Vermont Vol.9 (VTDigger, Barre-Montpelier Times Argus, etc.)

With the $600 unemployment supplement due to stop at the end of July, Vermont business leaders are weighing the likely impact of a sharp drop in income that will affect thousands of people at once.https://t.co/96CLlXBVN3 — VTDigger (@vtdigger) July 18, 2020 Current and former students in Winooski, Vermont’s only majority-minority school district, are demanding their … Continue reading “Vermont Vol.9 (VTDigger, Barre-Montpelier Times Argus, etc.)”

Vermont Vol.8 (Burlington Free Press, University of Vermont)

Scott made the announcement Tuesday about extending the state of emergency, which he first declared in March and has extended every month. https://t.co/YiB7TRPrB4 — BurlingtonFreePress (@bfp_news) July 16, 2020 Decision affects eight sports and more than 300 athletes. School still to decide about winter and spring options. https://t.co/yNiHAUjuqy — BurlingtonFreePress (@bfp_news) July 16, 2020 The … Continue reading “Vermont Vol.8 (Burlington Free Press, University of Vermont)”

Vermont Vol.7 (Rutland Herald, Middlebury College, etc.)

MANCHESTER – Vermont’s first indoor concert since the beginning of the COVID-19 went off without a hitch Saturday. Masks were worn by 100 percent, social distancing was honored, hand-sanitizing stations were all over the place, the sold-out 50-membe… https://t.co/AN4tcvjBhn — Rutland Herald (@RutlandHerald) July 13, 2020 BARRE TOWN — Morrisville’s Brandon Lanphear kicked his Thunder … Continue reading “Vermont Vol.7 (Rutland Herald, Middlebury College, etc.)”

Vermont Vol.6

World-renowned Vermont banjo and pedal steel guitar player Gordon Stone died on Friday. "Those who knew him, played with him, or just enjoyed his music understood how truly gifted and talented he was," wrote Jennifer Harwood Stone on his Facebook page. https://t.co/NC24mgWG12 pic.twitter.com/lxnx3en6By — Seven Days (@sevendaysvt) July 12, 2020 Max Lorber-Lew is no ordinary … Continue reading “Vermont Vol.6”

Vermont Vol.5 / 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries Vol.15 (#SuperTuesday, miscellaneous)

I remember talking to a young woman in Vermont who left medical school with $300,000 in debt. Her crime? She wanted to become a doctor and work with low-income people. She shouldn’t be punished with a debt of $300,000. College indebtedness is a horror. — Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) March 4, 2020 Polls are still open … Continue reading “Vermont Vol.5 / 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries Vol.15 (#SuperTuesday, miscellaneous)”

Vermont Vol.4 (miscellaneous)

I've signed a proclamation making today Small Business Appreciation Day in Vermont. Buying local is a great way for Vermonters to support Vermonters. By shopping local this holiday season, together, we can help strengthen our small businesses and communities. #thinkVT #shopsmall pic.twitter.com/RvakdHmgcM — Governor Phil Scott (@GovPhilScott) November 30, 2019 Great to see Vermont company … Continue reading “Vermont Vol.4 (miscellaneous)”

Vermont Vol.3 (state, cities, etc.)

@vermontgov @VTEconDev @VTchamber @VBSR @bbavt @vermontbiz @VTAgencyofAg @VTfarm2plate @ShelburneFarms @VTCheeseCouncil @cabotcheese @VermontCreamery @GraftonCheese @VNRCorg @VoteGreenVT @GreenMtnPower @VPIRG @healthvermont @VTStateParks @VTFishWildlife @ski_vermont @KillingtonMtn @StrattonResort @mountsnow @sundayriver @Sugarbush_VT @SkiMagicVT @OkemoMountain @PicoMountain @jaypeakresort @Smugglers_Notch @StoweMtResort @BoltonValley @BromleyMountain @VermontTourism @VTDMV @VtHumanities @VTStateArchives @vermonthistory @VTArtsCouncil @VermontCF @vtlivingcom @vtdigger @bfp_news @TimesArgus @Vermontcom @sevendaysvt @ThisIsVT @uvmvermont @CEDOBTV BT_VT @BTVCITYARTS @CityMarket @SBCityVT @RutlandHerald … Continue reading “Vermont Vol.3 (state, cities, etc.)”

