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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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Townshend Farmers Market Vendor Applications
February 18, 2017
Announcement
West Townshend Farmers Market; West Townshend, VT
 
Title and Deed, a Monologue for a Slightly Foreign Man
February 19, 2017
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Next Stage; Putney, VT
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
February 21, 2017
Various Showtimes
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Essential Maintenance Practices course on Lead-Safe Renovation
February 22, 2017
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Howard Dean Education Center; Springfield, VT
 
RESCHEDULED: Frederick Douglass' Fourth of July Address participatory reading
February 22, 2017
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Animals of the North – What will Global Climate Change Mean for Them
February 22, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cavendish Elementary School; Proctorsville, VT
 
NEW DATE: Local Democracy in Times of National Plutocracy
February 23, 2017
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Springfield Town Library; Springfield, VT
 
Open Wall Art Show
February 25, 2017
Submission Deadline
Gallery at the VAULT; Springfield, VT
 
Daisy Turner's Kin
February 25, 2017
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Powerful Muses: The Group of Seven Artists
February 25, 2017
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Springfield Town Library; Springfield, VT
 
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The Walpolean
· Historical Society Speaker Series – 3/3/17 (Feb 12)
 
· Town Meeting Warrant Articles (Feb 10)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 2/2/17 (Feb 10)
 
· Westberg Property Public Hearing – 1/26/17 (Feb 10)
 
Eagle Times
· Officials outline transfer of land near prison to VT Fish and Wildlife (Feb 21)
 
· 1 injured in 3-car accident (Feb 20)
 
· School officials weighing up Act 46 options (Feb 20)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Dear Editor – Springfield Community Players building (Feb 21)
 
· Final week of Trees of Remembrance (Feb 21)
 
· Charles “Bill” William Stallings, 1935 – 2017 (Feb 21)
 
· Two RVTC students earned multiple medals (Feb 21)
 
· Vermont villagers make a connection to children in Kenya (Feb 21)
 
· Attend one of the performances of Elf Jr. The Musical (Feb 21)
 
Valley News
· (Feb 21)
 
· VA Hospitals See Increase In Drug Thefts (Feb 21)
 
· Tunbridge’s Labrie Seeks New Trial (Feb 21)
 
· Donors Pitch In  For Cornish Cruiser (Feb 21)
 
· Input Welcome On Prison Property (Feb 21)
 
· Mascoma High Treats Hunger as an Academic Issue (Feb 21)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
· Fire guts warehouse in Brattleboro (Feb 21)
 
· Former Northfield Mount Hermon campus gifted to California college (Feb 21)
 
· Cheshire County Democrats to caucus (Feb 21)
 
· State extends deadline to respond to Olson appeal (Feb 21)
 
· For love of elephants, Westmoreland woman works in Thailand to help animals (Feb 21)
 
· Five NH colleges join forces to fight substance abuse (Feb 21)
 
· Bulletin board Feb. 21, 2017 (Feb 21)
 
· From the files Feb. 21, 2017 (Feb 21)
 
· Court log Jan. 9, 2017 (Feb 20)
 
· Court log Jan. 10, 2017 (Feb 20)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
· Brattleboro warehouse destroyed by fire (Feb 21)
 
· Film on Vermont racism to show locally (Feb 21)
 
· Whitingham Select Board urges residents to reject school budget (Feb 21)
 
· Imagining the future with STEM (Feb 21)
 
· Brattleboro officials call for change in nationwide response to the opiate crisis (Feb 21)
 
· Police Log (Feb 20)
 
· Brattleboro Retreat rolls out new treatments (Feb 20)
 
· Towns explore lease of recycling facility (Feb 20)
 
· Hilltop Montessori Middle School students step into other people's shoes (Feb 20)
 
· Big things come in small packages (Feb 20)
 
Springfield VT News
· Greenwald, Kucinich issue chilling warnings about deep state’s war on Trump (Feb 21)
 
· SHS Theater and RMS Drama presents... (Feb 21)
 
· Video: Trump and The Truth about Sweden (Feb 21)
 
· CNN: There's one thing going right for Trump (Feb 21)
 
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Feb 20)
 
· Opinion: What to do with Park Street School (Feb 20)
 
· Birth announcement (Feb 19)
 
· Hartford tops Springfield girls, levels record at 7-7 (Feb 19)
 
· Video: Hoops For a Cure - Springfield VT 2/17/17 (Feb 19)
 
· Hoops For A Cure at Springfield (Feb 19)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Chester DRB hearing for Monday, Feb. 27 (Feb 21)
 
· Derry Candidates Night: Three vie for open Select Board seats (Feb 21)
 
· Grafton Select Board meeting for Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017 (Feb 20)
 
· New crop of canines arrives at Springfield Humane Society (Feb 20)
 
· UPDATE: I-91 Bridge Construction in Rockingham (Feb 18)
 
Nashua Telegraph
· News Digest (Feb 21)
 
· Cougars reach D-III tourney (Feb 21)
 
· Raiders sink Sabers, 4-1 (Feb 21)
 
· Trade season; blockbuster sets stage for NBA deadline deals (Feb 21)
 
· Payment plan; bailout negotiators get OK to return to Greece (Feb 21)
 
· Care Packages; teachers work to fight hunger among local youths (Feb 21)
 
· Damage to home in city blaze (Feb 21)
 
· Granite Hammer falls on six; Nashua police arrest several on local drug-related crimes (Feb 21)
 
Concord Monitor
· Science Cafe: Seasonal Affective Disorder is more than just the winter blues (Feb 21)
 
