote that would protect the rights of workers to organize and collectively bargain, how New England power grid oper…
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In April’s edition of VermontBiz, we profile Suresh Garimella,a mechanical engineer and scientific researcher who took over asUVM’s President in 2019, bringing rapid changes to Vermont’sflagship land grant University. UVM is benefitting from the freshperspective of new leadership much needed at this critical time.VermontBiz dives deeper into the ne…
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Why Vermont has an educator shortage, and how it’s affecting schools. Plus, Montpelier is finally poised to have a post office again, the owner of the Green River Reservoir dam doesn’t want to operate it for electricity anymore, state lawmakers consider overhauling Act 250, and town officials are preparing to close trail access roads during next we…
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Vermont has 10% fewer educators than it did before the pandemic. That’s the worst mark in the country, save Alaska, according to a recent U.S. Department of Education report. The decline is prompting some Vermont principals to hire teachers with fewer qualifications — and is, in some cases, forcing schools to send kids home for the day.…
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On this week’s show: Happy International Mermaid Day Weeki Wachee Opening Day thoughts, Matt? Jeon Jong-seo Do you have an eclipse plan? VT data privacy act Burlington police warn of GPS tracking devices Car thefts continue to climb as lawmakers debate stricter penalties VT’s most popular creemee stand for sale Birch syrup? Sen. Sears, Gov. Scott a…
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The Vermont Statehouse this week became the front line in an ideological battle over the role of state government after Democrats in the House of Representatives approved $131 million in tax increases that Republicans derided as “off the rails and out of control.”De către Peter Hirschfeld
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A couple from Craftsbury has been planning for years to get married on the day of the total solar eclipse. Plus, a major Act 250 overhaul bill appears headed to the state Senate, House lawmakers vote to indefinitely pause Vermont’s PCB testing program for schools, two state police troopers accused of using excessive force have their cases transferr…
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The Boys are BACK!!!!! Today we talk about what to expect from the upcoming match with Carolina Core. We talk more MLS and USLs place in the soccer world. We are looking forward to the weather and an electric atmosphere at Virtue Field. Let's Do It Again!!!! UTFG UNITED IN GREEN IS PROUD TO BE PARTNERED WITH THE BLAZING MUSKET FIND US ON INSTAGRAM …
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