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Bellows Falls Opera House Movie
October 23, 2018, Tuesday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
October 24, 2018, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Brooks Memorial Library; Brattleboro, VT
Storytelling at Putney Library to celebrate 40 years of the Putney Craft Tour
October 24, 2018, Wednesday
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Putney Library; Putney, VT
October 24, 2018, Wednesday
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
PK's Public House; Bellows Falls, VT
Bellows Falls Opera House Movie
October 26, 2018, Friday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
Lynne Kennedy author reading
October 26, 2018, Friday
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Village Square Booksellers; Bellows Falls, VT
Vision – From the Life of Hildegard of Bingen
October 26, 2018, Friday
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Stone Church Arts; Bellows Falls, VT
Walpole Library Book Sale
October 27, 2018, Saturday
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Walpole Middle School; Walpole, NH
Gilfeather Turnip Festival and Gilfeather Turnip Contest
October 27, 2018, Saturday
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Wardsboro Town Hall; Wardsboro, VT
The Neo-Trad Experience
October 27, 2018, Saturday
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Stone Church Arts; Bellows Falls, VT

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The Walpolean
· Utility Trailer for Sale (Oct 23)
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 10/11/18 (Oct 19)
· Hooper Trustees Meeting Minutes – 10/11/18 (Oct 19)
· Scouting for Food – 11/10/18 (Oct 19)
· “The Kempter’s are Coming!” (Oct 19)
Eagle Times
· Politicians hop aboard ‘Medicare-For-All’ train, destination unknown (Oct 23)
· New Hampshire Department Of Safety participates in National School Bus Safety Week (Oct 23)
· She came in first at the truck rodeo (Oct 23)
· VPR and Vermont PBS team up for election poll (Oct 23)
· Court strikes down anti-student voting Bill SB3 (Oct 23)
· New Hampshire State Police – Troop C log (Oct 23)
· Gasoline price down a penny this week (Oct 23)
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Op-Ed: Vermont needs a senator for the future, not one stuck in the past (Oct 23)
· Fire consumes Vermont Country Store overflow warehouse (Oct 23)
· Vote on Election Day (Oct 23)
· State police arrest couple for multiple burglaries (Oct 23)
· Annmarie Christensen for Weathersfield and Cavendish (Oct 23)
· A look at some of the treasures of the Walpole Heritage Museum (Oct 23)
· Red Cross calls for healthy donors to maintain blood supply (Oct 23)
· BRS brings Association Health Plans back to Vermont (Oct 23)
· How should you respond to record-breaking Bull Market? (Oct 22)
· Bowl painting at Black River Academy Museum (Oct 22)
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Vermont Man Accused in Grandfather’s Killing Blames ‘Mistress’ (Oct 23)
· Local & Regional Briefs: Alumnus Donates $10 Million For Dartmouth’s Thayer Expansion (Oct 23)
· State to Hanover: Alter Town Pollution Safeguards (Oct 23)
· Jury Set to Get Case in Fatal 2017 Crash in Croydon (Oct 23)
· 3 Vie for N.H. Council Seat (Oct 23)
· Transgender Memo Sparks Outrage (Oct 23)
· N.H. Officials Dispute Findings of Opioid Analysis (Oct 23)
· N.H. Judge Blocks Voting Law (Oct 23)
· Analysis: ‘Obamacare’ Shapes States’ Spending of Opioid Grant Money (Oct 23)
· YWP: What If People Went Through a Yearly Transformation? (Oct 23)
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Oct. 23, 2018 (Oct 23)
· Maps Counseling Services to celebrate move to new facility in Keene (Oct 23)
· Governor's diversity and inclusion council to seek feedback in Keene tonight (Oct 23)
· State Police: Keene officer at fault for crash in city (Oct 23)
· This day in history, Oct. 23, 2018 (Oct 23)
· Art project planned for Keene airport re-imagines local landmark as labyrinth (Oct 23)
· Bulletin board Oct. 23, 2018 (Oct 23)
· Rindge police: Teens behind vandalism spree that targeted town common, cruiser (Oct 23)
· Judge halts new voting requirements in NH ahead of midterms (Oct 22)
· Chesterfield man accused of shooting at two residents after argument on road (Oct 22)
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Banker weighs working with marijuana business (Oct 23)
· Police Log (Oct 23)
· Back at it: Jackpot prizes more mega than ever (Oct 22)
· Zuckerman seeks to maintain civility (Oct 22)
· Stop the roasting; get out the vote: Mocha Joe's to give roastery staff Election Day off (Oct 22)
· Vernon mulls appointments of town employees (Oct 22)
· Carman attorneys want to question 'Mistress Y' (Oct 22)
· PHOTOS: Donuts with a Deputy (Oct 22)
