• Niles Gets One Year Probation
  • Plans for Change in Current Use Program
  • Senate Passes Food Labeling Bill

niles mugNEWPORT- Derick Niles, the man who engaged in a police stand off last September, is going to spend one year on probation.

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farmNORTHEAST KINGDOM- The Vermont Current Use Program has been in effect since 1978 when it was passed under the Use Value Appraisal Law. Now, the Vermont State Senate is looking to find a way to prevent landowners from taking advantage of the program.

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gmo updateNORTHEAST KINGDOM- The Vermont Senate has passed a bill that will require food to be labeled if there are genetically modified ingredients used in them. The bill still needs to be passed by the Vermont House to be enacted.

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Flooded Farms

Melting snow has rivers on the rise. How are these high water levels effecting a farm in Newbury?


Water Shut Off


Some St. Johsnbury residents are once again without running water, find out why.


Issues With 'Current Use' 


Vermont's Current Use system is easily taken advantage of by land owners, and the state wants to make some changes. Hear from a local farm on how they are using the system.


Week in Review 3/31 - 4/4

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