Racial Tensions and Advertising Unhealthy Products

In Uncategorized by WDEV Radio

Dave talks with a Curtiss Reed Jr. of the Vermont Partnership for Fairness and Diversity about heightened racial tensions. Later, Tines Argus Editor Steve Pappas on his paper’s decision to run ads from a tobacco vaping product. 

F-35s and Climate Issues

In Dave Gram Show, Uncategorized by WDEV Radio

While Dave is out sick, Colin Meyn and Xander Landen host the show. Richard Czaplinksi of Veterans for Peace talks about military issues both in state and out of state including the basing of F-35s in Vermont. Rep. Selene Coburn (Progressive) calls in to discuss the carbon tax and climate change. Rep. Sarah Copeland-Hanzas (Democrat) talks about the proposal to …

Updated Tuesday Evening Forecast — March 12th, 2019

In Uncategorized by WDEV Radio

TONIGHT: Mostly clear and cold. A low 5 to 15 degrees, warmest northern areas. Light southwest winds. TOMORROW: Partial sunshine giving way to cloudy skies in the afternoon. A rising chance for snow showers mixed with rain valley floors late. A high in the mid 30s to around 40. Light south winds. WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Cloudy. Periods of wet accumulating slushy …

News Review and Listeners’ Calls

In Dave Gram Show, Uncategorized by WDEV Radio

Original Air Date: February 6, 2019 On Wednesday’s Dave Gram Show, Times Argus Editor Steve Pappas joins Dave to talk about the latest on Act 46 revisions, the Montpelier garage appeal, and the possibility of a national constitutional convention. Later, we’ll ask listeners to weigh in on President Trump’s State of the Union Speech. ← All Posts for Show The …

Updated Friday Night Forecast — October 19th, 2018

In Uncategorized by WDEV Radio

TONIGHT: Thickening clouds. A sprinkle or two possible toward daybreak. A low near 45. Southwest breeze 10 to 15 mph across the hills. TOMORROW: Mostly cloudy. A couple sprinkles or light rain showers. Nar seasonal temperature.A high around 55. Southwest winds 10 to 20 mph. SATURDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy. A few mountain sprinkles changing to snow flurries. Little more than …