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Mid-River Bulletin Board
Public-powered events calendar & bulletin board
for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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Pueblo Project Update & Fundraiser
October 18, 2017, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Next Stage; Putney, VT
 
Scrabble Night
October 18, 2017, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Brooks Memorial Library; Brattleboro, VT
 
An Evening with Noam Pikelny
October 18, 2017, Wednesday
7:30 pm - 10:00 am
The Stone Church (Brattleboro); Brattleboro, VT
 
The Impressionists, and the Man Who Made Them
October 19, 2017, Thursday
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Community Media Day
October 20, 2017, Friday
12:00 am - 11:59 pm
WOOL-FM; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Bellows Falls 3rd Friday
October 20, 2017, Friday
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Bellows Falls; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Archer Mayor
October 20, 2017, Friday
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Village Square Booksellers; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Astride Two Worlds: The Odd Adventures of John Gyles
October 20, 2017, Friday
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Walpole Town Hall; Walpole, NH
 
Joe Davidian Trio
October 20, 2017, Friday
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Stone Church Arts; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Simple Celtic Doodles and Tangles
October 21, 2017, Saturday
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Currier Hall; Bellows Falls, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· Trying to Spread the Word (Oct 15)
 
· Hooper Trustees Meeting Minutes – 10/4/17 (Oct 15)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 10/4/17 (Oct 15)
 
· Zoning Board Meeting Agenda – 10/18/17 (Oct 15)
 
· Planning Board Meeting Minutes – 10/10/17 (Oct 15)
 
Eagle Times
 (No stories returned, for some reason)
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· NSPS Last Chance – End of the Year sale (Oct 19)
 
· Great Falls Regional Chamber Corner (Oct 18)
 
· Seventy-eight children competed for the title of Fastest Kid in Town (Oct 18)
 
· Over one hundred years of gardening in Springfield (Oct 18)
 
· “Writing a Will Can Be Murder” murder mystery dinner (Oct 18)
 
· SAHS annual meeting Thirteen 2018 Calendar Photographs (Oct 18)
 
· The 34th annual Weston Craft Show (Oct 18)
 
· The Mammals take Next Stage (Oct 18)
 
· “The Power of a Trauma-Informed Approach” youth empowerment meeting (Oct 18)
 
· Crafter space available for Alstead Holiday Bazaar (Oct 18)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Brooklyn Rabbi Pleads Not Guilty in Vermont Traffic Stop (Oct 18)
 
· Medicare to Stop Payments to Brookside Nursing Home: Feds Monitoring Relocation of Patients (Oct 18)
 
· Woodstock Mom Signs Vaccine Forms (Oct 18)
 
· Lebanon Public Library Officials Ready for Renovations (Oct 18)
 
· Jim Kenyon: SoRo Food Shelf Holding Fundraising Drive for New Location (Oct 18)
 
· Lebanon City Council to Discuss Keno Prospects (Oct 18)
 
· Police Seeking Witnesses to Gunfire (Oct 18)
 
· N.H. Marijuana Legalization Committee Holds First Meeting (Oct 18)
 
· Claremont to Hold Hearing on Allowing Keno Lottery Game (Oct 18)
 
· Trump Stays Silent, Takes Jab, Then Calls (Oct 18)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Court log Aug. 3-21 (Oct 17)
 
· Training aims to help bystanders prevent 'power-based' violence (Oct 17)
 
· Swanzey representative optimistic about chances in speaker's race (Oct 17)
 
· From the files Oct. 17, 2017 (Oct 17)
 
· Historic Hinsdale engine house could get temporary home (Oct 17)
 
· Walpole man suffers injury in fight with another resident (Oct 17)
 
· Police issue tips for safe hikes in fall (Oct 17)
 
· Bulletin board Oct. 17, 2017 (Oct 17)
 
· Keene city councilor postpones study of new zone for rehab, detox centers (Oct 17)
 
· Orange, with a touch of pink: Monadnock Pumpkin Festival primed for its third year (Oct 17)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Board nixes panhandling flyer (Oct 19)
 
· Academy School building a natural playground (Oct 19)
 
· Changes could endanger Vermont Yankee sale (Oct 19)
 
· A 'superstar' of the travel industry: Spofford's Fitzgerald recognized for 'going the extra mile' (Oct 18)
 
· Building Bridges: From the depths of drug addiction, woman rebuilds her life (Oct 18)
 
· Newfane stream to see repairs (Oct 18)
 
· Cleanup a success, but work continues year-round (Oct 18)
 
· Police Log (Oct 18)
 
· Judge denies dismissal of GAW Miners civil lawsuit (Oct 18)
 
· Pedestrian struck by vehicle still in trauma center (Oct 18)
 
Springfield VT News
· Team Obama’s stunning cover-up of Russian crimes (Oct 18)
 
· Art and Historical Society present on historical photos (Oct 18)
 
· Over one hundred years of gardening in Springfield (Oct 18)
 
· Video: A Mamava is Born: Behind the Scenes (Oct 18)
 
· Local Church to offer ‘Beyond the Brownie: Herbal Preps for Medical Cannabis’ (Oct 18)
 
· Senior Solutions: Review choices during Medicare Open Enrollment (Oct 18)
 
· Union / Park Association to discuss garden and history projects (Oct 18)
 
· Workshop for future entrepreneurs on how to start a business (Oct 18)
 
· Civil War marker dedication (Oct 17)
 
· Tonight: Sec. of State Jim Condos to make Springfield stop in Transparency Tour (Oct 17)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Public gets peek at Tomasso property (Oct 18)
 
· More Markham Lane residents attend Weston board with runoff problems (Oct 18)
 
· Derry Policing Committee asks to disband; Select Board to seek restitution in mural destruction (Oct 18)
 
· Final presentations on Chester Master Plan (Oct 17)
 
· Chester DRB agenda for Oct. 23, 2017 (Oct 17)
 
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)
· Man convicted of plotting to behead blogger for ISIS group (Oct 18)
 
· Bow’s Birchdale Road bridge collapses (Oct 18)
 
· Thousands march over ‘Somalia’s 9/11;’ attack details emerge (Oct 18)
 
· Smoky ‘hot spot’ shows that the Dilly Fire is still smouldering (Oct 18)
 
· Concord man convicted of reckless operation (Oct 18)
 
· Christina Fay defense asks cop why Humane Society so involved in arrest (Oct 18)
 
· N.H. officials pitch Londonderry mixed-use site for Amazon headquarters (Oct 18)
 
· A Concord Coach comes back to the city, and it brings a lot of history with it (Oct 18)
 
· PHOTOS: Sunset at Knowles Pond in Northfield (Oct 18)
 
· Newbury appoints interim police chief after former chief’s sudden departure  (Oct 18)
 
WCAX
· Why a high-profile Vt. woman is saying #MeToo ()
 
· Plea deal for former Burlington cop ()
 
· Many Vermont rescue squads short on staff ()
 
· Chittenden County leaders to create regional dispatch center ()
 
· Cuomo calls latest Dannemora seamstress case a 'deviation' ()
 
· Man charged with smuggling 2 across border ()
 
· NY rabbi pleads not guilty to eluding police ()
 
· Suspect in Maryland, Delaware shooting captured ()
 
· Trump, congresswoman feud over phone call to soldier's widow ()
 
· Leahy presses Sessions on contacts with Russians ()
 
VPR
· Lawmakers Skeptical About Governor's New Plan To Fund Lake Clean Up (Oct 19)
 
· Luskin: The Apple Economy (Oct 18)
 
· Migrant Justice Says Federal Agencies Target Its Members. Now, It's Seeking Records In Court (Oct 18)
 
· Welch Is 'Very Concerned' About The Effects Of A 2016 Drug Law He Cosponsored (Oct 18)
 
· Farce for All: Hear Local Actors Perform Scenes From 'The Metromaniacs' (Oct 18)
 
· To Attract New Residents, Ad Campaign Showcases The 'Real Rutland' (Oct 18)
 
· Markowitz: Hash Tag Activists (Oct 18)
 
· Schubart: College Amenities (Oct 18)
 
· 2 Young Adult Authors With VCFA Connections Up For National Book Award (Oct 18)
 
· Henningsen: Abandoning The Center (Oct 18)
 
NHPR
· Newport Looks to Move Toward Solar (Oct 18)
 
· Top Homeless Organizations in Manchester Are Merging (Oct 18)
 
· Hey Amazon, You're Invited to Londonderry, New Hampshire (Oct 18)
 
· New Rules Will Mean Less Paperwork for People Renting Out Rooms on AirBnB (Oct 18)
 
· Sununu Removes Member from Cancer Cluster Panel (Oct 18)
 
· Man Charged with Negligent Homicide in Officer's Death (Oct 18)
 
· New Hampshire May Get a Free Commuter Rail Line...and Not For The First Time (Oct 18)
 
· UNH's 'Social Innovation Challenge' is Looking for Applicants (Oct 17)
 
· Is New Hampshire Seeing Peak Foliage...Or Weak Foliage? (Oct 17)
 
· Manchester VA Plans to Relocate Women's Clinic (Oct 17)
 
VTDigger
· Anti-wind group demands documents from legislative panel (Oct 18)
 
· NY rabbi denies trying to elude police (Oct 18)
 
· Condos: Vermont ready for cyberattacks against voting systems (Oct 18)
 
· LIHEAP benefits to increase for 20,000 families (Oct 18)
 
· Former Burlington officer pleads no contest to false statements (Oct 18)
 
· Holcombe: Districts must cut teaching, support staff (Oct 18)
 
· Gay marriage marker dedicated on Statehouse lawn (Oct 18)
 
· David Flemming: Misjudging the impact of a $15 minimum wage (Oct 17)
 
· Haviland Smith: Crying terrorism to marshal public opinion (Oct 17)
 
· Welch seeks review of DEA opioid law after critical report (Oct 17)
 
· Vermont joins lawsuit to maintain Obamacare subsidies (Oct 17)
 
· Writers for Recovery #5: Anonymous (Oct 17)
 
· McAllister given probation, no jail on prostitution conviction (Oct 17)
 
· Ex-municipal attorney for Rutland doubles effort to get out of jail (Oct 17)
 
Seven Days VT
· Vermont's Top Cow Is a Flatlander (Oct 18)
 
· Letters to the Editor (10/18/17) (Oct 18)
 
· The Tech Issue — 2017 (Oct 18)
 
· 'Dawson City' Doc Tells Bizarre Story of Lost Films (Oct 18)
 
· Hackie: Gumshoe (Oct 18)
 
· Stolen Glory: Trolls Doctor Vermont Photog's Shot of Veteran (Oct 18)
 
· Cash In: Sanders Leads Pack in Fundraising (Oct 18)
 
· Vermont International Film Fest Brings Issues to the Screen (Oct 18)
 
· Highway to Hardwick: Driver Leads Vermont Cops on Slow-Speed Chase (Oct 18)
 
· Fifty Years, 13,450 Students and 5,000 Interviews: UVM's Garrison Nelson Calls It a Career (Oct 18)
 
· Movie Review: Time-Loop Horror Comedy 'Happy Death Day' Gives Viewers Déjà Vu (Oct 18)
 
· Crossword (10/18/17) (Oct 18)
 
· Movie Review: Swedish Film 'The Square' Brilliantly Dissects Modern Mores (Oct 18)
 
· Album Review: Sleeping In, 'let you in' (Oct 18)
 
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
· Business Calendar (Oct 18)
 
· Conference digs into the economics of climate action (Oct 13)
 
· More wood heat in Vermont’s future (Oct 13)
 
· Boarding school buys Three Stallion Inn, surrounding land (Oct 13)
 
· Jennifer Collins joins Barre NFP office as account manager (Oct 13)
 
· Behind-the-scenes comic book battles and heroics (Oct 13)
 
· Leach joins mental health team at Community Health center (Oct 13)
 
Vermont state government
· Record Number of Tickborne Disease Reports Expected to Rise (Oct 18)
 
· Vermont Farm Wins Top Prize (Oct 17)
 
· Steady Fuel Costs & Lower Caseloads Lead to Slightly Higher Fuel Benefits for Vermont Households (Oct 17)
 
· Halloween Wildlife Festival and Jack-O'-Lantern Hike at Kehoe Conservation Camp (Oct 17)
 
· VTrans and ACCD Announce $200k in Planning Funds to Increase Transportation Options that Build Vibrant Community Centers (Oct 16)
 
· Governor Phil Scott, Secretary of State Jim Condos Announce Reforms to Address Vermont's Substance Use Disorder Workforce Crisis (Oct 16)
 
· Historic Marker Dedication to Commemorate Vermont Marriage Equality Legislation (Oct 13)