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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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  • June 26, Next Stage, Putney, VT – Brooklyn Raga Massive
      Brooklyn Raga Massive is a collective rooted in and inspired by Indian Classical music. This performance featuring Arun Ramamurthy will present Tradition to Innovation, exploring the classical music of North and South India alongside a spirit of innovation born out of Brooklyn. At the heart of India …
  • June 30, Yellow Barn, Putney, VT – Yellow Barn: New works by Young Artists Program composers + classics
      YOUNG ARTISTS PROGRAM CONCERT Thursday, June 30 | 3:00pm New works by Young Artists Program composers, plus Bartók, Brahms, Britten, Dvořák, Ives, and Ravel The Big Barn, Putney, VT Free admission Program includes six world-premiere performances of works by Young Artists Program composers, and perfo …
  • July 2, Stage 33 Live, Bellows Falls, VT – Wojcicki with Só Sol
      Wojcicki [‘Voy-CHEECH-key’] will celebrate the release of their second album, “Failure to Illuminate”, with a concert at the Stage 33 Live listening room in Bellows Falls, Vermont, on Saturday, July 2 at 7:00 PM, with very special guests Só Sol. Tickets are $10 in advance through stage33live.com, or …
  • July 3, Next Stage, Putney, VT – Sundog: Art, Music, Poetry
      The Sundog Poetry Center hosts an afternoon of art, music and poetry featuring poetry by Rage Hezekiah, Kerrin McCadden, and Partridge Boswell; music by Los Lorcas; and visual art by Liz Hawkes deNiord. July 3, 2022 @ 2:00 pm $10 suggested donation Sundog Poetry Center sundogpoetry.org (802) 585-850 …
  • July 3, Grafton Ponds Outdoor Center, Grafton, VT – Vermont Symphony Orchestra, With Fireworks
      On Sunday, July 3rd, the Vermont Symphony Orchestra will return to Grafton VT after a two-year pandemic break for the 30th time on its Summer Festival Tour. The grounds at Grafton Ponds will open for picnicking at 5:30 p.m. and the concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. This year’s program will feature mus …


The Walpolean
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  • Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 6/16/22
      Selectboard Present:      Steven Dalessio (Chair); Peggy L. Pschirrer; Cheryl Mayberry CALL TO ORDER:  Mr. Dalessio called this Selectboard meeting to order at 6:58 PM in the Walpole Town Hall and via Zoom.  This meeting was being recorded. Mr. Dalessio called for a voice roll call of the Selectboar …
  • Two More Chances
      There will be two chances to see our production of Alan Bennett’s The Wind in the Willows during Walpole’s Old Home Days:  Thursday, June 23 at 7:00 PM, and Saturday, June 25 at 8:00 PM. You won’t want to miss this funny and charming story of Toad and his friends Mole, Rat, and Badger, and their adv …
  • Your Own Piece of Walpole History
      The antique wooden auditorium seats that have been stored in the Town Hall basement are seeking new homes. If you would like to purchase a piece of Walpole history, consider buying by donation one or more vintage wooden seats to take home or gift to a friend or family member. These seats were used f …
  • Planning Board Meeting Minutes – 6/14/22
      Present: Board members Chair Jeff Miller, Vice-Chair Dennis Marcom, Clerk Jason Perron, Jeff Harrington, Joanna Andros, Select Board Representative Steve Dalessio. Alternates: Trevor MacLachlan and Travis Adams. Absent: Board member Bill Carmody. Mr. Miller asked Alternate Trevor MacLachlan to sit i …
  • Friends of the Walpole Library- July 2021
      Plant Sale The sale at the Reuse Center is going well. We have received many generous plant donations, which have been selling quickly. House plants have been especially popular. We are always looking for more plants for the sale. Please call 603-439-7778 to arrange drop-off, and to ask for digging …