Vermont Vol.2 (corporations)

True Sustainability. Recycling captures #value from discarded materials and puts them to a higher and better use. Together with waste reduction and #reuse, these are essential #sustainability services. Learn more about our resource renewal vision here >> https://t.co/5U0iOZhdF6 pic.twitter.com/QLSQxXlaXH — Casella (@CasellaWaste) February 8, 2019 You got it, Kathy! Thank you! https://t.co/8RBYH6tBmV — Casella (@CasellaWaste) … Continue reading “Vermont Vol.2 (corporations)”

Vermont Vol.1

On March 4, 1791, Vermont became the 14th state. VT https://t.co/3XhuXzKxUO@uvmvermont https://t.co/gfGRkQEkoJ@MaddiShawnews @BrattReformer https://t.co/I6duaprx4nhttps://t.co/ehvmJDcqPe pic.twitter.com/m6KRwABFUt — World Solutions USA (@wsi_usa) January 2, 2017 VT Good News @bfp_news http://t.co/F3FQ4TNrtB Thomas KavetStatehouse Market Highlights Local Food @VPRDillon @vprnet http://t.co/8TMtgdHxvX — World Solutions USA (@wsi_usa) August 10, 2015 R&E: Farm&Food Econ @uvmCDE http://t.co/MGvDizL1PbFuture Econ @CenterAg http://t.co/pCCHXiS6P6 @Ecotrust across … Continue reading “Vermont Vol.1”

Science and Technology Vol.11 (artificial intelligence, robotics, etc.)

#AI taking self-synchronizing intelligent #drones to a whole new level.#ArtificialIntelligence #Drone #Robot #Robotics #Robotic #Tech #Technology #ML #MachineLearning #video #MakeYourOwnLane #defstar5 #mpgvip pic.twitter.com/hOVLZFKw3d — Gaurav (@iamGrvJ) December 15, 2019 Scaled Robotics wins Startup Battlefield at Disrupt Berlin 2019. This startup is transforming the construction industry by creating a manufacturing process that is lean, efficient and … Continue reading “Science and Technology Vol.11 (artificial intelligence, robotics, etc.)”

Maine Vol.5 (corporations, miscellaneous)

@MaineHealth @LLBean @Cianbro @WEXIncNews @jacksonlab @Spurwink @VIPTiresService @GDBIW @woodardcurran @CICBangor @bangorsavings @RMSmortgage @MP_HealthCare @CascoBay @cmpco @CEIMaine @BernsteinShur It is #MapleSyrupDay. Check out Maine's maple syrup economy in, "Maine’s Food System: An Overview and Assessment" #Mainefood #Maineeats #foodpolicy #foodsystems #foodeconomy #localvore #localfood #foodindustry #foodie https://t.co/PyrZ0OAEez — Maine Policy Review (@MainePolicyRev) December 17, 2019 This #throwbackThursday check … Continue reading “Maine Vol.5 (corporations, miscellaneous)”

Free papers, reports, et al. Vol.49 (paper.li January 2018 – January 2019 Vol.2)

The latest NEWS! https://t.co/FQJicdrAC1 Thanks to @wsi_usa @blog364 #energy #renewableenergy — AVA Energy (@AVAEnergy_) January 19, 2019 The latest Focus on Disability Newsletter! https://t.co/BrJL2TPvaK Thanks to @edinatoz @wsi_usa @ItFvYPebVawOKSR — Focus on Disability (@DisabilityUK) December 31, 2018 The latest GGE daily! https://t.co/cwGf8fyLBl Thanks to @wsi_usa @Sean_Breslin @thekimfisher #ai #smartcity — i-OANNIS (@iOANNISDUKE) November 30, 2018 … Continue reading “Free papers, reports, et al. Vol.49 (paper.li January 2018 – January 2019 Vol.2)”

US Policy Changes Vol.62 (Energy Vol.4 – free market, electricity franchise, the environment)

Here are articles on energy, free market, electricity franchise, the environment, et al. Excerpts are on our own. ‘America First’ Energy Plan Challenges Free Market Realities (2/7/2017) | @jeffbradynpr … “Drilling for oil and gas has picked up remarkably,” he says. In its Feb. 3 “rig count,” the oil field services company Baker Hughes reports … Continue reading “US Policy Changes Vol.62 (Energy Vol.4 – free market, electricity franchise, the environment)”

US Policy Changes Vol.54 (R&D Vol.2)

Here are articles on R&D. Excerpts are on our own. How Does the US President Decide on Science Policy? (1/4/2017) | @kellysimsgallagher (@TuftsUniversity) @LiveScience @ConversationEDU One of the president’s most important responsibilities is fostering science, technology and innovation in the U.S. economy. The relationship between science and policy runs in two directions: Scientific knowledge can … Continue reading “US Policy Changes Vol.54 (R&D Vol.2)”