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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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Tall Tales! Stories and Songs from New England
February 25, 2017
11:00 pm - 12:00 pm
Redfern Arts Center at Keene State College; Keene, NH
 
The Bill of Rights and You
February 27, 2017
PSA
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Pushing the Limits: Reading, Viewing, and Discussion series
February 27, 2017
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Salvage What You Can (NYC exhibit)
February 28, 2017
Thu - Sun, 1 - 6 PM, thru 3/5
Studio 10; Brooklyn, NY
 
Registration deadline: Books, Brains & Beer Pub Trivia Night
March 1, 2017
Registration Deadline
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Genealogy Group at Rockingham Library
March 1, 2017
Thursdays 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise
March 2, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Antigone
March 2, 2017
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Redfern Arts Center at Keene State College; Keene, NH
 
Rudyard Kipling Revisited
March 3, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Walpole Town Hall; Walpole, NH
 
Oedipus at Colonus
March 3, 2017
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Redfern Arts Center at Keene State College; Keene, NH
 
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The Walpolean
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 2/16/17 (Feb 25)
 
· Budget Hearing Minutes – 2/16/17 (Feb 25)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 2/9/17 (Feb 25)
 
· (Feb 25)
 
Eagle Times
· 2017 Hunger Challenge (Feb 25)
 
· Public forum planned for Rockingham hill-naming project (Feb 25)
 
· Brownsville General Store closed, up for sale (Feb 25)
 
· County continues search for sober housing location (Feb 24)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Circling and Singing our Spiritual Journeys, A Lenten retreat (Feb 25)
 
· TDS Telecom will be expanding their Vermont broadband (Feb 25)
 
· Ham Gillett explains Vt.’s universal recycling law (Feb 25)
 
· First Baptist Church of South Londonderry given a matching gift donation for their rebuilding project (Feb 25)
 
· Chester Rotary helps defray cost of stage lighting upgrade at GMUHS (Feb 25)
 
· Vendor applications for the 2017 Ludlow Farmers Market are now available! (Feb 25)
 
Valley News
· At the Hospitals: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Radiologists Receive National Awards (Feb 26)
 
· Vt. Special Olympics Coming to Woodstock (Feb 26)
 
· Local & Regional Briefs: New Hires at Headrest (Feb 26)
 
· People in Business: Feb. 26, 2017 (Feb 26)
 
· Business Notes: Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society Posts Loss for 2016 (Feb 26)
 
· Downtown Infrastructure Bonds on Hartford Meeting Agenda (Feb 26)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
· Rack it Up! seeks more spots (Feb 25)
 
· Bulletin board Feb. 25, 2017 (Feb 25)
 
· After the loss of her daughter, Keene mother hopes to help others (Feb 25)
 
· From the files Feb. 25, 2017 (Feb 25)
 
· The man behind the voice: Paul Scheuring (Feb 25)
 
· Correction, Feb. 25, 2017 (Feb 25)
 
· Keene chamber to host forum on housing (Feb 25)
 
· Brattleboro Retreat appoints new chief medical officer (Feb 25)
 
· Grand jury hands up drug-charge indictments (Feb 25)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Feb. 24, 2017 (Feb 24)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
· Town Meeting 2017: Dummerston town budget up, school budget down (Feb 25)
 
· Morgan runs as write-in candidate for Brattleboro Town School Board (Feb 25)
 
· Legendary teacher, drama director receives Heart of the Arts Award (Feb 25)
 
· Brattleboro's Inclusion Center reaches out to local businesses (Feb 25)
 
· Have Stories, Will Travel: Kipling impersonator brings writer to life (Feb 25)
 
· Flood watch for Vermont - be attentive to rising rivers and streams (Feb 24)
 
· Homeless housing proposed at Lamplighter Inn approaches finish line (Feb 24)
 
· Pepsi-Cola Brattleboro/Leader Distribution Systems welcomes new neighbor (Feb 24)
 
· Green Street School on perpetual field trip (Feb 23)
 
· 2014 Townshend Homicide: O'Neill trial set for June (Feb 23)
 
Springfield VT News
· New York Times: Sweden, Nation of Open Arms, Debates Implications of Immigration (Feb 26)
 
· Bowling individual state championships (Feb 26)
 
· Springfield school taxes to go down (Feb 26)
 
· Brett Smith appointed CEO of Springfield's One Credit Union (Feb 25)
 
· 61st Apple Blossom Cotillion rehearsals underway (Feb 25)
 
· Springfield Senior Center news (Feb 24)
 
· Wrestlers win more than medals (Feb 24)
 
· Local wrestlers ready for Vermont championships (Feb 24)
 
· Opinion: Keep theater in Springfield (Feb 24)
 
· Slaters beat Springfield to keep pace (Feb 24)
 
Chester Telegraph
· UPDATE: I-91 Bridge Construction in Rockingham (Feb 24)
 
· TRSU Act 46 merger committee approves four-town RED proposal (Feb 24)
 
· Chester Select Board agenda for March 1, 2017 (Feb 24)
 
· Derry absentee ballots available for school district merger (Feb 24)
 
· Andover Select Board meeting for Feb. 27, 2017 (Feb 24)
 
Nashua Telegraph
· Driver in fatal ID'd, indicted < (Feb 25)
 
· Not licensed as a day care (Feb 25)
 
· Hollis Preschool prepares kids with play-based and transitional lessons (Feb 25)
 
· Pancake breakfast feeds Safe Station program (Feb 25)
 
· Friday's High School Highlights: Guertin girls rout Astros to seize top seed in D-I (Feb 25)
 
· Celtics waste early lead, Raptors roll to victory (Feb 25)
 
· Coaching shuffle at Souhegan, North (Feb 25)
 
· MLB camp is surreal experience for Nashua’s McGowan (Feb 25)
 
Concord Monitor
· The ins and outs of N.H.’s new firearms law (Feb 26)
 
· Father charged in death of 3-year-old Concord girl (Feb 26)
 
· N.H. struggling to solve a psychiatric problem that’s been years in the making (Feb 26)
 
· Backlog of behavioral health patients constrains Concord Hospital Emergency Department (Feb 26)
 
· Senate passes bill limiting junk food advertising in schools (Feb 26)
 
· Hillsboro-Deering DECA students head for California (Feb 26)
 
· Understanding our mountain: Exhibition explores climate conditions on Mt. Washington through art and science (Feb 26)
 
· Survivors denounce Vatican handling of Peru abuse case (Feb 26)
 
Union Leader
· Roger Brown's NH College Notebook Merrimack's Gasper starts year strong (Feb 26)
 
· Dick Pinney's Guide Lines Inauspicious start to deer-hunting exploits (Feb 26)
 
· Hockey East UNH drops season finale (Feb 26)
 
· High School Roundup Trinity upends Exeter (Feb 26)
 
· NH College Roundup St. Anselm women advance to title match (Feb 26)
 
· NHIAA Boys' Hockey Goffstown nudges Windham in key Division II battle (Feb 26)
 
· America East Wildcats win 2OT thriller (Feb 26)
 
· NHIAA Bowling No split for Spaulding siblings (Feb 26)
 
WCAX
· More members of the 158th Fighter Wing return to Green Mountains (Feb 26)
 
· Despite weather, Snowshoe Championships held in Saranac Lake (Feb 26)
 
· Community determined to bring back Putney store (Feb 25)
 
· Woman collapses in Londonderry hotel, dies (Feb 25)
 
· Vermont businesses awarded $7.1 million in loans (Feb 25)
 
· Annual Vermont ice fish derby canceled (Feb 25)
 
· Police: 1 killed in Barre crash (Feb 25)
 
· Police: Man killed in Woodstock car crash (Feb 25)
 
· Destination Recreation: East Coast Sno-Cross (Feb 25)
 
· Bombshell in sex crimes case against McAllister (Feb 25)
 
· New drug treatment option set to open in Vergennes (Feb 25)
 
· Changing of the guard at Hardwick Gazette (Feb 25)
 
· 16 pending cases dropped after Burlington cop resignation (Feb 25)
 
· Beloved ducks get married at NH school (Feb 25)
 
VPR
· Spencer Rendahl: Immigration And Eugenics (Feb 25)
 
· Levin: Science On A Sphere (Feb 25)
 
· Police Reporting Of Unauthorized Immigrants Varies Dramatically Between N.H. Towns (Feb 24)
 
· Post-Election, Bernie Sanders Makes Use Of His High Profile In The Democratic Party (Feb 24)
 
· Group Helps Build Political Engagement in New England’s Muslim Community (Feb 24)
 
· IBM, VELCO Partner On Grid Software Startup (Feb 24)
 
· From War-Torn Syria To Snowy Prep School, Syrian Refugees Seek Education In Vermont (Feb 24)
 
· Giving Up School Choice: A Year Later, Elmore Reflects On The Pros And Cons (Feb 24)
 
· House Speaker Mitzi Johnson On Vermont Edition (Feb 24)
 
· An Update On Dartmouth College's Efforts To Mitigate Local Groundwater Contamination (Feb 24)
 
VTDigger
· ‘Grave concerns’ over controversial Middlebury speaker (Feb 25)
 
· Vermont State Board of Education approves resolution criticizing Trump immigration policies (Feb 25)
 
· Anticipated increase in ICE detainees puts Vermont out of state inmates in limbo (Feb 25)
 
· Senate OKs bill allowing doctors to eat conference food paid for by drug companies (Feb 25)
 
· Trump warning doesn’t deter push for pot in Vermont Legislature (Feb 25)
 
· VTDigger updates commenting registration system (Feb 25)
 
· Prosecutors play recorded conversation with accuser at McAllister hearing (Feb 25)
 
· VIDEO: Body camera footage shows Burlington officer contradicting his sworn statement (Feb 25)
 
· Haviland Smith: How not to fight terrorism (Feb 25)
 
· Joe Benning: Eat your peas (Feb 25)
 
· Bob Stannard: Vote in support of your library (Feb 25)
 
· Kerry Fantelli: The importance of symbols and words (Feb 24)
 
· PODCAST: Republicans split on Gov. Scott’s immigration proposal (Feb 24)
 
· YWP: ‘My Big, Beautiful Bubble’ (Feb 24)
 
Seven Days VT
· Graphic Tape Played in Court as McAllister Tries to Toss Plea Deal (Feb 25)
 
· Vermont Senate Approves Bill to Limit ‘Duty to Warn’ (Feb 24)
 
· Scott, No Fan of Trump, Heads to White House for NGA Meeting (Feb 24)
 
· Playtime: Loupo, 'Good Company' (Feb 24)
 
· Walters: Panel Launches Quest for Campaign Finance Reforms (Feb 24)
 
· As BHS Students Watch, Vermont Senate Passes Immigration Bill (Feb 23)
 
· Walters: Scott’s Customer-First Environmental Stewardship (Feb 23)
 
· Prosecutors to Drop 16 Cases After Burlington Cop 'Lied' About Stop (Feb 23)
 
· Margaritas and More at the Revamped Montpelier Mad Taco (Feb 23)
 
· Butterflies, Live! [SIV479] (Feb 23)
 
· Burlington Cop Resigns After Perjury Allegation in Drug Case (Feb 22)
 
· 'Three-Ring Circus:' Vermont House Election Recount Halted (Feb 22)
 
· Walters: Vermont Senate Panel Orders Up a Fistful of Studies (Feb 22)
 
· Soundbites: Show Up; Ain't Their First Rodeo (Feb 22)
 
Local News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette