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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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Vilas Bridge archaeological documentation
September 22, 2017, Friday
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Vilas Bridge; NH / VT
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
September 22, 2017, Friday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Greater Falls Farmers Market
September 22, 2017, Friday
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Hetty Green Park; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Digging into Native History in New Hampshire
September 22, 2017, Friday
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Walpole Town Hall; Walpole, NH
 
Victoria Redel
September 22, 2017, Friday
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Next Stage; Putney, VT
 
Brooks Memorial Library's All-Day 50th Birthday Party
September 23, 2017, Saturday
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Brooks Memorial Library; Brattleboro, VT
 
Self-Publishing 101
September 23, 2017, Saturday
10:30 am - 11:30 am
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Aura Shards at the Brattleboro Farmers Market
September 23, 2017, Saturday
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Brattleboro Farmer's Market; Brattleboro, VT
 
Springfield VT Steampunk Festival
September 23, 2017, Saturday
September 23 & 24
Hartness House Inn; Springfield, VT
 
Bringing Hope Home BBQ
September 23, 2017, Saturday
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Parks Place Community Resource Center; Bellows Falls, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 9/14/17 (Sep 22)
 
· Zoning Board Meeting Minutes – 9/20/17 (Sep 22)
 
· Grange Harvest Dinner – 10/7/17 (Sep 22)
 
· Apple Pie Competition – 9/24/17 (Sep 22)
 
· Tag Sale – 10/21/17 (Sep 21)
 
Eagle Times
· Kier chosen to fill vacant council seat (Sep 22)
 
· Kuster: Initiative to foster partnerships between business, technical education (Sep 22)
 
· 'It's constantly evolving' (Sep 22)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· THIS + THAT (Sep 22)
 
· Winston A. Thomas, 1943 – 2017 (Sep 22)
 
· Bellows Falls Girls Soccer is getting better and stronger (Sep 22)
 
· Green Mountain Girls Soccer off to a good start (Sep 22)
 
· Harlem Wizards visit Fall Mountain High School (Sep 22)
 
· Review of “American Assassin” (Sep 22)
 
· Vermont Woodworking & Forest Festival returns to Billings Farm and Museum (Sep 22)
 
· Moving with Parkinson’s held every first and third Wednesday (Sep 22)
 
· Join Green Mountain Club on some fun fall hikes (Sep 22)
 
· Auditions for Grand Monadnock Youth Choir 21st season (Sep 21)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· McCain Says He Will Not Vote for Graham-Cassidy Health Care Bill (Sep 22)
 
· Former Royalton Police Officer Accused in Heroin Case Released on Conditions (Sep 22)
 
· Interstate Tire Sold, City Tire Co. To Close (Sep 22)
 
· Man Shot By Police on I-89 Working on Plea Deal (Sep 22)
 
· Fire Chief Outlines Potential Impact Of Propane Explosion (Sep 22)
 
· Claremont Schools Plan Program on Race (Sep 22)
 
· (Sep 22)
 
· Former Royalton Police Officer Charged With Giving Heroin From Evidence Room to His Girlfriend (Sep 21)
 
· Dartmouth Loses Appeal Over Ruling Against Indoor Practice Facility  (Sep 21)
 
· Lebanon Police Offering Course on How to Repond to ‘Active Shooter Events’ (Sep 21)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Keene officials give pumpkin festival the green light (Sep 22)
 
· Gasoline spill at Cumberland Farms contained (Sep 21)
 
· Brattleboro police investigate incident that left man with facial injuries (Sep 21)
 
· Former Keene State president received more than $327,000 in severance pay (Sep 21)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Sept. 21, 2017 (Sep 21)
 
· From the files Sept. 21, 2017 (Sep 21)
 
· Court dismisses case against Jaffrey brought by former library employee (Sep 21)
 
· All in the family: At Rustic Table, vibe, food, family touch are distinct (Sep 21)
 
· Bulletin board Sept. 21, 2017 (Sep 21)
 
· 125 years ago today, Cheshire Medical Center's predecessor opened for business (Sep 21)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Bennington group loses bid for marijuana license (Sep 22)
 
· Ban gets more definition (Sep 22)
 
· Windham County Sheriff's Office: Teaching teens driver safety (Sep 22)
 
· Police Log (Sep 22)
 
· Governor visits former school in Wilmington (Sep 22)
 
· First 'Ordinary Hero' dies (Sep 22)
 
· Real estate agent settles case over falsified water test (Sep 22)
 
· Weston man held for attempting to disarm a State Trooper (Sep 22)
 
· Weston Playhouse expanding into second home (Sep 21)
 