· Newly reopened White House Inn looking for a buyer (Oct 22)
· 'No more housing' chief urges planning board (Oct 22)
Springfield VT News
· Penny Sale $5,000 grand prize winner (Oct 23)
· Springfield Elks send six competitors to Vt. Elks State Soccer Shoot (Oct 23)
· David's House Annual Karaoke Contest (Oct 23)
· Springfield man reaches plea deal in statutory rape case (Oct 23)
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Oct 23)
· Springfield woman extradited to NH for the second time in a month (Oct 20)
· OLLI presents 'The Black Bear: Nature’s Voracious Omnivore' (Oct 19)
· Christine Hallquist to meet with voters in Chester (Oct 19)
· Fastest Kid in Town race hosts 81 competitors (Oct 19)
· This & That: Two wins and a loss in area football (Oct 19)
Chester Telegraph
· Act 171 & forest blocks: Derry hosts ANR with changes to town plans down the road (Oct 23)
· Derry man charged in theft from prayer house (Oct 22)
· Derry board OKs engineering study on Williams Dam (Oct 17)
· As Weston board wrestles with building upgrades, it votes down designated committee (Oct 17)
· Margaret Rowe, 77, was a constant learner (Oct 16)
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Protesting Lack of Contract (Oct 11)
· Arrest Announced in Claremont Shooting; Suspect Taken into Custody in Newport (Oct 4)
· Local Police, NHSP Investigate Connection between Claremont and Charlestown Cases (Oct 2)
· Tractor Trailer Accident in Grantham (Oct 2)
· Woman Wanted in Connection with Boat Landing Incident (Sep 24)
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
· Seven Days
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Skylar Ruth Chase is born (Oct 23)
· Elect a Principal of the Year (Oct 23)
· Pancreatic disease support (Oct 23)
· Pay attention daydreamers – the legal steps to take after you win Mega Millions (Oct 23)
· Weary migrants still far from reaching U.S. border (Oct 23)
· Bomb found at philanthropist George Soros’s suburban home (Oct 23)
· Cold case moves forward: Man faces indictment in 2005 fatal fire (Oct 23)
· Sandy Hook shooter’s writings ordered released to public (Oct 23)
· Fire causes morning traffic jam on I-93 in Bow; driver is okay (Oct 23)
· Finding Hope: Following up after a crisis can make all the difference (Oct 22)
· Faulty propane heater linked to warehouse fire ()
· Winooski convenience store hit by armed robber ()
· Waterbury man sentenced for arson ()
· Shelburne businesses targeted in burglaries ()
· ACLU to appeal body camera case to Supreme Court ()
· Vermont gets $1.2M to combat human trafficking ()
· UN would look into Saudi writer's death if asked ()
· US health chief says overdose deaths beginning to level off ()
· Waterford man died of multiple gunshot wounds ()
· Prosecution rests in deadly crash case ()
· Myers: Thirty Years Of Vermont Art (Oct 23)
· Campaign 2018: Republican H. Brooke Paige Zeroes In On Race For Vermont Sec. Of State (Oct 23)
· Montpelier Symposium To Explore The Changing Landscape Of Journalism (Oct 23)
· Sparring Candidates Duet In Music While They Duel For Votes (Oct 23)
· Schubart: The Latest EB-5 Dilemma (Oct 23)
· Low-Barrier Shelter In Burlington To Stay Open Into Warmer Months (Oct 22)
· October's VPR-Vermont PBS Poll: Where Voters Stand Just Weeks Before Election Day (Oct 22)
· Mnookin: Critical Masses (Oct 22)
· Turning Point Center's Director Says Viral Obituary About Addiction 'Will Save Many Lives' (Oct 22)
· Moats: Me Too (Oct 22)
· N.H. Police Chiefs Oppose Marijuana Legalization (Again) (Oct 22)
· Governor’s Diversity Council to Hold Listening Session in Keene Tuesday (Oct 22)
· N.H. Gets $1.85 Million Grant Aimed at Dental Health (Oct 22)
· AG: Wolfeboro Man Died of Multiple Gun Shot Wounds in Homicide Case (Oct 22)
· Mount Washington Valley Residents Invited to Imagine Housing Options for Open Land (Oct 22)
· First Fashion Show At Black New England Conference Explores Afrofuturism (Oct 22)
· ACLU Hosts Youth Forum on Race and Racism in New Hampshire (Oct 22)
· New Energy Efficiency Grant Available to Small N.H. Schools (Oct 22)
· 'It's Surreal' - At Laconia Middle School, Training for the Worst Case Scenario (Oct 22)
· Mega Millions $1M Ticket Sold in New Hampshire (Oct 21)
Vermont state government
· Important Deadline Nears for those Enrolled in Current Use Program (Oct 17)
· Health Department Announces New Safe Needle Disposal Resource Hub (Oct 17)
· Oct. 15 Deadline for Multiple Tax Types and Programs (Oct 12)
· Emerald Ash Borer Detected in Grand Isle County (Oct 12)
· Capital Equipment Assistance Program Funding Available (Oct 11)
· Second Annual Innovation Spaces Conference to Provide Expertise, Support for Vermont Entrepreneurs (Oct 11)
· Vermont Agency of Education Releases 2018 Smarter Balanced Assessment Results (Oct 10)
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