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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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Salvage What You Can (NYC exhibit)
February 28, 2017
Thu - Sun, 1 - 6 PM, thru 3/5
Studio 10; Brooklyn, NY
 
LEAF Charter School accepting applications for incoming 9th graders
March 1, 2017
APPLICATION DEADLINE
LEAF Charter School; Alstead, NH
 
Registration deadline: Books, Brains & Beer Pub Trivia Night
March 1, 2017
Registration Deadline
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Genealogy Group at Rockingham Library
March 1, 2017
Thursdays 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise
March 2, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Antigone
March 2, 2017
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Redfern Arts Center at Keene State College; Keene, NH
 
Rudyard Kipling Revisited
March 3, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Walpole Town Hall; Walpole, NH
 
Oedipus at Colonus
March 3, 2017
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Redfern Arts Center at Keene State College; Keene, NH
 
GreatNonprofits.org
March 4, 2017
PSA
VT & NH; VT & NH
 
Oedipus Rex
March 4, 2017
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Redfern Arts Center at Keene State College; Keene, NH
 
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The Walpolean
· Clarion Now Online (Feb 27)
 
· Public Hearing – 3/2/17 (Feb 26)
 
· Town of Walpole Staff Meeting – 2/16/17 (Feb 26)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 2/16/17 (Feb 25)
 
Eagle Times
· Owner ordered to clean properties (Feb 28)
 
· First United Methodist Church opens its doors at new location (Feb 28)
 
· Search begins for new Bluff principal (Feb 28)
 
· Fire destroys pole barn in Claremont (Feb 27)
 
· Online fundraiser set up for man displaced by fire (Feb 27)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Dr. David Lord resumes private practice in Chester (Feb 28)
 
· Rotary announces scholarship for non-traditional students (Feb 28)
 
· Winter ice safety (Feb 28)
 
· The best winter “staycations” start at the Springfield Town Library (Feb 27)
 
· Contribute to the 2016 time capsule (Feb 27)
 
· Local woman collapses in Magic Mountain hotel (Feb 27)
 
Valley News
· W. Windsor Farmhouse Burns (Feb 28)
 
· Corinth Looks At Appointing Its Treasurer (Feb 28)
 
· Plainfield Libraries Highlight Warrant (Feb 28)
 
· Upper Valley Students Recite Their Way to Statewide Competition (Feb 28)
 
· Young Writers Project: Love Letters to Inanimate Objects (Feb 28)
 
· Vermont’s Education Leader Follows Her State’s Plan (Feb 28)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
· Keene State basketball teams get NCAA bids (Feb 27)
 
· Police: Winchester man hit by car, critically injured (Feb 27)
 
· UNH research measures drought impact on trees (Feb 27)
 
· Keene woman injured in crash in city (Feb 27)
 
· Correction, Feb. 27, 2017 (Feb 27)
 
· Wind dislodges railing on Fitzwilliam Meetinghouse (Feb 27)
 
· Correction, Feb. 27, 2017 (Feb 27)
 
· Swanzey UTV crash leaves passenger with serious injuries (Feb 27)
 
· Bulletin board Feb. 27, 2017 (Feb 27)
 
· From the files, Feb. 27, 2017 (Feb 27)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
· Iconic owner Dot's Restaurant will be missed (Feb 28)
 
· Brattleboro Select Board candidates share goals (Feb 28)
 
· Independent radio station WVEW celebrates 10th anniversary (Feb 28)
 
· These statistics don't lie: Windham, Windsor have longest wait for Act 250 permits (Feb 26)
 
· A colonel by any other name: School mascot debate echoes back to Brattleboro dispute (Feb 26)
 
· Medical technology: Telemedicine on the rise at Vermont hospitals (Feb 26)
 
· Town Meeting 2017: Dummerston town budget up, school budget down (Feb 25)
 
· Morgan runs as write-in candidate for Brattleboro Town School Board (Feb 25)
 
· Rescue Squad, Bennington College partner for EMT class (Feb 25)
 
· Brattleboro's Inclusion Center reaches out to local businesses (Feb 25)
 
Springfield VT News
· Springfield school taxes to go down (Feb 28)
 
· Owner ordered to clean properties (Feb 28)
 
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Feb 28)
 
· Video: Tour of the Springfield Town Library (Feb 28)
 
· New York Times: Sweden, Nation of Open Arms, Debates Implications of Immigration (Feb 27)
 
· Saunders, LaChapelle lead locals at state wrestling (Feb 27)
 
· Local HS bowlers bow out in individual championships (Feb 27)
 
· Springfield artist presents on iconic Canadian ‘Group of Seven’ (Feb 27)
 
· Video: Peter And The Farm - Official Trailer (Feb 27)
 
· 'Something to Write Home About' (Feb 27)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Arrison to hold Meet the Candidate event; Chester holds Master Plan Community Design Workshop (Feb 27)
 
· UPDATE: I-91 Bridge Construction in Rockingham (Feb 24)
 
· TRSU Act 46 merger committee approves four-town RED proposal (Feb 24)
 
· Chester Select Board agenda for March 1, 2017 (Feb 24)
 
· Derry absentee ballots available for school district merger (Feb 24)
 
Nashua Telegraph
· Nashuan charged with stealing $35K from grandmother (Feb 28)
 
· Noyes declared incompetent to stand trial (Feb 28)
 
· Sununu’s advice to Trump; keep substance abuse programs in health law (Feb 28)
 
· A $1B Mistake; Takata pleads guilty in air bag scandal (Feb 28)
 
· Hawks slap Celtics with 114-98 defeat (Feb 28)
 
· Postseason pairings revealed for many area teams (Feb 28)
 
· HB tops ConVal; Souhegan falls to West (Feb 28)
 
· PFOA levels stay steady in Merrimack (Feb 28)
 
Concord Monitor
· Ice jam leaves dozens of vehicles submerged in feet of water (Feb 27)
 
· Bail withheld for Jocarl Williams, accused of killing daughter (Feb 27)
 
· Small quake recorded in Boscawen (Feb 27)
 
· As drugs surge, New Hampshire takes away inmate perks (Feb 27)
 
· Downtown: Mark Knipe Goldsmith will live on under a different name (Feb 27)
 
· Mental health patients’ emergency room detainment raises legal issues (Feb 27)
 
· Long emergency room wait wears on N.H. mental health patient, family (Feb 27)
 
· ‘Apollo 13’ and ‘Titanic’ actor Bill Paxton dies at 61 (Feb 27)
 
Union Leader
· College Basketball KSC teams make NCAAs (Feb 28)
 
· Nashua fire smokes out family of six, two dogs (Feb 28)
 
· Three ways retirees can tap into their home equity (Feb 28)
 
· Police Man reported unconscious behind wheel in parking lot faces DWI charge (Feb 28)
 
· Editorial Cartoon Feb. 28, 2017 (Feb 28)
 
· NHIAA Girls' Basketball Tournaments Top four have edge in Div. I (Feb 28)
 
· On anniversary of officer's death, mom says thanks (Feb 28)
 
· NHIAA Girls' Basketball Newfound puts perfection on the line (Feb 28)
 
WCAX
· Fire at Alcoa plant in Massena (Feb 28)
 
· Vt. couple describes fighting off armed intruder with tomahawk (Feb 28)
 
· Police: 2 men found drunk in car parked in South Burlington (Feb 28)
 
· Police: Highgate woman sent nude photos to child (Feb 28)
 
· MiVT: Master Alexander's Base Cover (Feb 28)
 
· Castleton vapor shop faces fines, closure (Feb 28)
 
· Special Report: Emergency Rooms in Crisis (Feb 28)
 
· Have some Vermont crossways become too dangerous? (Feb 28)
 
· Charges dismissed in Celina Cass murder case (Feb 28)
 
· Barre Town couple fight off intruder with tomahawk (Feb 27)
 
· Students' cars flooded at NH college parking lot (Feb 27)
 
· Day 2 of search for Barre woman swept down river (Feb 27)
 
· Herring murder trial set for August (Feb 27)
 
· Vermont town settles woman's excess force lawsuit for $60k (Feb 27)
 
VPR
· Controversial Speaker Spurs Debate At Middlebury College (Feb 27)
 
· Leahy Calls For Independent Probe Of Russia-Trump Ties (Feb 27)
 
· After Unanimous Senate Approval, Vermont's Immigration Bill Could Face House Pushback (Feb 27)
 
· International Students At Burlington High School Cheer Vermont Immigration Bill (Feb 27)
 
· Gilbert: Investing In Cultural Wealth (Feb 27)
 
· Greenberg: Tom Davis Remembrance (Feb 27)
 
· Having The Talk...With Your Parents (Feb 27)
 
· GOP Lawmakers Differ On Governor's Immigration Bill (Feb 27)
 
· Syrian Women Living In Jordan Reflect On Their Displacement, Survival And Friendship (Feb 27)
 
· Spencer Rendahl: Immigration And Eugenics (Feb 25)
 
VTDigger
· Margolis: The inanity of the Murray flap (Feb 28)
 
· New state rules push child care providers out of business (Feb 28)
 
· Scott: Trump ‘dialed back’ immigration rhetoric (Feb 28)
 
· Keurig to pay $5.8 million to settle burn-related allegations (Feb 28)
 
· Middlebury president to join audience for divisive speaker (Feb 28)
 
· Dick Sears: Setting the record straight on S.79 (Feb 28)
 
· Barrie Dunsmore: What is Donald Trump really up to? (Feb 28)
 
· Tara Hodgkins: Insurance program is the answer to family leave conundrum (Feb 28)
 
· Charles Winkleman: Listening to all voices (Feb 28)
 
· Herring withdraws incompetency motion, may plead insanity (Feb 28)
 
· Police pursuing embezzlement probe at Cabot Creamery (Feb 28)
 
· Police: Bullet enters family’s home in Burlington (Feb 27)
 
· OneCare pushes back on bill that would require open meetings (Feb 27)
 
· Blighted properties in Bennington get new life under hospital’s program (Feb 27)
 
Seven Days VT
· Planned Winooski Gay Bar Named 'Mister Sister' Creates Rift (Feb 28)
 
· After White House Visit, Scott Describes Trump as Cordial (Feb 27)
 
· Welch Will Bring an Iraqi Immigrant to Trump Speech (Feb 27)
 
· Joke of the Week: Wedding Crasher (Feb 27)
 
· Say Cheese: Taking a Bite Out of the Vermont Cheese Trail (Feb 26)
 
· Art at the Airport, Spring 2017 (Feb 26)
 
· In Season, Spring 2017 (Feb 26)
 
· Out on the Town: A Day-by-day Guide to Burlington Nightlife (Feb 26)
 
· BTV — Spring 2017 (Feb 26)
 
· Ground Crew: Meet Alex Blum, Vice President of Operations, JaniTech (Feb 26)
 
· Spring Forward: Making the Most of Vermont's Mud Season (Feb 26)
 
· The Parmelee Post: Stuffed Bernie Sanders Doll Faces Tough Questions at Town Hall (Feb 25)
 
· Graphic Tape Played in Court as McAllister Tries to Toss Plea Deal (Feb 25)
 
· Vermont Senate Approves Bill to Limit ‘Duty to Warn’ (Feb 24)
 
Local News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette