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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
July 25, 2017, Tuesday
Various days and show times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Brattleboro Downtown Farmers' Market
July 25, 2017, Tuesday
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Brattleboro Downtown Farmers' Market; Brattleboro
 
Orchard Hill Breadworks Pizza Night
July 25, 2017, Tuesday
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Orchard Hill Breadworks; Alstead, NH
 
Pikes Falls Chamber Music Festival
July 26, 2017, Wednesday
Various concerts on various days at various times
Jamaica Town Hall; Jamaica, VT
 
Scrabble Night: Drop in and play!
July 26, 2017, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Brooks Memorial Library; Brattleboro, VT
 
DATE CHANGE. Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan
July 26, 2017, Wednesday
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Greater Falls Farmers' Market
July 28, 2017, Friday
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Hetty Green Park; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Rock Voices 80s Summer Concert
July 28, 2017, Friday
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Brattleboro Union High School; Brattleboro, VT
 
The Seamus Egan Project
July 28, 2017, Friday
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Next Stage; Putney, VT
 
The Healing Harp
July 29, 2017, Saturday
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Stone Church Arts; Bellows Falls, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· A Reminder (Jul 20)
 
· Save the Date – 10/21/17 (Jul 20)
 
· Call to Artists (Jul 18)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 7/6/17 (Jul 18)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 6/29/17 (Jul 18)
 
Eagle Times
· A historic moment (Jul 23)
 
· Preserving the pool (Jul 23)
 
· 65 years of saving the river (Jul 23)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· St. Mark’s announces Monastery Days (Jul 24)
 
· The Yankee Male Chorus 2017 Concert Tour (Jul 24)
 
· End of America is next on music series (Jul 23)
 
· Bondville Fair seeks crafters and artisans (Jul 23)
 
· Okemo Valley Golf Club Men’s League results, July 18 (Jul 23)
 
· Okemo Valley Golf Club Ladies’ League results, July 19 (Jul 23)
 
· FOLA decides to dismantle old piano (Jul 23)
 
· Pets of the Week: Chiquita and Mitzie (Jul 23)
 
· Union #39 and Ludlow Elementary School Boards announce change in admin structure (Jul 23)
 
· Music and art in the foothills of the Green Mountains (Jul 23)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Opioid Epidemic Prompts Changes To Procedures for First-Responders (Jul 23)
 
· Jim Kenyon: Justice Delayed for Falsely Accused Grandfather (Jul 23)
 
· Business Notes: Beauty Products Company Opens White River Junction Location (Jul 23)
 
· ‘NanoBrew’ Festival Moves to Fairgrounds (Jul 23)
 
· Dartmouth Graduate Picked  To Lead Vt. Medical Society (Jul 23)
 
· Local & Regional Briefs: July 23, 2017 (Jul 23)
 
· People in Business: (Jul 23)
 
· At the Hospitals: (Jul 23)
 
· Reinventing the Laundromat (Jul 23)
 
· Everything, Including the Kitchen Sink (Jul 23)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Opioid Epidemic Prompts Changes To Procedures for First-Responders (Jul 23)
 
· Jim Kenyon: Justice Delayed for Falsely Accused Grandfather (Jul 23)
 
· Business Notes: Beauty Products Company Opens White River Junction Location (Jul 23)
 
· ‘NanoBrew’ Festival Moves to Fairgrounds (Jul 23)
 
· Dartmouth Graduate Picked  To Lead Vt. Medical Society (Jul 23)
 
· Local & Regional Briefs: July 23, 2017 (Jul 23)
 
· People in Business: (Jul 23)
 
· At the Hospitals: (Jul 23)
 
· Reinventing the Laundromat (Jul 23)
 
· Everything, Including the Kitchen Sink (Jul 23)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· From waste to plant food (Jul 24)
 
· Growth at Saxtons River Distillery leads to expansion, new locale (Jul 24)
 
· Halifax looking for volunteer first responders (Jul 24)
 
· Colleges join forces for 'green' recovery in post-VY era (Jul 24)
 
· Police: Pedestrian struck in accident has died (Jul 22)
 
· West Nile virus detected in Brattleboro (Jul 22)
 
· River steward: protection is 'everyone's effort' (Jul 22)
 
· Downtown parking study starts with statistics and survey (Jul 22)
 
· Pedestrian hit by car (Jul 22)
 
· Road construction in Windham County (Jul 22)
 
Springfield VT News
· Hartness State Airport to observe Lindbergh landing in Springfield, 1927 (Jul 24)
 
· More heroin charges filed against Springfield's Aaron Montgomery (Jul 24)
 