· Welch finds post-Vermont Yankee economic development update 'reassuring' (Sep 21)
 
Springfield VT News
· Third annual Springfield VT Steampunk Festival promises ‘Vintage Circus Spectacular’ (Sep 22)
 
· BRAT's 18th Annual RiverSweep (Sep 22)
 
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Sep 22)
 
· North School September tag sale (Sep 21)
 
· Rasputina headlines Springfield Steampunk Festival (Sep 21)
 
· Boy Scouts break ground for North School sign (Sep 21)
 
· Sky watcher Rick Hunter to talk on recent eclipse (Sep 21)
 
· Flags on Main Street fundraiser (Sep 20)
 
· Social Media and Personal Injury Law: Brady/Callahan discusses the risks (Sep 20)
 
· Cosmos take 4-1 victory over Bellows Falls (Sep 19)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Andover Select Board agenda for Sept. 25, 2017 (Sep 22)
 
· Weston man held on $50,000 bail after traffic stop, skirmish with troopers (Sep 22)
 
· As bond vote looms, Cavendish board takes 2nd look at Rt. 131 site for garage (Sep 20)
 
· Mural incident spills over as resident asks Mora to resign Derry board (Sep 20)
 
· Weston board to look into Markham Road washouts; decides for early school payments (Sep 20)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· New City Councilor (Sep 22)
 
· Help for Hurricane Victims (Sep 14)
 
· Confronting Racism (Sep 13)
 
· Main St. Accident (Sep 13)
 
· St. Mary’s Parish Gears Up for Some Gigantic Fun with its Annual Yard Sale (Sep 7)
 
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Remember when: 2 years have passed since emu found in Bow (Sep 22)
 
· Excitement bubbles up at BYU as caffeinated soda now on sale (Sep 22)
 
· U.S. beefs up N. Korea sanctions; Kim Jong Un insults Trump (Sep 22)
 
· Powerless: Puerto Rico faces weeks without electricity (Sep 22)
 
· PHOTOS: Concord Job Fair (Sep 22)
 
· Eversource says fewer people have lost power this year, cites system improvements (Sep 22)
 
· Northwood school board censures member; blame for buses goes round and round (Sep 22)
 
· Attorney: Man shot by police on I-89 working on plea deal (Sep 22)
 
· Lawmakers ease credentialing standards for school nurses (Sep 22)
 
· Investigators: Propane gas in house caused explosion, 1 dead (Sep 21)
 
WCAX
· Teacher fired after alleged 'Heil Hitler' incident ()
 
· Well-known Vermont farmer killed in accident ()
 
· Former Royalton cop accused of giving drugs to girlfriend ()
 
· 4 charged in connection with Burlington overdose death ()
 
· Keene officials approve kid-friendly Pumpkin Fest ()
 
· Burlington police bust up Brooklyn 'drug crew' ()
 
· Antlerless deer lottery winners announced ()
 
· State officials reject medical marijuana license applicant ()
 
· Addison County resident diagnosed with West Nile virus ()
 
· Weston man charged with fighting trooper during traffic stop ()
 
VPR
· How Rival State Colleges Are Merging To Become Northern Vermont University (Sep 22)
 
· Weston To Open State-Of-The-Art Playhouse At Walker Farm (Sep 22)
 
· Last-Minute Concerns Fail to Stop Pumpkin Festival's Return to Keene (Sep 22)
 
· N.H. School District to Require Diversity Training After Racist Bullying Incident (Sep 22)
 
· Albright: Defining Dreamer (Sep 22)
 
· 'Sorry,' But Study Finds Apologizing Doesn't Help With Rejection (Sep 22)
 
· Sanders: U.S. Foreign Policy Should 'Seek Partnerships' Instead Of Put 'America First' (Sep 21)
 
· After Teachers Walk Out In Burlington, Lawmakers Push For Ban On Teacher Strikes (Sep 21)
 
· Moats: Vietnam Remembered (Sep 21)
 
· McQuiston: Closing EB5 (Sep 21)
 
NHPR
· At N.H. Statehouse, New Citizens Welcomed to the 'Great Melting Pot of America' (Sep 22)
 
· You Asked, We Answered: Does N.H. Have a Signature Food? (Sep 22)
 
· Politicians, Law Enforcement Say Early Childhood Intervention is Key in N.H.'s Opioid Fight (Sep 22)
 
· N.H. Organization Offers Some Dos And Don'ts For Running A Needle Exchange Program (Sep 22)
 
· Heavy Traffic Expected Before And After Sunday's NASCAR Race (Sep 22)
 
