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Zig Zag Lit Mag Issue.7.5

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Zig Zag Lit Mag is an arts & literature magazine for & by the residents of Addison County. We had to…

Shine Your Light

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Screenshot of invitation to local community-building event on Facebook to show gratitude for all…

COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Text

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The Vermont Department of Health sent texts relating to a scheduled vaccine appointment for the…

Voting in the Pandemic

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The pandemic created challenges for election officials in the August primary and the November…

VPR Memorializes Covid-19 Victims at One-Year Mark

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One year out, Vermont Public Radio (VPR) reached out to family and friends for help remembering who…

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Covid Training Packet to Return to Work

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This is the PDF of training materials assembled by the Vermont Occupational Safety and Health Agency…

"What we are seeing on the ground"

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Vermont FoodBank sent out this email to supporters reporting that they had distributed 83% more food…

Vermont Libraries Statistics, Sept. 23

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Vermont libraries are independent organizations and made their own decisions on when to open. In…

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Statistics on Public Libraries, July 15

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The Vermont Department of Libraries began surveying public libraries in the state to see how many…

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VOSHA, Department of Health Provide Training for Vermonters to Return to Work

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This is the press release issued by the Vermont Department of Labor (with advice added by the…

12,579 Covid Cases and More Statistics

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These charts and tables produced by the Vermont Department of Health and VtDigger show that as of…

Covid Dashboard, June 18, 2021

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The state's covid-tracking dashboard showed very few Covid-19 cases in the state on June 18, 2021.

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