Vermont Journal / Shopper
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  • Robert Mitchell, 1934-2022 🇺🇸
      Robert Mitchell, 1934-2022. Photo provided SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – Robert Adams Mitchell, 87, passed away peacefully on June 21, 2022, with family at his side. He was born on June 24, 1934, the eldest among three surviving children of Wilbert and Florence Mitchell. He is survived by his children, Eric Mi …
  • Annual Mount Holly Garden Tour
      MOUNT HOLLY, Vt. – The 15th Annual Mount Holly Garden Tour will be held on Saturday, July 16, 2022, from 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m., with a rain date of Sunday, July 17. This is a self-guided tour of diverse high-altitude gardens that display truly creative landscaping ideas. The gardens are designed around …
  • Join Dr. Roger Fox at his retirement celebration
      LONDONDERRY, Vt. – As many in our community already know, Dr. Roger Fox will retire from his position at the Mountain Valley Clinic in Londonderry after 47 years of service. Roger has not only been a central pillar of our local clinic, but also a vibrant force in our community. You may have encounte …
  • Gerald P. Kalanges, graveside service
      RANDOLPH, Vt. – A graveside committal service for Gerald P. Kalanges, 92, who died Jan. 11, 2021, will be held at the Vermont Veterans Cemetery, Section D, in Randolph, Vt. on July 7, 2022 at 1 p.m. The post Gerald P. Kalanges, graveside service appeared first on The Vermont Journal & The Shopper. …
  • LTE: Leslie M. Thorsen on Chester Police Department
      Dear Editor,   I am wondering if you were all aware that the Chester Police Department has been in negotiations with the Town of Chester to form a police union. The union as reported in a November 2021 edition of the Chester Telegraph is NEPBA. Since that article was printed, I have been wondering m …


Valley News
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Brattleboro Reformer
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Chester Telegraph
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  • Jeld Wen lays off 80, shutters N. Springfield plant
      By Shawn Cunningham © 2022 Telegraph Publishing LLC On Wednesday, most employees at the North Springfield Jeld Wen Door Systems plant learned that they would be losing their jobs and that their workplace would be closed immediately.  Also happening immediately will be consolidation of the Springfiel …
  • Chester board hears community garden proposal, appoints six library trustees
      By Shawn Cunningham © 2022 Telegraph Publishing LLC At its June 15 meeting, the Chester Select Board appointed six new trustees to the Whiting Library board and received a request for the use of the Canal Street well site from the group that wants to put community garden plots – and eventually a gre …
  • Public records search of Merrill files turns up no complaints related to alleged behavior
      TRSU conducted both a hand search of paper documents dating to 2000 and an electronic search of all digital files, which date to 2013. By Cynthia Prairie ©2022 Telegraph Publishing LLC Following a Public Records Act request by The Chester Telegraph for access to all documents — including personnel f …
  • Andover Select Board agenda for June 27
      The Select Board for the Town of Andover will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, June 27 at the Andover Town Office, 953 Andover Road, and via Zoom. To connect via Zoom, see below. Here is the agenda. 1. Call Select Board meeting to order. 2. Act on the Agenda. 3. Act on the Minutes: Act on the minutes fr …
  • Chester Select Board special meeting set for June 22
      The Chester Select Board will hold a special meeting at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 22 at Town Hall, 556 Elm St. Below is its agenda. 1. Citizen Comments 2. Sign Tax Anticipation Note 3. Sign Equipment Loan for Highway Truck 4. AdjournThe post Chester Select Board special meeting set for June 22 fi …


E-Ticker News of Claremont
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  • Claremont City Manager Resigns, Taking Post in Enfield
      CLAREMONT, NH–Today City Manager Ed Morris submitted his official resignation from the City of Claremont. “I have accepted the position as the Town Manager with the Town of Enfield, NH,” said Morris. “I first advised the City Council of my intent to resign based on accepting a conditional offer on N …
  • Booster Blitz: Registration open for COVID-19 Booster Sites
      Concord, NH – Today, Wednesday, Dec. 1st, the State of New Hampshire opened registration for “Operation Booster Blitz,” 15 community-based sites that will be held on Saturday, December 11 across the state. Registration is now open at vaccines.nh.gov. Appointments can be made for up to 5 people at a …
  • Arrest Made in Diner Arson Case
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  • State Urges Preparedness Ahead of Possible Storm Impact
      Concord, NH – Today, Governor Chris Sununu provided the following update on Tropical Storm Henri, which is forecast to intensify and reach hurricane strength on Saturday, ahead of reaching New Hampshire.   The latest forecast from the National Weather Service predicts Henri will make a close approac …
  • Arson Investigation at Local Diner
      The Claremont Police Department and NH State Fire Marshal’s Office, with help from the Claremont Fire Department, are investigating what they are calling an intentionally set fire that took place on July 29, 2021, at approximately 9:06 p.m. The fire occurred at Daddypops Tumble Inn Diner located at …


Seven Days
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  • Crime Seen: Long-Term Data from Burlington Police Show Overall Decline
      It seems like everyone in Burlington is talking about crime these days. The discourse started two years ago, when George Floyd’s murder by Minneapolis police sparked a nationwide reckoning with racial justice. In Burlington, city councilors swiftly voted to reduce the Queen City’s cop count by 30 pe …
  • Supreme Court's Roe Decision Prompts Protests, Condemnation in Vermont
      Updated 7:15 p.m. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Friday to eliminate the fundamental right to an abortion established in Roe v. Wade drew universal denunciation from Vermont’s top elected leaders, who stressed that the ruling will not restrict access to the procedure in the state. Vermonters j …
  • Obituary: Joan Campbell-McKee, 1953-2022
      An artist, gardener, and tremendous cook whose creativity was present in every aspect of her being. Joan Alice Campbell-McKee was first and foremost an artist. Her artistry was present in every aspect of her being, every facet of her identity — wild woman, wife, mother, grandmother, gardener, carpen …
  • Obituary: Angela Schmehl, 1978-2022
      A resilient woman with a big heart whose love for her community included cooking for homeless shelters Angela Jeanne Schmehl, 44, of Burlington, Vt., passed away on June 20, 2022. Angela was born on April 10, 1978, in Burlington, Vt., as the daughter of Daniel Hutchinson and Marie (Gomez) Prescott. …
  • Democrats Slam Scott Over Interim Attorney General Appointment
      Updated 11:02 p.m. Democrats accused Republican Gov. Phil Scott of partisanship Thursday for his decision to appoint Susanne Young attorney general  following T.J. Donovan’s decision to step down to take a private sector job. Anne Lezak, chair of the Vermont Democratic Party, condemned the appointme …


Concord Monitor
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  • In NH, a lack of teacher diversity
      Mackenzie Verdiner goes to one of the most diverse schools in New Hampshire, Manchester’s West High School. Students there speak about 50 different languages.“If I grab a fistful of kids randomly, it would be a different color on each finger — it’s all different colors, different backgrounds,” she.. …
  • Hole in the Capital Shopping Center parking lot is the start of stand-alone expansion
      That big hole in the parking lot of the Capitol Shopping Center on Storrs Street is the start of the first major change to the site in decades.Brixmor Capitol, owner of the half-century-old plaza, has presented proposals to build a casual restaurant, a Starbucks with a drive-thru and 6,000 square fe …
  • Vintage Views: Where the road brings us
      There are times in life when you embark on a project without thought or direction. You follow the unknown road to just see where it might lead you in time. Such was the case when I joined a group of like-minded people several years ago, regular people with a similar passion with the common thought.. …
  • The state’s aviation museum offers a look back, at both triumph and tragedy
      For Jeff Rapsis, the 50th anniversary on July 31, honoring the final day of operations for Boston-based Northeast Airlines, is personal.More for him than many others.He grew up in Nashua intrigued by Northeast Airlines, the company that helped New England fly and explore during the early days of com …
  • Law in the Marketplace: Beware the “bad check” scam
      If you’re a lawyer or accountant, a client may request you to deposit in your bank account a check from a customer of your client from which the client wants you to make a payment to the client herself when a client deal closes. Your client tells you that the client’s customer will be using you as.. …


WCAX
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  • Bethel celebrates Pride Prom
      BETHEL, Vt. (WCAX) – June is Pride month, an annual celebration highlighting the LGBTQ+ community.The town of Bethel is celebrating hosting five events to celebrate. Friday, they kicked with pride prom.This year’s theme is Bethel in Bloom– flowers galore.Event organizers noticed the community was l …
  • $10k scholarships awarded to 15 visually impaired students
      VERGENNES, Vt. (WCAX) – Providing the opportunity for students here in Vermont and in New York the chance to further their education. That’s the goal at Lighthouse Guild. 15 students have been named as scholarship winners for this year. For one recipient, nothing is stopping her from achieving her d …
  • Vermont 802 Program expands
      BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – Under a new Vermont workforce initiative, you could eligible for free college classes. If your family makes less than 75 thousand dollars annually- you can now attend community college of Vermont tuition free. It’s an expansion of Vermont’s 802 opportunities program, part of …
  • Local lawmakers react to overruling of Roe v. Wade
      BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – Lawmakers and state officials from around the region are reacting to Friday’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to overrule Roe v. Wade, ending constitutional protections for abortion.The 6-3 ruling in the Mississippi case comes more than a month after the stunning leak of …
  • Renaissance Faire in full swing in Stowe
      

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Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· The Commons
· Eagle Times
· Keene Sentinel Source
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
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