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Mid-River Bulletin Board
Public-powered events calendar & bulletin board
for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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Monday Morning Children’s Theater
July 23, 2018, Monday
Mondays through August 13
Claremont Opera House; Claremont, NH
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
July 24, 2018, Tuesday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
"Meet the Artists" event
July 25, 2018, Wednesday
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Ash Hill Center for the Arts; Swanzey NH
 
Trans Book Group
July 25, 2018, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Root Social Justice Center; Brattleboro, VT
 
"Meet the Artists" event
July 27, 2018, Friday
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Ash Hill Center for the Arts; Swanzey NH
 
Greater Falls Farmers' Market
July 27, 2018, Friday
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Hetty Green Park; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Townshend Farmers' Market
July 27, 2018, Friday
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
West Townshend Farmers Market; West Townshend, VT
 
Bruce Mandel
July 27, 2018, Friday
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Wardsboro Town Hall; Wardsboro, VT
 
The Walpole Junior Players Present “Happily Never After”
July 27, 2018, Friday
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Walpole Common; Walpole, NH
 
Walpole Historical Society Museum
July 28, 2018, Saturday
Open Saturdays noon to 4 through October 13
Walpole Historical Society; Walpole, NH
 

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The Walpolean
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 6/12/18 (Jul 21)
 
· Revised Zoning Board Agenda – 7/18/18 (Jul 16)
 
· Planning Board Meeting Minutes – 7/10/18 (Jul 13)
 
· Select Board Meeting Minutes – 7/5/18 (Jul 13)
 
· Hooper Trustees Meeting Minutes – 7/5/18 (Jul 13)
 
Eagle Times
· Cornish Fair seeks historical photos for project (Jul 21)
 
· Charlestown Senior Center news (Jul 21)
 
· Springfield Senior Center news (Jul 21)
 
· Conserving water now is key for widespread N.H. drought (Jul 21)
 
· Claremont bridge and cribbage results (Jul 21)
 
· Ludlow Rotary Club enjoys annual picnic (Jul 21)
 
· Newport Senior Center news (Jul 21)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· The 10th annual Blue Flames concert and community picnic (Jul 21)
 
· Beyond the notes (Jul 21)
 
· Fletcher Farm School announces August classes (Jul 21)
 
· Susan Rockwell receives Robert Frost award (Jul 21)
 
· Heald Auditorium stage gets a major face-lift (Jul 21)
 
· THIS & THAT (Jul 21)
 
· The 8th annual Cavendish town wide tag sale (Jul 21)
 
· Join us for 80th annual August Supper on the Lawn (Jul 21)
 
· Okemo Valley TV announces 2018 award winners (Jul 20)
 
· Venu Rao met with Chester Rotary (Jul 20)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Candidate Won’t Release Taxes (Jul 21)
 
· Senior Housing Plan Approved (Jul 21)
 
· Windsor Town Clerk Announces Plan to Resign Position in August (Jul 21)
 
· Enfield Supports Saving  Town House (Jul 21)
 
· It’s Bloom Time for Rare, Hidden Rhododendron (Jul 21)
 
· Study: Marijuana Legalization Lets Police Focus on Other Crimes (Jul 21)
 
· Report Slams Centers For Migrant Children (Jul 21)
 
· Ohio State: 100 Ex-Students Accuse Team Doctor (Jul 21)
 
· Trump Heightens Tariff Threat (Jul 21)
 
· Revelations of U.S. Cardinal Sex Abuse Will Force Pope’s Hand (Jul 21)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Area producers caught in crossfire of global trade spat (Jul 21)
 
· Congresswoman moderates Keene talk on workforce challenges (Jul 21)
 
· From the files, July 21, 2018 (Jul 21)
 
· Cantwell barred from Virginia after pleading guilt (Jul 21)
 
· Bulletin board July 21, 2018 (Jul 21)
 
· Keene pig farm adds dry salami product line (Jul 21)
 
· Grease fire damages Walpole home (Jul 21)
 
· Vegan cheese company moving to Peterborough (Jul 21)
 
· Keene group to host restaurant week (Jul 21)
 
· Extraordinary Women event slated for Aug. 30; 14 to be honored (Jul 21)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Senate forum: differences in life experience, not issues (Jul 20)
 
· Purple Heart returned to family (Jul 20)
 
· Tapestry program closing in Brattleboro, seeks move to Bellows Falls (Jul 20)
 
· Townshend says no to zoning study (Jul 20)
 
· Winter Farmers Market on the move (Jul 20)
 
· 3SquaresVT offering summer assistance (Jul 20)
 
· River Garden Brown Bag Lunch series continues (Jul 20)
 
· Man on a mission to preserve history (Jul 19)
 
· Attorney seeks Barnes' fingerprints (Jul 19)
 
· Company president too late for testimony (Jul 19)
 
Springfield VT News
· Video: Interview with Keith Stern (Jul 21)
 
· Lazy Days of Summer Sale at North School Saturday (Jul 19)
 
· Steampunk Society awards $1,000 scholarship to Nicholas Sharpe (Jul 19)
 
· Golf tournament raises $21,500 to support youth vocational services (Jul 19)
 
· Springfield Players will present 'Steel Magnolias' (Jul 19)
 
