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Problem solving in painting and drawing
September 19, 2018, Wednesday
Workshop takes place on October 20
United Church (Bellows Falls); Bellows Falls, VT
Puppets in the Green Mountains Festival
September 20, 2018, Thursday
12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Brattleboro (various locations); Brattleboro, VT
Preschool Story Time
September 20, 2018, Thursday
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Putney Library; Putney, VT
Puppets in the Green Mountains Festival
September 21, 2018, Friday
12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Brattleboro (various locations); Brattleboro, VT
Grazing For Change
September 21, 2018, Friday
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Stonewall Farm; Keene, NH
Baby Story Time and Playgroup
September 21, 2018, Friday
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Putney Library; Putney, VT
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
September 21, 2018, Friday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
Townshend Farmers' Market
September 21, 2018, Friday
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
West Townshend Farmers Market; West Townshend, VT
Puppets in the Green Mountains Festival
September 22, 2018, Saturday
12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Brattleboro (various locations); Brattleboro, VT
Color and the pastel landscape
September 22, 2018, Saturday
Workshop takes place on October 6th
United Church (Bellows Falls); Bellows Falls, VT

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The Walpolean
· Freiends of the Library Book Sale (Sep 20)
· Planning Board Meeting Minutes – 9/11/18 (Sep 15)
· Coming Soon to Walpole (Sep 14)
· Select board Meeting Minutes – 9/6/18 (Sep 14)
· Hooper Trustees Meeting Minutes – 9/6/18 (Sep 14)
Eagle Times
· Fresh Flavors with Friends (Sep 20)
· Exquisite Eating (Sep 20)
· Fresh Flavors with Friends (Sep 20)
· Tips for an Active Outdoor Fall Season (Sep 20)
· Exquisite Eating (Sep 20)
· Tips for an Active Outdoor Fall Season (Sep 20)
· Simple, Satisfying Weeknight Solutions (Sep 20)
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Mad Dash foot race scheduled for Oct. 7 (Sep 20)
· Business Spotlight: Small Town Forge (Sep 20)
· Candidate’s statement: local government and education (Sep 19)
· Iva G. Fisher, 1915 – 2018 (Sep 19)
· A powerful myth (Sep 19)
· Chester Fall Craft Festival opens the autumn season (Sep 19)
· Bellows Falls Trustees discuss water bills (Sep 19)
· Beatrice DeGrasse (Sep 19)
· Leland & Gray is Josh Cole Tournament champion (Sep 19)
· This & That: The 24th annual Josh Cole Tournament (Sep 19)
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Vt. Man Charged  In Death at Truck Stop (Sep 20)
· Newbury Seeks OK to Avoid Merger (Sep 20)
· Claremont’s Assessor Defends Abatement Call (Sep 20)
· Primary Source: Ayotte Says Confirmation Process Now Highly Partisan (Sep 20)
· Haverhill Requests ATV Waiver for Town Trail (Sep 20)
· Area Fire Departments Get Grants (Sep 20)
· Lebanon Will Repair Tunnel (Sep 20)
· Hallquist Mum  On Tax Specifics (Sep 20)
· Vt. Dairy Farmers Receive Settlement (Sep 20)
· Probe Into Nominee Far From Impossible (Sep 20)
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· This day in history, Sept. 19, 2018 (Sep 19)
· Bulletin board Sept. 19, 2018 (Sep 19)
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Sept. 19, 2018 (Sep 19)
· Wild mare, adopted at Swanzey event, corralled after weeks on the lam (Sep 19)
· Peterborough gun club accused of illegally filling wetlands (Sep 19)
· Local volunteers respond to crises in Bay State, Carolinas (Sep 18)
· Former employees allege gender, age discrimination against Audrey's Café (Sep 18)
· Charlestown power outage caused by fallen tree (Sep 18)
· Sober home in Keene almost ready, open house scheduled for Sunday (Sep 18)
· Jaffrey-Rindge parents reiterate concerns over grading practices (Sep 18)
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· New Chapter founders start venture focused on skin care (Sep 20)
· Karvosky resigns (Sep 20)
· The Big EKurn Hattin band to march again (Sep 19)
· Overflow the Opera House hits high notes (Sep 19)
· Observation marks third in a row (Sep 19)
· Ordinance driven back to drawing board (Sep 19)
· Attorney says former BPD officer suing town 'misconstrued' disciplinary actions (Sep 19)
· Police captain seeks dismissal from lawsuit (Sep 19)
· NH man found guilty of sex crimes against minors faces 34-year sentence (Sep 19)
· House searched in connection with missing woman (Sep 19)
Springfield VT News
· New Incubator Aims to Grow Tech, Business Startups in Springfield (Sep 20)
· Sam Creigh opens UU Coffeehouse season (Sep 19)
· The Official ReThink911 Video (Sep 19)
· Curb Appeal Challenge selects winners (Sep 19)
· Comedy that raises money for local schools (Sep 19)
· Springfield gets $1 million for new gigabit economic initiative (Sep 19)
· Cosmos defeat Terriers (Sep 19)
· Springfield Hospital celebrates 105th anniversary with Great Hall exhibit (Sep 19)
· State funds will help pay for safety upgrade in all district schools (Sep 18)
· Why Steampunk in Springfield, Vt.? (Sep 17)
Chester Telegraph
· CAES restoration may stretch into November (Sep 19)
· Weston board continues to mull ash borer (Sep 19)
· Derry board to vote on Energy Plan Oct. 1 (Sep 19)
· State Board of Ed holds hearing Wednesday on Act 46 recommendations for S. Vermont (Sep 18)
· Bea DeGrasse, 86, longtime Chester resident, lived full life (Sep 17)
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Car Discovered in River off Claremont Boat Landing (Sep 16)
· Newport Man Dies in Sunapee Vehicular Accident (Sep 12)
· Go to Current Issue tab for Claremont Election Results (Sep 12)
· New Playground at Monadnock Park Open (Sep 7)
· Temporary Bus Service Substituting for Amtrak Vermonter Trains (Sep 7)
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
· Seven Days
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Pair charged with double voting in 2016 election (Sep 19)
· Woman who helped kidnap Elizabeth Smart released from prison (Sep 19)
· Hillsborough man accused of raping teen in Concord (Sep 19)
· State, conservation group preserve 24,000 acres of working forest (Sep 19)
· Trampoline park to open soon at Steeplegate Mall (Sep 19)
· After Concord forgives golf course debt, arena and airport may need funding next (Sep 19)
· Executive Council to consider hearing on pardon for convicted murderer Gary Place (Sep 19)
· Former CHS athlete found dead on Lincoln Financial property (Sep 19)
· Florence death toll climbs to 37; Trump visits stricken area (Sep 19)
· Granite Geek podcast: Squirrel explosion (or not?) (5 min) (Sep 19)
· Mice population booming in Vermont ()
· Nurses reach tentative agreement with UVM Medical Center ()
· Accused killer Donald Fell to take plea deal, avoid death penalty ()
· Rutland mother, son charged with abusing 85-year-old woman ()
· Driver charged in deadly 2017 pedestrian crash ()
· Families cry foul as Vermont out-of-state inmates move to Mississippi ()
· Vt. ACLU questions police use of drug recognition experts ()
· Vt. lawmakers discuss Vermont's sewage overflow problems ()
· Florence death toll climbs to 37; Pres. Trump visits stricken area ()
· Police: 3 injured, suspect dead in Wisconsin office attack ()
· Anti-Nuke Groups Concerned About Plans For Vermont Yankee's Radioactive Waste (Sep 19)
· Act 46 Enters Final Decision Period: State Education Board's Merger Plan Due By November (Sep 19)
· Vermont Will Send Out-Of-State Inmates To Private Mississippi Prison (Sep 19)
· Emotional Support Animals Raise Questions Of Policy And Public Space (Sep 19)
· Flooding At Chester-Andover Elementary Means Students All Head To High School (Sep 18)
· Leahy Accuses GOP Leaders Of Blocking Access To Key Information In Kavanaugh Case (Sep 18)
· Henningsen: The Voice Of The People (Sep 18)
· Hawks, Hurricanes And The Declining Numbers Of Raptors: The Fall Bird Migration Show (Sep 18)
· NAACP To Hold Political Forums In Vt. — But Most Major-Party Candidates Skipping Out (Sep 18)
· 'Last, Best And Final Offer': An Update On UVM Nurses' Union Negotiations (Sep 18)
· Is Paid Family Leave a Flashpoint in the N.H. Governor's Race? (Sep 19)
· Murals At The Currier Honor Manchester's Working Class Roots (Sep 19)
· Claremont Recovery Center to Host Open House, Ribbon Cutting Thursday (Sep 19)
· New Hampshire Agencies Concerned With New Cap On Refugees (Sep 19)
· Commission Holds Hearing on Mixed Use Options for Laconia State School Property (Sep 19)
· N.H. Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Defendants Who Can't Repay Legal Fees (Sep 19)
· Tariffs Add New Pain For Dairy Farms As Low Milk Prices Persist (Sep 19)
· Franconia College: An Experiment In The White Mountains That Changed A N.H. Town Forever (Sep 19)
· Taking a Toll: How N.H. Schools Can Help Students with Substance Use Issues (Sep 19)
· N.H. Judge Refuses Dismissal Of Lawsuit Against OxyContin Manufacturer (Sep 18)
Vermont state government
· Agency of Education Endorses National Center for Construction Education and Research Curriculum (Sep 18)
· Hunter Access Seminar for Vermont Landowners (Sep 18)
· Resources to Help Survivors of Hurricane Florence (Sep 17)
· State Partners with Local Fire Departments to Safely Get Rid of Toxic Fire-Fighting Foam (Sep 14)
· Governor Phil Scott Announces $2.4 Million in Grants for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (Sep 11)
· Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation Announces Grants Available for Outdoor Recreation Projects (Sep 10)
· Governor Phil Scott Announces iFundWomen Vermont Crowdfunding Platform and Pitch Competition for Women Entrepreneurs (Sep 10)
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