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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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Rockingham Library annual book sale
April 24, 2017, Monday
Runs April 8 through 29
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Cuba
April 24, 2017, Monday
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Windham County VT Applicants Sought for Forestry Scholarship
April 25, 2017, Tuesday
Announcement
Windham County, VT; Windham County, VT
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
April 25, 2017, Tuesday
Various days and showtimes
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Italian Cooking Class
April 25, 2017, Tuesday
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Next Stage; Putney, VT
 
windhamrx.org
April 26, 2017, Wednesday
Public Service Announcement
Windham County, VT; Windham County, VT
 
Employment Fair
April 26, 2017, Wednesday
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Riverside Middle School; Springfield, VT
 
Saxtons River Cares: Meeting about Expanding Services
April 26, 2017, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Christ’s Church; Saxtons River, VT
 
"Discovering Your Family History" workshop
April 27, 2017, Thursday
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia: Effective Communication Strategies
April 27, 2017, Thursday
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Currier Hall; Bellows Falls, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· Drug Disposal Opportunity – 4/29/17 (Apr 21)
 
· Saving Our Songbirds – 4/21/17 (Apr 19)
 
· Recycling Center Closed – 4/27/17 (Apr 17)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Change (Apr 17)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 4/6/17 (Apr 15)
 
Eagle Times
· Hair salon to open in Moody Building (Apr 23)
 
· Passing the cone (Apr 23)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Irma Nina Weinzierl, 1944 – 2017 (Apr 24)
 
· You don’t need to know horses to volunteer (Apr 24)
 
· Vermont Press Association praises Legislature for passing shield law for journalists (Apr 23)
 
· Richard Alan Knight II “Rick,” 1982 – 2017 (Apr 23)
 
· River Singers 25th anniversary spring concert (Apr 23)
 
· NECA art exhibition and charity auction at Claremont Opera House (Apr 23)
 
· Participate in Green-Up day and keep Vermont beautiful (Apr 22)
 
· Rodney L. Page, 1945 – 2016 (Apr 22)
 
· Next OLLI program uncovers American Revolution spies (Apr 22)
 
· RVTC’s Collaboratory is open to community members (Apr 22)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Turnout in Thousands at New England Science Marches (Apr 23)
 
· Dartmouth Grad, CNN Anchor Tapper Gets to Live His ‘MAD’ Comic Dream (Apr 23)
 
· Vermont Hospitals Must Lower Insurance Rates with Surplus (Apr 23)
 
· N.Y. Mayor De Blasio Proposes Raising Cigarette Pack Price to $13 (Apr 23)
 
· UVM Medical College Benefactor Dies (Apr 23)
 
· International Visitors Are Top N. England Tourists (Apr 23)
 
· VAST Continues Rail Trail Expansion Efforts (Apr 23)
 
· Fishing Season Opens on Ponds Managed for Trout (Apr 23)
 
· Refresh Your Home (Apr 23)
 
· Survey: Outdated Office Technology Costs Businesses Time and Money (Apr 23)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Toxicology report on man found in river may be weeks away (Apr 23)
 
· Senior news April 23, 2017 (Apr 23)
 
· Last week in The Sentinel (Apr 23)
 
· From the files April 23, 2017 (Apr 23)
 
· Keene farmers market to launch summer season with several new vendors (Apr 23)
 
· Keene State students to present to public on homelessness (Apr 23)
 
· Keene Sentinel seeks nomination for Ewing Arts Awards (Apr 23)
 
· Bulletin board April 23, 2017 (Apr 23)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, April 23, 2017 (Apr 23)
 
· Not-too-far-away getaway options, with the kiddos (Apr 23)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Vermont cartoonists offer graphic take on the world today (Apr 24)
 
· Police Log (Apr 24)
 
· Alliance forming along Green River (Apr 24)
 
· Town celebrates completion of West Brattleboro Fire Station (Apr 24)
 
· After lawsuit, Bradley House redevelopment project moves forward (Apr 21)
 
· Green Writers Press: 'Ralph Flies the Coop' at Putney Central School (Apr 21)
 
· Connecticut River Dams: Hydro relicensing moving ahead, new owner says (Apr 21)
 
· Police Log: Cars too hot for pets (Apr 21)
 
· Vermont State House: State Senate approves legal-pot measure (Apr 21)
 
· A small thing, but highly symbolic: Brattleboro to observe Indigenous Peoples' Day (Apr 21)
 
Springfield VT News
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Apr 24)
 
· National Record Store Day (Apr 23)
 
· Steampunk festival to hold Tweed Ride and Fun Run (Apr 23)
 
· 2nd Annual Gurney Field Day planned (Apr 22)
 
· Jasinski to be inducted into the VPA Hall of Fame (Apr 22)
 