· North School Yard Sale preview video: Simpsons anniversary edition (Jul 24)
 
· Shut out of the premiere (Jul 24)
 
· Springfield park project among grant funding recipients (Jul 24)
 
· 10 years ago today: Springfield Vermont hosts the world premiere of The Simpsons Movie (Jul 24)
 
· Prayers for Homer (Jul 23)
 
· Springfield Co-op celebrates 25th anniversary (Jul 22)
 
· Springfield takes on urban decay one building at a time (Jul 21)
 
· Album Review: Vazy, 'The Field' (Jul 20)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Sign stolen from Westminster business overnight (Jul 23)
 
· Andover Select Board agenda for July 24, 2017 (Jul 21)
 
· Weston Select Board agenda for Tuesday, July 25, 2017 (Jul 21)
 
· UPDATE: I-91 Rockingham Bridge construction schedule – Ramp closed through 7/28 (Jul 21)
 
· Man connected to Middlesex homicide arrested in Ill. (Jul 20)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Two Injured in Walpole Crash (Jul 23)
 
· Man Leads Police on Chase in Lebanon (Jul 22)
 
· Details of Charlestown Motor Vehicle Collision Released (Jul 5)
 
· Details of Lake Sunapee Drowning Released (Jul 2)
 
· Police Announce Arrest of Newport Man Following Burglary/Theft Investigation (Jun 28)
 
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Details emerge on man who had flesh-eating bacteria after N.H. hike (Jul 24)
 
· Concord Ortho rezoning objectors: Case is profit vs. people (Jul 24)
 
· Boscawen operation takes award for top N.H. dairy farm of 2017 (Jul 24)
 
· 9 die in immigrant-smuggling attempt in sweltering truck (Jul 24)
 
· Robot finds likely melted fuel heap inside Fukushima reactor (Jul 24)
 
· Honorary cat mayor in Alaska town dies at 20 (Jul 24)
 
· Man seeking dropped phone falls in trash chute (Jul 24)
 
· Business People (Jul 24)
 
· Business notes for July 24, 2017 (Jul 24)
 
· Tool to help police in opioid crisis draws privacy concern (Jul 24)
 
WCAX
· Police say driver passed them on I-91 at 102MPH (Jul 23)
 
· Alumni boost scholarships for Berlin students at UNH (Jul 23)
 
· New England schools cooperate to aid green economy workforce (Jul 23)
 
· Teenagers injured after crashing Corvette (Jul 23)
 
· Athletes enjoy moderate Adirondack weather for the Iron Man (Jul 23)
 
· Pedal and Paddle to benefit Winooski (Jul 23)
 
· In the Kitchen on the weekend: Garlic-Parmesan Kale Chips (Jul 23)
 
· Time running out for Moose permits (Jul 23)
 
· Fish & Wildlife say be on the lookout for turkeys (Jul 23)
 
· Clash between rowers and cottage owners (Jul 23)
 
· Vermont may take in less than predicted (Jul 23)
 
· Kayakers take on the Connecticut River (Jul 23)
 
· Update : Pedestrian struck in Brattleboro has passed away (Jul 22)
 
· Driver arrested after police chase ends in crash (Jul 22)
 
VPR
· Change Brings Challenges For Vermont's Forests (Jul 23)
 
· For Farmers Looking To Make Ends Meet, The Sun Provides A Controversial Harvest (Jul 21)
 
· 'Girls, Girls, Girls': Artist Subverts Sexism By Celebrating Local Women (Jul 21)
 
· Welch And N.H. Rep Annie Kuster Want 'Solutions Over Politics' In Health Care Reform (Jul 21)
 
· Vermont Wins National Award For Rebuilding State Office Complex Damaged During Irene (Jul 21)
 
· Hateful Graffiti Found In Burlington's Fletcher Free Library (Jul 21)
 
· Krupp: Planting for Pollinators (Jul 21)
 
· Mnookin: Local Climate Activism (Jul 21)
 
· Luskin: First Harvest (Jul 21)
 
· Little Brown Bats, Once Common, Still Struggling After 10 Years Of Disease (Jul 21)
 
NHPR
· An Arts Festival, a Curmudgeon, and Legacy of Two Sisters Collide in Portsmouth (Jul 24)
 
· Two Bills Addressing Water Contamination Become Law (Jul 24)
 
· Currier to Host Art-Themed Block Party (Jul 21)
 
· The Bookshelf: The Frost Place Turns 40 (Jul 21)
 
· Meredith Couple Cooks Up Cider Doughnuts At White House 'Made In America' Event (Jul 21)
 