· Concord police destroy drugs from take-back initiative, old evidence (Feb 21)
 
· N. Korean envoy blasts Malaysians, calls for joint probe (Feb 21)
 
· Special delivery: US-born panda cub Bao Bao bound for China (Feb 21)
 
· Scallops scuffle pitting small boats against big (Feb 21)
 
· New John F. Kennedy stamp marks centennial of his birth (Feb 21)
 
· Parents, coaches, former athletes: ‘No’ to pay-for-play in Franklin (Feb 21)
 
· Duck boats face increasing calls for improvements, bans (Feb 21)
 
Union Leader
· Littleton man who led police on high-speed chase drank wine, cut wrists after pursuit (Feb 21)
 
· Leading scorer for Daniel Webster College arraigned for basketball brawl (Feb 21)
 
· Experts give testimony as Owen Labrie seeks new trial (Feb 21)
 
· Trump to leave protections for U.S.'dreamer' migrants (Feb 21)
 
· Judge lowers bail for man charged in Goffstown burglary 2nd man arrested (Feb 21)
 
· Barrington man charged in assault outside Dover bar (Feb 21)
 
· NH DOT gets 9 million more for snow budget (Feb 21)
 
· Mass. snowmobiler in Jefferson collision with car dies in hospital (Feb 21)
 
WCAX
· Children OK after bus crash in Montpelier (Feb 21)
 
· Authorities hunt for poacher (Feb 21)
 
· NH church set on fire last year has been demolished (Feb 21)
 
· Prep school grad in court for hearing on possible new trial (Feb 21)
 
· Snowmobiler dies of injuries in collision with car (Feb 21)
 
· NH hospital offers tips to stay active in winter (Feb 21)
 
· Brattleboro warehouse collapses in fire (Feb 21)
 
· AAA: Vehicle rust damage costs US drivers $3B a year (Feb 21)
 
· Vail to buy Stowe Mountain Resort for $50M (Feb 21)
 
· Northern New England gas prices hold steady (Feb 21)
 
· NH bill adds gender identity to anti-discrimination protections (Feb 21)
 
· NH biologist: Don't feed the deer (Feb 21)
 
· Maine firm partners up with Vermont's Orvis (Feb 21)
 
· Police: Stowe woman drove wrong way on I-89 (Feb 21)
 
VPR
· Killacky: Evolving Disability Discourse (Feb 21)
 
· Canadian Border Officials Expand Checkpoint To Handle Influx Of Refugees (Feb 21)
 
· Welcome To Canada: Seeking Asylum In The North (Feb 21)
 
· Vail Announces Intent To Buy Stowe Mountain Resort (Feb 21)
 
· In A Losing Season, One Player Leaves St. Michael's With A Winning Legacy (Feb 21)
 
· For Dedicated Athletes, School Choice Provides Access To Elite Sports Academies (Feb 21)
 
· Canadian Humanitarians Wonder If The U.S. Is Still Safe For Refugees (Feb 20)
 
· Siblings From France Hit The Vermont Slopes As Captains Of St. Michael's Ski Teams (Feb 20)
 
· Henningsen: The Bully Twitter Pulpit (Feb 20)
 
· Buxton: Every Ballot Counts (Feb 20)
 
VTDigger
· New recount in disputed House election to start Wednesday (Feb 21)
 
· Whitingham Select Board urges residents to reject school budget (Feb 21)
 
· Senate passes bill to expand doctor recovery program (Feb 21)
 
· Hermitage Club celebrates Act 250 master plan approval (Feb 21)
 
· UPDATED: Vail Resorts buys Stowe Mountain Resort (Feb 21)
 
· Health care split sparks fireworks in teacher negotiations statewide (Feb 21)
 
· Montford Point marine honored in Montpelier (Feb 21)
 
· Jack Hoffman: General fund budget gap? What gap? (Feb 21)
 
· Robert Miller: Investing locally (Feb 21)
 
· Rebecca Holcombe: Both federal and state education goals stress continuous improvement (Feb 20)
 
· Rutland area ready to move ahead with marketing effort (Feb 20)
 
· Legitimacy of new net metering rules questioned (Feb 20)
 
· Businesses ask for less bureaucracy in state contracting (Feb 20)
 
· Legislature considering new tax increment financing districts (Feb 20)
 
Seven Days VT
· Eat This Week, February 22 to 28, 2017: Jump for Juice (Feb 21)
 
· How to (Eat and) Make the Most of a Powder Day (Feb 21)
 
· Burlington Council Candidate to Sue State’s Attorney for Discrimination (Feb 21)
 
· Vail to Purchase Stowe Mountain Resort for $50 Million (Feb 21)
 
· Obituary: Dr. George W. Brown, 1937-2017 (Feb 21)
 
· Two Candidates Vie for Burlington School Board Seat (Feb 20)
 
· Slideshow: Winter is a Drag Ball 2017 "Over the Rainbow and Into the Woods" (Feb 20)
 
· Joke of the Week: Mmm Mmm Good (Feb 20)
 
· Obituary: Earl Kenneth Bessette, 1924-2017 (Feb 20)
 
· Obituary: Gary Steller (Feb 20)
 
· The Parmelee Post: Sean Spicer Spotted at Canadian Border, Not Trying to Flee (Feb 18)
 
· Breakwater Café Closes, Will Be Second Location for the Spot (Feb 17)
 
· Scott 'Resistant' to Using Vermont Guard for Immigration Roundup (Feb 17)
 
· Walters: Sanders Alums Back Purity Test for Senate Dems (Feb 17)
 
Local News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette