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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 Night: Drop in and play!
June 28, 2017, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Brooks Memorial Library; Brattleboro, VT
 
Mark your calendar: WOOL-FM hosts "Pirate Radio" Wednesday night classic movie at the Bellows Falls Opera House on July 12
June 28, 2017, Wednesday
Put it on your calendar! July 12th at 7:30 PM!
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Little Shop of Horrors
June 29, 2017, Thursday
Thu to Sat at 7:30 pm, + Sat 2 pm matinee
Main Street Arts; Saxtons River, VT
 
Water Music Art reception
June 29, 2017, Thursday
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Main Street Arts; Saxtons River, VT
 
Artists' Town Meeting
June 29, 2017, Thursday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
33 Bridge St; Bellows Falls, VT
 
The Brattleboro Ping Pong Society Benefit
June 29, 2017, Thursday
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
118 Elliot; Brattleboro, VT
 
Vermont Theater Co. Presents: A Midsummer Night's Dream
June 29, 2017, Thursday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Living Memorial Park; Brattleboro, VT
 
History of Bellows Falls Paper Mills
June 29, 2017, Thursday
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
The T Sisters with Pinedrop at the Stone Church
June 29, 2017, Thursday
7:30 pm - 11:59 pm
The Stone Church (Brattleboro); Brattleboro
 
Little Shop of Horrors
June 30, 2017, Friday
Thu to Sat at 7:30 pm, + Sat 2 pm matinee
Main Street Arts; Saxtons River, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· Zoning Board Meeting Minutes – 6/21/17 (Jun 26)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 6/15/17 (Jun 26)
 
· Walpole Staff Meeting – 6/15/17 (Jun 26)
 
· Women of Walpole (WOW) Fundraiser – 6/24/17 (Jun 20)
 
· Opening Artist’s Reception – 7/3/17 (Jun 20)
 
Eagle Times
· Local man joins volunteers to bring gifts to Rwandan children (Jun 28)
 
· School board talks impact of health plan; low SBAC scores (Jun 28)
 
· A passing prayer (Jun 28)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Murdock’s in Proctorsville joins the Chamber (Jun 28)
 
· Black River students compete at National History Day in Washington, D.C. (Jun 28)
 
· River Valley Tech Center student wins prestigious video contest (Jun 28)
 
· What were they thinking? (Jun 27)
 
· Free summer meal program (Jun 27)
 
· Declare your financial Independence Day (Jun 27)
 
· Weathersfield Historical Society program (Jun 27)
 
· Modern logging tech (Jun 27)
 
· Walker Bridge to get new bridge deck this week (Jun 27)
 
· Plymouth Strawberry Festival (Jun 27)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Alice Peck Day Says Phones Will Be Down This Afternoon (Jun 28)
 
· Vt. Budget Impact Unclear to Schools (Jun 28)
 
· Windsor County Sheriffs Will Now Patrol Sharon (Jun 28)
 
· Lebanon Hopes to Revive Westboro Rail Yard (Jun 28)
 
· Following Attack on 80-Year-Old, Trappers Renew Call for Bobcat Hunting (Jun 28)
 
· Flower Lovers Flock to Hartland Bog for Wild Orchid Display (Jun 28)
 
· Senate Health Care Bill Stalls (Jun 28)
 
· Cyberattack Disrupts Europe, U.S. (Jun 28)
 
· N.H. Gives Guardianship Preference to Grandparents (Jun 28)
 
· Vermont Utility Regulators Give Final Nod to Sale of FairPoint (Jun 28)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Pound for pound, Chocorua an unparalleled hiking experience, by Paul Miller (Jun 27)
 
· Car crashes into Keene restaurant (Jun 27)
 
· Being bear-smart (Jun 27)
 
· Acworth man injured crossing street in Vermont (Jun 27)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, June 27, 2017 (Jun 27)
 
· From the files June 27, 2017 (Jun 27)
 
· Court log May 12-18 (Jun 27)
 
· Black bear visits Keene plaza, park; was 'taking his sweet time' (Jun 27)
 
· Bulletin board June 27, 2017 (Jun 27)
 
· With more than a year to go, NH Senate District 9 race heats up (Jun 27)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Police Log (Jun 28)
 
· Former Skyline Restaurant vacant no more (Jun 28)
 
· Jury begins deliberation in O'Neill case (Jun 28)
 
· Looking back at the life of Chuck Cummings (Jun 28)
 
· Man identified in Guilford water-related death (Jun 27)
 
· How a famed chef's Vermont roots saved his life (Jun 27)
 
· Defense witness: O'Neill may have blacked out (Jun 27)
 
· Feds: VY tech didn't test safety equipment (Jun 27)
 
· Windham County program goes statewide (Jun 27)
 
· Westminster West School re-purposed as Studio Y (Jun 25)
 
Springfield VT News
· Curb Appeal Challenge opens (Jun 28)
 
· Video: The secret reason we eat meat (Jun 28)
 
· Agency proposes penalties for slaughterhouse noncompliance (Jun 28)
 
· VINE hosts dinner with animal-free fare (Jun 28)
 
· School board talks impact of health plan; low SBAC scores (Jun 28)
 
· Springfield Alumni Day Parade, 2017 (Jun 27)
 
· Springfield pen knife flashing leads to felony charge (Jun 27)
 
· Springfield soccer opens with win (Jun 27)
 
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Jun 26)
 
· Springfield man sentenced for New Year's Day pursuit in Weathersfield (Jun 26)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Grafton Select Board agenda for July 3, 2017 (Jun 28)
 
· Chester Police Log for May 3 through June 11, 2017 (Jun 28)
 
· Missing Grafton man found less than a mile from home (Jun 27)
 
· Weston Select Board agenda for June 27, 2017 (Jun 27)
 
· Grafton man missing from his home (Jun 27)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Mayoral Notes: Looking At the Big Picture (Jun 26)
 
· SHS Parade Float Winners (Jun 11)
 
· Juvenile Operator Seriously Injured in Dirt Bike Accident (Jun 9)
 
· Abatement for Mobile Home Park Water Bill Unlikely (Jun 8)
 
· Fugitive of the Week: Felicia Surething (May 22)
 
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Pittsfield man puts swastikas, Confederate flags on his front porch (Jun 28)
 
· Police: Man shoots, kills dog at Hooksett rest area (Jun 28)
 
· Concord police investigating report of sexual assault at St. Paul’s School (Jun 28)
 
· Iraqis fight house to house for costly victory in Mosul (Jun 28)
 
· Firefighters battle wildfires in Arizona, Utah, California (Jun 28)
 
· New Hampshire outlines 2018 health care choices (Jun 28)
 
· Fly Tying at Weare Middle School (Jun 28)
 
· Australia developer buying Saddleback ski mountain in Maine  (Jun 28)
 
· Funding support for The Friends Program (Jun 28)
 
· Gilmanton Year-Round Library receives grant for new books (Jun 28)
 
Union Leader
· Pittsfield man puts swastikas, Confederate flags on his front porch (Jun 28)
 
· Police: Man shoots, kills dog at Hooksett rest area (Jun 28)
 
· Concord police investigating report of sexual assault at St. Paul’s School (Jun 28)
 
· Iraqis fight house to house for costly victory in Mosul (Jun 28)
 
· Firefighters battle wildfires in Arizona, Utah, California (Jun 28)
 
· New Hampshire outlines 2018 health care choices (Jun 28)
 
· Fly Tying at Weare Middle School (Jun 28)
 
· Australia developer buying Saddleback ski mountain in Maine  (Jun 28)
 
· Funding support for The Friends Program (Jun 28)
 
· Gilmanton Year-Round Library receives grant for new books (Jun 28)
 
WCAX
· Vt. man sentenced for killing daughter's boyfriend (Jun 28)
 
· Keene State College president to step down (Jun 28)
 
· Copper cable stolen from NH ski area (Jun 28)
 
· NY lawmakers reconvene to try again on school deal (Jun 28)
 
· Board orders review of Vermont's utility regulation system (Jun 28)
 
· State representative resigns from Vt. Legislature (Jun 28)
 
· Vt. college savings program stalled 2 years later (Jun 28)
 
· Fireworks recalled (Jun 28)
 
· Dangerous curves in Vermont (Jun 28)
 
· Burlington fills Ward 7 City Council seat (Jun 28)
 
· Inspiring Vt. community members to fight addiction (Jun 28)
 
· Wildlife Watch: Understanding bobcats (Jun 27)
 
· Lawmakers come together to fight America's drug crisis (Jun 27)
 
· Disgruntled school board members start insurgent group (Jun 27)
 
VPR
· Vt. Makes Final Push Toward Universal Composting And Recycling (Jun 28)
 
· Doctors, Patients Prepare For New Opiate Rx Rules in Vt. (Jun 28)
 
· Dieng Wins Burlington City Council Seat (Jun 28)
 
· The GOP Is Trying To Make The Burlington College Investigation About Bernie (Jun 27)
 
· State And Local Officials On High Alert For Breaches In Vermont's Election System (Jun 27)
 
· Health Care Leaders In Vermont Sound Alarm Over Senate Bill In D.C. (Jun 27)
 
· Gilbert: Reading Frederick Douglass (Jun 27)
 
· Markowitz: The Promise Of America (Jun 27)
 
· Gov. Scott On Teacher Health Care, Pot Legalization (Jun 27)
 
· Building Bee Resilience, One Queen At A Time (Jun 27)
 
NHPR
· Concord Homeless Shelter Settles With HUD, Victim After Domestic Violence Discrimination Allegations (Jun 28)
 
· At "Doggie Hamlet," The Play's The Thing (And So Are The Sheep) (Jun 28)
 
