VPR’s Steve Zind talks with reporter John Gregg of the Valley News about plans to relocate one of the helicopters Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center uses to transport critically ill and injured patients.
Valley News reporter John Gregg talks with VPR’s Jane Lindholm about how the economic downturn is affecting the Upper Valley’s two largest employers, Dartmouth College and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Leahy and Bernie Sanders, and New Hampshire’s John Sununu and Judd Gregg were on the winning side
Saturday as the Senate approved a plan to help homeowners facing foreclosure
and to save mortgage companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The Department of Fish and Wildlife is funded primarily by the license
fees paid for hunting and fishing. But those activities are declining, a situation that calls into question how the department is
funded. We talk with former Fish and Wildlife commissioner Steve Wright
and Ed Gallo of the Vermont Hunters Anglers and Trappers Association.
Also, how snarls of traffic are affecting the Upper Valley, and essayist Tim Johnson
commiserates with fellow flu sufferers.
Senators Judd Gregg and John Sununu say that the Department of Health and Human
Services will release $1.5 million in federal Low-Income Home Energy
Assistance Program to the state today.
We examine the pros and cons of Instant Runoff Voting with Burlington Rep. Chris Pearson,
and Rutland Sen. Kevin Mullin. Also, Valley News reporter John Gregg joins us to talk about
how some neighbors are fighting a proposed homeless shelter in White River
Junction. And, we hear sounds from this year’s White Coat Ceremony at
the University of Vermont.