· Linda Thomson receives Hartwick College President's Award (Jul 18)
 
· Next Start Your Own Business Workshop on 7/26 in Springfield (Jul 18)
 
· Windsor County race for Senate may be state’s new bellwether (Jul 18)
 
· Library Board rejects proposed Mt. Ascutney name change (Jul 18)
 
· Scott behind 2016 fundraising pace; competitors trail far behind (Jul 17)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Woman drowns trying to rescue grandson (Jul 21)
 
· Troopers investigate overnight thefts from vehicles (Jul 19)
 
· Andover Select Board agenda for July 23, 2018 (Jul 19)
 
· Derry residents seek action on decrepit buildings (Jul 18)
 
· Resistance to Tierney Road quarry continues; tax rates set in Cavendish (Jul 18)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Medication Recall Alert for Valsartan (Jul 19)
 
· Claremont Properties Being Physically Assessed (Jul 16)
 
· Road Woes… (Jul 14)
 
· 2014 Claremont Restaurant Fire Results in Arson Conviction (Jul 12)
 
· Main Street Construction Update (Jul 10)
 
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
· Seven Days
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Concord Town Crier for July 22, 2018 (Jul 21)
 
· Town Crier for July 22, 2018 (Jul 21)
 
· Branson, Mo., mourns after duck boat sinks, killing 17 (Jul 21)
 
· Residents pick through rubble in Iowa after tornadoes (Jul 21)
 
· Two N.H. motorcyclists die in separate accidents (Jul 21)
 
· Ohio State: 100 ex-students report sex misconduct by doctor (Jul 21)
 
· FBI: Laconia man sentenced for seeling meth (Jul 21)
 
· Man accused of attempted murder wants statements tossed by judge (Jul 20)
 
· Pediatrician disciplined for incorrectly placing breathing tube in newborn (Jul 20)
 
· Cyanobacteria found at New Pond in Canterbury (Jul 20)
 
WCAX
· Drowning in Londonderry ()
 
· Swimmer dies after diving into shallow water ()
 
· Pedestrian killed in Claremont, N.H. ()
 
· Fatal crash on Route 12 in Elmore ()
 
· Vail to face tough questions over Mount Sunapee purchase ()
 
· White Mountains artist in residence invites walkers ()
 
· Police find gun hidden in car ()
 
· Firefighter donates pit road earnings to hospital ()
 
· Young girl makes history swimming across Lake Memphremagog ()
 
· Vermont Mozart Festival underway ()
 
VPR
· Union Nurses At Brattleboro Retreat Push Back On Schedule Changes (Jul 20)
 
· Resilient Woodstock Weekly Still Delivers Paper After Fire Guts Offices (Jul 20)
 
· Vermont Health Department Installing Free Sunscreen Dispensers At 11 State Parks (Jul 20)
 
· Week Of Trump Reversals Puts 2018 Election Security In The Spotlight (Jul 20)
 
· State Auditor Report Says Impact Of Vermont's Business Incentives Is Hard To Measure (Jul 19)
 
· Campaign 2018: Gov. Phil Scott Makes His Case For A Second Term (Jul 19)
 
· Cellist Zoë Keating's Music Helps Her Move Forward After Loss (Jul 19)
 
· Train Sculpture Honoring Waterbury History Will Make Extended Stop In Town (Jul 19)
 
· Mares: Fly Fishing The Connecticut (Jul 19)
 
· Slayton: Bierstadt Painting Comes Home (Jul 19)
 
NHPR
· There's a Rhododendron Bloom Report, And It Is Awesome (Jul 21)
 
· The Bookshelf: Donald Hall Holds Nothing Back In Final Collection (Jul 20)
 
· It's NASCAR Weekend, And That Means Heavy Traffic In N.H. (Jul 20)
 
· Shaheen Visits N.H. Mead Maker Getting Drained By Trump Trade War (Jul 20)
 
· N.H. Lawmakers Finalize Language of Special Session Sales Tax Bill (Jul 20)
 
· Franklin Passes School Budget, Some Parents Think Of Leaving (Jul 19)
 
· ACLU Of N.H. Holds 'Know Your Rights' Training In Response To I-93 Immigration Checkpoints (Jul 19)
 
· Department of Environmental Services Hosts Public Tours of Air Monitoring Stations (Jul 18)
 
· UNH Picks Up Production of "What is New Hampshire" Public Policy Publication (Jul 18)
 
· Craig Nominates New Leader for Manchester-Boston Airport (Jul 18)
 
Vermont state government
· Act 11 (Special Session): Making Tax Credits for Charitable Contributions Available to all Vermont Taxpayers (Jul 20)
 
· Vermont's Reporting Requirements for Storage or Use of Hazardous Materials or Pesticides in the Workplace (Jul 17)
 
· State of Vermont to Award $4 Million in School Safety Grants to Strengthen Security Infrastructure (Jul 16)
 
· Help Inform Vermont's Clean Water Budget! (Jul 11)
 
· Health Department Updates Health Advisory for PFAS (Jul 10)
 
· Public Meeting on Emerald Ash Borer to Feature 'Slow-the-Spread' Recommendations (Jul 9)
 
· New Legislation Impacting Short-Term Rental Operators (Jul 9)
 
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