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VSP attempt to locate man believed to be armed and dangerous

On October 2 at approximately 10:23 p.m., VT State Troopers encountered two suspicious vehicles parked at the Orleans Library. Troopers approached the vehicles and identified Daniel Peters as an occupant of one of the vehicles. At that time, it was known Peters had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. Troopers then ordered the female operator, later identified as Shannon Wrabel, to stop the vehicle, as at that point she was trying to pull out. Wrabel failed to comply with the order and drove off in an aggressive and negligent manner with Peters in the vehicle.
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Dangerous drugs on campus have kids speaking out at Vermont high school

Crews on Thursday recovered the red pickup truck that belonged to a missing man, pulling it off the bottom of the Winooski River in Waterbury. It's only a game, but for Paul Trono, football has been part of who he is for more than half a century. Our Joe Carroll takes you out on the field to meet this Vermont Super Senior.
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Vermont businesses bring in $1.7 million at Big E, set single-day attendance record

Big E Vermont Building Vendors and Visitors Experience Exceptional Year at 17-Day Event!. Vermont Business Magazine Vermont businesses have fantastic year at the region’s biggest fair: The Big E. When the 2022 Big E ended on Sunday October 2nd, preliminary sales totaled $1.7 million dollars. The 17-day event invited visitors from New England and beyond to come experience a taste of our region’s businesses, food, agriculture, and products. The Vermont Building once again hosted many great businesses from the Green Mountain State, providing a wonderful, historic venue for a great year.
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Thousands of Vermonters now disqualified from student loan forgiveness

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Vermont kids learn all about agriculture at Farm and Field Day

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Vermont State Police Log: VSP seeks help in two assault cases

ADDISON COUNTY — Vermont State Police issued a citation after responding to a report of a domestic disturbance at an Otter Creek Road home in Addison at 8:42 p.m. on Sept. 29. Through investigation troopers said they discovered that Russell Kinsley, 69, of Addison had struck and caused bodily...
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Crash causes vehicle fire in Hartford

HARTFORD — Police responded to a two-vehicle crash in Hartford last week. The crash took place on I-89 north on September 30. The interstate was shut down for a short period due to one of the vehicles catching fire. According to the report, Annette Ruotolo, 37, was operating a...
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Vermont researchers join study aimed at stopping spread of Lyme disease

JOHNSON, Vt. (WCAX) - Researchers at NVU-Johnson are beginning a five-year regional study to figure out how to stop the spread of Lyme disease. “This is going to be applied research really to find practical solutions to see what works best to lower the tick population,” said William Landesman, an associate professor of biology at NVU-Johnson, soon to be Vermont State University.
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Covid numbers questioned

I recently heard on VPR the supposed latest numbers on Covid in Vermont. I can understand how the state has accurate numbers for the number of folks hospitalized or in the intensive care units, but I question the total number of cases. Two weeks ago, my three grandchildren, my husband...
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Woodstock officer won't face charges in officer-involved shooting

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Two women open ZBotanicals, a CBD store in Hartland

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