National Farm to School Month

farmtoschoolVERMONT- October is national Farm to School Month, informing students about the healthy benefits of eating local food, while helping our community farmers. This month was established in 2010 when the U.S. House of Representatives wanted to recognize the important role local farms play in promoting healthy living, while at the same time benefiting the states economy.

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LGBTVERMONT- recently rated Vermont as one of the best places to live and work for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender residents; also known as L-G-B-T.Federal Law does not protect L-G-B-T people in the work environment, but discrimination has faded as more companies are becoming accepting.

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2013 Flu Season

flu shotVERMONT - In 2010, millions of people in the United States contracted the flu virus. It was recorded as one of the worst breakouts in 40 years. This year health officials want more people to get their flu shots so that this virus can be controlled.

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Green Up Vermont

greenupdayVERMONT - Over the weekend thousands of volunteers both young and old grabbed their green bags and turned out to participate in the 43rd annual Vermont Green Up Day.

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Norrie's Statement in O'Hagan Case Useable

norrieVERMONT - Statements made by a man who may be connected to the Mary Pat O'Hagan Murder case, will now be admissible in court. Michael Norrie has plead not guilty to two federal indictments, both regarding weapons. Neither weapons case is connected to the O'Hagan case.

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Special Olympians Shred the Mountain

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WOODSTOCK - Special Olympians are special both in name and in character. Yes, it's a competition, and yes, medals are awarded, but for these athletes, the games aren't about competition; they're about camaraderie.

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Death With Dignity or Assisted Suicide?

bill77MONTPELIER - The Vermont Senate will continue to debate a bill that would allow Vermonters to play a roll in ending their lives.

After debates in the senate the motion passed with tie of fifteen votes ya and fifteen votes nay, with the president of the senate breaking the tie voting in favor of the bill.

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Flu Vaccination Concerns Vermonters

flu shot rebeccaVERMONT - Influenza, commonly known as the flu, is caused by viruses that affect and infect the throat, nose, and lungs. Influenza is spread through the air by coughing and sneezing.

In the northern hemisphere, flu season peaks in February, but can begin as early as October.

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Phil Scott Hits the Open Road

Phil Scott Campaign RideST. JOHNSBURY - Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott hit the road to continue campaigning. Scott is not doing your conventional meet and greets and then getting back in his car. He is riding all over the state on his bicycle. 

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Vermonters Get a Visit from a VIP

President ObamaBURLINGTON- President Obama made a visit to the University of Vermont earlier today. During his latest stop on the campaign trail, he gave a speech reaching out to Vermonters saying that he is working to bring major change to Washington, especially in regards to insurance and equal pay.

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