· Tucker Carlson & RFK Jr. open Pandora's box live on air (Apr 21)
 
· Syria Chemical Attack Conspiracy Explained in 4 Minutes (Apr 21)
 
· Rutland denies Springfield (Apr 21)
 
· Springfield Senior Center news (Apr 21)
 
· State housing agency approves tax credits for housing projects (Apr 20)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Robbers caught on camera in two convenience store robberies (Apr 21)
 
· Mt. Holly-Ludlow school merger info meeting set for April 24 (Apr 21)
 
· Rt 11 solar firm to Derry board: more panels, screening to be added (Apr 19)
 
· Editorial: Good grief, Gov. Scott! (Apr 19)
 
· Chester DRB meeting for April 24, 2017 (Apr 18)
 
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Downtown: Main Street balcony application has planners thinking ahead (Apr 24)
 
· Concord Ortho proposes conservation easement to offset wetland parking lot impact (Apr 24)
 
· N.H. Holocaust survivor tells story, discusses how it resonates today (Apr 24)
 
· Community reluctantly bidding farewell to 600-year-old tree (Apr 24)
 
· NKorea detains US citizen, the 3rd American being held there (Apr 24)
 
· Macron, Le Pen to face off in May (Apr 24)
 
· More Venezuelans struggle in US as their country implodes (Apr 24)
 
· W.Va. public school’s Bible class heads to court (Apr 24)
 
· Scams push foreclosure fraud to limit, taking victims’ homes (Apr 24)
 
· Baby bump: Birthing giraffe becomes a cash cow for tiny zoo (Apr 24)
 
Union Leader
· Win tickets to see Riverdance 20 Years Anniversary Tour at the SNHU Arena (Apr 24)
 
· Centrist Macron appears set for runoff with Le Pen for French presidency (Apr 24)
 
· Police Officers passing by nab alleged store robber (Apr 24)
 
· Pembroke woman charged with drunk driving (Apr 24)
 
· Sens' MacArthur puts off retirement, ends Bruins' season in OT (Apr 24)
 
· Chappell birdies 18th to capture Texas Open (Apr 24)
 
· Governor's Cup at Lee USA a breeze for Moltz (Apr 24)
 
· Bill O'Reilly to return with podcast (Apr 24)
 
· Speed thrills as Fishers dash past Yard Goats (Apr 24)
 
· Red Sox fight back 8212 and win game (Apr 24)
 
WCAX
· YCQM April 23, 2017 - LT. Garry Scott, Kevin Marshia, and Ted Ortiz (Apr 24)
 
· ICE OUT at Joe's Pond in West Danville (Apr 24)
 
· Rollover in Colchester sends two to hospital (Apr 24)
 
· Wrong-way driver on Interstate 91 (Apr 24)
 
· Attempted abduction in Burlington (Apr 23)
 
· Man arrested at Champlain border with handguns (Apr 23)
 
· Crash in Milton brings down power lines (Apr 23)
 
· Delegation from Russia in Burlington (Apr 23)
 
· Messy mission in Plattsburgh Park (Apr 23)
 
· Teens accused in separate Saturday accidents (Apr 23)
 
· Are your playgrounds safe? Local experts weigh in on the safety of public playgrounds. (Apr 23)
 
· Police: Woman hit pedestrian, gave ride home (Apr 23)
 
· Police: Mom used child's name for credit card (Apr 23)
 
· Non-profit teaches 'no' to sleeping with baby (Apr 23)
 
VPR
· VPR Newscast for 4/23/2017 at 9:04 a.m. (Apr 23)
 
· In For A Landing: The Spring Bird Show (Apr 21)
 
· Vermonters To Join Global 'March For Science' With Events Across The State (Apr 21)
 
· Krupp: New Pollination Practices (Apr 21)
 
· One Year Later, Tinmouth Community Demands Accountability In Hit-And-Run Death (Apr 21)
 
· Luskin: Advance Directives (Apr 21)
 
· This Low-Cost, High-Level Soccer Club Turns Competition Into Opportunity (Apr 21)
 
· Pot Legalization Passes Vt. Senate, But Probably Won't Reach House This Session (Apr 21)
 
· Illustrating Stories Of Service: Vermont VA Pairs Women Vets With Cartoonists (Apr 21)
 
· Senator Tim Ashe On The Legislative Session (Apr 21)
 
NHPR
· N.H. To See New Federal Money to Help Combat Opioid Epidemic (Apr 21)
 
· Retiring Ringling Brothers Circus To Make Final Appearance In Manchester (Apr 21)
 
· This Low-Cost, High-Level Soccer Club Turns Competition Into Opportunity (Apr 21)
 
· Dartmouth Professor to Speak Out at Concord March For Science (Apr 21)
 
