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Vermont Open Farm Week Returns With More Activities

Farmers around Vermont will be opening up their farms and gardens to the public next month during the seventh annual Vermont Open Farm Week.
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Werewolves Within Writer Mishna Wolff Discusses Crafting A Satisfying Mystery

Based on the Ubisoft virtual reality game of the same name, horror mystery film Werewolves Within is now available digitally. The whodunnit stars Sam Richardson, Milana Vayntrub, George Basil, Sarah Burns, and more as a series of murders take place in a small town. The film was directed by Josh Ruben from a script by Mishna Wolff. RELATED: Werewolves Within: Josh Ruben Talks Knives Out Similarities, Ubisoft’s Input “After a proposed pipeline creates divisions within the small town of Beaverfield...
Tags: Games, Comedy, Movies, Interview, Horror, America, Ubisoft, Sam, Vermont, Josh Ruben, Josh, Wolff, Ruben, Video Game News, Sam Richardson, Milana Vayntrub


Feds to Release $120M in COVID-19 Funds for Vermont Towns

The U.S. Treasury has cleared the way for Vermont towns to receive an additional $120 million in COVID-19 relief funds.
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Fourth Stimulus Check: Will Another Another Relief Payment Come This Year?

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'Big Chair' in Front of Vermont Bank Damaged by Vandals

A giant ladderback chair that stands outside a Vermont business has been damaged by vandals.
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EXPLAINER: Can Rent Aid Avert Eviction Crisis in Vermont?

The end of the federal tenant protections Saturday has raised concerns that thousands of Vermont residents will be unable to afford their monthly rent and face eviction.
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California ranked as No. 3 state for innovation, surveys say

”Survey says” looks at various rankings and scorecards judging geographic locations, noting these grades are best seen as a mix of art and data. Buzz: California ranks No. 3 for innovation when you ponder national scorecards for cutting-edge business activity. Source: My trusty spreadsheet compiled its own index at the state level using four recent “most innovative” rankings plus longer-term growth in patent filings by state. Topline My tally was relatively simple math — a ranking based on eac...
Tags: Amazon, Utah, Business, Florida, Hollywood, Texas, Technology, News, Minnesota, Mississippi, Maryland, Microsoft, Colorado, California, Housing, Washington


Kyrsten Sinema blocks Democrats' plan to spend $3.5 trillion on infrastructure, setting up major cuts

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ). Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call Inc. via Getty Images Kyrsten Sinema came out against the $3.5 trillion Democratic spending plan on Wednesday. Her opposition will force Democrats to scale back the bill to earn her support. She did not specify a new spending amount. See more stories on Insider's business page. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona came out in opposition to the Democratic $3.5 trillion spending blueprint, virtually ensuring her party will be forced to make...
Tags: Politics, Republicans, Congress, Senate, White House, Trends, Joe Biden, Economy, Infrastructure, Democrats, Arizona, Vermont, Reconciliation, Sen Bernie Sanders, Arizona Republic, Senate Budget Committee


'I don't feel any fear going out.' How residents are living in America's most vaccinated state

Throughout Vermont, hospital Covid-19 units are mostly empty. Bars and restaurants are hopping again. In remote rural towns, diners, country stores and campgrounds are filling up. This is life in the most vaccinated state in America.
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Blood Donations Urged as Red Cross Reports Severe Shortage

More than a dozen blood donation opportunities are scheduled around Vermont as the American Red Cross is reporting a severe blood shortage.
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The US Olympic team's logo only has 13 stars for a simple legal and logistical reason

Elsa/Getty Images Team USA uses a 13-star flag because 50 would create a mess on the uniforms. The 13-star flag is still an official flag, even the non-Betsy Ross version. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amid all the patriotic cheers for Team USA Olympians in Rio, some have questioned the patriotic accuracy of the logo for the U.S. Olympic Team. Specifically, many people are wondering why the logo only has 13 stars.The comments in social media circles have ranged from sim...
Tags: Usa, Kentucky, Advertising, US, Sports, Trends, Chicago, United States, Vermont, Rio Olympics, United States of America, Chicago Tribune, Team USA, USOC, US flag, Betsy Ross


CDC: Fully vaccinated people should mask up indoors - including in schools - as the Delta variant spreads across the US

A school employee checks the temperature of a student on the first day of in-person classes at Baldwin Park Elementary School on August 21, 2020 in Orlando, Florida. Paul Hennessy/NurPhoto via Getty Images The CDC has published its new mask guidelines: Everyone should wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccine status. Masks are particularly important in areas of high COVID-19 transmission and in schools, the CDC said. The CDC said in May that masks were no longer necessary for fully vaccina...
Tags: School, Science, News, Cdc, Senate, US, Trends, Public Health, Missouri, Delta, Vermont, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Afp, Orlando Florida, Barnes, University of Utah


CDC: Everyone should mask up indoors - whether they're fully vaccinated or not - as the Delta variant sweeps the US

A school employee checks a student's temperature on the first day of in-person classes at Baldwin Park Elementary School in Orlando, Florida, on August 21. Paul Hennessy/NurPhoto via Getty Images The CDC said on Tuesday that everyone should wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Masks are important in areas with high coronavirus transmission and in schools, it said. The CDC had said in May that masks were no longer necessary for fully vaccinated people. See more stories ...
Tags: School, Science, News, Cdc, Senate, US, Trends, Public Health, Missouri, Delta, Vermont, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Afp, Orlando Florida, Barnes, University of Utah


Vermont Continues to Lead Nation in Many COVID-19 Categories

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott says the state is continuing to lead the country with the highest percentage of its eligible population vaccinated against COVID-19, but the state is not letting up.
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Vermont Delegation Sends Letter About Passport Delays

Vermont’s congressional delegation is asking the U.S. State Department to direct sufficient resources to work through a backlog of requests for passports and renewals.
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Fourth Stimulus Check: Is Another Relief Payment Coming?

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A nonpartisan push to restore Congress’ role

  For too long, Congress has ceded unreasonable amounts of power to the executive branch. Restoring the constitutional order should not be a partisan issue. In a welcomed development, Sens. Mike Lee, R-Utah, Chris Murphy, D-Connecticut and Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, have introduced legislation requiring the president to receive congressional approval in areas of military force, emergency powers and arms exports. “The founders envisioned a balance of power between the executive and legislative br...
Tags: Congress, Opinion, Iraq, America, Sport, Soccer, Editorials, House, Connecticut, Saddam Hussein, Vermont, Bernie Sanders, Sanders, Murphy, Lee Murphy, Sens Mike Lee R Utah Chris Murphy


Canadian Wildfires Smoke Affecting Air Quality in Vermont

An air quality alert has been issued for much of Vermont as wood smoke from Canadian wildfires is still in the region.
Tags: Vermont, Wildfires Smoke Affecting Air Quality


Air Quality Health Advisory Issued for Northern Vermont

The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources has issued an air quality health advisory for the northern half of Vermont as smoke from wildfires in the west and Canada reaches the region.
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Fourth Stimulus Check: Will There Be Additional Relief Payments?

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Brattleboro Appoints Vermont's 1st Black Female Police Chief

Vermont’s first Black female police chief has been appointed in Brattleboro and will start her job this week.
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Vermont Archivist Appointed to Congress Records Committee

The Vermont state archivist  is going to serve on the Advisory Committee on the Records of Congress.
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Searchers Find Bodies of Male and Female Missing From Boat

Police say the Vermont Medical Examiner is working to determine the cause of death of a male and female whose bodies were found in Crystal Lake in Barton.
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The NRA-ILA on Exactly How Anti-Gun Research Works

The NRA-ILA offers an inside look into how anti-gun research works. IMG NRA-ILA U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- The objective world mistrusts most gun policy research because it’s clear the objective is to produce an anti-gun outcome rather than an honest analysis. Politicians and professional activists claim the mantle of evidence but will ignore any findings that threaten their anti-gun agenda. Anti-gun politicians continue to advocate for policies that the very researchers they champion have contra...
Tags: Guns, Obama Administration, Fbi, Vermont, Blackrock, IMG, New England Journal of Medicine, Anti, Kellerman, NRA-ILA, Gun Rights News, Institute for Legislative Action ILA, National Rifle Association of America ILA, Arthur Kellerman, Gary Kleck, Philip J Cook


Signs to Be Placed at Ponds to Protect Native Brook Trout

The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says signs will be posted near eight Vermont ponds where the use of baitfish is prohibited to protect native brook trout.
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Ben Feinson Post-Long Trail Men’s Supported Fastest Known Time Interview

The post Ben Feinson Post-Long Trail Men’s Supported Fastest Known Time Interview appeared first on iRunFar. On July 14, 2021, Ben Feinson set a new men’s supported fastest known time (FKT) on Vermont’s Long Trail. The oldest long-distance hiking trail in the United States, the Long Trail stretches between the Canadian border just outside of Jay State Forest and Green Mountain National Forest at the Vermont-Massachusetts border. Running the length of Vermont, the trail is rocky, root-covered, an...
Tags: Sport, United States, Running, East Coast, Vermont, New England, Joe, Southern California, Ben, Jim, Jesse, Owen, Prem, Lance, Vermont Massachusetts, Long Trail


Marlboro Music Festival to Buy Idled Vermont College Campus

The Marlboro Music Festival is working on a deal to purchase the campus of the now-closed Marlboro College in Vermont, ending a year of uncertainty over the future of the campus.
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Vermont Police Rescind Assault Citation, Chief Apologizes

A Vermont police chief has apologized to a Black man who was issued an assault citation following a neighborhood fight, and the citation has been rescinded.
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Fourth Stimulus Check: Will There Be Another Relief Payment?

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Vermont Board Ponders Return of Pledge After Virus Absence

A Vermont town board is considering whether to revive the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance now that it is holding in-person meetings again.
Tags: Pledge Of Allegiance, Vermont, Vermont Board