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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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The Annual GFC July BBQ
July 27, 2017, Thursday
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Rockingham Rec Center; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
July 28, 2017, Friday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Greater Falls Farmers' Market
July 28, 2017, Friday
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Hetty Green Park; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Rock Voices 80s Summer Concert
July 28, 2017, Friday
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Brattleboro Union High School; Brattleboro, VT
 
The Seamus Egan Project
July 28, 2017, Friday
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Next Stage; Putney, VT
 
The Healing Harp
July 29, 2017, Saturday
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Stone Church Arts; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Southern Vermont Idol
July 30, 2017, Sunday
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Three Squares Vermont (3SVT)
July 31, 2017, Monday
Announcement
Vermont; Vermont
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
August 1, 2017, Tuesday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Brattleboro Downtown Farmers' Market
August 1, 2017, Tuesday
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Brattleboro Downtown Farmers' Market; Brattleboro
 

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The Walpolean
· Walpole Clarion On-Line (Jul 26)
 
· Monadnock Farm Tour – 8/26/17 (Jul 26)
 
· Summer Teenager Employment Opportunity (Jul 24)
 
· Zoning Board Meeting Minutes – 1/19/17 (Jul 24)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 7/13/17 (Jul 24)
 
Eagle Times
· 'He was a visionary' (Jul 26)
 
· City interviewing for new business development specialist (Jul 26)
 
· Man arrested for multiple Townshend burglaries (Jul 26)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Gov. Scott appoints new climate change commission, says economy comes first (Jul 26)
 
· Golf for a Cause winners announced, sponsors thanked (Jul 26)
 
· John M. Narkiewicz, Jr., 1936 – 2017 (Jul 26)
 
· Victim of barn fire has been identified (Jul 26)
 
· Springfield Dam Run supports local charities and groups (Jul 26)
 
· Bellows Falls Area seniors share their wisdom (Jul 26)
 
· Joel Slutsky leaves The Shopper (Jul 26)
 
· Daire Gibney joins Barrett & Valley Associates Inc. (Jul 26)
 
· Social Security claiming strategies for married couples (Jul 26)
 
· The Potter and the Clay (Jul 26)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Veteran’s Care Stymied by Lack of Staff at White River Junction VA (Jul 27)
 
· Summer Park Housing Proposal Moves Ahead (Jul 27)
 
· Vt. Airport Celebrates  90th Anniversary of Flight (Jul 27)
 
· Trump Talks Privately About a Recess  Appointment to Replace Sessions (Jul 27)
 
· Study Finds E-Cigarettes Might Help Smokers Quit (Jul 27)
 
· House Panel Will Ask for Documents  On Comey, Clinton (Jul 27)
 
· Support Grows For ‘Skinny’ Health Repeal (Jul 27)
 
· VA Official to Meet Whistleblowers (Jul 27)
 
· Trump  To Ban Trans Troops (Jul 27)
 
· Cities and Towns Make Plans for State Transportation Funding (Jul 27)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Pumpkin festival clears committee hurdle (Jul 27)
 
· Residents forced by court order to vacate Winchester property (Jul 26)
 
· From the files July 26, 2017 (Jul 26)
 
· Keene mayor wades into national, global issues (Jul 26)
 
· Bulletin board July 26, 2017 (Jul 26)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, July 26, 2017 (Jul 26)
 
· Winchester man charged with breaking into church (Jul 26)
 
· Committee may vote on scaled-down version of Keene Pumpkin Festival tonight (Jul 26)
 
· Maine man faces dozen charges in connection with Vermont break-ins (Jul 26)
 
· Let rhododendrons color your hike (Jul 26)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Vermont Yankee concerns 'unfounded,' companies say (Jul 26)
 
· Brattleboro's new police station gets finishing touches (Jul 26)
 
· Police Log (Jul 26)
 
· Deerfield Valley Blueberry Festival celebrates 10 years (Jul 26)
 
· For Ben & Jerry's, small hint of herbicide sparks big headache (Jul 26)
 
· Brattleboro police identify woman struck and killed on Western Avenue (Jul 26)
 
· Movie tour to honor Vermont author Howard Frank Mosher (Jul 26)
 
· Newfane resident lays groundwork for elephant sanctuary in Sri Lanka (Jul 26)
 
· New subsidized housing proposed for former Austine campus (Jul 26)
 
· Maine man suspected of multiple break-ins (Jul 26)
 
Springfield VT News
· Springfield Dam Run supports local charities and groups (Jul 27)
 
· Springfield slaughterhouse settles with state over livestock handling violations (Jul 27)
 
· Vt. airport celebrates 90th anniversary of flight (Jul 27)
 
· Video: Famed aviator Charles Lindbergh's visit to Vermont celebrated (Jul 27)
 
· Photos: Lindbergh Day at Hartness Airport (Jul 27)
 
· Hartness State Airport to observe Lindbergh landing in Springfield, 1927 (Jul 26)
 
· Lindbergh’s daughter to visit Springfield for ‘Spirit’ 90th anniversary (Jul 26)
 
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Jul 26)
 
· Pasture pals (Jul 26)
 
· Town, community leaders talk projects at annual meeting (Jul 26)
 
Chester Telegraph
· VSP looks for thief of skidder chains in Jamaica (Jul 25)
 
· Chester board OKs old waste district fund disbursement (Jul 25)
 
· Weston Playhouse directing trio to step down next year (Jul 24)
 
· Sign stolen from Westminster business overnight (Jul 23)
 
· Andover Select Board agenda for July 24, 2017 (Jul 21)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· VT Teens Crash in Walpole (Jul 24)
 
· Two Injured in Walpole Crash (Jul 23)
 
· Man Leads Police on Chase in Lebanon (Jul 22)
 
· Details of Charlestown Motor Vehicle Collision Released (Jul 5)
 
· Details of Lake Sunapee Drowning Released (Jul 2)
 
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· ‘Deaf ears’ no longer as veterans confront new director at Manchester VA (Jul 27)
 
· Volunteers to pick lowly weeds atop region's highest peak (Jul 27)
 
· Civilian video answers some questions, raises others in I-89 shooting (Jul 27)
 
· Former fire chief to be honored decades after his death (Jul 27)
 
· Officials warn of high levels of bacteria in Henniker ponds (Jul 27)
 
· Ohio puts child killer to death in 1st execution in 3 years (Jul 26)
 
· Police: One-armed, machete-wielding clown arrested (Jul 26)
 
· Amazon goes on hiring spree as labor market tightens (Jul 26)
 
· Wildfires force evacuation of 12,000 in French Riviera towns (Jul 26)
 
· Venezuela opposition leader urges public, army to strike (Jul 26)
 
WCAX
· ‘Deaf ears’ no longer as veterans confront new director at Manchester VA (Jul 27)
 
· Volunteers to pick lowly weeds atop region's highest peak (Jul 27)
 
· Civilian video answers some questions, raises others in I-89 shooting (Jul 27)
 
· Former fire chief to be honored decades after his death (Jul 27)
 
· Officials warn of high levels of bacteria in Henniker ponds (Jul 27)
 
· Ohio puts child killer to death in 1st execution in 3 years (Jul 26)
 
· Police: One-armed, machete-wielding clown arrested (Jul 26)
 
· Amazon goes on hiring spree as labor market tightens (Jul 26)
 
· Wildfires force evacuation of 12,000 in French Riviera towns (Jul 26)
 
· Venezuela opposition leader urges public, army to strike (Jul 26)
 
VPR
· Levin: Living Among Blacklegged Ticks (Jul 26)
 
· Saint-Gobain Drops Its Lawsuit Over Vermont's Safe Drinking Water Standard For PFOA (Jul 26)
 
· Vermont Delegation Decries Trump's Ban On Transgender People Serving In The Military (Jul 26)
 
· Springfield Slaughterhouse Settles With State Over Livestock Handling Violations (Jul 26)
 
· In A Renovated Burlington Motel, Group Aims To Improve Health And Reduce Homelessness (Jul 26)
 
· Kornbluh: Remembering the ADA (Jul 26)
 
· 'Just Kind Of Creepy': Gnat Invasion Hits Windham County (Jul 26)
 
· When Modern Mores Collide With History (Jul 26)
 
· Taking The Pulse Of Vermont's Tech Industry (Jul 26)
 
· Illustrator Hosts Cartoon Fellowship In N.H. Home Where J.D. Salinger Lived (Jul 25)
 
NHPR
· From ‘Sewer’ to Beautiful: Paddling 400 Miles on New England's Longest River (Jul 26)
 
· Sununu Announces Details Of $30 Million Road Grants (Jul 26)
 
· Staff Shortages Delay Opening Of New Women's Prison (Jul 26)
 
· Democrat Cavanaugh Wins State Senate Special Election (Jul 26)
 
· Manchester Airport Gets Federal Dollars for Infrastructure Work (Jul 25)
 
· Portsmouth Man Arrested In Connection With Attack Outside Planet Fitness Gym (Jul 25)
 
· Amid Federal Probe, Manchester VA To Hold Town Hall Meeting Wednesday (Jul 25)
 
· Charlestown Pushes Back in Firefighting Mutual Aid Suit (Jul 24)
 
· Hassan Criticizes GOP Health Bill, and Trump Administration's 'Sabotage' of Obamacare (Jul 24)
 
· Town Of Durham May Establish Indigenous Peoples' Day (Jul 24)
 
VTDigger
· Bennington residents press officials for more action on PFOA (Jul 27)
 
· Sanders leads debate opposition on Obamacare repeal (Jul 27)
 
· Residents affected by PFOA vow to continue class action lawsuit (Jul 27)
 
· Trump transgender military ban draws civilian ire in Vermont (Jul 27)
 
· Controversy continues, but Pownal chooses five projects to pursue (Jul 26)
 
· Conversion of motel to housing for homeless is complete (Jul 26)
 
· Anthony Pollina: Middle class needs tax reform, not budget cuts (Jul 26)
 
· Treatment center in Rutland moving closer to downtown (Jul 26)
 
· Tom Hughes: Scott’s commission must explore carbon pollution pricing (Jul 26)
 
· Rob Roper: Allowing illegal votes is voter suppression (Jul 26)
 
· Judge rejects release bid for Mount Tabor murder suspect (Jul 26)
 
· Busy Burlington intersection to get temporary makeover (Jul 26)
 
· New housing to continue Brattleboro’s Irene recovery (Jul 26)
 
· For Ben & Jerry’s, hint of herbicide sparks big headache (Jul 26)
 
Seven Days VT
· Soundbites: Twiddle Me This; Ramble Strip (Jul 26)
 
· Movie Review: Weirdness Isn't Enough to Justify 'Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets' (Jul 26)
 
· Philanthropist William Miner Powered the North Country (Jul 26)
 
· Movie Review: Don't Expect Any Miracles From 'Dunkirk' (Jul 26)
 
· Crossword (7/26/17) (Jul 26)
 
· Vermont's Agricultural Hall of Fame Honors Famous Farmers (Jul 26)
 
· Monica Rivard and Dave Kennedy Question the Ways of Photography (Jul 26)
 
· License to Ill: Is the Vermont DMV up to the Job? (Jul 26)
 
· Album Review: Twiddle, 'PLUMP (Chapters 1 & 2)' (Jul 26)
 
· Will North Country Voters Repeal and Replace Congresswoman Elise Stefanik? (Jul 26)
 
· Adirondack Stewards Maintain Peak Order (Jul 26)
 
· A Multicultural Quartet Encamps at Fletcher Free Library (Jul 26)
 
· The Adirondack Issue, 2017 (Jul 26)
 
· Author, Author! Bookstock Presents Jabari Asim and More (Jul 26)
 
Vermont Press Bureau
· Scott: Senate health care vote is ‘disappointing’ (Jul 25)
 
· Leahy, Sanders vote no, but Senate moves to debate ACA repeal (Jul 25)
 
· Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont seeks $10.3 million from state (Jul 20)
 
· Election Commission data request on hold pending lawsuit (Jul 11)
 
· AG Donovan reviewing request for voter information (Jul 6)
 
· Sanders to seek Medicare for all plan (Jul 6)
 
· Scott picks Rep. Adam Greshin as Finance commissioner (Jun 29)
 
Business Vermont
· Grace Cottage Hospital CEO announces his retirement (Jul 21)
 
· Localfolk is the latest to tap into Vermont’s craft beer culture (Jul 21)
 
· Killington becoming hot real estate market (Jul 21)
 
· Condos selected president of secretaries of state group (Jul 21)
 
· Vermont Law School welcomes new president and dean   (Jul 21)
 
· Child earns Fellow status in physician recruiter network (Jul 21)
 
· Vermont sends a love note to Canadian tourists (Jul 21)
 
Vermont state government
· Vermont's Weatherization Program Awarded the 2017 HUD Secretary's Healthy Homes Award (Jul 25)
 
· Grassland Bird Populations in Decline in Vermont (Jul 25)
 
· There's Something for Everyone At Vermont's Fairs and Field Days (Jul 21)
 
· Mosquito Pools Test Positive for West Nile Virus (Jul 21)
 
· 2017 Vermont Agricultural Hall of Fame Inductees Announced (Jul 21)
 
· Family Fun & Field Day, Moose Lottery -- July 29, Barre (Jul 20)
 
· Mount Independence to Host Book Launch Celebration (Jul 20)