· Granite Geek: The Hunt for New Hampshire's 45th Parallel (Jun 27)
 
· "You're Full of #$*@!" At N.H. Parole Board, Tough Talk Often Veers To The Profane (Jun 27)
 
· Fairpoint Purchase Deal Gets Sign-Off From Another New England State (Jun 27)
 
· Sexual Assault Case Against Former Phillips Exeter Academy Student Called Off (Jun 27)
 
· Sig Sauer Shooting Ranges Shut Down For Now After Bullet In Windshield (Jun 27)
 
· Keene State College President Stepping Down (Jun 27)
 
· N.H. Utilities Commission Lifts Limits on Solar Net-Metering (Jun 26)
 
· N.H. Officials: Be on the Lookout for Blue-Green Scum at Swimming Areas (Jun 26)
 
VTDigger
· Castleton farmer gets 10 years for killing daughter’s boyfriend (Jun 28)
 
· Dieng wins highly contested Burlington City Council seat (Jun 28)
 
· Leahy, approps committee grill Pruitt on EPA budget proposal (Jun 28)
 
· Neighbors fault state for lax quarry regulation (Jun 28)
 
· Analysis sees 21 percent premium hike with Obamacare repeal (Jun 27)
 
· David Nunnikhoven: Republican health plan taking us in the wrong direction (Jun 27)
 
· William Mathis: Reflections on Brigham (Jun 27)
 
· Bill Schubart: On the socio-economic implications of suicide (Jun 27)
 
· Move to disqualify judge delays sentencing for fatal hit-and-run (Jun 27)
 
· No luck yet as Burlington pushes colleges to pay more (Jun 27)
 
· State: Pipeline closer to surface than ordered, but still safe (Jun 27)
 
· Charges filed against two juveniles in Essex school threats (Jun 27)
 
· High court widens pool of independent contractors (Jun 27)
 
· First ‘climate economy’ town zeroes in on priorities (Jun 27)
 
Seven Days VT
· No Prison Time for Man Whose Loose Bull Caused Fatal Wreck (Jun 28)
 
· Walters: Scott Ponders New 'Everyday Jobs Tour' (Jun 28)
 
· A South Burlington Grad Reflects on Renaming the Rebels (Jun 28)
 
· Herding Sheep in Hanover: The Premiere of 'Doggie Hamlet' (Jun 28)
 
· Mini Train Rides With a View in Huntington (Jun 28)
 
· Crossword (6/28/17) (Jun 28)
 
· Movie Review: 'Transformers: The Last Knight' Should Have Been the Last Transformers (Jun 28)
 
· Xenia Rubinos' Most Transgressive Act Is Being Herself (Jun 28)
 
· Movie Review: Netflix Goes Whole Hog With Social Satire 'Okja' (Jun 28)
 
· Art Review: Photographer Julie Blackmon's Memories of Home (Jun 28)
 
· Album Review: Ben Dunham, 'Backline Collective' (Jun 28)
 
· Theater Review: Sibs Tim and Tyne Daly Star in 'Downstairs' (Jun 28)
 
· Album Review: Band of the Land, 'Band of the Land' (Jun 28)
 
· No More Mr. Nice Guy: Will Scott's 'Hardball' Approach Hurt Him? (Jun 28)
 
Vermont Press Bureau
· Scott signs 2018 budget (Jun 28)
 
· Milton’s Hubert to resign House seat (Jun 26)
 
· Lawmakers pushing forward on budget deal (Jun 21)
 
· Governor, lawmakers strike budget deal on eve of veto session (Jun 20)
 
· Soucy picked for Rutland County Senate seat (Jun 19)
 
· Scott responds to legal pot compromise, expresses optimism (Jun 15)
 
· key lawmakers craft legal pot compromise (Jun 12)
 
Business Vermont
· Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month shines light on impact of Alzheimer’s on caregivers (Jun 23)
 
· Report: Vermont housing too costly, difficult to find (Jun 23)
 
· Project aligns education with Vermont employers’ needs (Jun 23)
 
· Roy moves into VHFA multifamily directorship (Jun 23)
 
· Hong Kong’s mini apartments boom as property prices soar (Jun 23)
 
· Is nonmonetary compensation the same as wages? (Jun 23)
 
· Nowlan to manage Gifford’s behavioral health program   (Jun 23)
 
Vermont state government
· Printed Muzzleloader Antlerless Deer Permit Applications Available (Jun 28)
 
· Protect Yourself from Cyanobacteria this Summer (Jun 28)
 
· Vermont Products Win Big at the 2017 Fancy Food Show (Jun 28)
 
· Vermont Parks Forever Helps Foster Families Visit State Parks (Jun 28)
 
· Vermont's Migratory Bird Hunting Seasons Are Announced (Jun 27)
 
· Deadline for 2017 Moose Hunting Lotto is July 3 (Jun 26)
 
· Public Hearings Set for Proposed Bear Hunting Changes (Jun 26)