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  • January 24, Next Stage, Putney, VT <br /> Re-learning the Land: A Story of Red Crow College as part of its [FRAMED] film series

    Next Stage Arts Project will present the original film Re-learning the Land: A Story of Red Crow College as part of its [FRAMED] film series at Next Stage on Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 7:00 pm.

    Tickets are $12.00, available online at or at the door. Filmgoers receive a 20% discount on entrees at The Gleanery, with reservation at 802-387-3052.

    RE-LEARNING THE LAND is a story of the Blackfoot First Nations community in southern Alberta, Canada, and how they were retaking control of their education system within Red Crow Community College. The film traces the decolonization of their learning and the development of an innovative program, Kainai Studies, within Red Crow College, the same site as a former Residential School. The Kainai Studies program was reclaiming and teaching to a new generation the Blackfoot knowledge system that sustained their community on their land for thousands of years.

    The film, made by directors Udi Mandel and Kelly Teamey in collaboration with members from the Blackfoot community, raises a host of important questions related to the purpose of education and what it takes to create a deep ecological consciousness and connection with our local environment. By witnessing how students and faculty within Red Crow College are re-building relationships with the land around them, we see a greater sense of purpose, confidence and identity from amongst those participating and learning within the Kainai Studies program.   The screening will be followed by a conversation with the filmmakers and with Rich Holschuh from the Vermont Commission for Native American Affairs. About the directors: Udi Mandel Butler and Kelly Teamey are co-founders of the Enlivened Learning Project  and theEcoversities Alliance. They are also current Faculty in Sustainable Development at the SIT Graduate Institute, developing a new MA program in Sustainable Development (and Regenerative Practices). Their work has included an examination and critique of traditional sustainable development and current higher education systems and a collaboration with alternatives (of higher education) that are emerging from social and ecological movements and indigenous communities across the world. For anintroduction to the Enlivened Learning project see:

    About Rich Holschuh

    Rich Holschuh is a resident of Wantastegok (Brattleboro, VT) with Mi’kmaq, Wendat, and European heritage, and a strong interest in researching indigenous culture, especially in our local region of what is now southern Vermont. He serves on the Vermont Commission for Native American Affairs and as a public liaison for the Elnu Abenaki Tribe, representing with governmental agencies of oversight. He works with the contemporary Abenaki community, partnering with a wide variety of other groups to provide outreach and build connections.


     [FRAMED] is a presentation by Next Stage Arts Project. Conceived in collaboration with former Tribeca Film Festival director Nancy Schafer, the series features feature length documentary films, each presented by the filmmaker or star in an intimate setting at Next Stage, 15 Kimball Hill, in Putney, Vermont.

    Next Stage Arts Project
    15 Kimball Hill – PO Box 251
    Putney, VT 05346

  • February 1, The Nature Museum, Grafton, VT <br /> Preschool Nature Program: The Hows and Whys of Winter
      Preschool Nature Program: Wonderful Winter – The Hows and Whys of the Season 10 AM – 11:30 AM Friday, February 1st The Nature Museum, 186 Townshend Rd, Grafton, VT Why does winter happen? Why are snowflakes sometimes big and other times small? How do snowshoes make it easier to walk through the snow? Find out the answers to some of these questions and learn more about the hows and whys of winter. Make a snowflake craft, try out a pair of snowshoes, bring a sled to slide down the hill, make a snowman. Ages 3 to 6 years old. Cost: $5 per child if registered in advance at; drop-in cost is $8 per child. Caregivers free. For more information, visit or call 802-843-2111.
  • February 2, Whiting Library, Chester, VT <br /> Family Nature Program: Finding Clues of Animals in Winter Through Tracking
      Family Nature Program: Finding Clues of Animals in Winter Through Tracking 10 AM – 11:30 AM Saturday, February 2 The Whiting Library, 117 Main St., Chester, VT In the winter landscape in northern New England, it’s often hard to believe that there’s much of anything happening in the forests and fields. But life continues almost secretly. Discover a winter world and the sneaky, smart animals who thrive during this season. Feel animal pelts, learn the basics of animal tracking, and then caravan to nearby Chester Pinnacle to head out on snowshoes to test out winter animal detective skills. All ages welcome. Admission is by donation, RSVP is appreciated but drop-ins are welcome. Show shoes available to borrow if needed by advance notice. For more information, visit or call 802-843-2111.
  • February 9, Next Stage, Putney, VT <br /> THE MILES BAND at NEXT STAGE
      THE MILES BAND at NEXT STAGE PUTNEY –  Next Stage Arts Project and Twilight Music present a dance party/concert featuring The MILES Band at Next Stage on Saturday, February 9 at 7:30 pm.  PUTNEY –  Next Stage Arts Project and Twilight Music present a dance party/concert featuring The MILES Band performing funk, soul, rock & roll, folk/rock and reggae classics and contemporary hits on Saturday, February 9 at 7:30 pm at Next Stage at 15 Kimball Hill in downtown Putney, VT.  Tickets are $15.  For information, call 802-387-0102.   Advance tickets are available at, Turn It Up in Brattleboro and Putney Food Co-op in Putney. Next Stage rolls back its portable front row risers to double as a dance hall and concert venue, with a spacious dance floor between the stage and raked theater seating, for this special evening of funk, soul, rock & roll, folk/rock and reggae classics and contemporary hits.   Based in southern Vermont, The MILES Band features New England music scene veterans Peter Miles (guitar), Sean McLoughlin (drums), Tim Thrasher (bass), Steve Sontag (trumpet, flugelhorn, percussion), Jon Weeks (tenor sax) and Zack Cross (keyboards), with Miles, Sean and Tim sharing the lead and harmony vocals, and Steve adding additional backing vocals.   The band‘s lively, bold and soulful sound inspires audiences of all ages and musical tastes.
    Next Stage Arts Project
    15 Kimball Hill – PO Box 251
    Putney, VT 05346

  • February 10, Next Stage, Putney, VT <br /> Dateline Saigon

    PUTNEY, VT –  Next Stage Arts Project will present the original film DATELINE SAIGON, part of the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival Vermont Tour, as part of its [FRAMED] film series at Next Stage on Sunday, February 10, 2019 at 7:00 pm.  Tickets are $12, on sale in advance at and at the door.

    Award-winning DATELINE SAIGON tells the story of five young journalists whose courageous reporting during the early years of the Vietnam War in the face of fierce opposition — and worse — from our government is uncannily relevant to challenges journalists face today.  Dateline-Saigon profiles five Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists — The New York Times’s David Halberstam; The Associated Press’s Malcolm Browne, Peter Arnett, and the legendary photojournalist Horst Faas; and United Press International’s Neil Sheehan.

    Narrated by Sam Waterston, Dateline-Saigon has all the drama and high stakes of All the President’s Men and the tragedy and romance of The Quiet American.  

    Dateline Saigon is written and directed by Thomas Herman, produced by Good Neighbor Productions in association with Northern Light Productions.

    “The best film about journalism in Vietnam I’ve ever seen.”

    -Bob Schieffer, former anchor of CBS Evening News and moderator of Face the Nation

    There will be a hosted post screening discussion.

      The Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival ( is a juried competition dedicated to the work of first and second time filmmakers. Jay Craven is the Artistic Director. In addition to its annual summer Festival, MNFF has also created the MNFF Vermont Tour that takes some of its best feature films from the August event to six geographically diverse venues around the state the following February. This highly popular initiative allows the Festival to raise awareness for the filmmakers involved and for MNFF itself.


    [FRAMED] is a presentation by Next Stage Arts Project. Conceived in collaboration with former Tribeca Film Festival director Nancy Schafer, the series features feature length documentary films, each presented by the filmmaker or star in an intimate setting at Next Stage, 15 Kimball Hill, in Putney, Vermont.

    Next Stage is located at 15 Kimball Hill in downtown Putney, VT.  Tickets are $12 available online at and at the door.  For information, call 802-387-0102. Next Stage has a beer and wine cash bar.

    Those attending the film can get a 20% discount on their entrée at The Gleanery, with a reservation at 387-3052.

    For more information, visit

    Winner of grants including from the National Endowment for the Arts Grant and ArtPlace America, Next Stage Arts Project has gained national recognition as a non-profit organization dedicated to revitalizing Putney’s cultural and economic village center through the programming, development and operation of Next Stage.

    For more information: or

    Next Stage Arts Project
    15 Kimball Hill – PO Box 251
    Putney, VT 05346

The Walpolean

  • It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Winter 😊

    No need to look here for information. Peek outside you window! – Lil

  • Soon-to-be Vacancy on the Planning Board
      Thank you to Robert Miller for his years of service and thank you in advance for those willing to seek the position. – Lil After 24 years and 8 terms with the Walpole Planning Board, Vice-Chair Robert Miller will not seek re-election. Mr. Miller said it had been a pleasure and honor to serve. Anyone …
  • Zoning Board Meeting Minutes – 1/16/19
      Present: Board Members: Chair Myra Mansouri, Vice-chair Jan Galloway Leclerc, Judy Trow, Tom Murray, Pauline Barnes. Alternate: Don Sellarole. Absent: Bob Anderson.    Recording: Marilou Blaine. These minutes are unapproved and will be reviewed at the regular February 2019 meeting for corrections, a …
  • Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 1/10/19
      Selectboard Present:  Peggy Pschirrer (Chair); Steven Dalessio; Cheryl Mayberry.   CALL TO ORDER:  Mrs. Pschirrer called this Selectboard meeting to order at 6:30 PM in the Walpole Town Hall. Mr. Ernie Vose was present.   ACCOUNTS PAYABLE: Mr. Dalessio moved to accept the Accounts Payable check regi …
  • Hooper Trustees Meeting Minutes – 1/10/19
      So sad to hear that Eloise Clark is retiring but s long and healthy retirement is certainly her due! – Lil   Hooper Trustees Present:  Peggy Pschirrer (Chair); Steven Dalessio; Cheryl Mayberry   CALL TO ORDER:  Mrs. Pschirrer called this Hooper Trustees meeting to order at 7:52 PM.   HOOPER TRUSTEES …

Eagle Times (Five-article monthly paywall)

Vermont Journal / Shopper

  • Wendell D. Switzer, 1943-2018
      BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – Wendell D. Switzer, 75, passed away unexpectedly Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018 in Dothan, Ala. He is survived by his wife Ellen M. Switzer of Slocumb, Ala.; daughters Stacy H. Switzer of Brattleboro, Vt., Danielle C. Switzer of Silver Spring, Md., and Latonia Sansom of Slocumb, Ala.; …
  • Robert Lober, 1950-2019
      Robert Lober, 1950-2019. Photo provided. WESTMINSTER, Vt. – Robert “Bob” Lober, 68, of Kurn Hattin Road, died Monday, Jan. 14, 2019. Bob was born in Bellows Falls, Vt. Nov. 6, 1950, the son of Allen and Alice (Rousell) Lober. He was a 1969 graduate of Bellows Falls High School and worked for Fire Mu …
  • Robert J. Murray, 1936-2019
      Robert J. Murray, 1936-2019. Photo provided. PERKINSVILLE, Vt. – Robert J. Murray, 82, passed away Saturday evening, Jan. 12, 2019 at the Gill Odd Fellows Home in Ludlow, Vt. He was born April 14, 1936 in Springfield, Vt., the son of Walter and Julia (Bryant) Murray. He attended Springfield schools, …
  • Harriett H. Hazen, 1936-2019
      Harriett H. Hazen, 1936-2019. Photo provided. ANDOVER, Vt. – Harriett H. Hazen of Naples, Fla. and Andover, Vt., wife of W. Richard Hazen, passed away Friday, Jan. 11, 2019 at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. after a short illness. Harriett was born March 15, 1936 in York, Pa. to …
  • Harold W. Barrows Jr., 1936-2019
      Harold W. Barrows Jr., 1936-2019. Photo provided. PERKINSVILLE, Vt. – Harold Warren Barrows Jr.,82, “Jr. Papa.” On Jan. 14, 2019, the world stood still as another strong soul was brought to peace. After a courageous battle with cancer, Harold, better known as Jr. now lays to rest. The youngest and l …

Valley News (Five-article monthly paywall)

  • Jim Kenyon: Andy Harvard Gone Too Soon
      When I saw Andy Harvard for the last time in late September, he was moving a bit more slowly and appeared less steady on his feet. Still, if I weren’t familiar with his story, I wouldn’t have known.That’s the way it can be with Alzheimer’s disease. Particularly when it strikes early.Harvard, 69, die …
  • Family Displaced in Quechee House Fire
      Quechee — A family of three has been displaced today following a house fire in Quechee.The fire is believed to have started in the chimney of the Underhill Lane home. Nobody was injured, and firefighters have the blaze under control, but damage from the fire means the family will have to find other. …
  • Hartford Police Investigating Armed Robbery at Hotel
      White River Junction — Police in Hartford are searching for a gunman who robbed the Holiday Inn Express early this morning.Authorities say a white male wearing a dark-colored hoodie and black bandana covering his face had a handgun and demanded money from the desk clerk at the hotel just after 3 a.m …
  • Shutdown Takes Toll On Shelters For Women
      Martinsburg, W.Va. — Weeks after fleeing an abusive relationship, a 49-year-old woman was ready to move out of a shelter and into a trailer with a security deposit provided by a nonprofit organization that relies on federal funding. But the government shutdown scuttled her plans to start a new life. …
  • Logjam Remains Over Border Wall
      Washington — Thirty days into the partial government shutdown, Democrats and Republicans appeared no closer to ending the impasse Sunday than when it began, with President Donald Trump lashing out at his opponents after they dismissed a plan he’d billed as a compromise.Trump had offered the previous …

Keene Sentinel Source (Five-article monthly paywall)

Brattleboro Reformer (Five-article monthly paywall)

  • PHOTOS: Shoveling, sledding, skiing: It's snow fun!
      For more on the storm, click here: 
  • Developer still eyes gravel pit for solar
      BELLOWS FALLS — The Rockingham Select Board likes solar power, but it also likes its gravel pit.The board Tuesday night put off meeting with solar developer Green Lantern of Waterbury until the
  • 4-year-old dies from injuries
      JAMAICA — Police said a four-year-old boy died due to injuries from a car crash last month. On Sunday at about 1:15 p.m., the Vermont State Police learned from the Office of the Chief Medical
  • Storm delivered on promise
      WINDHAM COUNTY — Vermonters and those who love Vermont were warned ahead of time about the winter storm that hit this holiday weekend. “It seems like people planned ahead,” Jamie Storrs, …
  • Dot's of Dover destroyed in fire
      WEST DOVER — Betsey’s Dot’s of Dover was destroyed in a fire early Sunday morning during the biggest storm of this winter. “We have no idea on the cause,” West Dover Assistant Fire Chief Mike …

Springfield VT News

  • Local news journalism legend Barney Crosier passes at age 96
      He started working for the Rutland Herald as a news reporter for the Springfield area in 1957. Then became Windsor County Bureau Chief and stayed in that position until his retirement in 1987. After retirement he continued his affiliation with the Rutland Herald, doing free-lance writing as a column …
  • The tradition continues: the 63rd Apple Blossom Cotillion is underway!
      The 63rd Apple Blossom Cotillion is almost four months away, but the hard work for its participants began on Sunday, Jan. 6, at Riverside Gymnasium in Springfield and will continue every Sunday until the big night on May 4.
  • Springfield Holiday Local Loyalty program a success
      Rebecca Durant receives a prize from staff at The Springfield Food Co-Op, one of many businesses that participated in a new shop-in-Springfield incentive program organized for the holiday shopping season. The Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the 33 businesses that partici …
  • Springfield Medical Care Systems announces interim leadership team
      Michael Halstead Joshua Dufresne Wayne Sholz Springfield Medical Care Systems’ Board of Directors has appointed three interim leaders as the system attempts to find its way out of a difficult financial position. Michael J. Halstead, MBA, has been appointed interim chief executive officer for Springf …
  • HCRS names two new members to board of directors
      Health Care and Rehabilitation Services (HCRS), southeastern Vermont’s community mental-health agency, announced Wednesday that it has elected Michelle Bos-Lun and Stephen Greene to its board of directors. Both new members bring a wealth of knowledge of mental health and substance abuse services to …

Chester Telegraph

  • As storm closes in, towns urge caution
      Emergency management officials around the area are warning everyone that this weekend winter storm, which will start Saturday evening, could deliver 1 to 2 feet of snow, and bitter weather of as low as 20 below. This will be an especially difficult weekend since it’s also the national holiday  in ho …
  • Bernard Crosier, 96, retired journalist, self-proclaimed ‘history nut’
      Bernard H. Crosier 96, died on Friday Jan. 4, 2019 at the Springfield Health & Rehabilitation Center in Springfield, Vt. He was born on Nov. 25, 1922 in Wilmington, Vt., the son of Alonzo and Lila (Upton) Crosier, the fourth of their eight children. He graduated from Wilmington High School in 1941 a …
  • Derry continues to mull future of Williams Dam
      Kevin Beattie brought up the future of the Williams Dam. All photos by Bruce Frauman. By Bruce Frauman ©2019 Telegraph Publishing LLC The future of the Williams Dam in Londonderry continues to be a topic of concern for town residents and officials. At the Jan. 7 Select Board meeting, Emergency Manag …
  • Ryan Stocker arraigned on two new charges
      By Shawn Cunningham ©2019 Telegraph Publishing LLC WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Authorities have added two new felony charges and a fourth victim to the cases against Ryan Stocker of Chester. Stocker, 20, was arrested on Thursday and arraigned this afternoon in Windsor County Superior Court Criminal Divisio …
  • Chester Water & Sewer Commissioners & Special Select Board meetings for Jan. 16
      Chester Water & Sewer Commissioners will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 16 at Town Hall, 556 Elm St. Following that meeting, the Chester Select Board will hold a special meeting. Below are the agendas. Chester Water & Sewer Commissioners agenda 1. Citizen Comments 2. Approve Water & Sewer Budg …

E-Ticker News of Claremont

  • Traffic Detour Announced
      CLAREMONT, NH – Residents should anticipate traffic detours at the intersection of Main and Union Streets beginning this afternoon, January 18, 2019.  Traffic will be detoured up Union to Sullivan Street.  All traffic entering Main Street through Opera House Square will be able to proceed down Main …
  • CSBCC Programming Cancelled for Sunday

    CLAREMONT, NH–Due to the Winter Weather Advisory and predicted snowfall the Claremont Savings Bank Community Center will be will be closed on Sunday, January 20th.  All CSBCC sponsored programs and events will be cancelled for that day.

  • Details of Newport Fire Released
      NEWPORT, NH–At 8:46 p.m., Sunday, the Newport Police Department Emergency Communications Center received a 911 call reporting heavy smoke and confirmed fire emitting from 146 Laurel Street.    Newport Fire/EMS and Police Departments were dispatched to the scene with the first units reporting that th …
  • Newport Police Chief Releases Statement Regarding Child’s Death
      NEWPORT, NH—Newport Police Chief James Burroughs reported that the Newport Police Department Emergency Communications Center received a 911 call at 7:10 a.m. this morning, Jan. 14, advising that a 2-year-old girl had been found unresponsive outside of 10 Maple Street. Newport Emergency services resp …
  • Wright Leaving VRH
      Peter Wright CLAREMONT, NH – Peter Wright, President and Chief Executive Officer of Valley Regional Hospital (VRH), has announced his resignation, effective March 8, 2019. Wright will become the President of Rumford and Bridgton hospitals, part of Central Maine Healthcare based in Lewiston, ME. “The …

Rutland Herald (Ten-article monthly paywall)

Seven Days

  • Organic Farming Advocate Enid Wonnacott Dies at 57
      Enid Wonnacott, longtime executive director of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont and a deeply committed advocate for organic farming and the agricultural community at large, died Saturday morning at her home in Huntington surrounded by family and close friends. Wonnacott, who was …
  • Vermont Says Federal Workers Could Receive Aid for Food, Heat
      Some federal employees affected by the partial government shutdown may qualify for assistance from aid programs in Vermont, state Department for Children and Families officials decided this week. Sean Brown, deputy commissioner of DCF, said a federal employee inquired about benefits earlier in the w …
  • Knodell Will Run for Burlington City Council as an Independent
      Jane Knodell is in the race. The longtime incumbent Burlington city councilor announced Friday that she will seek another term on the council, this time as an independent. Her decision comes after she lost the Progressive nomination for the Central District seat to Perri Freeman, a 27-year-old commu …
  • Chocolate Vulvas Support Planned Parenthood
      “It’s a Vulvalution!” announced Jaquelyn Fernandez Rieke, founder of Nutty Steph’s, a chocolatier in Middlesex. She was talking about Nutty Steph’s  effort to raise $100,000 for Planned Parenthood of Northern New England through the sale of chocolate vulvas. For every $5 chocolate vulva Nutty Steph …
  • Walters: Vermont Ethics Panel Seeks More Authority
      The Vermont State Ethics Commission, which has just entered its second year of existence, is seeking a broader mandate and more resources, as well as a change in the law inspired by its highest-profile action of 2018. Commission chair Madeline Motta and executive director Larry Novins presented the …

Concord Monitor (Five-article monthly paywall)

  • Dartmouth is thinking small – very small – when it comes to computing
      These days, computers are old news.If they want to be interesting, you need to think smaller – much smaller.As in subatomic, quantum-level small.“There are fundamentally different principles that quantum mechanics brings. There are types of quantum correlations that exist but have no classical physi …
  • Raising a stink: Lawmaker proposes pick up or pay policy for animal waste
      A state representative who frequently hikes around the state says there’s something he wants to see less of on New Hampshire trails: Horse poop.“It blends in with leaves, pine needles on the ground. More than once I’ve stepped in it,” said state Rep. Mike Harrington, a Republican from Strafford. “It …
  • Frigid air, high winds sweep across Northeast; 6 dead
      Falling temperatures replaced the weekend’s falling snow Monday as bitter cold and gusty winds swept across the eastern United States.The National Weather Service had forecast that temperatures would be more than 20 degrees below normal across the Northeast, with wind gusts up to 30 mph and wind chi …
  • China seems to confirm scientist’s gene-edited babies claim
      Chinese authorities appear to have confirmed a scientist’s unpublished claim that he helped make the world’s first gene-edited babies and that a second pregnancy is underway, and say he could face consequences for his work.China’s official Xinhua News Agency said Monday that investigators in Guangdo …
  • ISIS targets U.S. convoy in northeastern Syria
      An Islamic State suicide bomber targeted a joint convoy of U.S. and allied Kurdish forces in northern Syria on Monday, marking the second attack against U.S. troops in less than a week and further highlighting the dangers surrounding U.S. plans to withdraw forces after a declaration that the extremi …



  • Remembering Enid Wonnacott, Organic Farming Leader In Vermont
      Enid Wonnacott, a leader of the organic farming movement in Vermont, has died. She was 58. Wonnacott died on Saturday , according to the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT). Wonnacott led that organization for 30 years, and it grew significantly under her leadership.
  • Snow, Salt and Plows: How Vermont Towns Tackle Winter Weather
      Live call-in discussion: Parts of Vermont saw as much as 18 inches of snow over the weekend. Big snow storms like this can pose a challenge for cities and towns with already strained budgets. We’re talking about how municipalities work to keep roads safe and clear while facing challenges like high s …
  • Morrisville School Project Highlights Local Figures
      What makes a community sustainable? High school students in Morrisville are trying to answer that question, through interviews and art that explore the stories of local residents.
  • Republican Congresswoman Warns GOP Leaders Of Gender 'Crisis'
      New York Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik is deeply worried about her party. “We are facing a crisis level of Republican women in Congress,” Stefanik said on Thursday, noting that there are only 13 Republican women in the U.S. House, down from 23 last session. Stefanik stepped down as House Republican …
  • NEK Grid Constrained By Too Much Renewable Energy
      The push for renewable energy has been strong in Vermont. So strong that the grid in northeast Vermont sometimes gets so overloaded that renewable energy projects are ordered offline.


Vermont state government

  • Agency to Award Specialty Crop Block Grant Program Funds
      The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets (VAAFM) welcomes applications for the 2019 Vermont Specialty Crop Block Grant Program. This funding opportunity will provide awards for projects that strengthen Vermont specialty crop industries. Awarded projects will enhance the competitiveness of …
  • Vermont Fish & Wildlife Grants Available to Improve Shooting Ranges
      Vermont Fish & Wildlife is offering shooting range improvement grants to encourage upgrades of shooting ranges for enhanced safety and operation.
  • Vermont Businesses Invited to Apply to Vend at "The Big E"
      The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets (VAAFM) invites Vermont businesses to apply to vend in the Vermont Building during the “The Big E” at the Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield, Massachusetts. Each year, approximately 40 companies from across Vermont participate in the Big …
  • Department of Financial Regulation and Secretary of State Collaborate on Captive Insurance Blockchain Pilot
      On January 9, 2019, the Secretary of State Jim Condos and Department of Financial Regulation Commissioner Michael Pieciak signed a memorandum of understanding outlining their collaborative efforts to explore emerging blockchain technology and its use in the digital recordkeeping practices of the cap …
  • Vermont Agency of Agriculture Launches New Website
      Making it easier to find the information you need is the focus of a new and updated website launched by the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets (VAAFM). The changes make it easier for the public to find important resources or contact information as the new year begins.

Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Nashua Telegraph
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