· Last-Minute Concerns Fail to Stop Pumpkin Festival's Return to Keene (Sep 22)
 
· DCYF Leader: More Workers Needed to Keep up with Caseload (Sep 22)
 
· Lacking A Voice in the Legislature, N.H. Millennials Get An Official 'Advisory Council' (Sep 22)
 
· Leaders Highlight Early Education for Drug Misuse Prevention (Sep 22)
 
· Foodstuffs: Community Supported Fishery Lands Membership Haul (Sep 21)
 
VTDigger
· Porter Medical Center nurses finalize new contract (Sep 22)
 
· Court rebuffs Hinesburg residents on gas pipeline (Sep 22)
 
· WDEV sold to ‘Corm’ (Sep 22)
 
· VOSHA: Hospital must investigate complaints into worker injuries (Sep 22)
 
· Experts: Dairy’s future in Vermont sweeter than maple’s (Sep 22)
 
· Woman’s fatal overdose leads to drug bust in Burlington (Sep 22)
 
· YWP: ‘Queen of Denial’ (Sep 22)
 
· SCOV Law Blog: Vermont’s felony-murder rule (Sep 22)
 
· Regulators approve hospital budgets (Sep 22)
 
· First West Nile virus case confirmed (Sep 22)
 
· Bennington group loses bid for medical marijuana license (Sep 22)
 
· Dexter Mahaffey: The age of infinite interruptibility (Sep 21)
 
· Mary Gerisch: Single payer myths (Sep 21)
 
· Rick Barnett: Solution to opioid epidemic is not what you think (Sep 21)
 
Seven Days VT
· Playtime: Freakshow Industries Makes 'Audio Effects for the End Times' (Sep 22)
 
· Changes at the Athenaeum (Sep 22)
 
· School: Vermont Teacher Fired for Demonstrating Nazi Salute to Third Graders (Sep 22)
 
· Walters: Another Hat for Don Turner (Sep 21)
 
· The Parmelee Post: Shrinedom Makeup Concert to Feature Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon, David Bowie and More (Sep 21)
 
· On a Big Stage, Sanders Counters Trump on Foreign Policy (Sep 21)
 
· City Reveals Burlington Telecom Bids, But Questions Remain (Sep 20)
 
· Soundbites: Shrine-doomed, Give Me Fever (Sep 20)
 
· Crossword (9/20/17) (Sep 20)
 
· A Student Shortage at Saint Michael's College Leads to Existential Questions (Sep 20)
 
· Art Review: Patrick Shoemaker at Northern Daughters (Sep 20)
 
· Food Fight: Burlington-Area Grocers Spar for Customers (Sep 20)
 
· Album Review: Justin LaPoint, 'Bear Country' (Sep 20)
 
· EB-Fail: Jay Peak Is Part of a Troubling Pattern (Sep 20)
 
Vermont Press Bureau
· Shumlin reflects on single payer failure (Sep 19)
 
· Welch makes DACA case to Trump (Sep 14)
 
· Sanders releases Medicare-for-all bill, passes on cost and funding (Sep 13)
 
· Governor is among 20,000 Vermonters to receive use tax letter (Sep 7)
 
· Scott’s pot commission seeks recommended legislation for 2019 (Sep 7)
 
· Vermont joins multi-state suit to preserve DACA (Sep 6)
 
· Scott announces downtown tax credit recipients (Sep 6)
 
Business Vermont
· STORY AND VIDEO: Mad River Distillers finds freedom in ‘craft’ scale (Sep 22)
 
· Governor appoints Senecal to Commission on Women (Sep 15)
 
· Jim Madej joins VEIC as chief executive officer (Sep 15)
 
· International investing: Still a journey to consider (Sep 15)
 
· Iconic Stowe venue reborn with Mexican restaurant in tow (Sep 15)
 
· BROC Community Action welcomes justice specialist (Sep 15)
 
· A holistic approach to aging’s ‘new normal’ (Sep 15)
 
Vermont state government
· Muzzleloader Antlerless Deer Permit Winners Announced (Sep 22)
 
· Health Department Confirms Year's First Human Case of West Nile Virus (Sep 22)
 
· Cyanobacteria Blooms Continuing into the Fall (Sep 22)
 
· State Announces Continued Commitment and Resources for Clean Water in Carmi Watershed (Sep 21)
 
· Vermont Department of Taxes Follows IRS for Tax Relief to Disaster Areas (Sep 21)
 
· Biologists Seek Input on Snake Sightings (Sep 21)
 
· Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets Announces Over $1M in Available Grant Funds (Sep 21)