An education group has singled out Vermont as a national example of doing a good job to prepare students for college; deadly white-nose syndrome is striking more bats over a larger area this winter; more…
More diseased bats are being reported in southwestern Vermont. Biologist
Scott Darling says the Fish and Wildlife Department investigated a new area
after getting a flurry of reports that bats have been seen flying around.
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.