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Mid-River Bulletin Board
Public-powered events calendar & bulletin board
for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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Scrabble!
November 14, 2018, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Brooks Memorial Library; Brattleboro, VT
 
Just Our Voices Monthly Song Circle
November 14, 2018, Wednesday
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Unitarian Universalist Church (Springfield VT); Springfield, VT
 
Ron Patch: Treasures of the Walpole Heritage Museum
November 14, 2018, Wednesday
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Walpole Town Hall; Walpole, NH
 
Karaoke!
November 14, 2018, Wednesday
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
PK's Public House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Sam Creigh at Stage 33 Live
November 15, 2018, Thursday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Stage 33 Live; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movie
November 16, 2018, Friday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
WOOL Silent Auction
November 16, 2018, Friday
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
WOOL-FM; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Medium Lauren Rainbow
November 16, 2018, Friday
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Claremont Opera House; Claremont, NH
 
The Boy who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan
November 16, 2018, Friday
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Stone Church Arts; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Mistletoe Mart
November 17, 2018, Saturday
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
First Congregational Church (Walpole); Walpole, NH
 

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The Walpolean
· 1st Annual Fireman’s Ball – 11/17/18 (Nov 13)
 
· Double Your Donation (Nov 11)
 
· Select board Meeting Minutes – 11/1/18 (Nov 9)
 
· Mistletoe Mart – 11/17/18 (Nov 9)
 
· Historical Society Community Shopping Day – 11/7/18 (Nov 9)
 
Eagle Times
· Phillip Juanes (Nov 13)
 
· Christmas with cannabis (Nov 13)
 
· Steampunk Society (Nov 13)
 
· Volunteer of the Year (Nov 13)
 
· New HRCS staff (Nov 13)
 
· Lauren Rainbow (Nov 13)
 
· Joint meeting of Rotary Clubs (Nov 13)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· The 2018 Killington World Cup, Thanksgiving weekend (Nov 14)
 
· Greater Falls Connections’ Coalition meeting cannabis conversation (Nov 13)
 
· Chroma Technology celebrates expansion (Nov 13)
 
· Timothy R. Clouart, 1981-2018 (Nov 13)
 
· Dorothy Hogan, 1935-2018 (Nov 13)
 
· A note to the voters of Ludlow, Mount Holly, and Shrewsbury (Nov 13)
 
· Letter of gratitude from Chester-Andover Family Center (Nov 13)
 
· The 2019 Vermont Fish & Wildlife calendar is available (Nov 13)
 
· USPS celebrates Coolidge Holiday Open House with souvenir postmark (Nov 13)
 
· Walk, run, or trot in Edgar May Thanksgiving Day 5K (Nov 12)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Power Outages Snarl School Day (Nov 13)
 
· Federal Prosecutors Drop Investigation of Jane Sanders, Adviser to Bernie Sanders Says (Nov 13)
 
· Elementary Students Checked Out at Hospital Following Newbury Bus Crash (Nov 13)
 
· Local & Regional Briefs: Charlestown Driver Cited in Crash That Injured Weathersfield Man (Nov 13)
 
· Vt. Town May Close School to Avoid Forced Merger (Nov 13)
 
· Experts: Vt. Landlords Should Act on Pot (Nov 13)
 
· Anti-Addiction Drug Was Top  Vt. Prescription (Nov 13)
 
· White River Junction Woman Dies in Crash on Route 14 in Sharon (Nov 13)
 
· N.H. Lawmakers Put Focus on 2019 (Nov 13)
 
· ‘A Sense of Safety’: Fence Installed at Quechee Gorge (Nov 13)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Power Outages Snarl School Day (Nov 13)
 
· Federal Prosecutors Drop Investigation of Jane Sanders, Adviser to Bernie Sanders Says (Nov 13)
 
· Elementary Students Checked Out at Hospital Following Newbury Bus Crash (Nov 13)
 
· Local & Regional Briefs: Charlestown Driver Cited in Crash That Injured Weathersfield Man (Nov 13)
 
· Vt. Town May Close School to Avoid Forced Merger (Nov 13)
 
· Experts: Vt. Landlords Should Act on Pot (Nov 13)
 
· Anti-Addiction Drug Was Top  Vt. Prescription (Nov 13)
 
· White River Junction Woman Dies in Crash on Route 14 in Sharon (Nov 13)
 
· N.H. Lawmakers Put Focus on 2019 (Nov 13)
 
· ‘A Sense of Safety’: Fence Installed at Quechee Gorge (Nov 13)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Witty kitty obit raises $3,000 for humane society (Nov 14)
 
· Receiver outlines winter plan for Hermitage Club (Nov 14)
 
· Butcher shop comes to the block (Nov 14)
 
· Westminster Board votes to fight forced Act 46 merger (Nov 14)
 
· Mayotte's recovering from barn fire (Nov 14)
 
· Multiple crews respond to Windham house fire (Nov 14)
 
· Driver pleads not guilty in fatal June crash (Nov 13)
 
· Hung jury in child abuse case (Nov 13)
 
· Police Log (Nov 13)
 
· Bennington Shell sells $1.4M ticket (Nov 13)
 
Springfield VT News
· Vehicle accident in Weathersfield (Nov 13)
 
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Nov 13)
 
· This Christmas Farm in Springfield is an annual must-do (Nov 13)
 
· Edgar May to host Thanksgiving Day 5k fundraiser (Nov 13)
 
· Milkhouse Heaters perform for UU Coffeehouse (Nov 13)
 
· Be part of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas' interactive performance (Nov 12)
 
· Indoor farmers market events (Nov 12)
 
· Chamber of Commerce introduces new Local Loyalty Program (Nov 11)
 
· Help light a pole for the holidays (Nov 10)
 
· Apple Blossom Cotillion applications available now (Nov 10)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Chester DRB agenda for Nov. 26 (Nov 13)
 
· Electric service bid adds weeks to CAES opening (Nov 11)
 
· N.H. man charged with luring a child in Chester (Nov 9)
 
· Andover Select Board agenda for Nov. 12, 2018 (Nov 8)
 
· Misty Valley Books shut after staff apparently quits (Nov 7)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Suspect Arrested in Claremont Theft Investigation (Nov 13)
 
· Veteran’s Day Marked in Claremont (Nov 11)
 
· Mayoral Notes, By Charlene Lovett (Nov 10)
 
· Annual Reminder to Replace Batteries in Smoke, CO Detectors (Oct 26)
 
· Protesting Lack of Contract (Oct 11)
 
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
· Seven Days
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· State sued over treatment of mentally ill patients (Nov 13)
 
· Parts of northern New England hit with heavy, wet snow (Nov 13)
 
· Grace Corrigan, Christa McAuliffe’s mom, lived up to her name (Nov 13)
 
· Linda Bishop’s tragic story shown on Netflix (Nov 13)
 
· New Hampshire State Police join Toys for Tots campaign (Nov 13)
 
· Bingo night in Franklin (Nov 13)
 
· Amazon selects New York, D.C. suburb for headquarters (Nov 13)
 
· Vintage Views: A daring escape from the N.H. State Prison (Nov 13)
 
· Girl Scout Troop thankful for your support (Nov 13)
 
· Britain, EU reach draft agreement on Brexit (Nov 13)
 
WCAX
· Spokesman: No charges for Jane Sanders in Burlington College case ()
 
· Former prison seamstress sentenced to 1 year behind bars ()
 
· Does stabbing case point to gaps in Vt. youthful offender laws? ()
 
· UVM Medical Center issues confusing drill alert to staff ()
 
· Documents detail frightening shortages at Vt. senior care facilities ()
 
· 5 children sent to hospital after school bus crash ()
 
· Strategizing to keep Vermont students safe at school ()
 
· Amazon goes bicoastal: will open HQs in New York, DC suburb ()
 
· California fire victims come into focus as search ramps up ()
 
· Deadly crash in Sharon ()
 
VPR
· 'They Are Us,' Part 2: Home (Nov 13)
 
· Most Residential Electric Customers To See Drop In Energy Efficiency Charges (Nov 13)
 
· Krupp: Real Organic (Nov 13)
 
· Federal Investigation Into Jane O'Meara Sanders' Land Deal Reportedly Dropped (Nov 13)
 
· Cultivating Diversity On Vermont's College Campuses (Nov 13)
 
· Snow Arrives In Northern New England (Nov 13)
 
· 'They Are Us,' Part 1: Sarah (Nov 12)
 
· Lard, Tallow, Schmaltz: New Cookbook Makes The Case For Animal Fat (Nov 12)
 
· Lange: Deer Camp Visitor (Nov 12)
 
· Mysterious Suitcase Helps Connecticut Man Discover His Grandfather's WWII Service (Nov 12)
 
NHPR
· AG Identifies Manchester Shooting Victim (Nov 13)
 
· Southern New Hampshire University Partners with Walgreens on Veterans' Education (Nov 13)
 
· N.H. Forester Says Manchester Airport Has The Wrong State Tree (Nov 13)
 
· Snow Falling in Northern N.H., Rain in Forecast for South (Nov 13)
 
· Debit Cards to Replace Paper Vouchers for Moms Using WIC (Nov 12)
 
· Neighbor Rallies Veterans' Network to Assist Weare Army Vet (Nov 12)
 
· The Bookshelf: Essayist Kirsti Sandy on Work, Finding Ones Place (Nov 12)
 
· UNH Researchers to Embark on 'Self-Driving Office' Study (Nov 12)
 
· Forest Service Honor Guard Adds Another N.H. Member (Nov 12)
 
· Judge Orders Amazon Echo to Give Recordings in Stabbing Case in N.H. (Nov 10)
 
Vermont state government
· You Can't See It or Smell It. Know How to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning (Nov 13)
 
· Chroma Technology Celebrates Expansion (Nov 9)
 
· Vermont to Reimburse Dairy Farmers for Milk Margin Protection Premium (Nov 6)
 
· Canadian Firm iSun Energy Expands Operations to Vermont (Nov 5)
 
· Commonwealth Dairy Receives Workforce Development Grants From Vermont Department Of Economic Development (Nov 1)
 
· Vermont Launches New Innovation Grant Program (Oct 26)
 
· Plan Comparison Tool Helps Vermonters Compare 2019 Health Plans and Save Money (Oct 26)
 
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