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Mid-River Bulletin Board
Public-powered events calendar & bulletin board
for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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Local Love Brigade: Cards for Parkland, Florida
February 21, 2018, Wednesday
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Brooks Memorial Library; Brattleboro, VT
 
Weekly Alternatives to Suicide Mutual Support Group
February 21, 2018, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
The Hive Space (Brattleboro); Brattleboro, VT
 
The Resistance, a call to artists
February 22, 2018, Thursday
Call to artists
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Weekly Genealogy Group at the RFPL
February 22, 2018, Thursday
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Preschool Story Time
February 22, 2018, Thursday
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Putney Library; Putney, VT
 
THE IMPORTANCE OF HOPE: Steps to Help the Community Break the Cycle of Addiction
February 22, 2018, Thursday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Abenaki Storytelling: Willow Greene
February 23, 2018, Friday
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Retreat Farm; Brattleboro, VT
 
Baby Story Time and Playgroup
February 23, 2018, Friday
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Putney Library; Putney, VT
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
February 23, 2018, Friday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Village Sanitation Pilot Study
February 23, 2018, Friday
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Congregational Church (Westminster West); Westminster West, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· Clarion Deadline – 2/20/18 (Feb 13)
 
· PANEL TO ADDRESS THREATS TO FREE PRESS (Feb 13)
 
· (Feb 13)
 
· In Case You Missed it (Feb 12)
 
· Nordic Ski Race – 2/14/18 (Feb 12)
 
Eagle Times
· Good Day Respite Program reopens, holds open house (Feb 21)
 
· Shaheen visit spotlights need for workers (Feb 21)
 
· Claremont is losing HOPE (Feb 21)
 
· 3 firefighters certified to teach ice rescue (Feb 21)
 
· Newport Police Department log Feb. 11 to Feb. 17 (Feb 20)
 
· Sunapee Middle High School second-quarter honor roll (Feb 20)
 
· Grant-writing workshop set for March 1 (Feb 20)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Stop life threatening bleeding, free class from Grafton Rescue (Feb 21)
 
· Montpelier selects Putney artists for $50k public project (Feb 21)
 
· Green Mountain Traffic Control, Inc. opens in new location (Feb 21)
 
· Mt. Ascutney Hospital welcomes Sammy Horton and Chelsea Curran (Feb 21)
 
· Judy Lazetera, 1944 – 2018 (Feb 21)
 
· Church Services for week of Feb.25, 2018 (Feb 20)
 
· Trucks and transportation dominate the Weston board meeting (Feb 20)
 
· Business Spotlight: Inn at Valley Farms (Feb 20)
 
· Trustees hold moment of silence for Michael Harty (Feb 20)
 
· Explore sugaring season at the Nature Museum (Feb 20)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Randolph Manager: Preservation Trust Misled Town (Feb 21)
 
· Pomfret Voters to Elect Four Town Officials (Feb 21)
 
· Dartmouth Fraternity Suspended for Hazing, Alcohol Violations (Feb 21)
 
· Charlestown Voters Asked to OK Money for Pool Maintenance (Feb 21)
 
· Trump Urges Bump Stock Prohibition (Feb 21)
 
· Vt.’s Scott Boosts Gun Control (Feb 21)
 
· U.S.: North Korea Canceled Meeting With Pence (Feb 21)
 
· Dutch Attorney Pleads Guilty  In Russia Probe (Feb 21)
 
· Syrian Airstrikes Kill at Least 200 Civilians (Feb 21)
 
· Study: Next Five Years Will Shape Sea-Level Rise (Feb 21)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Who killed Dr. Dean? Jaffrey Historical Society seeks information about century-old slaying (Feb 20)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Feb. 20, 2018 (Feb 20)
 
· Bulletin board Feb. 20, 2018 (Feb 20)
 
· Many, though not all, local lawmakers support bill raising marital age in NH (Feb 20)
 
· From the files, Feb. 20, 2018 (Feb 20)
 
· Keene State job fair to draw near doubling of employers (Feb 20)
 
· Keene City Council to discuss economic development priorities (Feb 20)
 
· Foreclosure auctions of Keene plazas canceled (Feb 20)
 
· Free lecture at Keene State to address opioid epidemic (Feb 20)
 
· Measuring snowfall isn't as easy as it seems (Feb 19)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· SIT president discusses upcoming changes (Feb 21)
 
· Welch meets team tackling opioids (Feb 21)
 
· Hermitage open, but only limited services available (Feb 21)
 
· Olympics inspire speed skating locals (Feb 20)
 
· Vermont Supreme Court dismisses Kuligoski appeal (Feb 20)
 
· Police Log (Feb 20)
 
· Coup in the making at Hermitage? (Feb 20)
 
· Marlboro College professor was scientist, mentor and friend (Feb 20)
 
· 13-year-old hopes to unseat current governor (Feb 20)
 
· Winter Carnival kicks off with Family Day (Feb 19)
 
Springfield VT News
· Calling all local artists (Feb 21)
 
· North School Family Fun Day this coming Saturday (Feb 21)
 
· New sign erected for North School Recreation Park (Feb 21)
 
· Annual Legislative Breakfast planned in Springfield (Feb 21)
 
· Film: 'Girl Rising – One Girl with Courage is a Revolution' (Feb 20)
 
· Brandon Bennett JV Wrestling State Champion, others reach podium in recent tourney (Feb 20)
 
· Southeast 4-H Horse Hippology and Quiz Bowl Contest held in Springfield (Feb 20)
 
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Feb 20)
 
· Scholarships available for students pursuing career in journalism (Feb 20)
 
· Governor shifts gun stance (Feb 19)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Chester begins zoning audit (Feb 21)
 
· Lydia Ratcliff, 84, whose Quality Meats were renowned in New York, Boston restaurants (Feb 21)
 
· Derry board OKs new Planning Commission member (Feb 21)
 
· Residents get a rundown on state plans for Lowell Lake (Feb 21)
 
· Weston Fire Dept. gets new tanker, hosts town-wide home safety equipment sale, giveaway (Feb 19)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Sununu to Sign Lead Bill In Claremont (Feb 7)
 
· Deliberative Session in Claremont Rescheduled (Feb 5)
 
· One Arrested in Drug Investigation (Feb 2)
 
· Former Claremont Doctor Turns Himself into Police (Jan 29)
 
· MLK Day Celebration in Claremont (Jan 13)
 
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· 1 person found dead in mobile home fire (Feb 21)
 
· People for Feb. 22, 2018 (Feb 21)
 
· Rev. Billy Graham, known as ‘America’s Pastor,’ dies at 99 (Feb 21)
 
· Update: $2.7M federal grant to help pregnant women fighting with addiction (Feb 21)
 
· Snowshoe, sugaring walk at Leary Field (Feb 21)
 
· Bishop Brady High School honor roll (Feb 21)
 
· CWES 100th Day of School (Feb 21)
 
· Hillsboro-Deering Middle School honor roll (Feb 21)
 
· Female veterans group reaches milestone (Feb 21)
 
· Laconia Coalition presents 5 Signs, Part 2 (Feb 21)
 
WCAX
· Authorities monitoring rising water on Missisquoi, Lamoille Rivers ()
 
· Heat wave Wednesday ()
 
· Leach sentenced to probation for SBHS threats ()
 
· UVM library 'weeding' books ()
 
· U.S. women's cross-country wins gold ()
 
· Hallquist resigns from VEC ()
 
· Father settles with child advocacy group over girl's death ()
 
· Roads closed due to high water ()
 
· 14-year-old Franklin County, NY, boy arrested for school threats ()
 
· Plattsburgh health center receives bomb threat ()
 
VPR
· Sen. Bernie Sanders Joins Us Live At Noon (Feb 21)
 
· Farmer, Educator, And Friend: Remembering UVM Extension Economist Bob Parsons (Feb 21)
 
· After Parkland Shooting, Protest And A Push For Gun Control In Montpelier (Feb 21)
 
· Craftsbury Outdoor Center's Secret To Churning Out Olympians (Feb 20)
 
· Gillom: Black Olympians (Feb 20)
 
· Ask Bob: Why Does Vermont's Governor Have A Two-Year Term? (Feb 20)
 
· Get To Know Who's Running For Burlington City Council (Feb 20)
 
· Signs Promoting ‘White Identity’ Left On 3 Vermont College Campuses (Feb 20)
 
· Queen City Showdown: Meet Burlington's Mayoral Candidates (Feb 20)
 
· Levin: The Coyote Debate (Feb 20)
 
NHPR
· Hope for NH Recovery Closing All But One Drug Treatment Centers (Feb 21)
 
· Deadline Looming, Granite Staters Urge Lawmakers to Renew Medicaid Expansion (Feb 20)
 
· Flood Watch For Parts Of N.H. As Warm Weather Causes Snowmelt (Feb 20)
 
· Weare, Henniker Schools Close As Police Investigate Threat (Feb 20)
 
· Inside 'Marsy's Law:' California Billionaire Behind N.H. Debate Over Victims' Rights (Feb 20)
 
· Dartmouth To Close Sexual Misconduct Investigations Of Three Professors (Feb 19)
 
· N.H. GOP Pushes Back on "Misguided Sting Operation" at Liquor Commission (Feb 19)
 
· Children's Book Exhibit at Dartmouth Recognizes Threatened Languages Worldwide (Feb 19)
 
· Keene State Finances Stabilizing After Turbulent Year (Feb 19)
 
· N.H. Senate Rejects Tapping Rainy Day Fund for Drug Crisis (Feb 18)
 
Seven Days VT
· Backstory: Best Inaccurate Story Tip (Dec 27)
 
· Backstory: Story That Hit the Closest to Home (Dec 27)
 
· Backstory: Assignment That Made Me Love My Neighbor (Dec 27)
 
· Backstory: Most Haunting Story (Dec 27)
 
· Backstory: Story That Got the Quickest Results (Dec 27)
 
· Backstory: Story That Gave Me the Most Headaches, Literally (Dec 27)
 
· Backstory: Toughest Reporting Moment (Dec 27)
 
· Backstory: Best — and Worst — Interview Setting (Dec 27)
 
· Backstory: Scariest Moment in a Space-Age Car (Dec 27)
 
· Freedom of Screech: Our Favorite Reader Comments of 2017 (Dec 27)
 
· Backstory: Story With the Longest Gestation Period (Dec 27)
 
· Backstory: Most Pleasant Dressing-Down (Dec 27)
 
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
· Benson is Vermont engineer of the year (Feb 2)
 
· Farms already exploring legal cannabidiol products (Feb 2)
 
· Programs hopes to entice females to cyber security (Feb 2)
 
· Hospitals look more to philanthropy for upgrades (Feb 2)
 
· Rutland Regional welcomes new supply chain director (Feb 2)
 
· Woodward joins VHFA as development underwriter (Feb 2)
 
· Planet Fitness adds new anchor to the Berlin Mall (Jan 29)
 
Vermont state government
· Agency of Natural Resources Secretary Julie Moore Invites the Public to Discuss Key Environmental Issues (Feb 21)
 
· ECO AmeriCorps Currently Recruiting Members and Service Site Locations for 2018-2019 (Feb 21)
 
· Mumps Cases Confirmed at St. Michael’s College and University of Vermont (Feb 16)
 
· This is Prime Time for Ice Fishing (Feb 15)
 
· Westfield Man Charged with Importing Exotic Reptiles (Feb 15)
 
· Governor Phil Scott Named State Co-Chair of Northern Border Regional Commission (Feb 15)
 
· Governor Phil Scott Proclaims February 14 as Recovery Day in Vermont (Feb 14)
 
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