· Manchester School District Agrees To Pay $150K To Settle Lawsuit (Apr 20)
 
· After Its Busiest Winter Yet, Keene Homeless Shelter Seeks Bigger Space (Apr 20)
 
· Lewandowski To Speak At Rockingham County GOP Event (Apr 20)
 
· GOP's 'House Freedom Caucus' To Create Political Action Committee (Apr 20)
 
· Labrie Denied New Trial in St. Paul's Sexual Assault Case (Apr 19)
 
· Easterseals Program Recruits Immigrant Workers To Help Children With Disabilities (Apr 19)
 
VTDigger
· Blittersdorf spends $5M on rail cars, envisioning commuter train (Apr 24)
 
· Then Again: Free or enslaved? Vermont court would decide (Apr 24)
 
· Steven Gold: What Vermont can’t afford (Apr 23)
 
· Jack Mayer & Emily Joselson: Be an ally (Apr 23)
 
· Barrie Dunsmore: Big Pharma and the opioid crisis (Apr 23)
 
· Senators push regulators for progress on medical pay parity (Apr 23)
 
· Vermont cartoonists offer graphic take on world today (Apr 23)
 
· Hydro relicensing moving ahead, says dams’ new owner (Apr 23)
 
· Document: Mix of drugs led to Fair Haven woman’s death (Apr 23)
 
· Senate budget package looks to teachers’ retirement (Apr 21)
 
· Walt Amses: Tomahawk diplomacy (Apr 21)
 
· Jaiel Pulskamp: The economics of climate change (Apr 21)
 
· Bob Stannard: Which way did he go, George? (Apr 21)
 
· UPDATED: Arrest made in South Burlington threat case (Apr 21)
 
Seven Days VT
· Digital Forensics Led to Charge Against South Burlington Student (Apr 22)
 
· The Parmelee Post: Farmhand-to-Table Restaurants Allow Patrons to Harvest Own Ingredients (Apr 22)
 
· Walters: House Panel Puts a Wrap on Ethics Bill (Apr 22)
 
· South Burlington Student Charged With Making Death Threats (Apr 21)
 
· Vermont Senate Votes 21-9 for Marijuana Legalization (Apr 21)
 
· Playtime: Femme Techno Night at Speaking Volumes (Apr 21)
 
· South Burlington Schools to Be Closed Friday After Repeated Threats (Apr 21)
 
· Walk the Long Trail at Berlin Mall [SIV486] (Apr 20)
 
· Walters: Vermont Shield Bill Passes Key House Vote (Apr 19)
 
· Senators Plan Renewed Push for Marijuana Legalization (Apr 19)
 
· Independent Ali Dieng to Run for Open Burlington City Council Seat (Apr 19)
 
· Convict-Turned-Lawmaker Pushes Criminal Justice Reform in Vermont (Apr 19)
 
· Vermont Choral Union Commissions 50th Anniversary Song Cycle (Apr 19)
 
· Art Review: 'Alnobak: Wearing Our Heritage,' Amy E. Tarrant Gallery (Apr 19)
 
Vermont Press Bureau
· Senate passes marijuana legalization bill with tax-and-regulate language (Apr 21)
 
· Scaled-back paid leave plan clears tax committee (Apr 20)
 
· Senators look to advance discussion on legal pot (Apr 19)
 
· Listen: Capital Beat Podcast 4.19.17 (Apr 19)
 
· Liquor-Lottery merger shelved (Apr 19)
 
· Scott: Nomination flawed but acceptable if confirmed (Apr 19)
 
· Lawmakers push for Liquor-Lottery merger (Apr 18)
 
Business Vermont
· Mental health compensation bill removes objective standards (Apr 22)
 
· Vermont Teddy Bear announces Limb Loss & Limb Difference Bears (Apr 21)
 
· Winooski contractor transfers ownership to employees (Apr 21)
 
· Bread Loaf welcomes Oakman as new manager (Apr 21)
 
· Gund family creates Institute for the Environment at UVM (Apr 21)
 
· Community sustained indie bookstores through tough times (Apr 21)
 
· Milton to open art center and gallery (Apr 21)
 
Vermont state government
· Vermont is Number One in the Nation for Health Security Preparedness (Apr 21)
 
· Fish Stocking Underway Across Vermont (Apr 21)
 
· Vermont Schools Lead on Recycling & Composting (Apr 20)
 
· Fourteen Supervisory Unions, Districts Awarded Flexible Pathways Expansion Grants (Apr 20)
 
· Celebration of Newly Conserved Lands Set for May 6 in Castleton VT (Apr 20)
 
· Steelhead Rainbow Trout Runs Are Happening Now (Apr 19)
 
· Young Wildlife Belong in the Wild (Apr 19)