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COMMUNITY RADIO FOR VERMONT & NEW HAMPSHIRE

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In addition to the website tweak, there’s a couple exciting new listening options to let you know about. Most restreaming services capitalize on aggregating free radio streams like ours by selling their own ads. The extra visibility is probably good for us, and we do have listeners that regularly use services like TuneIn, so we wouldn’t do anything to stop it even if we could. But there’s a new one from the Netherlands called Radio.Garden that we’re proud to be part of. It lets you explore live internet radio streams from all over the world by spinning a globe. It’s absolutely delightful. Of course we don’t want you to tune away from WOOL-FM, but good golly is this thing ever cool. Check it out.

And in addition to that, we’ve cooked up a couple alternative web streams that sound fantastic — better than FM, and better than our MP3 stream — plus one that doesn’t sound great, but uses a trickle of bandwidth if you’re streaming on a phone (which doesn’t sound great anyway) and have a data cap. Open the WOOLplayer Window and see about ’em.



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Mid-River Bulletin Board
Public-powered events calendar & bulletin board
for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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Lead Paint Safety Courses
January 18, 2017
12 am - 11:59 pm
Brattleboro Memorial Hospital; Brattleboro, VT
 
Il Trovatore
January 20, 2017
7 pm - 8:30 pm
Latchis Theatre; Brattleboro, VT
 
Painting the Winter Landscape in Watercolor
January 21, 2017
9:30 am - 4 pm
Gallery at the VAULT; Springfield
 
The Page Turners
January 21, 2017
7:30 pm - 9 pm
Immanuel Episcopal Church; Bellows Falls, VT
 
The Snaz
January 21, 2017
7:30 pm - 9 pm
Main Street Arts; Saxtons River, VT
 
Winterpills and Antje Duvekot
January 21, 2017
7:30 pm - 10 pm
Next Stage; Putney, VT
 
Il Trovatore
January 22, 2017
2 pm - 3:30 pm
Latchis Theatre; Brattleboro, VT
 
Pushing the Limits: Reading, Viewing, and Discussion series
January 23, 2017
6 pm - 6:30 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
The Bill of Rights and You
January 24, 2017
12 am - 11:59 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Volunteer at the Historic Bellows Falls Union Station
January 25, 2017
12 am - 11:59 pm
Train Depot; Bellows Falls, VT
 
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The Walpolean
· Library Closed – 1/18/17 (Jan 18)
 
· Zoning Board Meeting Agenda – 1/18/17 (Jan 17)
 
· Clarion Deadline Reminder – 1/23/17 (Jan 17)
 
· Community Grange Meeting – 1/17/16 (Jan 17)
 
Eagle Times
· Bill seeks to stabilize state aid for schools (Jan 18)
 
· Finance committee approves proposed budget (Jan 18)
 
· Planned Parenthood to be newest provider at Parks Place (Jan 17)
 
· Area law enforcement oppose concealed carry bill (Jan 17)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Fellows promoted to lieutenant colonel in Civil Air Patrol ceremony (Jan 18)
 
· Walker Bridge will be closing this June (Jan 18)
 
· Green Mountain Chieftains win against Black River Presidents (Jan 18)
 
· Winterpills and Antje Duvekot to perform at Next Stage (Jan 17)
 
· Remembering Gale Peck (Jan 17)
 
· Fiber therapy can help chase away the winter blahs (Jan 17)
 
Valley News
· Second Armed Robbery This Week Reported in Hartford (Jan 18)
 
· Fairlee Seeks to Renovate Historic Town Hall Building (Jan 18)
 
· New Dresden Leader Returns to His Roots (Jan 18)
 
· Plainfield Library Defends Vote (Jan 18)
 
· D-H Names Interim Chief for New Hampshire Hospital in Concord (Jan 18)
 
· Trump Transition Winning No Popularity Points (Jan 18)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
· Swanzey police investigating vandalism to covered bridge (Jan 18)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Jan. 18, 2017 (Jan 18)
 
· Former Hinsdale planning board member sentenced to prison on child porn charge (Jan 18)
 
· From the files, Jan. 18, 2017 (Jan 18)
 
