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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
August 17, 2018, Friday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Greater Falls Farmers' Market
August 17, 2018, Friday
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Hetty Green Park; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Tropical Heat : Queer Dance Party
August 17, 2018, Friday
9:00 pm - 11:59 pm
The Stone Church (Brattleboro); Brattleboro, VT
 
WOOL Block Party
August 18, 2018, Saturday
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Waypoint Center; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Samirah Evan's "Leo Party" w/ Trailer Park
August 18, 2018, Saturday
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Stone Church (Brattleboro); Brattleboro, VT
 
David Rosane & The Zookeepers
August 19, 2018, Sunday
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Stage 33 Live; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Vermont Commission on Women: the Listening Project
August 20, 2018, Monday
Help guide the work of VCW by answering a survey
Vermont; Vermont
 
Claremont Opera House historical acquisition campaign
August 21, 2018, Tuesday
Ongoing
Claremont Opera House; Claremont, NH
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
August 21, 2018, Tuesday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Scrabble!
August 22, 2018, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 am
Brooks Memorial Library; Brattleboro, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· Fund Raiser for Fall Mtn. Food Shelf – 8/19/18 (Aug 10)
 
· Zoning Board Agenda (Aug 8)
 
· Planning Board Agenda (Aug 8)
 
· Breakfast at Spencer’s Place and Support the Library! (Aug 6)
 
· Conservation Commission Meeting Agenda – 8/6/18 (Aug 6)
 
Eagle Times
· U.S. District Court (Aug 15)
 
· Vermont top races: early results (Aug 15)
 
· Zach McLaughlin (Aug 15)
 
· Tom Ford and his family (Aug 15)
 
· Gov. Chris Sununu (Aug 15)
 
· Grace M. Hamel (Aug 14)
 
· Margaret Birch (Swett) Messer (Aug 14)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Springfield Art Gym looking to take the next step (Aug 15)
 
· Area quilters celebrated at Billings Farm 32nd annual Quilt Exhibition (Aug 15)
 
· Sidewalk construction to be completed by month end (Aug 14)
 
· Seniors gather to discuss transportation issues (Aug 14)
 
· Harry L. Gordon Sr., 1931 – 2018 (Aug 14)
 
· Business Spotlight: Silver Forest Jewelry (Aug 14)
 
· AmeriCorps NCCC assists Vermont State Parks (Aug 14)
 
· Todd M. Friedman, 1964 – 2018 (Aug 14)
 
· Eric Rickstad to speak at Village Square Booksellers (Aug 14)
 
· Women’s Community Club of Grafton finds long-lost box (Aug 14)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· ACLU Wins N.H. Ballot Case (Aug 15)
 
· N.H., Feds Face Off on Data Sharing (Aug 15)
 
· Golf Course Officials Eye Conservation (Aug 15)
 
· Walker Is Wis. GOP Choice as Midwest Tests Trump Appeal (Aug 15)
 
· UK Police Treat  Crash as Terrorism (Aug 15)
 
· School District Installs Gender-Neutral Toilets (Aug 15)
 
· Italian Highway Bridge Collapse Kills 26 (Aug 15)
 
· Report: Pa. Priests Abused 1,000 Kids (Aug 15)
 
· W. Virginia Supreme Court Impeached Over Spending (Aug 15)
 
· Windsor Incumbent Loses Seat in House (Aug 15)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Winchester superintendent submits resignation after being placed on leave (Aug 14)
 
· Chesterfield officers on Laurie List no longer work in law enforcement, chief says (Aug 14)
 
· Congressional candidate makes case for civility, border security, bolstering mental-health providers' ranks (Aug 14)
 
· Area residents' cases resolved in Cheshire County court (Aug 14)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Aug. 14, 2018 (Aug 14)
 
· From the files, Aug. 14, 2018 (Aug 14)
 
· Elderly driver allegedly failed to pull over for Marlborough officer (Aug 14)
 
· Keene man charged after firing a gun on Railroad Street early Tuesday morning, police say (Aug 14)
 
· Bulletin board Aug. 14, 2018 (Aug 14)
 
· Young hiker rescued from Mount Monadnock Monday night (Aug 14)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Saxtons River Park plan short $90,000 (Aug 15)
 
· Judge blocks social media request from Carman's aunts (Aug 15)
 
· Three Democrats vie for two seats in Windham 4 House district (Aug 15)
 
· Brattleboro voters show up; Kornheiser defeats Stuart in Windham-2-1 (Aug 15)
 
· Sustainability on tap at local farms (Aug 14)
 
· Tax dept. sues Barnes for $1M+ (Aug 13)
 
· All drivers to be regulated equally (Aug 13)
 
· St. Michael's pre schoolers get lessons in safety (Aug 13)
 
· 'Wunderbar' brings eclectic vibe to Bellows Falls and beer to (Aug 13)
 
· Scott Farm to have its day in court (Aug 13)
 
Springfield VT News
· Transgender candidate for governor wins Vermont Democratic primary (Aug 15)
 
· Vermont Primary Election Results (Aug 15)
 
· Progress at Union Street, Riverside school projects (Aug 15)
 
· Not a formula for thriving (Aug 15)
 
· Morgan Brown wins Lovell Award (Aug 15)
 
· Springfield shooter could face second trial (Aug 15)
 
· State Primary vote today (Aug 15)
 
· McNaughton launches write-in campaign (Aug 14)
 
· How and why the Eagle Times is different from social media (Aug 14)
 
· VT exec would be nation’s first transgender governor (Aug 14)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Chester Planning Commission agenda for Aug. 20 (Aug 14)
 
· Harry Gordon Sr., 87, a tireless worker till the end (Aug 14)
 
· Chester board OKs Yosemite as fire museum (Aug 8)
 
· Next Chester Select Board meeting set for Sept. 5 (Aug 7)
 
· CAES playground construction begins (Aug 6)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Claremont Woman Sentenced for Falsifying Physical Evidence (Aug 14)
 
· Connecticut Man with Claremont, Manchester ties Sentenced to 7.5-20 years at the NHSP (Aug 14)
 
· Multiple Local Individuals Sentenced for the Distribution of Controlled Drugs within Sullivan County (Aug 14)
 
· Arrest Made in Latest Case involving Damage to Cornish-Windsor Bridge (Aug 12)
 
· Arrest Made Following Police Pursuit (Aug 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)
· Loudon’s Big Apple store to close this month; employees cite loss of business from speedway  (Aug 14)
 
· Around here, business comes before politics, which is good for Harley-Davidson (Aug 14)
 
· Nebraska carries out first U.S. execution using fentanyl (Aug 14)
 
· Court standoff between New Hampshire, federal authorities over prescription drug data  (Aug 14)
 
· With peat moss standing in for oil, officials test how to contain a spill on the Merrimack River (Aug 14)
 
· Loudon speedway neighbors file paperwork in Supreme Court appeal  (Aug 14)
 
· Highway bridge collapse in Italy kills at least 20 (Aug 14)
 
· Public gives input on federal grant to combat opioids in N.H. (Aug 14)
 
· Judge sets bail for adults arrested at New Mexico compound (Aug 14)
 
· Five-day search in Philippines for missing U.S. Marine at sea ends without success (Aug 14)
 
WCAX
· Campaign 2018: Vermont Primary Results ()
 
· Historic win for Hallquist ()
 
· Gov. Scott wins Republican nomination for governor ()
 
· Welch, Sanders could face same GOP challenger ()
 
· Sen. Bernie Sanders wins Vermont Democratic nod ()
 
· Expert analysis of Vermont primary results ()
 
· Fire damages Williamstown storage business ()
 
· Investigation continues into suspicious Woodstock fire ()
 
· $1.5M Swanton development underway ()
 
· UVM Medical Center, nurses back at the bargaining table Tuesday ()
 
VPR
· Oppenheim: Social Media Monster (Aug 15)
 
· Hallquist Notches Historic Win In Democratic Gubernatorial Primary (Aug 15)
 
· Scott Wins GOP Gubernatorial Nomination, Says Voters Face 'Clear Choice' In November (Aug 15)
 
· Welch Wins Democratic Nomination For US House, Paige Wins GOP Nomination (Aug 15)
 
· Parsing The Primary Election Results (Aug 14)
 
· New England Governors, Eastern Canadian Premiers Seek Truce On Trade War (Aug 14)
 
· How To Make A Civics Education Stick (Aug 14)
 
· Vermont Primary Election 2018: Statewide Results (Aug 14)
 
· The 1870s Crime Writer Who Pioneered Modern Detective Fiction (Aug 14)
 
· Schubart: Supporting The Arts (Aug 14)
 
NHPR
· Governor’s Diversity Council to Hold Listening Session in Manchester Wednesday (Aug 14)
 
· You Asked, We Answered: Why Doesn't New Hampshire Have a Bottle Deposit Law? (Aug 14)
 
· Defense Law Measures Help Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (Aug 14)
 
· State Works with N.H. Schools on Security and Safety Recommendations (Aug 14)
 
· Neighbors Ask Supreme Court to Block Concert at N.H. Motor Speedway (Aug 13)
 
· Seeking Energy Savings, New England Governors Call for Mix of Fuel Options, Efficiency (Aug 13)
 
· Revision Military Breaks Ground On U.S. HQ At Pease Tradeport (Aug 13)
 
· Father of Toddler Killed in 2015 Sues N.H. DCYF (Aug 13)
 
· UNH Study Highlights Colleges' Understanding Of Sexual Assault Reporting Rules (Aug 13)
 
· N.H. Board of Education Adopts New Computer Science Standards (Aug 13)
 
Vermont state government
· Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets Awards Producer Association Grants (Aug 9)
 
· 22nd Annual Rabies Bait Drop Begins in Vermont (Aug 9)
 
· Registration Extended for PFOA Blood Testing Offered in Bennington/North Bennington (Aug 9)
 
· Governor Phil Scott Appoints Dan French as Education Secretary (Aug 3)
 
· Vermont Emergency Management Announces Three Applicant Briefings Next Week for May 4-5, 2018 Storm Damage to Public Infrastructure (Aug 3)
 
· State Funding Helps Communities Jumpstart Clean Water Projects (Aug 3)
 
· Medication Mail-Back Envelopes Expand on State's Call for Safe Use, Storage and Disposal of Prescription Drugs (Aug 3)
 
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