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Mid-River Bulletin Board
Public-powered events calendar & bulletin board
for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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Scrabble Night: Drop in and play!
August 23, 2017, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Brooks Memorial Library; Brattleboro, VT
 
Back to School Food and Supplies Drive
August 24, 2017, Thursday
Drive continues through August 31
Our Place Drop-In Center; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Vermeer and Music: The Art of Love and Leisure
August 24, 2017, Thursday
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
August 25, 2017, Friday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Greater Falls Farmers' Market
August 25, 2017, Friday
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Hetty Green Park; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Nico Muhly & Nadia Sirota Celebrate the MSM's 25th Anniversary
August 25, 2017, Friday
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Main Street Museum; White River Junction, VT
 
Volleyball Tournament
August 26, 2017, Saturday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
McKenzie Field; Chester, VT
 
Putney Farmers' Market
August 27, 2017, Sunday
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Putney Farmers Market; Putney
 
Three Squares Vermont (3SVT)
August 28, 2017, Monday
Announcement
Vermont; Vermont
 
Poetry Open Mic
August 28, 2017, Monday
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· Clarion Now On-line (Aug 23)
 
· Justice Rally – 8/19/17 (Aug 20)
 
· Selectbaord Meeting Minutes – 7/27/17 (Aug 17)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 8/3/17 (Aug 17)
 
· SWonderful Walpole (Aug 16)
 
Eagle Times
· Breaking the silence (Aug 23)
 
· Trustees name members of fire committee (Aug 23)
 
· Town seeking input on traffic calming proposals (Aug 22)
 
· Police pursue driver of stolen pickup truck (Aug 22)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Sugarbush Ryder Cup (Aug 23)
 
· Wayne T. Griffin, 1958 – 2017 (Aug 23)
 
· Hire Vermonters first (Aug 23)
 
· Diamond Realty named 2017 Okemo Valley Golf Club men’s league champs (Aug 23)
 
· Back-to-School Food and Supplies Drive in Southeastern Vermont (Aug 23)
 
· Ruth H. Wright, 1923 – 2017 (Aug 23)
 
· Chaffee named Mt. Ascutney Hospital’s July Employee of the Month (Aug 23)
 
· Martin T. Ovitt, 1963 – 2017 (Aug 22)
 
· Summer ends and school begins at Kurn Hattin (Aug 22)
 
· Johanna Harpster, 2017 (Aug 22)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Vt. Health Department Recognizes Area Employers for Breastfeeding-Friendly Workplaces (Aug 23)
 
· Outcry Over Boat Launch Decision (Aug 23)
 
· Hanlon Rejects Visiting Scholar’s Stance; Scholar Says Antifa Comments Were Misrepresented (Aug 23)
 
· Tunbridge and Chelsea Join Merger Talks (Aug 23)
 
· Kuster Heads County Talk on Sex Assault (Aug 23)
 
· Trump’s Small-Dollar Donors Buffer Losses in Big Business (Aug 23)
 
· Pakistan Is on the Defensive Under Trump’s Afghanistan Policy (Aug 23)
 
· U.S. Sets New Sanctions on North Korea (Aug 23)
 
· U.S.-Backed Iraqi Forces Keep Up Grinding Battle (Aug 23)
 
· Quiros Will Not Fight SEC Charges, Will Only Litigate Damages (Aug 23)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Pumpkin festival in Keene needs another $20K to go forward (Aug 22)
 
· Keene dentist faces allegations of practicing while impaired (Aug 22)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017 (Aug 22)
 
· Partial solar eclipse brings hundreds to Keene library Monday (Aug 22)
 
· Correction, Aug. 22, 2017 (Aug 22)
 
· From the files Aug. 22, 2017 (Aug 22)
 
· Route 10 in Gilsum damaged after flooding (Aug 22)
 
· Winchester offers tearful farewell to one of their own (Aug 22)
 
· Bulletin board Aug. 22, 2017 (Aug 22)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 (Aug 21)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Mount Snow eyes growth amid EB-5 financing rift (Aug 23)
 
· Getting excited about nature at the Fish Ladder (Aug 23)
 
· Fire Department accuses Bellows Falls of unfair labor practices (Aug 23)
 
· Green Mountain Power stumping for rate increase (Aug 23)
 
· Hikers testify at West River Trail trial (Aug 22)
 
· Lakou Mizik brings Haitian traditions (Aug 22)
 
· State approves land use permit for Magic Mountain renovations (Aug 22)
 
· Deerfield Valley Rescue plans to take over new building (Aug 20)
 
