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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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October 24, 2017, Tuesday
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Medical Reserve Corps
October 24, 2017, Tuesday
12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Vermont; Vermont
Focus Group Opportunity
October 24, 2017, Tuesday
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
(Call for location); (Call for location)
Fashion Show Fundraiser for Museum's Head Start Program
October 24, 2017, Tuesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Brattleboro Museum & Art Center; Brattleboro, VT
Vermont Workers' Center Windham County Organizing Committee Meeting
October 24, 2017, Tuesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 am
Root Social Justice Center; Brattleboro, VT
Green Mtn. Crossroads Trans Book Club
October 25, 2017, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Root Social Justice Center; Brattleboro, VT
Calling Local Artists
October 26, 2017, Thursday
Upcoming Open Wall Show
Gallery at the VAULT; Springfield, VT
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
October 27, 2017, Friday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
Rummage & Food Sale
October 27, 2017, Friday
Fri 4-6 Rummage only; Sat 9-1 Rummage + Food
First Congregational Church (Walpole); Walpole, NH
2017 Out in the Open Summit for Rural & Small Town LGBTQ Folks
October 27, 2017, Friday
5:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Hilltop Montessori School; Brattleboro, VT

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The Walpolean
· Science Olympiad Team Fund Raiser Night – 11/8/17 (Oct 23)
· Help Needed! (Oct 23)
· The Memoir Workshops – beginning 11/8/17 (Oct 23)
· Museum Gift Shop At Library Book Sale – 10/28/17 (Oct 23)
· Zoming Board Meeting Minutes – 9/20/17 (Oct 20)
Eagle Times
 (No stories returned, for some reason)
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· The power of a simple gift (Oct 24)
· Business Spotlight: Walpole Valley Tire (Oct 24)
· Working for a living (Oct 23)
· Hand-crafted or machine-fashioned, it’s quilt season in Vermont (Oct 23)
· Sold! Up-cycle auction benefits Springfield downtown improvements (Oct 23)
· Rockingham Select Board discusses property bids and personal sales (Oct 23)
· New director for Apple Blossom Cotillion (Oct 22)
· “Oil, Ice, Bone: Arctic Whaler Nathaniel Ransom” with Dr. Helen Frink (Oct 22)
· Snow is in the air at Killington Resort (Oct 22)
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· ‘I’ve Lost This Year’ (Oct 24)
· Young Writers Project: A Photograph Evokes Mortal Thoughts (Oct 24)
· Analysis: Who’s Responsible for Rising College Costs? (Oct 24)
· Meriden Congregation Votes to Be ‘Sanctuary’ (Oct 23)
· Report: Too Soon to Judge ‘Felonies First’ (Oct 23)
· A Life: Clinton Gardner, 1922-2017; ‘It Was a Very Simple Plan to Bring People Together’ (Oct 23)
· Group Seeks Private Emails Of Vt.’s Ex-AG (Oct 23)
· EPA Pulls Scientists’ Presentations on Climate Change at R.I. Conference (Oct 23)
· Ruling: Environmental Group  Can Comment on Solar Plan (Oct 23)
· Florida’s Wilson Demands Apology From Chief of Staff (Oct 23)
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Man charged in connection with burglary of Brattleboro business (Oct 23)
· Some councilors question scope of Sunday's Keene pumpkin festival (Oct 23)
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Oct. 24, 2017 (Oct 23)
· Lots to see at Keene's Tenant Swamp boardwalk (Oct 23)
· From the files Oct. 23, 2017 (Oct 23)
· Men sentenced on theft charges in Keene court (Oct 23)
· Bulletin board Oct. 23, 2017 (Oct 23)
· Keene church celebrates steeple renovation (Oct 23)
· Two facing charges in Brattleboro drug activity investigation (Oct 23)
· Search for the North Pole a survival story (Oct 22)
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Old firehouse might be one of 'Seven to Save' (Oct 24)
· Testing the stormwater system (Oct 24)
· Career Expo: Local employers are hiring (Oct 24)
· Groundworks finalizes overflow shelter move (Oct 24)
· Wounded by gunshot, man faces burglary charge (Oct 24)
· BMH contends Dartmouth Hitchcock is liable for damages (Oct 24)
· Forest expert advocates for more deer hunting (Oct 23)
· Brattleboro looks to 'INSTIG8' small business (Oct 23)
· Police Log (Oct 23)
· Trial begins for local drug ring (Oct 23)
Springfield VT News
· “This anti-Russian campaign is horrible”: An interview with antiwar activist Cindy Sheehan (Oct 24)
· Video: FBI uncovered Russian bribery plot before uranium deal (Oct 23)
· Sold! Up-cycle auction benefits Springfield downtown improvements (Oct 23)
· NSPS Last Chance – End of the Year sale (Oct 22)
· New director named for Apple Blossom Cotillion (Oct 20)
· Vermont Apple Fest was a great success (Oct 20)
· Cool weather, warm libraries for kids (Oct 20)
· Dances of universal peace return to Springfield (Oct 20)
· School officials ‘digging through’ results of district-wide survey (Oct 20)
· Button Up Vermont sites in Springfield (Oct 20)
Chester Telegraph
· Theft of shingles in Windham (Oct 21)
· Governor seeks independent candidates to replace Olsen (Oct 19)
· Public gets peek at Tomasso property (Oct 18)
· More Markham Lane residents attend Weston board with runoff problems (Oct 18)
· Derry Policing Committee asks to disband; Select Board to seek restitution in mural destruction (Oct 18)
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· New City Councilor (Sep 22)
· Help for Hurricane Victims (Sep 14)
· Confronting Racism (Sep 13)
· Main St. Accident (Sep 13)
· St. Mary’s Parish Gears Up for Some Gigantic Fun with its Annual Yard Sale (Sep 7)
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Faster testing for lead in children’s blood may help Concord’s very low testing rate (Oct 23)
· Gilford police investigate fatal rollover crash on Laconia bypass (Oct 23)
· Tillerson tells Iranian-backed militias in Iraq to ‘go home’ (Oct 23)
· New patents issued in N.H. (Oct 23)
· Business notes for Oct. 23, 2017 (Oct 23)
· Business People (Oct 23)
· Why is the Ralph Pill Marketplace called the Ralph Pill Marketplace, anyway? (Oct 23)
· What’s up with the Ralph Pill tower – maybe the most iconic structure in Concord? (Oct 23)
· Online community brings the ‘bark’ to Concord’s White Park (Oct 23)
· Dramatic sentencing hearing expected in Bergdahl case (Oct 23)
· State records numerous violations at WRJ nursing home ()
· Low-income emergency heating funds in jeopardy ()
· Police investigate Derby Line flasher ()
· Craftsbury man charged with aggravated sexual assault of teen ()
· Driver pleads not guilty in wild multi-town chase ()
· NY farmers look ahead to winter, discuss Farm Bill ()
· Champlain, NY barn damaged in fire ()
· Attorney: Sorrell not forthcoming about private emails ()
· Man in court for kidnapping, assaulting Burlington cabbie ()
· Magic mushrooms helpful in clinical depression study ()
· Environmental Group Says State Permits Allow More Lake Pollution, Not Less (Oct 23)
· Leahy Supports Release Of JFK Assassination Documents (Oct 23)
· Fires That ‘Suddenly Erupted From The Ground’: A Disaster In Maine, Remembered (Oct 23)
· Cassidy: Taking The Knee (Oct 23)
· Adrian: Calling Out Bad Behavior (Oct 23)
· Who Gets The Forest? Putney School Assesses What To Do Ahead Of Possible Act 46 Merger (Oct 23)
· As Boy Scouts Go Co-ed, Challenges To Scouting For Boys And Girls (Oct 23)
· Workers At Maine Ski Resorts Now Required To Wear Helmets While On Snow (Oct 23)
· Judge Temporarily Blocks Burlington Takedown Of Homeless Encampment (Oct 20)
· State Officials Bring Armed Officers To Franklin Water Quality Meeting (Oct 20)
· Officials: Warm Fall Weather Means Higher Fire Risk (Oct 23)
· Granite Staters With Disabilities May See Workforce 'Inertia' (Oct 23)
· Former Justice Will Appear With N.H. Ed Commissioner To Discuss Mental Health (Oct 23)
· Data: Coos County No Longer Has Highest Poverty Rate In N.H. (Oct 23)
· College Campus in Nashua Sold for $12 Million (Oct 23)
· For Sale: A 53-Acre College Campus (With Airplane Hangar) In Nashua (Oct 23)
· New England Ski Area Operator Sets New Helmet Rules (Oct 20)
· 2017 Black New England Conference Focuses on Science and Race (Oct 20)
· Weekly N.H. News Roundup: October 20, 2017 (Oct 20)
· You Asked, We Answered: How Come No One Knows Wood Smoke Is Bad For You? (Oct 20)
· Final merger plans look to get under the wire for tax breaks (Oct 24)
· CLF appeals wastewater permits as violating lake cleanup order (Oct 24)
· Hospital, ex-worker reach ‘resolution’ in racial harassment suit (Oct 23)
· Brian Shupe & Tom Stuessy: Outdoor recreation economy vulnerable (Oct 23)
· Ben White: Why do we make this so hard? (Oct 23)
· John McClaughry: Putting the brakes on ‘sue and settle’ (Oct 23)
· Legal foe says Sorrell was stonewalling in deposition over emails (Oct 23)
· Richmond chief hospitalized after car chase (Oct 23)
· Personal, corporate income taxes underperform in September (Oct 23)
· Wired for Safety: Shutting the door on malware (Oct 23)
· Sanders to run as an independent in 2018 (Oct 23)
· Vermont History Expo to be discontinued (Oct 23)
· Investors ask judge to rule on receivership for Vermont EB-5 Regional Center (Oct 23)
· State experts predict uptick in tick-borne diseases will continue (Oct 23)
Seven Days VT
· Joke of the Week: In the Know (Oct 23)
· Seriously: The Technological Sage; Toys for Tones (Oct 23)
· Take a Halloween Tour of a 'Haunted' Vermont State Park With This Creepy Short Film (Oct 21)
· Diapers for Days at Dee Physical Therapy (Oct 21)
· State Launches 'Think Vermont' Marketing Campaign (Oct 20)
· Walters: Tensions High at Lake Carmi Meeting (Oct 20)
· Court Rules Public Records on Personal Accounts Are Subject to Release (Oct 20)
· The Parmelee Post: Avid Locavore Begins Preparing List of Justifications for Shopping at Target (Oct 20)
· ACLU Sues to Protect Homeless Encampments in Burlington (Oct 20)
· South Burlington Student Pleads Guilty in Death Threat Case (Oct 20)
· Memoriam: Stephen Andersen (Oct 20)
· Walters: Judge Orders ‘Limited’ Sorrell Deposition (Oct 19)
· 9/11 Film With Vermont Ties to Screen This Sunday in Burlington (Oct 19)
· City of Burlington Breaks Up South End Encampment (Oct 19)
Vermont Press Bureau
· Shumlin reflects on single payer failure (Sep 19)
· Welch makes DACA case to Trump (Sep 14)
· Sanders releases Medicare-for-all bill, passes on cost and funding (Sep 13)
· Governor is among 20,000 Vermonters to receive use tax letter (Sep 7)
· Scott’s pot commission seeks recommended legislation for 2019 (Sep 7)
· Vermont joins multi-state suit to preserve DACA (Sep 6)
· Scott announces downtown tax credit recipients (Sep 6)
Business Vermont
· Parties bring financial knowledge to Somali women (Oct 20)
· Does market volatility scare you? (Oct 20)
· Contest promotes clean energy innovation in Vermont (Oct 20)
· Cautionary but entertaining tales from ‘Rossen to the Rescue’ (Oct 20)
· Washington Electric Co-op recognized for workplace safety (Oct 20)
· Farmers look to form Upper Valley agriculture hub (Oct 20)
· Currier Memorial principal joins Vermont school leadership class (Oct 20)
Vermont state government
· Vermont Fish & Wildlife Encourages Hunters and Hikers to Practice Good Wilderness Safety (Oct 23)
· Young Hunters Encouraged to Participate (and Report) in Youth Deer Hunt November 4 and 5 (Oct 23)
· Six Vermont Properties Recognized in Conde Nast Traveler's Top Hotels in New England: Readers' Choice Awards 2017 (Oct 20)
· Waterline Construction Begins in Bennington (Oct 20)
· Molly Dillon Named Deputy Commissioner of DFR Banking Division (Oct 19)
· Vermont Agency of Agriculture Announces Produce Safety Grant Opportunity (Oct 19)
· Community Rallies Around Moose Poaching Incident, Raises Funds for Reward (Oct 19)