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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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Grand Opening of the Bellows Falls Fish Ladder Visitor Center
June 23, 2018, Saturday
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Bellows Falls Fish Ladder Visitor Center; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Colonial Theatre 2018-2019 Season
June 25, 2018, Monday
Announcement
The Colonial Theatre; Keene, NH
 
Puppet Camp
June 25, 2018, Monday
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Main Street Arts; Saxtons River, VT
 
Rockingham Meeting House
June 25, 2018, Monday
Open daily through October 8
Rockingham Meeting House; Rockingham, VT
 
Walpole Youth Auditions (6/7/8 grade) for “Happily Never After”
June 26, 2018, Tuesday
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Walpole Common; Walpole, NH
 
Technology One-on-One at the Putney Library
June 26, 2018, Tuesday
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Putney Library; Putney, VT
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
June 26, 2018, Tuesday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Brattleboro Downtown Weekday Farmers' Market
June 26, 2018, Tuesday
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
New England Youth Theatre; Brattleboro, VT
 
Trans Book Group
June 27, 2018, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Root Social Justice Center; Brattleboro, VT
 
Weekly Alternatives to Suicide Mutual Support Group
June 27, 2018, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
The Hive Space (Brattleboro); Brattleboro, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· Select board Meeting Minutes – 6/14/18 (Jun 22)
 
· Hooper Trustees Meeting Minutes – 6/14/1i (Jun 22)
 
· Select Board Meeting Minutes – 6/7/18 (Jun 15)
 
· Hooper Trustees Meeting – 6/7/18 (Jun 15)
 
· Zoning Board Agenda – 6/20/18 (Jun 15)
 
Eagle Times
· Melanie Hoffmann to join Vermont Academy as assistant head of school (Jun 23)
 
· Claremont Police Department log for June 13-19 (Jun 23)
 
· Power of Produce Clubs feature local food fun for children (Jun 23)
 
· Residents urged to conserve water as outlook predicts drought (Jun 23)
 
· Academic briefs (Jun 23)
 
· Sunapee launches 250th anniversary with Taste of Sunapee (Jun 23)
 
· The return of the raven (Jun 23)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Electric fencing offers protection against chicken predation (Jun 23)
 
· Okemo Valley Golf Club Men’s League results, June 19 (Jun 23)
 
· Join us for first Black River BioBlitz (Jun 23)
 
· The 13th annual Tour de Grace bicycle rally (Jun 22)
 
· Lila M. Mansur, 1933 – 2018 (Jun 22)
 
· Fireworks to headline Coolidge celebration (Jun 22)
 
· Wardsboro Fourth of July parade and street fair (Jun 22)
 
· Celebrating the Arts, Saxtons River Fourth of July (Jun 22)
 
· BF Terriers track and field are state champions (Jun 22)
 
· “Sixty Years of Answering the Call,” Brownsville Independence Day (Jun 22)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Royalton Library Mulls Renovation Cost (Jun 23)
 
· Hartford Debates Road Closing (Jun 23)
 
· Randolph Eyes Deal With Sheriff (Jun 23)
 
· Charette Planned on White River’s Future (Jun 23)
 
· Candidates Jockey in Sullivan Races (Jun 23)
 
· Sanders’ Earnings Top $1 Million (Jun 23)
 
· Vt. House Scrambles on Budget Deal (Jun 23)
 
· Study: Opioid Use High in Red Areas (Jun 23)
 
· Mueller Signals Outside Prosecutors Eventually May Take Over Russia Case (Jun 23)
 
· Girl in ‘Time’ Not Separated from Mom (Jun 23)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Pair of state officials among participants in next Regional Issues Series event (Jun 23)
 
· Taqueria opens in downtown Brattleboro (Jun 23)
 
· Rindge ice cream truck plans expanision (Jun 23)
 
· Monadnock Profile: Dr. James D. Potter. Soon-to-retire family doctor grateful he found his niche (Jun 23)
 
· For three area towns, economic development is a team sport (Jun 23)
 
· At a Glance: Dr. James D. Potter (Jun 23)
 
· New restaurant now open in Walpole (Jun 23)
 
· Kelly visits local hydropower facility as part of energy tour (Jun 23)
 
· From the files, June 23, 2018 (Jun 23)
 
· Liberty Utilities makes case for 'second crossing' of gas line beneath river in the city (Jun 23)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· 'A proud and exciting day' for The Gathering Place (Jun 23)
 
· Company returns for skatepark design (Jun 23)
 
· Grieving father laments son's addiction (Jun 23)
 
· Police Log (Jun 23)
 
· Boards find no merit in Stearns' complaints (Jun 23)
 
· Cannabis, music festival forges ahead (Jun 22)
 
· Expect delays during bridge inspections (Jun 22)
 
· Broken-down organs overwhelm Estey Museum (Jun 21)
 
· Town considers marijuana ordinance (Jun 21)
 
· Main Street business says goodbye (Jun 21)
 
Springfield VT News
· Rainbow vegan potluck (Jun 23)
 
· Wellwood Orchards Strawberry Festival (Jun 22)
 
· Video: Naked dude seen on Main Street today (Jun 22)
 
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Jun 22)
 
· Love. Laugh. Hope. Dream. Peace. (Jun 22)
 
· A freed slave's journey from South Carolina to Vermont (Jun 22)
 
· First public forum on Act 250 planned for Springfield (Jun 21)
 
· First ever Black River BioBlitz (Jun 21)
 
· Community raises over $1,500 in less than 24 hours (Jun 21)
 
· Springfield police nab alleged fugitive from NH (Jun 21)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Newfane school goes into lockdown (Jun 21)
 
· Summer road work to begin in Londonderry (Jun 21)
 
· I-91 rolling roadblocks continue into weekends (Jun 21)
 
· Chester DRB agenda for June 25, 2018 (Jun 19)
 
· Fuel truck hits guardrail to avoid oversize load (Jun 19)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Lebanon Police Seek Public Assistance in Locating Missing Man (Jun 19)
 
· Bike Maintenance Program (Jun 14)
 
· President Appointed for River Valley Community College (Jun 7)
 
· Two Charlestown Women Charged with Heroin Possession (Jun 7)
 
· Memorial Day in Claremont (May 29)
 
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
· Seven Days
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Police search for Berlin man accused of killing wife (Jun 23)
 
· Making a splash: Frankin whitewater rafting park hosts three-day festival (Jun 23)
 
· ABC orders spin-off of ‘Roseanne’ without Roseanne Barr (Jun 23)
 
· Police: Backup driver in fatal Uber crash was distracted (Jun 23)
 
· Nearly three dozen children fell ill at a Florida summer camp, and no one knows why (Jun 23)
 
· St. Paul’s School says it will pay for therapy for abused alumni (Jun 22)
 
· Mr. & Mrs. Lewellen celebrate 75 years (Jun 22)
 
· Granite State Stories: William Whipple signs his name (Jun 22)
 
· Lakes Region Chamber hosts Red, White and Blue Scramble (Jun 22)
 
· Memorial Day flag placement appreciated (Jun 22)
 
WCAX
· Manhunt underway after woman found murdered in NH home ()
 
· NH man charged with fatal stabbing of mother ()
 
· Sewer smell forces evacuation at St. Albans bank ()
 
· Vermont budget vote delayed for last-minute changes ()
 
· Vermont candidate sorry for controversial abortion posts ()
 
· High School students come to VT to prepare for international competition ()
 
· New US citizens celebrate with an eye on the nation's southern border ()
 
· IMMIGRATION LEGISLATION: Audio of sobbing children plays on House floor ()
 
· Immigrants await word on when they will be reunited with children ()
 
· US officials say girl on Time cover isn't separated from mom ()
 
VPR
· After Marathon Session, Vt. House Passes New Budget — But Outlook Remains Uncertain (Jun 23)
 
· Beware The Poison Parsnip: Health Officials Warn Of Common Roadside Plant (Jun 22)
 
· Vermont House Urges DHS To Reunite 1,800 Separated Kids With Their Families (Jun 22)
 
· Vermont Welcomes 15 New Citizens At Burlington Naturalization Ceremony (Jun 22)
 
· Moats: Divergent Views Of Immigration (Jun 22)
 
· Vermonters Can Start Pot Plants July 1. Are You Ready? (Jun 22)
 
· Lenny Burke, Whose Experience Revolutionized Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment, Dies At 56 (Jun 22)
 
· Health Experts Say 'Gaming Disorder' Is Real. What It Means For You And Your Kids (Jun 22)
 
· State Agencies Team Up To Promote Legal Protections For Pregnant Workers (Jun 22)
 
· Science of Family Separation and Trauma Suggests Long-Term Damage (Jun 22)
 
NHPR
· The Bookshelf: Daniel Palmer Finds Suspense In The White House With 'The First Family' (Jun 22)
 
· Who Got Paid To Push Marsy's Law In New Hampshire? (Jun 22)
 
· St. Paul’s School Settles With Sex Abuse Survivor (Jun 22)
 
· N.H. Firsts: The Magical World Of Richard Potter (Jun 22)
 
· Shortage of Houses Behind Surge In N.H. Real Estate Market (Jun 22)
 
· Outside/In: Mysteries in the Woods (Jun 22)
 
· Shaheen Says Kirstjen Nielsen Should Resign as Homeland Security Secretary (Jun 22)
 
· UNH Seeks $10M in N.H. State Funding for Research Labs (Jun 22)
 
· Former Gov. John Lynch Portrait to be Unveiled (Jun 22)
 
· N.H. Will Soon Have Millions More to Fight the Opioid Crisis. But Where Will it Go? (Jun 21)
 
Vermont state government
· Vermont Requests Federal Disaster Declaration (Jun 22)
 
· Multi-State Effort to Speed the Nation's Transition to Zero Emission Cars Gains Traction with New Action Plan (Jun 22)
 
· Vermont State Parks Announces First Time Happy Campers Program: Try Out Camping for Free, Gear Included (Jun 21)
 
· Agency of Natural Resources Secretary to Hold Community Forum on the Health of Vermont's Moose Herd and Other Environmental Topics on June 26 (Jun 20)
 
· New Videos Explain Vermont Law Protecting Pregnant Workers (Jun 19)
 
· VAAFM Announces Issuance of Revised Medium Farm Operation General Permit (Jun 12)
 
· New Energy Efficiency Programs Will Reduce Cost of Doing Business in Vermont (Jun 8)
 
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