· 'The Place I Belong': Dot MacDonald follows a musical trail (Aug 20)
 
· Barnes: 'Right-sizing our debt and equity structure' (Aug 20)
 
Springfield VT News
· The Thriller B’s at the Springfield Piano Studio (Aug 23)
 
· Arion Thiboumery: Our slaughterhouse aims for transparency (Aug 23)
 
· Select Board meets for second public review of town plan (Aug 23)
 
· Town officials eye possible TIF district in Springfield (Aug 23)
 
· Partial solar eclipse over Springfield (Aug 23)
 
· Cast your vote for VINE Sanctuary (Aug 23)
 
· 'Starting your own business' (Aug 22)
 
· Rotary & Lions to battle Town of Springfield in softball (Aug 22)
 
· Police pursue driver of stolen pickup truck (Aug 22)
 
· Final days of fun at Rutland Fair (Aug 22)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Solid waste money to fund planning, wayfinding in Chester; Sunoco proposal returns (Aug 23)
 
· Chester Development Review Board Agenda for Aug. 28, 2017 (Aug 22)
 
· UPDATE: I-91 Rockingham Bridge construction schedule (Aug 21)
 
· Weston Select Board agenda for Aug. 22, 2017 (Aug 18)
 
· Burglar makes off with cash at Londonderry Transfer Station (Aug 18)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Solar Eclipse Fever Hits Fiske Free Library (Aug 22)
 
· City Gears Up for Growing Back to School Festival (Aug 22)
 
· Claremont Fire Dept. Called to Attic Fire (Aug 21)
 
· Newport Church Buying Historic City Building (Aug 17)
 
· Sunapee Street Parking Lot Reopens (Aug 17)
 
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· (Aug 23)
 
· (Aug 23)
 
· N.H. residents speak out about new Mount Sunapee ski resort owner (Aug 23)
 
· Hopkinton schools to consider facilities overhaul (Aug 23)
 
· Charles Foley, former Concord High principal, dies at age 90 (Aug 23)
 
· As North Korea vows response, U.S. dismisses calls to pause drills (Aug 23)
 
· U.S. says some remains of sailors found on USS John McCain (Aug 23)
 
· Dakota Access Pipeline owner sues Greenpeace, arguing it broke organized crime law (Aug 23)
 
· Fish & Game panel: Sununu killing Lake Sunapee boat launch ‘should be a crime’ (Aug 22)
 
· In chaotic meeting, Charlottesville votes to shroud statues (Aug 22)
 
WCAX
· Man sentenced for role in crash that left woman paralyzed ()
 
· Rupert woman arrested for knife attack ()
 
· Home catches fire during Tuesday's storm ()
 
· Rabbit Hill Inn gets national attention ()
 
· Dealer.com cuts 45 jobs in Burlington ()
 
· Young mom recounts frightening South Burlington home invasion ()
 
· South Burlington couple deny abandoning kitten in dumpster ()
 
· Ticonderoga 'Star Trek' tour getting boost from donor ()
 
· Vermont to recognize historic LGBTQ sites ()
 
· Communities vie for Vermont's next medical marijuana dispensary ()
 
VPR
· Skinks, Efts, And Underpasses: Herp It Up For Vermont's Reptiles And Amphibians (Aug 23)
 
· Feds Say Inadequate State Oversight 'Allowed' Alleged EB-5 Fraud To Flourish (Aug 22)
 
· For Victims Of Domestic Violence, Guns In The Home Increase Terror (Aug 22)
 
· Albright: Bravo Baltimore (Aug 22)
 
· Dealer.com Cuts 45 Jobs In Burlington (Aug 22)
 
· Craven: Uncivil Wars (Aug 22)
 
· Building An Ark For New England's Rare Plants, Seed By Seed (Aug 22)
 
· Inaugural Stowe Mountain Lodge Tennis Classic Serves As Warm-Up For US Open (Aug 22)
 
· Bill Providing Primary Care For All Vermonters Viewed As First Step To Single Payer (Aug 21)
 
· Schubart: Free Speech Revisited (Aug 21)
 
NHPR
· State Officials, Hedge Fund Address Public Concerns Around Mount Sunapee Lease (Aug 23)
 
· White Nationalist From Keene Plans To Turn Himself In (Aug 23)
 
· Indonesian Christians Face Trump's Deportation Crackdown (Aug 23)
 
· Construction to Begin on New Drug Treatment Facility in the North Country (Aug 22)
 
· Amid Challenges, Manchester VA to Hold Town Hall Meeting (Aug 22)
 
· Battle Over Public Boat Access on Lake Sunapee Drags on (Aug 22)
 
· Portsmouth City Council Changes Rules for Public Input (Aug 22)
 
· State, Hedge Fund to Respond to Concerns Tuesday at Mount Sunapee Ski Resort (Aug 22)
 
· Save The Date: N.H. In Path Of Totality For 2024 Solar Eclipse (Aug 22)
 
· N.H. Senators Weigh In On Trump's New Strategy For Afghanistan (Aug 22)
 
VTDigger
· ProPublica spotlights VTDigger’s EB-5 reporting (Aug 23)
 
· Proposed tariff on solar cells drives price increase (Aug 23)
 
· Burlington mayor appoints new parks director (Aug 22)
 
· Mount Snow eyes further expansion amid EB-5 uncertainty (Aug 22)
 
· Arion Thiboumery: Our slaughterhouse aims for transparency (Aug 22)
 
· Karen Glitman: Shaving summer’s peak energy demand (Aug 22)
 
· Bill Schubart: Interpreting free speech (Aug 22)
 
· Lawmakers narrowly OK extension to otter trapping season (Aug 22)
 
· Judge denies McAllister’s request for new trial (Aug 22)
 
· Dealer.com sheds 45 workers in Burlington (Aug 22)
 
· State approves land use permit for Magic Mountain projects (Aug 22)
 
· Judge rejects challenge to Winooski heroin conspiracy charge (Aug 22)
 
· Rutland general fund feels hit from post-fiscal year bills (Aug 22)
 
· Differing views of open meeting law emerge in hearing over suit (Aug 22)
 
Seven Days VT
· Guthrie Galileo, 'Modern Day Ripples' (Aug 23)
 
· Maiz Vargas Sandoval Fights Prejudice and Xenophobia on His Debut Album, 'Historia de un Immigrante' (Aug 23)
 
· UVM Migration Scholar on Refugee Resettlement (Aug 23)
 
· Soundbites: A-Dog Day Afternoon; Night Moves (Aug 23)
 
· Middlebury New Filmmakers Fest Focuses on Female Directors (Aug 23)
 
· Begging for Change: Burlington Stabbings Prompt Proposed Penalties (Aug 23)
 
· Art Review: 'Interpose,' New City Galerie (Aug 23)
 
· Composer Nico Muhly Talks Vermont and Joyful Curation (Aug 23)
 
· Experimental Thriller 'Haze' to Premiere (Aug 23)
 
· Heist Flicks Go Blue Collar With Soderbergh's 'Logan Lucky' (Aug 23)
 
· Central Market Offers One-Stop Multicultural Shopping (Aug 23)
 
· 'The Hitman's Bodyguard' Offers Neither Thrills Nor Laughs (Aug 23)
 
· Crossword (8/23/17) (Aug 23)
 
· Million-Dollar Question: How Much Should Nonprofit Hospital CEOs Earn? (Aug 23)
 
Vermont Press Bureau
· Scott administration recommends closing EB-5 center as feds send termination notice (Aug 22)
 
· Trump signs disaster declaration (Aug 18)
 
· Lawmakers approve budget rescission plans (Aug 18)
 
· Scott administration to present budget rescission plan Thursday (Aug 16)
 
· Details scarce on Ivanka Trump’s Vermont vacation (Aug 16)
 
· Sanders prepares legislation and strategy for single-payer push (Aug 11)
 
· GMCB cuts Blue Cross rate request by one-third (Aug 10)
 
Business Vermont
· Planet Fitness beefs up mall (Aug 21)
 
· Paints to pints: Hardware store offers more than hardware (Aug 21)
 
· SBA head sees business being held back (Aug 21)
 
· SVMC launches express care service at Northshire Campus (Aug 21)
 
· Urogynecologist brings new specialty to Gifford Medical (Aug 21)
 
· State listens to taxpayers’ concerns (Aug 21)
 
· Agriculture Agency offers clean water initiative grants (Aug 21)
 
Vermont state government
· Vermont to Welcome Visitors in September for Foliage Viewing, Autumn Events (Aug 23)
 
· Folk & Blues Festival at President Coolidge State Historic Site (Aug 18)
 
· A Revolutionary War Weekend at Mount Independence (Aug 17)
 
· Vermont Moose Hunt Auction Nets $30,761 for Wildlife Education (Aug 15)
 
· Governor Scott Announces Vermont Clean Water Week, August 20 - 26, 2017 (Aug 15)
 
· Deadline for Antlerless Deer Applications is Aug. 24 (Aug 15)
 
· 'Let's Go Fishing' Program Seeks Instructors (Aug 14)