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Mid-River Bulletin Board
Public-powered events calendar & bulletin board
for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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Northeast Fiddlers Association fiddle meet
October 21, 2018, Sunday
12:00 pm - 4:09 pm
Moose Family Center (Bellows Falls); Bellows Falls, VT
 
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
October 21, 2018, Sunday
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Fort at No. 4; Charlestown, NH
 
Trout Unlimited meeting
October 22, 2018, Monday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Romunto's Brick Oven Pizza; Brattleboro, VT
 
Vegetarian Indian Cooking
October 22, 2018, Monday
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Next Stage; Putney, VT
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movie
October 23, 2018, Tuesday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Scrabble!
October 24, 2018, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Brooks Memorial Library; Brattleboro, VT
 
Storytelling at Putney Library to celebrate 40 years of the Putney Craft Tour
October 24, 2018, Wednesday
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Putney Library; Putney, VT
 
Karaoke!
October 24, 2018, Wednesday
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
PK's Public House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Lynne Kennedy author reading
October 26, 2018, Friday
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Village Square Booksellers; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Vision – From the Life of Hildegard of Bingen
October 26, 2018, Friday
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Stone Church Arts; Bellows Falls, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 10/11/18 (Oct 19)
 
· Hooper Trustees Meeting Minutes – 10/11/18 (Oct 19)
 
· Scouting for Food – 11/10/18 (Oct 19)
 
· “The Kempter’s are Coming!” (Oct 19)
 
· Langdon Poll Hours (Oct 18)
 
Eagle Times
· Moose Health Ticks (Oct 21)
 
· Mega (Oct 21)
 
· Winter ticks taking a toll on moose calves in New England (Oct 21)
 
· Mega Millions ticket sold in New Hampshire worth $1 million (Oct 21)
 
· UNH gets grant to train fishermen, farmers (Oct 21)
 
· First Man (Oct 21)
 
· Brick arch (Oct 21)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Screening of “Resilience: the Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope” (Oct 21)
 
· Late fall sessions of the Memoir Workshops available (Oct 21)
 
· Decorating with seasonal treasures of nature with Jaga Smiechowski (Oct 21)
 
· Introductory workshop in crystal and stone healing (Oct 21)
 
· Thrillers, cider, and Italian cuisine at Northshire Bookstore (Oct 21)
 
· Sing for Joy in Times of Trouble workshop and concert (Oct 20)
 
· Okemo Valley Regional Chamber welcomes Fisher Financial Advisors (Oct 20)
 
· Veterans Town Hall event comes to Rutland (Oct 20)
 
· Okemo Valley Chamber Golf Tournament a great success (Oct 20)
 
· Discussion on the right to keep and bear arms (Oct 20)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Across the Country, ICE Faces Heated Backlash (Oct 21)
 
· Farmers Cry Fowl Over Tariffs (Oct 21)
 
· Big Cable Wants to Take Airwaves Back From ‘Talking Cars’ (Oct 21)
 
· A Guide to Fixing Your Own Toilet (Oct 21)
 
· Twitter Airs Data On Election Interference (Oct 21)
 
· More Than a Foul Weather Friend, the 2019 Subaru Forester Is Your New Campsite (Oct 21)
 
· Americans not Convinced By Trump’s Trade War with China, Poll Suggests (Oct 21)
 
· Apple CEO Turns on the Charm in China (Oct 21)
 
· Chocolate Demand Growing Worldwide (Oct 21)
 
· Purging Long-Forgotten Online Accounts: Worth the Trouble? (Oct 21)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Political notebook: Planned Parenthood PAC throws weight behind Democrats (Oct 21)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018 (Oct 21)
 
· Troy native no worse for the wear after Hurricane Michael (Oct 21)
 
· Amid registration uncertainty, Keene State voters bounce between enthusiasm and alienation (Oct 21)
 
· Bakers test their mettle in fourth annual Monadnock Pumpkin Festival (Oct 21)
 
· This day in history, Oct. 21, 2018 (Oct 21)
 
· Sentences meted out for drug, assault charges (Oct 21)
 
· Last week in The Sentinel (Oct 21)
 
· National chain homes in on possible Keene location (Oct 21)
 
· This day in history, Oct. 20, 2018 (Oct 20)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· 'Awesome' turnout at Career Expo in Brattleboro (Oct 19)
 
· PHOTOS: A look back on Bellows Falls field hockey (Oct 19)
 
· Hotel permit extension bid denied to Hermitage Club (Oct 19)
 
· State's attorneys upset over loss of grant to fight domestic, sexual violence (Oct 19)
 
· Shots fired results in attempted murder charges (Oct 19)
 
· Windham to fight forced school merger (Oct 19)
 
· School boards brace for merger (Oct 18)
 
· Chief calls for engagement on panhandling (Oct 18)
 
· PHOTOS: Lucky day? Residents hopeful as Mega Millions jackpot reaches $900M (Oct 18)
 
· WW breaks ground on new showroom, retail facility (Oct 18)
 
Springfield VT News
· David's House Annual Karaoke Contest (Oct 21)
 
· Springfield man reaches plea deal in statutory rape case (Oct 21)
 
· Springfield woman extradited to NH for the second time in a month (Oct 20)
 
· OLLI presents 'The Black Bear: Nature’s Voracious Omnivore' (Oct 19)
 
· Christine Hallquist to meet with voters in Chester (Oct 19)
 
· Fastest Kid in Town race hosts 81 competitors (Oct 19)
 
· This & That: Two wins and a loss in area football (Oct 19)
 
· Candidates for state Senate, Windsor District 5: a Q & A (Oct 19)
 
· Resilience: the Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope (Oct 19)
 
· Learn about the Hunt family (Oct 19)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Derry board OKs engineering study on Williams Dam (Oct 17)
 
· As Weston board wrestles with building upgrades, it votes down designated committee (Oct 17)
 
· Margaret Rowe, 77, was a constant learner (Oct 16)
 
· Derry Town Admin Nied leaving post after year (Oct 16)
 
· VTrans seeks public input on future of Vt. airports (Oct 16)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Protesting Lack of Contract (Oct 11)
 
· Arrest Announced in Claremont Shooting; Suspect Taken into Custody in Newport (Oct 4)
 
· Local Police, NHSP Investigate Connection between Claremont and Charlestown Cases (Oct 2)
 
· Tractor Trailer Accident in Grantham (Oct 2)
 
· Woman Wanted in Connection with Boat Landing Incident (Sep 24)
 
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
· Seven Days
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Candles, flashlights, no AC in Florida’s hurricane zone (Oct 21)
 
· Sales are brisk as Mega Millions jackpot hits $1.6 billion (Oct 21)
 
· Saudi account of Khashoggi killing is widely denounced (Oct 21)
 
· Caravan at Mexico-Guatemala border shrinks as migrants cross (Oct 21)
 
· Friends, colleagues honor Gene Connolly (Oct 21)
 
· Next deadline for the fate of Sears in Concord is coming fast (Oct 21)
 
· Police dog leads officers to wanted man hidden in walls (Oct 21)
 
· Youth suicide is a surging crisis in New Hampshire (Oct 20)
 
· Finding Hope: Holly Fenn wants you to know about her son Dalton (Oct 20)
 
· Concord police investigate stabbing at South Main Street bar (Oct 20)
 
WCAX
· Fire at Vermont Country Store warehouse ()
 
· Overcoming obstacles ()
 
· Second suspect wanted in prayer house robbery ()
 
· Students from Japan meet the Governor ()
 
· Vermont Vaudeville back in Hardwick ()
 
· Parkland survivors weigh in on students' role in stopping school shootings ()
 
· Vermont lawmakers fight for your "Right to Repair" ()
 
· Bike path to the border in Newport ()
 
· Drivers warned to "Move Over" ()
 
· U.S.S. Vermont christened ()
 
VPR
· The Viral Obituary Of An Opioid Addict: 'She's Just One Face' Of The Epidemic (Oct 21)
 
· VPR Newscast for 10/19/18 at 6:04 p.m. (Oct 19)
 
· Debate 2018: Donovan and Willhoit, Candidates For Attorney General (Oct 19)
 
· Family Hopes Quechee Gorge Fence Prevents More Suicides (Oct 19)
 
· Bennington County State's Attorney Faces Challenge From Former Deputy (Oct 19)
 
· Campaign 2018: TJ Donovan Seeks A Second Term As Attorney General (Oct 19)
 
· After Police Shooting In Pownal, Man In Critical Condition (Oct 19)
 
· Dr. Jill Warrington Calls For The ‘Healing Power Of Compassion’ In Opioid Fight (Oct 19)
 
· Preschoolers Head Outdoors For 'Forest Day In The NEK' (Oct 18)
 
· McCallum: Elder Writers Circle (Oct 18)
 
NHPR
· To Serve, Protect, And Entertain? For Police Depts, Social Media Can Be A Slippery Slope (Oct 20)
 
· 'Bugs Bunny' Numbers: Mega Millions Jackpot Soars to $1.6 Billion (Oct 20)
 
· Black Heritage Trail Of New Hampshire Honors Artist Ashley Bryan (Oct 19)
 
· Molly Kelly Outlines Investment In Education, Small Businesses (Oct 19)
 
· Laconia Police Stages Active Shooter Training at Middle School (Oct 19)
 
· As SEA Union Prepares For Convention, Lawsuit Threatens Solidarity (Oct 19)
 
· Jaffrey Conference Celebrates Willa Cather's New Hampshire Connection (Oct 19)
 
· Edwards and Pappas Spar on Social Security at AARP Forum (Oct 19)
 
· 40 N.H. Residents Become U.S. Citizens (Oct 19)
 
· Judge Hears Arguments Over Secret List of Police With Potential Credibility Issues (Oct 19)
 
Vermont state government
· Important Deadline Nears for those Enrolled in Current Use Program (Oct 17)
 
· Health Department Announces New Safe Needle Disposal Resource Hub (Oct 17)
 
· Oct. 15 Deadline for Multiple Tax Types and Programs (Oct 12)
 
· Emerald Ash Borer Detected in Grand Isle County (Oct 12)
 
· Capital Equipment Assistance Program Funding Available (Oct 11)
 
· Second Annual Innovation Spaces Conference to Provide Expertise, Support for Vermont Entrepreneurs (Oct 11)
 
· Vermont Agency of Education Releases 2018 Smarter Balanced Assessment Results (Oct 10)
 
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