· Bulletin board Jan. 18, 2017 (Jan 18)
 
· Mulitmillion-dollar renovation project pitched for Hinsdale Elementary School (Jan 18)
 
· Keene resident to take helm of Massachusetts community college (Jan 18)
 
· Students transferred after Keene Middle School bus breaks down (Jan 18)
 
· Former Hinsdale Planning Board member sentenced to 3 years in prison (Jan 17)
 
· Court log, Nov. 15, 2016, Part 2 (Jan 17)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
· Unique sound at River Garden (Jan 18)
 
· Lawsuit revealsintricacies of bitcoin scheme (Jan 18)
 
· Artist Wolf Kahn honored for global reach (Jan 18)
 
· Wilmington and state agree on rumble strips (Jan 18)
 
· Look Road bridge construction begins (Jan 18)
 
· Raising funds for Burton snowboard sculpture (Jan 18)
 
· GMMT: New Complications in Dummerston Revote (Jan 18)
 
· GMMT: Tuesday news show for Jan. 17 (Jan 18)
 
· Hermit Thrush Brewery hopes to expand (Jan 17)
 
· Future of Windham Solid Waste Management District could be composting (Jan 17)
 
Springfield VT News
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Jan 18)
 
· Man charged with sex assault (Jan 18)
 
· A Nobel Peace Prize winner dropped 26,000 bombs In 2016 (Jan 18)
 
· Kidnap and assault charges are denied (Jan 18)
 
· Voters to speak out on town initiative (Jan 18)
 
· SEVCA offers help with getting food benefits through 3SquaresVT (Jan 18)
 
· New instrument to honor late music teacher’s legacy (Jan 17)
 
· Springfield tries to grapple with too much trash (Jan 17)
 
· Fiber therapy can help chase away the winter blahs (Jan 17)
 
· Belladonna Spa: Springfield’s new oasis (Jan 17)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Act 46 panel reverses course, looks at ‘scenarios’ to save BRHS, meets in Chester tonight (Jan 18)
 
· CAES assembly suits kids to a T (Jan 18)
 
· Special Chester Select Board hearing for Jan. 19, 2017 (Jan 17)
 
· Chester officer disarms shovel-wielding woman (Jan 17)
 
· Wooden salt shed to be put on Derry Town Meeting ballot;Transfer Station fee hike proposed (Jan 17)
 
Nashua Telegraph
· Apparent self-immolation stopped by bystanders (Jan 18)
 
· Thomas is still puzzling C’s foes (Jan 18)
 
· Twice around the block; Trump’s 1st home up for auction for 2nd time in 3 months (Jan 18)
 
· Patriots enjoy edge at Gillette (Jan 18)
 
· Tomlin chides ‘foolish’ Brown (Jan 18)
 
· North girls shake off South for 56-35 victory (Jan 18)
 
· Guertin girls drub Bedford (Jan 18)
 
· Positive Street Art plans birthday shindig (Jan 18)
 
Concord Monitor
· Weare Pack 24 holds annual Pinewood Derby (Jan 18)
 
· People for Jan. 18, 2017 (Jan 18)
 
· Share-A-Haircut for those in need (Jan 18)
 
· Christmas season was a success (Jan 18)
 
· ‘Godspell’ a great show for all ages (Jan 18)
 
· University of Rhode Island honor roll (Jan 18)
 
· Dunbarton Elementary School wins grant (Jan 18)
 
· Henry Currid is born (Jan 18)
 
Union Leader
· Former opponent Edelblut tapped by Sununu for top education post (Jan 18)
 
· Year later, more delays in trial of Mass. man charged with gearing up for murder (Jan 18)
 
· Manchester tax cap number set at 1.2 percent (Jan 18)
 
· Speeding through snow and slush lands Laconia woman in hot water (Jan 18)
 
· NH licenses sport new look - for the better? (Jan 18)
 
· Gunman hobbles away from Spruce St. shooting second shooting hours later on Dubuque St. (Jan 18)
 
· NH unemployment rate dips (Jan 18)
 
· Nashua Rite Aid employee charged in thefts from store (Jan 18)
 
WCAX
· BB gun vandal hits Burlington cars (Jan 18)
 
· New creativity center opens in Burlington (Jan 18)
 
· MiVT: Weathersfield inventor revolutionizes cheese industry (Jan 18)
 
· Unemployment rate down slightly for December (Jan 18)
 
· Trump, Gov. Cuomo discuss tax policy, health care law repeal (Jan 18)
 
· Vt. prosecutor who disarmed shooter stops carrying gun to work (Jan 18)
 
· Insurance equality? States push for cost-free vasectomies (Jan 18)
 
· Pink police patches support fight against breast cancer (Jan 18)
 
· Sanders grills Trump's education pick (Jan 18)
 
· St. Johnsbury working on details of prison work-camp expansion (Jan 18)
 
· Council approves 15 percent pay raise for NH prison nurses (Jan 18)
 
· In letter, 9 attorneys general urge rejection of EPA nominee (Jan 18)
 
· Just-installed smoke detectors credited with saving 4 lives (Jan 18)
 
· Sununu taps former rival Edelblut to lead education dept. (Jan 18)
 
VPR
· Living In The Era Of Fake News (Jan 18)
 
· VPR Is Going To Jordan. What Do You Want To Know About The Refugee Experience? (Jan 18)
 
· Kittredge: Bystander No More (Jan 18)
 
· State Board Of Ed Will Look At Private School Rules Friday (Jan 18)
 
· State Board Of Education Approves Four More Act 46 Plans (Jan 18)
 
· Environmental Groups Urge Sanders, Leahy To Oppose Trump's Science-Denying EPA Pick (Jan 17)
 
· In Vermont And Beyond, Where Does The F-35 Program Stand? (Jan 17)
 
· In Montpelier, A Debate Over The Role Of A Proposed Ethics Commission (Jan 17)
 
· Watts: The Gas Tax (Jan 17)
 
· Schubart: A Stunning Contrast (Jan 17)
 
VTDigger
· Rutland area NAACP makes supporting students a priority (Jan 18)
 
· Education board approves plan for massive all-choice district (Jan 18)
 
· Councilors want a pause in home buyouts near airport (Jan 18)
 
· Lawsuit reveals intricacies of GAW Miners bitcoin scheme (Jan 18)
 
· State treasurer: Property owners should pick up tab for Lake Champlain cleanup (Jan 18)
 
· Scott skips Trump inauguration (Jan 18)
 
· Ashe argues for starting with ‘achievable’ ethics commission (Jan 18)
 
· Report: DPS advocacy worth hundreds of millions to Vermont (Jan 18)
 
· Nominating Board reopening applications for high court seat (Jan 18)
 
· John Brumsted: Uncertainty won’t sidetrack success of working together (Jan 17)
 
· John McClaughry: What to expect for health care reform (Jan 17)
 
· Bob Stannard: One way or another (Jan 17)
 
· ‘Grenon Group’ offers fixes for mental health crisis response (Jan 17)
 
· Vermont artist Wolf Kahn wins U.S. State Department honor (Jan 17)
 
Seven Days VT
· Document Details BHA Director's Departure Agreement (Jan 18)
 
· Clam, Sonnendruck (Jan 18)
 
· Wellness Issue — 2017 (Jan 18)
 
· Backs to the Wall: Vermont’s Sole Juvenile Lockup Is Hard Up for Cash (Jan 18)
 
· Trying Yoga on for (Plus) Size (Jan 18)
 
· Jackie (Jan 18)
 
· The Founder (Jan 18)
 
· Vermont Yoga Week 2017 (Jan 18)
 
· Village Embraces Rail in Bid to 'Put the Junction Back in the Junction' (Jan 18)
 
· Soundbites: Breath Support (Jan 18)
 
· Will Vermont Leaders Wage War Over Labor? (Jan 18)
 
· Crossword (1/18/17) (Jan 18)
 
· Vermont Pride Theater Looks Back on Politics of Exclusion (Jan 18)
 
· Mid Century Radio Saves Popular Oldies Format (Jan 18)
 
Local News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette