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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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Gilsum Rock Swap
June 24, 2017, Saturday
Check the schedule for event times
Gilsum, NH; Gilsum, NH
 
Gilsum Rock Swap
June 25, 2017, Sunday
Check the schedule for event times
Gilsum, NH; Gilsum, NH
 
The Bellows Falls Fish Ladder Visitors Center
June 25, 2017, Sunday
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Bellows Falls Fish Ladder Visitor Center; Bellows Falls
 
Sunday Sounds, June 25 Edition: Relaxing 5-Minute Videos with Willie Gussin
June 25, 2017, Sunday
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
118 Elliot; Brattleboro, VT
 
WOOL-FM annual membership meeting
June 25, 2017, Sunday
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
WOOL-FM; Bellows Falls, VT
 
The Dupont Brothers
June 25, 2017, Sunday
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Putney Tavern Lawn; Putney, VT
 
Walpole Players Present "George Washington Slept Here" for Walpole Old Home Days
June 25, 2017, Sunday
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Helen Miller Theater; Walpole
 
Three Squares Vermont (3SVT)
June 26, 2017, Monday
Announcement
Vermont; Vermont
 
My Gay Banjo & Sam Gleaves: Green Mountain Crossroads Fundraiser
June 26, 2017, Monday
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Wild Carrot Farm; Brattleboro
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
June 27, 2017, Tuesday
Various showtimes Fri through Tue
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· Women of Walpole (WOW) Fundraiser – 6/24/17 (Jun 20)
 
· Opening Artist’s Reception – 7/3/17 (Jun 20)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 6/8/17 (Jun 20)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 6/1/17 (Jun 20)
 
· Closing Date for the Clarion – 6/22/17 (Jun 20)
 
Eagle Times
· Violence prevention program continues to grow (Jun 23)
 
· Developers seek to partner with town for Woolson Block project grant (Jun 23)
 
· Health center landscape architects asked to restore buffer zone (Jun 23)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Business Spotlight (Jun 24)
 
· Talk: “What the Vilas Bridge Tells Us” (Jun 24)
 
· Great River Theater Festival to debut in Putney (Jun 24)
 
· Helping Vermonters represent themselves in family court (Jun 24)
 
· New Hampshire takes lead in Women’s Tri-State Golf Championship (Jun 24)
 
· VT Clean Energy Report signals opportunities for job growth (Jun 24)
 
· Golf Classic is raising funds to grant wishes (Jun 23)
 
· Golf update from the clubhouse (Jun 23)
 
· A ladies-only golf outing & fundraiser to benefit our community (Jun 23)
 
· Okemo Valley Golf Club Member–Member Tourney results, June 18 (Jun 23)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Vt. Finds Food Safety, Staffing Issues at Brookside Nursing Home (Jun 25)
 
· Housing Advocate Leads Grafton Regional Development Corp. (Jun 25)
 
· Jim Kenyon: A Fairlee Teen’s Journey Forward (Jun 25)
 
· New Leader at Lake Sunapee Chamber (Jun 25)
 
· Wicked Awesome BBQ Grows (Jun 25)
 
· Walking Trail Opens at New London Hospital (Jun 25)
 
· People in Business: June 25, 2017 (Jun 25)
 
· Pickin’ and Grinnin’ in Tunbridge (Jun 25)
 
· What’s Killing the Red Pines? (Jun 25)
 
· Senior Solutions Has New Nutrition, Wellness Director (Jun 25)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Keene man facing seven charges of receiving stolen property (Jun 24)
 
· Downtown Group looks to hire executive director (Jun 24)
 
· West Chesterfield fireworks store to host grand opening today (Jun 24)
 
· Monadnock Profile: Young kennel owner considers herself one lucky dog (Jun 24)
 
· At a glance: Haley Lancey (Jun 24)
 
· Keene police investigating broken window incident at Franklin Elementary School (Jun 24)
 
· From the files June 24, 2017 (Jun 24)
 
· Public session scheduled on Route 12 project (Jun 24)
 
· Cheshire TV to be displaced for spell; asks city to help cover costs (Jun 24)
 
· More charges levied against Brattleboro man in missing child case (Jun 23)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Water Quality and Quality of Life: Fireworks ban might be on tap on Spofford Lake (Jun 23)
 
· Energy upgrades: Spontaneous surplus proposal scrapped (Jun 23)
 
· Jury hears interrogation interview (Jun 23)
 
· Trustees rethink village spending (Jun 23)
 
· Changes to the recyling center and drop off facility (Jun 23)
 
· States: NRC ignoring nuke cleanup concerns (Jun 23)
 
· Students create new town seal (Jun 23)
 
· Jury listens to tape of interrogation following homicides (Jun 23)
 
· Guidance offered on Act 46, but no answers (Jun 23)
 
· Deal reached on pot, but fate unclear (Jun 22)
 
Springfield VT News
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Jun 24)
 
· Police seek man claiming to be undercover officer (Jun 24)
 
· Rain leads to temporary high E.Coli readings in pond (Jun 24)
 
· Developers seek to partner with town for Woolson Block project grant (Jun 24)
 
· Student penny war raises almost $1K for humane society (Jun 24)
 
· County Road culvert update (Jun 23)
 
· State charges VT slaughterhouse with violating law (Jun 23)
 
· “What’s Cookin’” was co-produced by local actress (Jun 23)
 
· Springfield Alumni Day Parade, 2017 (Jun 23)
 
· HCRS announces new staff members (Jun 23)
 
Chester Telegraph
· South Derry fire department wins $84,000 FEMA grant (Jun 23)
 
· UPDATE: I-91 Rockingham Bridge construction schedule (Jun 23)
 
· Andover Select Board agenda for June 26, 2017 (Jun 22)
 
· Chester board finds itself in a DRB dustup (Jun 21)
 
· Derry completes Genser buyout; Frog’s Leap Inn fails to sell (Jun 21)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· SHS Parade Float Winners (Jun 11)
 
· Juvenile Operator Seriously Injured in Dirt Bike Accident (Jun 9)
 
· Abatement for Mobile Home Park Water Bill Unlikely (Jun 8)
 
· Fugitive of the Week: Felicia Surething (May 22)
 
· Support For Vets (May 20)
 
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Allenstown man reuinited with recue workers who saved his life (Jun 24)
 
· PHOTOS: For N.H. farmers, making hay while the sun shines (Jun 24)
 
· Bike Week sees an uptick in emergency dispatch service calls  (Jun 24)
 
· Woman accused of injecting pregnant friend with heroin reaches plea (Jun 24)
 
· Citing need for stability, Weare renews part-time police chief’s contract (Jun 24)
 
· Sunapee police arrest 38 teenagers at underage drinking party (Jun 23)
 
· Minuteman Health coop to close, reopen as for-profit insurer (Jun 23)
 
· Auto club predicts record travel over July 4th weekend (Jun 23)
 
· Community supports Belmont High School (Jun 23)
 
· Lipari, McCarthy announce engagement (Jun 23)
 
Union Leader
· Allenstown man reuinited with recue workers who saved his life (Jun 24)
 
· PHOTOS: For N.H. farmers, making hay while the sun shines (Jun 24)
 
· Bike Week sees an uptick in emergency dispatch service calls  (Jun 24)
 
· Woman accused of injecting pregnant friend with heroin reaches plea (Jun 24)
 
· Citing need for stability, Weare renews part-time police chief’s contract (Jun 24)
 
· Sunapee police arrest 38 teenagers at underage drinking party (Jun 23)
 
· Minuteman Health coop to close, reopen as for-profit insurer (Jun 23)
 
· Auto club predicts record travel over July 4th weekend (Jun 23)
 
· Community supports Belmont High School (Jun 23)
 
· Lipari, McCarthy announce engagement (Jun 23)
 
WCAX
· Vt. farm worker faces deportation (Jun 24)
 
· Walk to raise awareness of opiate addiction and overdoses (Jun 24)
 
· Capitol Watch: What got left out of the NY 2017 session (Jun 24)
 
· Northern Pass clears another regulatory hurdle (Jun 24)
 
· New York kicks off outdoor recreation campaign (Jun 24)
 
· Burlington tackles pipe problems (Jun 24)
 
· Local shelter takes dogs banned from Montreal (Jun 24)
 
· Destination Recreation: Pick your own strawberries (Jun 24)
 
· Bruises: Police brutality or false accusations? (Jun 24)
 
· Gay bar changes name after controversy (Jun 24)
 
· What would the new GOP health care plan mean for you? (Jun 23)
 
· Stuck in Vermont: Snail race (Jun 23)
 
· Reporter Debrief: Vt. teacher health care deal (Jun 23)
 
· Did the Virginia shooter meet Sen. Sanders? (Jun 23)
 
VPR
· Computer Virus Hits GlobalFoundries' Essex Plant (Jun 24)
 
· 'We Need To Take Our Bodies Back': Chester Teen Speaks Out About Rape (Jun 23)
 
· Copley Hospital Surgical Center Replaces 38-Year-Old Operating Rooms (Jun 23)
 
· Schubart: Competitive Health Care (Jun 23)
 
· Upper Valley Veterans Celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month (Jun 23)
 
· Vermont's 'Friendly Pioneer', WDEV, For Sale (Jun 23)
 
· 'Shark Pools' And 'Gold Towns': 20 Years Later, Act 60's Impact On Education And Equity (Jun 23)
 
· Pot And Education Spending: What Happened In This Week's Veto Session (Jun 23)
 
· Vermont Father With Work Authorization And No Criminal Record May Be Deported (Jun 23)
 
· Scott: Passage Of Marijuana Legalization Bill During Veto Session 'Wasn't A Priority For Me' (Jun 22)
 
NHPR
· Minuteman Health, Inc. To Stop Selling Insurance in N.H. (Jun 23)
 
· New Hampshire Air National Guard Members to Deploy to Middle East (Jun 23)
 
· In Walpole, a Glimpse of Roads That Don't Put Cars First (Jun 23)
 
· N.H. Lawmaker Indicted For Theft, Tax Evasion (Jun 23)
 
· Shaheen, Hassan To Hold 'Emergency' Hearing On GOP Health Care Bill (Jun 23)
 
· Downtown Portsmouth Added to National Register of Historic Places (Jun 23)
 
· Pelham Voters To Consider Ban On 55-And-Over Housing (Jun 23)
 
· N.H. Sees Spike in Cases of Syphilis (Jun 22)
 
· Marijuana Advocates Optimistic in Northeast Despite Setbacks (Jun 22)
 
· In Manchester, Summer Learning Program Sees Growth In Second Year (Jun 22)
 
VTDigger
· Leaders call latest Obamacare repeal bill ‘tax cuts that would help the rich’ (Jun 23)
 
· Tevye Kelman: Divisive politics distract from the urgency of universal health care (Jun 23)
 
· Ellen Powell: F16 – F35 noise ‘mitigation’ falls short (Jun 23)
 
· Tom Evslin: Teach skills for better workers (Jun 23)
 
· Nuclear dismantler touts safety, experience for Vermont job (Jun 23)
 
· Regulators see good news in health care reform survey (Jun 23)
 
· Decision on turbine noise rules delayed as PSB bends (Jun 23)
 
· Bennington businesses asked to help sell special tax district (Jun 23)
 
· Route 7 roadwork rolls into second summer with a few bumps (Jun 23)
 
· State colleges approve balanced budget with more state aid (Jun 23)
 
· YWP: ‘That Song Sounds Like Blueberries’ (Jun 23)
 
· SCOV Law Blog: Changing a count to fit a statute (Jun 23)
 
· Sanders lawyered up in federal probe of Burlington College (Jun 23)
 
· With unusual legislative session over, political fallout can begin (Jun 23)
 
Seven Days VT
· The Parmelee Post: Rad Dad Will Totally Let Daughter Skate as Soon as She Takes a Good Photo of Him (Jun 24)
 
· Walters: Donovan Sought Outside Review of AG’s Office (Jun 23)
 
· Jane O'Meara Sanders Turns to Legal Help for FBI Probe (Jun 23)
 
· Playtime: Tuned In Promotes Intersectional Feminism in Vermont Music (Jun 23)
 
· Walters: Panel Ices Wind Rules Until October (Jun 22)
 
· Dining on a Dime: Burlington Bay Market & Café in Burlington (Jun 22)
 
· A Vergennes Father Is Being Forced to Return to Mexico (Jun 22)
 
· Slippery Little Sucker Snail Race [SIV494] (Jun 22)
 
· Vermont Marijuana Legalization Stalls in the House, Fails Again (Jun 22)
 
· Vermont Legislature Passes Budget Compromise, Avoiding Government Shutdown (Jun 22)
 
· Walters: WDEV Radio For Sale (Jun 21)
 
· Documentary on Syrian Refugees Draws a Large Crowd in Rutland (Jun 21)
 
· Leahy, Scott Tap Prosecutor Christina Nolan for U.S. Attorney (Jun 21)
 
· Walters: 'Backroom Deal' Settles Budget Standoff (Jun 21)
 
Vermont Press Bureau
· Lawmakers pushing forward on budget deal (Jun 21)
 
· Governor, lawmakers strike budget deal on eve of veto session (Jun 20)
 
· Soucy picked for Rutland County Senate seat (Jun 19)
 
· Scott responds to legal pot compromise, expresses optimism (Jun 15)
 
· key lawmakers craft legal pot compromise (Jun 12)
 
· Scott fulfills promise to veto budget, property tax bills (Jun 6)
 
· Scott receives budget bill after formal request for immediate delivery (Jun 2)
 
Business Vermont
· Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month shines light on impact of Alzheimer’s on caregivers (Jun 23)
 
· Report: Vermont housing too costly, difficult to find (Jun 23)
 
· Project aligns education with Vermont employers’ needs (Jun 23)
 
· Roy moves into VHFA multifamily directorship (Jun 23)
 
· Hong Kong’s mini apartments boom as property prices soar (Jun 23)
 
· Is nonmonetary compensation the same as wages? (Jun 23)
 
· Nowlan to manage Gifford’s behavioral health program   (Jun 23)
 
Vermont state government
· July 4th President Calvin Coolidge Birthday Celebration - A Top 10 Vermont Summer Event (Jun 23)
 
· Premier Food and Drink Events Return to Vermont in July (Jun 23)
 
· Random Acts of Camping Coming to Vermont State Parks This Summer (Jun 21)
 
· The Certificate for Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting issued to Vermont's 2016 CAFR (Jun 15)
 
· Share the Road with Farmers: Be Alert. Be Patient. Be Kind. (Jun 15)
 
· VT Fish & Wildlife Successfully Relocates Moose from Stowe (Jun 15)
 
· Reel Fun Vermont Expands for 2017 (Jun 14)