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Mid-River Bulletin Board
Public-powered events calendar & bulletin board
for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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NEW DATE: Local Democracy in Times of National Plutocracy
February 23, 2017
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Springfield Town Library; Springfield, VT
 
Open Wall Art Show
February 25, 2017
Submission Deadline
Gallery at the VAULT; Springfield, VT
 
Daisy Turner's Kin
February 25, 2017
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Powerful Muses: The Group of Seven Artists
February 25, 2017
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Springfield Town Library; Springfield, VT
 
Pianist Virginia Eskin and Mandolinist August Watters
February 25, 2017
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Stone Church Arts; Bellows Falls, VT
 
The American Symphony of Soul community dance party
February 25, 2017
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Next Stage; Putney, VT
 
Tall Tales! Stories and Songs from New England
February 25, 2017
11:00 pm - 12:00 pm
Redfern Arts Center at Keene State College; Keene, NH
 
The Bill of Rights and You
February 27, 2017
PSA
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Pushing the Limits: Reading, Viewing, and Discussion series
February 27, 2017
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Salvage What You Can (NYC exhibit)
February 28, 2017
Thu - Sun, 1 - 6 PM, thru 3/5
Studio 10; Brooklyn, NY
 
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The Walpolean
· Historical Society Speaker Series – 3/3/17 (Feb 12)
 
· Town Meeting Warrant Articles (Feb 10)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 2/2/17 (Feb 10)
 
· Westberg Property Public Hearing – 1/26/17 (Feb 10)
 
Eagle Times
· Returning home (Feb 22)
 
· School board discusses tax impact for proposed $29M budget (Feb 22)
 
· Elm Hill principal plans June resignation to pursue other options (Feb 21)
 
· LIbrary seeking grant to add 18 parking spaces (Feb 21)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Dear Editor – Chester for all? (Feb 22)
 
· Sunshine and slush at Chester’s Winter Carnival (Feb 22)
 
· Springfield Winter Carnival was a rockin’ success (Feb 22)
 
· Vilas Bridge joint resolution referred to committee (Feb 22)
 
· SMCS pronounces Children’s Dental Health Project a success (Feb 22)
 
· Town garage catches on fire from plow truck (Feb 22)
 
Valley News
· Perkins Expected to Serve At Least 20 Years for Bethel Shooting (Feb 22)
 
· Orange House Recount Scrapped; Republican Frenier to Keep Seat (Feb 22)
 
· Remains of Historic Lebanon Church Razed as Congregation Plans to Rebuild (Feb 22)
 
· Small Retail Stores Close in Vermont (Feb 22)
 
· Strafford Taxes Could Be Close To This Year’s (Feb 22)
 
· WCSU Begins Negotiations With Top Superintendent Finalist (Feb 22)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
· Councilors propose adding gender identity protection to Keene employment policy (Feb 22)
 
· Court log Jan. 12, 2017 (Feb 22)
 
· Bulletin board Feb. 22, 2017 (Feb 22)
 
· Keene Middle School student gets surprising security check at airport (Feb 22)
 
· From the files, Feb. 22, 2017 (Feb 22)
 
· Committee report identifies economic development priorities in Keene (Feb 22)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Feb. 22, 2017 (Feb 22)
 
· Brattleboro warehouse leveled by fast-moving fire (Feb 22)
 
· Family displaced, dog killed in two-alarm fire in Jaffrey Tuesday (Feb 22)
 
· Man taken to the hospital following two-alarm Jaffrey fire Tuesday (Feb 22)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
· Vernon school exit again rejected (Feb 22)
 
· Police Log (Feb 22)
 
· New pastor: 'I love this town' (Feb 22)
 
· Prisoner back in custody after escape from transport team (Feb 22)
 
· Brattleboro warehouse destroyed by fire (Feb 21)
 
· Film on Vermont racism to show locally (Feb 21)
 
· Whitingham Select Board urges residents to reject school budget (Feb 21)
 
· Imagining the future with STEM (Feb 21)
 
· Brattleboro officials call for change in nationwide response to the opiate crisis (Feb 21)
 
· Police Log (Feb 20)
 
Springfield VT News
· Vermont 4-H members compete in equine contests (Feb 22)
 
· Book calls for spiritual unity (Feb 22)
 
· Windsor wins on senior night (Feb 22)
 
· Opinion: Why Do "Progressives" Like War? (Feb 22)
 
· Minutemen roll past Cosmos, 51-31 (Feb 22)
 
· Elm Hill principal plans June resignation to pursue other options (Feb 22)
 
· School board discusses tax impact for proposed $29M budget (Feb 22)
 
· James Newhall named Employee of the Month at Mt. Ascutney Hospital (Feb 22)
 
· SHS Theater and RMS Drama presents... (Feb 21)
 
· Video: Trump and The Truth about Sweden (Feb 21)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Sunny skies, lots of snow brighten Chester Winter Carnival 2017 (Feb 22)
 
· Meadowsend Timberlands buys 600 acres; looks to renewable project down the road (Feb 22)
 
· Chester board continues hearing comments on UDBs (Feb 22)
 
· Chester DRB hearing for Monday, Feb. 27 (Feb 21)
 
· Derry Candidates Night: Three vie for open Select Board seats (Feb 21)
 
Nashua Telegraph
· Good weather allows roofers to work on Hunt Memorial Building (Feb 22)
 
· Nashua school officials to host meet and greet with superintendent finalists (Feb 22)
 
· DWC guard involved in melee arraigned (Feb 22)
 
· The trouble with truthiness (Feb 22)
 
· As players dawdle, MLB plots changes (Feb 22)
 
· Suspect in chase taken to hospital; Driver faces multiple charges following pursuit (Feb 22)
 
· Cleaning House; Wells Fargo fires 4 senior managers in scandal inquiry (Feb 22)
 
· Celtics should stay on course (Feb 22)
 
Concord Monitor
· Winter Performing Arts Series success (Feb 22)
 
· Owen Labrie lawyer never told him how bad she thought his defense was (Feb 22)
 
· N.H. doctor reunited with Iranian wife after travel ban blocked (Feb 22)
 
· St. Lawrence University dean’s list (Feb 22)
 
· 90th Birthday celebrations (Feb 22)
 
· Library celebrates 300 years of service (Feb 22)
 
· People for Feb. 23, 2017 (Feb 22)
 
· Current Loudon police chief confronts former chief and selectman  (Feb 22)
 
Union Leader
· Sununu signature scraps 'concealed carry' permits (Feb 22)
 
· Police Missing Exeter High student found at Brentwood business (Feb 22)
 
· Raymond pair charged in drive-thru drug deal at Burger King waive arraignment (Feb 22)
 
· New UNH program cuts tuition for qualified in-state students (Feb 22)
 
· Mike Shalin's Working Press Cassidy's Bruins are must-see TV these days (Feb 22)
 
· Wildlife sanctuary in Bedford, Goffstown closer to reality (Feb 22)
 
· Homeland Security employees in D.C., Philadelphia locked out of computer networks (Feb 22)
 
· Some Belknap County commissioners decry proposed budget increase (Feb 22)
 
WCAX
· SodaStream recalls carbonating bottles (Feb 22)
 
· Vermont House recount ends after ballot discrepancy found (Feb 22)
 
· Alex Apple competes for $1M on new reality show (Feb 22)
 
· Lawmakers say Cuomo is moving to cut funds to fight cancer (Feb 22)
 
· Lawyer says she failed NH prep school grad at sex assault trial (Feb 22)
 
· What's in a name? Changing school mascots (Feb 22)
 
· Happy reunion for couple separated by travel ban (Feb 22)
 
· Keurig Green Mountain to pay nearly $6M in civil penalties (Feb 22)
 
· Sununu signs law making it easier to carry hidden guns (Feb 22)
 
· NH farm posts calf video and animal rights commenters descend (Feb 22)
 
· Green Mountain Boys arriving back home (Feb 22)
 
· Assembly hearing to address NY home care worker shortage (Feb 22)
 
· NH ATV rider becomes stuck, dies (Feb 22)
 
· DNA comes back positive for 3 defendants in NH killing (Feb 22)
 
VPR
· How A Recount In The Vermont House Turned Into A 'Comedy Of Errors' (Feb 22)
 
· Burlington Cop Resigns Amid Perjury Investigation (Feb 22)
 
· Mares: ESOPs (Feb 22)
 
· Markowitz: Civics Silver Lining (Feb 22)
 
· 'Girl Rising': How Education Helps Girls Overcome Poverty, Discrimination (Feb 22)
 
· Vermont Air National Guard F-16s Return From Deployment (Feb 22)
 
· State Board Of Education Delays Vote On New Special Ed Rules (Feb 21)
 
· New Hardwick Gazette Owner Wants To Keep Local Focus (Feb 21)
 
· Proposed Rules Could Mean Changes For How Independent Schools Provide Special Education (Feb 21)
 
· Oppenheim: The Power Of Comedy (Feb 21)
 
VTDigger
· Vermonters with disabilities get new investment opportunity (Feb 22)
 
· Bennington looks to improve its marks among residents (Feb 22)
 
· Loss of tuition students sends town into arms of merger (Feb 22)
 
· Legislation to regulate marijuana proposed (Feb 22)
 
· Frenier will retain seat in Vermont House (Feb 22)
 
· Zuckerman: Legislature must act quickly to block implementation of Trump deportation rules (Feb 22)
 
· Vermont Senate bill aimed at Trump would require presidential candidates to file taxes (Feb 22)
 
· Vernon school exit again rejected (Feb 22)
 
· ‘Green burials’ bill moves forward (Feb 22)
 
· UPDATED: Vail buys Stowe Mountain Resort (Feb 22)
 
· Board puts off private school rules amid talk of political sway (Feb 22)
 
· Scott says he’s found right person for DEC chief at last (Feb 22)
 
· Two Vermonters arrested at border protest (Feb 22)
 
· Louis Josephson: Fragile safety net needs attention (Feb 22)
 
Seven Days VT
· 'Three-Ring Circus:' Vermont House Election Recount Halted (Feb 22)
 
· Walters: Vermont Senate Panel Orders Up a Fistful of Studies (Feb 22)
 
· A Vacant Storefront Art Installation Illuminates Winooski (Feb 22)
 
· In Burlington, Upward Growth or 'Vertical Sprawl'? (Feb 22)
 
· Theater Review: Last of the Red Hot Lovers, Northern Stage (Feb 22)
 
· Letters to the Editor (2/22/17) (Feb 22)
 
· Movie Review: 'A Cure for Wellness' Offers Plenty of Weirdness (Feb 22)
 
· John Vincent Is Printing the Revolution (Feb 22)
 
· Movie Review: 'The Great Wall' Doesn't Stand Up to Scrutiny (Feb 22)
 
· Free Will Astrology (2/22/17) (Feb 22)
 
· Spencer Lewis, From Now to Now (Feb 22)
 
· Before the Civil Rights Act, Vermont's 'Tourist Homes' Welcomed Black Travelers (Feb 22)
 
· Self Portrait, Primal Union (Feb 22)
 
· Four More Local Albums You Probably Haven't Heard (Feb 22)
 
Local News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette