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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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2018 Harris Hill Ski Jump
February 17, 2018, Saturday
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Harris Hill Ski Jump; Brattleboro
 
The Bill of Rights Project
February 18, 2018, Sunday
Call for participants
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Queer Vermont Winter Hike
February 18, 2018, Sunday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Mount Ascutney State Park; Windsor
 
Classical by Intention: Bach, Stravinsky and Fauré
February 18, 2018, Sunday
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Main Street Arts; Saxtons River, VT
 
Steinberg Duo
February 18, 2018, Sunday
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Redfern Arts Center; Keene, NH
 
Technology One-on-One at the Putney Library
February 20, 2018, Tuesday
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Putney Library; Putney, VT
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
February 20, 2018, Tuesday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
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
 
The Resistance, a call to artists
February 22, 2018, Thursday
Call to artists
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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
· Woman arrested with 600 bags of heroin posts bond (Feb 17)
 
· Area residents sentenced in Superior Court (Feb 17)
 
· Student chefs gear up for statewide culinary competition (Feb 17)
 
· Residents hear proposal for school merger (Feb 17)
 
· Flu puts strain on hospitals (Feb 17)
 
· Fiesta dinner, jazz concert fundraiser at Compass School (Feb 16)
 
· Students ready to hit the stage at 11th annual Dramafest (Feb 16)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Winter Showcase Night highlights student learning at BFMS (Feb 18)
 
· Something to write home about from Senator Dick McCormack (Feb 18)
 
· Eugene E. Meyette, 1986 – 2018 (Feb 18)
 
· Scholarships available for students pursuing career in journalism (Feb 18)
 
· American Cancer Society skates into the Relay for Life season (Feb 17)
 
· Eleven ways to help yourself stay sane in a crazy market (Feb 17)
 
· OLLI presents: Gold mines of New England (Feb 17)
 
· Springfield High School presents “Anne of Avonlea” (Feb 17)
 
· Lycored brought “love chair” to Magic Mountain’s “red chair” (Feb 17)
 
· Come learn about Vermont’s rattlesnakes in Rutland (Feb 17)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Mass. Must Decide on Social Use of Pot (Feb 18)
 
· Cemetery Funding on Vershire Warning (Feb 18)
 
· Trump’s Assault on Bipartisan Immigration Plan Sealed Its Fate (Feb 18)
 
· Adviser Says Meddling Claims ‘Indisputable’ (Feb 18)
 
· Emails Detail Handling of False Missile Alert (Feb 18)
 
· Biden, in Public and Private, Tiptoes Toward a 2020 Run (Feb 18)
 
· 13 Dead in Helicopter Crash (Feb 18)
 
· Florida Turns Pain  To Protest (Feb 18)
 
· Family Left to Pray, Hope for Former Dartmouth Quarterback (Feb 18)
 
· A Renewed Focus on Forestry (Feb 18)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· From the files, Feb. 17, 2018 (Feb 17)
 
· Bulletin board Feb. 17, 2018 (Feb 17)
 
· In Winchester, expressions and lessons of gratitude have binding effect (Feb 17)
 
· 2018 Trendsetters event features fire and ice (Feb 17)
 
· Buyouts, cuts set Keene State on path for balanced budget (Feb 17)
 
· Flea market proposed in Hinsdale (Feb 17)
 
· Curling is swell on TV. In person, it's magic. (Feb 17)
 
· Monadnock Profile: Walpole woman helps writers tap into their pasts (Feb 17)
 
· At a glance: Pam Bernard (Feb 17)
 
· Financial group offers free Social Security seminars (Feb 17)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Dover Economic Development: New director is taking care of business (Feb 16)
 
· Lolatte recognized for her 'thoughtful support' (Feb 16)
 
· Stoneholm Farm: 100-year-old dairy farm being sold (Feb 16)
 
· 'I am Vermont Too' (Feb 16)
 
· NewBrook Elementary School: Making history with the Falcons (Feb 16)
 
· Seeing the future of high-tech, from behind the wheel of a Mercedes-Benz (Feb 16)
 
· No fan of tech in new cars? Not to worry (Feb 16)
 
· Driving the high-tech highway: What's new in a new car? (Feb 16)
 
· Alleged drug dealer calls for dismissal of charges (Feb 16)
 
· Kicking off the Winter Carnival with sugar-on-snow (Feb 16)
 
Springfield VT News
· Flu puts strain on hospitals (Feb 18)
 
· Join us for Library Game Night (Feb 18)
 
· Springfield High School presents “Anne of Avonlea” (Feb 18)
 
· Springfield tops Twin Valley (Feb 16)
 
· Big wrestling weekend coming up (Feb 16)
 
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Feb 15)
 
· AP reports Smith trial verdict wrongly (Feb 15)
 
· Business Spotlight: Wholistic Wellness Center (Feb 15)
 
· Brady/Callahan announces name change to Brady/Donahue (Feb 15)
 
· Is your TV watching you? Latest models raise concerns (Feb 15)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Chester Select Board agenda for Feb. 21, 2018 (Feb 16)
 
· Grafton Select Board agenda for Feb. 19, 2018 (Feb 15)
 
· Derry Candidates Night: 2 candidates, 8 attendees, 9 minutes (Feb 15)
 
· TRSU full board agenda for Thursday Feb. 15, 2018 (Feb 15)
 
· Sparks and smoke at Vermont Country Store bring quick response from firefighters (Feb 14)
 
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)
· PHOTOS: Webster Lake Ice Fishing Derby (Feb 18)
 
· Tenney Mountain Ski Area quietly reopens for snow tubing only, so far (Feb 18)
 
· Public gets a look at plans for widening I-93 in Concord (Feb 18)
 
· Despite ease in guidelines, officials see no surge of new in-law apartments (Feb 18)
 
· Penny Pitou looked great, on both the slopes and in front of the camera (Feb 18)
 
· School shootings are rare. But threats aren’t. How do schools manage? (Feb 18)
 
· Next Level Church’s ‘blessing’ to Pembroke hasn’t arrived yet (Feb 17)
 
· Official: State’s liquor stores ignore suspicious purchases (Feb 17)
 
· Trump meets Florida shooting victims, first responders (Feb 17)
 
· FBI says it failed to investigate tip on Florida suspect (Feb 17)
 
WCAX
· Ellie The Elephant Visits Burlington ()
 
· A New Bike Path is Coming to St. Johnsbury ()
 
· Black Lives Matter Flag Raised on Monday ()
 
· Man Arrested for Using Counterfit Bills ()
 
· Moretown Man Arrested for Allegedly Stealing a Car ()
 
· ATV Crash Injures Two ()
 
· Sunday Morning Olympic Update ()
 
· Police looking for jewelry thieves in South Burlington ()
 
· Senator Sanders reaffirms his stance on gun control ()
 
· Parents get the 411 on marijuana ()
 
VPR
· Johnson Is Removing Ice Jams From The Lamoille River With Heavy Equipment (Feb 17)
 
· Kashmeri: Gun Safety Leadership (Feb 16)
 
· Henningsen: Library Walk (Feb 16)
 
· 13 Central Vermont Communities Look To Bring High-Speed Internet To Region (Feb 16)
 
· Can You Prove That Vermont’s Main Business Incentive Creates Jobs? It’s Debatable (Feb 16)
 
· Mueller Indictment Says Russians Allegedly Supported Sanders Campaign (Feb 16)
 
· The Agony And Ecstasy Of Snow Days: How The Decision Is Made To Call Off School (Feb 16)
 
· Wallis: Young Olympians (Feb 16)
 
· Sexual Harassment Bill Aims To Protect Victims' Rights (Feb 16)
 
· 18-Year-Old In Poultney Arrested For Threatening School Shooting (Feb 16)
 
NHPR
· Winter Weather Advisory for Southern New Hampshire (Feb 17)
 
· Exeter Police Arrest Teen in Technical School Threat (Feb 16)
 
· Opioid Drug Sweep Nets 151 Arrests Across N.H. (Feb 16)
 
· Powerball Winner Will Get Money While Fight to Remain Anonymous Continues (Feb 16)
 
· Sununu Questions 'Sting Operation' Into Alleged Money Laundering at Liquor Stores (Feb 16)
 
· Scott Murray Confirmed as U.S. Attorney for New Hampshire (Feb 16)
 
· You Asked, We Answered: Why Are There SO Many "Houses of Pizza" In New Hampshire? (Feb 16)
 
· The Bookshelf: Meg Kearney's Adoption Stories, Real and Imagined (Feb 16)
 
· NHDOT Proposes Widening Interstate-93 in Concord (Feb 16)
 
· Councilor Says N.H. Liquor Commission Aiding Cross-Border 'Money Laundering' Scheme (Feb 15)
 
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
· 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)
 
· A Reminder to Remove Ice Shanties (Feb 14)
 
· Governor Phil Scott Asks Legislature to Expedite Equal Pay Legislation (Feb 13)
 
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