· You Asked, We Answered: What Happened to the People in That N.H. Ghost Town? (Jul 21)
 
· AG Says Police Justified in Use of Deadly Force in Hampton Shooting (Jul 21)
 
· Manchester VA Interim Director: 'This Is A Personal Mission To Make Sure We're Doing This Right' (Jul 20)
 
· Gatsas Sues Detractors Who Accused Him Of Sexual Assault Cover-Up (Jul 20)
 
· Narcan Used To Revive 6-Year-Old Manchester Boy After Possible Overdose (Jul 20)
 
VTDigger
· Seven years of disability discrimination complaints target UVM Medical Center (Jul 24)
 
· UVM fraternity house to become Champlain College dorm (Jul 23)
 
· Clare Garvie & Jay Diaz: Suspension of DMV face recognition program not enough (Jul 23)
 
· Barrie Dunsmore: Trump’s foreign policy (Jul 23)
 
· Tyler Resch: The purpose and passion of Ira Allen (Jul 23)
 
· Welch joins Democratic chorus against ‘horrible’ budget (Jul 23)
 
· St. Albans hotel opens; bills paid, liens released (Jul 23)
 
· Icy Palmer: A Manchester legend brought to life (Jul 23)
 
· Smith: Politicians will say and do the darnedest things (Jul 23)
 
· Movie tour to honor Vermont author Howard Frank Mosher (Jul 23)
 
· River protection is ‘everyone’s effort,’ says new steward (Jul 23)
 
· Then Again: Joseph Battell, Vermont’s greatest philanthropist and conservationist (Jul 23)
 
· Deb Sherrer: Sharing the road (Jul 21)
 
· Don Keelan: It’s only a game (Jul 21)
 
Seven Days VT
· Generator Director Lars Hasselblad Torres Departs (Jul 23)
 
· Seriously: Live Green and Die, Database Danger and Grand Theft Goat-O (Jul 23)
 
· The Parmelee Post: Brewers Fest Exit Inspires Burlington's First Annual Leap Frog Relay (Jul 22)
 
· Trump Admin Axes Millions in Funding for Vermont Nonprofit (Jul 21)
 
· Vermont Officials Prepare for Lower Revenues, Budget Cuts (Jul 21)
 
· Teen Charged in South Burlington Racist Graffiti Case (Jul 21)
 
· Dining on a Dime: Asian Bistro's $12 Sushi Lunch (Jul 21)
 
· Ben Stiller Brings Casting Call for Prison Escape Series to Plattsburgh (Jul 21)
 
· Swastika, Racial Slur Found in Burlington Library Bathroom (Jul 21)
 
· Walters: Scott Unveils Yet Another Climate Panel (Jul 21)
 
· Vermont Arts Council Selects a New Executive Director (Jul 20)
 
· Shacksbury Cider's Tasting Room Opens Today (Jul 20)
 
· Half Lounge to Reopen in August (Jul 20)
 
· Former Burlington Bottle Redemption Center to Become Recording Studio (Jul 19)
 
Vermont Press Bureau
· Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont seeks $10.3 million from state (Jul 20)
 
· Election Commission data request on hold pending lawsuit (Jul 11)
 
· AG Donovan reviewing request for voter information (Jul 6)
 
· Sanders to seek Medicare for all plan (Jul 6)
 
· Scott picks Rep. Adam Greshin as Finance commissioner (Jun 29)
 
· Scott signs 2018 budget (Jun 28)
 
· Milton’s Hubert to resign House seat (Jun 26)
 
Business Vermont
· Grace Cottage Hospital CEO announces his retirement (Jul 21)
 
· Localfolk is the latest to tap into Vermont’s craft beer culture (Jul 21)
 
· Killington becoming hot real estate market (Jul 21)
 
· Condos selected president of secretaries of state group (Jul 21)
 
· Vermont Law School welcomes new president and dean   (Jul 21)
 
· Child earns Fellow status in physician recruiter network (Jul 21)
 
· Vermont sends a love note to Canadian tourists (Jul 21)
 
Vermont state government
· There's Something for Everyone At Vermont's Fairs and Field Days (Jul 21)
 
· Mosquito Pools Test Positive for West Nile Virus (Jul 21)
 
· 2017 Vermont Agricultural Hall of Fame Inductees Announced (Jul 21)
 
· Family Fun & Field Day, Moose Lottery -- July 29, Barre (Jul 20)
 
· Mount Independence to Host Book Launch Celebration (Jul 20)
 
· Vermont Turkey Brood Survey Starts Aug. 1 (Jul 19)
 
· Two Fish Certified as New Vermont State Records (Jul 19)