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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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Vermont Commission on Women: the Listening Project
November 19, 2018, Monday
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Vermont; Vermont
 
Technology One-on-One at the Putney Library
November 20, 2018, Tuesday
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Putney Library; Putney, VT
 
Bellows Falls Opera House Movie
November 20, 2018, Tuesday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Weekly Alternatives to Suicide Mutual Support Group
November 21, 2018, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
The Hive Space (Brattleboro); Brattleboro, VT
 
Geneology Group at Rockingham Library
November 22, 2018, Thursday
Thursdays 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Preschool Story Time
November 22, 2018, Thursday
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Putney Library; Putney, VT
 
Putney Craft Tour
November 23, 2018, Friday
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Putney (area); Putney, VT
 
Baby Story Time and Playgroup
November 23, 2018, Friday
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Putney Library; Putney, VT
 
Putney Craft Tour
November 24, 2018, Saturday
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Putney (area); Putney, VT
 
Children's authors at Village Square Booksellers, Nov 24 & 25
November 24, 2018, Saturday
Saturday & Sunday at 1:00
Village Square Booksellers; Bellows Falls, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· Select board Meeting Minutes – 11/8/18 (Nov 16)
 
· Planning Board Meeting Minutes – 11/13/18 (Nov 15)
 
· Gateway to Walpole Video (Nov 14)
 
· 1st Annual Fireman’s Ball – 11/17/18 (Nov 13)
 
· Double Your Donation (Nov 11)
 
Eagle Times
· George Carlin fans unite (Nov 19)
 
· The Lonely Heartstring Band and the Stockwell Brothers at Next Stage (Nov 19)
 
· BFOH weekly movie schedule (Nov 19)
 
· Bellows Falls Area Senior Center to hold annual Holiday Bazaar (Nov 19)
 
· Soup ‘N Sip annual Gala Fundraiser (Nov 19)
 
· Claremont Fire Department log (Nov 19)
 
· Drumming and spirituality (Nov 19)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Church Services for week of Nov. 25 (Nov 19)
 
· Stowe and Okemo open for the 2018-19 winter season (Nov 19)
 
· Killington receives Positive Snow Control for Audi FIS Ski World Cup (Nov 19)
 
· Farming with beneficial insects biocontrol short course (Nov 19)
 
· BFMS annual ski sale (Nov 19)
 
· Vermont bald eagles nest successfully in 2018 (Nov 18)
 
· Agency of Natural Resources hosts conversation on invasive species (Nov 18)
 
· Weston’s wonderful Christmas Bazaar is back (Nov 18)
 
· Taconic Music presents Thanksgiving concert (Nov 18)
 
· Cooking with cannabis (Nov 18)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· CBD Oil Bolsters Vt’s Hemp Market (Nov 19)
 
· A Life: Marguerite Tetreault, 1933-2108; ‘She Focused on Others, and Little on Herself’ (Nov 19)
 
· A Meal With a Message: Strafford Church Provides Perspective on Global Hunger (Nov 19)
 
· New Democrats Weigh Pelosi Vote (Nov 19)
 
· Scott Finally Wins Florida Senate Race (Nov 19)
 
· Crews Boost Containment in California Wildfires; Rain Forecast (Nov 19)
 
· Macron, Merkel Seek Common Approaches on Defense, More (Nov 19)
 
· World, Nation Briefs (Nov 19)
 
· Mass. Not as Blue as Many Think (Nov 19)
 
· Bald Eagle Growth Soars (Nov 19)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Friendly Meals brings three decades of goodwill to first Walpole distribution (Nov 18)
 
· 100-year-old WWII veteran reflects on a life in Keene, in service (Nov 18)
 
· State sets tax rates for area communities (Nov 18)
 
· Sentences handed down in county court (Nov 18)
 
· Bulletin board Nov. 18, 2018 (Nov 18)
 
· This Day in History, Nov. 18, 2018 (Nov 18)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Nov. 17, 2018 (Nov 18)
 
· Richmond mulls doing away with its police department (Nov 18)
 
· Roadside markers are a journey into New Hampshire's history (Nov 18)
 
· Last week in The Sentinel (Nov 18)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Health care benefit cut proposed (Nov 19)
 
· A life: hoboes, a saint and one square block (Nov 19)
 
· A wide world of books at West End (Nov 17)
 
· Region digs out from snowstorm (Nov 17)
 
· Creating community with every dollar you spend (Nov 17)
 
· School districts vow to fight forced merger (Nov 17)
 
· PHOTOS: Ceremony honors service, sacrifice (Nov 16)
 
· Flowers to close Country Kitchen bakery in January (Nov 16)
 
· Police Log (Nov 15)
 
· Fence, barriers in place at YMCA (Nov 15)
 
Springfield VT News
· Letter from Springfield Hospital - Page 2 (Nov 17)
 
· A big check for Ben's Buddies (Nov 17)
 
· Indoor farmers market events (Nov 17)
 
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Nov 17)
 
· Man back in custody facing a new burglary charge after a year on the run (Nov 17)
 
· ‘Classics of Hollywood’s Golden Age’ at OLLI Program (Nov 16)
 
· Fact Check Friday (Nov 16)
 
· Threat is defused in Springfield (Nov 16)
 
· Local Habitat for Humanity chapter gets house #10 (Nov 15)
 
· Schools closed today while officials investigate ‘threat’ (Nov 15)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Chester board: Public needs more info on Tomasso property study (Nov 14)
 
· Chester DRB agenda for Nov. 26 (Nov 13)
 
· Electric service bid adds weeks to CAES opening (Nov 11)
 
· N.H. man charged with luring a child in Chester (Nov 9)
 
· Andover Select Board agenda for Nov. 12, 2018 (Nov 8)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Arrest Announced Following Investigation into Alleged Illegal Drug Sales in City (Nov 15)
 
· Reminder to Follow “Jessica’s Law” This Winter and Remove Snow, Ice from Vehicles (Nov 15)
 
· Suspect Arrested in Claremont Theft Investigation (Nov 13)
 
· Veteran’s Day Marked in Claremont (Nov 11)
 
· Mayoral Notes, By Charlene Lovett (Nov 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)
· Viani, Breen are wed (Nov 19)
 
· Brown, Hamlin are wed (Nov 19)
 
· Curious boy with a story (Nov 19)
 
· Boucher, Kincaid are wed (Nov 19)
 
· Dane, Yianakopolos announce engagement (Nov 19)
 
· Do you shop it or skip it completely? (Nov 19)
 
· Bow’s vision for downtown area conflicts with DOT’s I-93 widening plan (Nov 19)
 
· Concord teacher’s union contract expected to be voted on Nov. 26 (Nov 19)
 
· ‘Driven By Art’ is the first art store of its kind in Franklin  (Nov 19)
 
· The Eye Guy brings new gaze to downtown Concord (Nov 19)
 
WCAX
· Milton man charged in connection with assault of student ()
 
· Burglary at Pownal Elementary School ()
 
· Vermont man convicted in teacher killing seeks legal review ()
 
· Turkey time! ()
 
· Rain could hinder search for victims of California wildfire ()
 
· Is your money collecting dust in Montpelier? ()
 
· Gas prices still on their way down in northern New England ()
 
· Fee to drop for most Vermont utility customers ()
 
· Vermont man raises $3K for humane society through kitty obit ()
 
· UNH to conduct national study of hate crime investigations ()
 
VPR
· Federal Investigators Pinpoint What Caused String Of Gas Explosions In Mass. (Nov 17)
 
· 'They Are Us,' Part 7: Work (Nov 16)
 
· 'They Are Us,' Part 6: I Can Be Well (Nov 16)
 
· State Board Will Finalize Act 46 Plan On Nov. 28 (Nov 16)
 
· What's Next For Residential Care Homes Under State Receivership? (Nov 16)
 
· Thanksgiving Tunes, Turkey Talk And Gratitude (Nov 16)
 
· Norm McAllister To Get Retrial After Prostitution Conviction (Nov 16)
 
· Why Vermont Is Big-Box Averse, Except When It's Not (Nov 16)
 
· An Excerpt From 'Brave Little State': Why Are So Many African-Americans Incarcerated In Vermont? (Nov 16)
 
· 'They Are Us,' Part 5: MyPad (Nov 16)
 
NHPR
· Kuster: Allegations Suggest More Action Needed at Dartmouth to Combat Abuse (Nov 19)
 
· Criminal Justice Experts Lay Out Roadmap for Bail Reform (Nov 19)
 
· Hassan, Kuster Join Victims' Rights Advocates in Fight Against New Title IX Rules (Nov 19)
 
· At Health Care Discussion, Hassan Says ACA Repeal Is Less Likely, But Threats Remain (Nov 19)
 
· Forecast Calls for Snow Tuesday, Mostly Sunny on Thanksgiving (Nov 19)
 
· UNH Program Aims To Recruit And Retain More Math, Science Teachers In The North Country (Nov 19)
 
· A Cheaper Thanksgiving? Turkey Prices Drop to Lowest Level in Years (Nov 19)
 
· Winter PUC Rules Protect More Residents From Utility Shutoffs (Nov 19)
 
· Judge in Dover Frees Somali Immigrant Who Was Detained 9 Months (Nov 18)
 
· Regulators Close Gulf of Maine Shrimp Fishery for Next 3 Years (Nov 17)
 
Vermont state government
· Vermont Urges Produce Industry to Comment on Newly Released FSMA Produce Safety Rule Draft Guidance (Nov 16)
 
· Agency of Natural Resources Secretary to Host Conversation on Invasive Species and Other Environmental Topics on November 27 (Nov 16)
 
· Agency of Natural Resources Launches "Recycle Like You Live Here" Campaign to Reduce Recycling Contamination for America Recycles Day, November 15th (Nov 15)
 
· VAAFM Files Adopted Subsurface Tile Drainage Water Quality Rule (Nov 15)
 
· You Can't See It or Smell It. Know How to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning (Nov 13)
 
· Chroma Technology Celebrates Expansion (Nov 9)
 
· Vermont to Reimburse Dairy Farmers for Milk Margin Protection Premium (Nov 6)
 
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