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Mid-River Bulletin Board
Public-powered events calendar & bulletin board
for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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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
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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
 
Karaoke!
August 22, 2018, Wednesday
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
PK's Public House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Auditions for Main Street Arts' production of Chicago
August 23, 2018, Thursday
Thursday 6-9, Saturday 10-1
Main Street Arts; Saxtons River, VT
 
Greater Falls Farmers' Market
August 24, 2018, Friday
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Hetty Green Park; Bellows Falls, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· Planning Board Meeting Minutes – 8/14/18 (Aug 18)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 8/9/18 (Aug 18)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 8/2/18 (Aug 18)
 
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 7/26/18 (Aug 18)
 
· Fall Book Sale Preparation (Aug 15)
 
Eagle Times
· Claremont family ag enterprise named NH Dairy of the Year (Aug 18)
 
· Spacing wildflowers (Aug 18)
 
· South Park: The Fractured But Whole (Aug 18)
 
· West Central teams with other nonprofits to combat addiction (Aug 18)
 
· Having a fair time at the Cornish Fair (Aug 18)
 
· Federal review finds New Hampshire child protection system to be lacking (Aug 18)
 
· Creating a pollinator garden (Aug 18)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Amazingly fun challenge race (Aug 18)
 
· Book discussion, “Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?” (Aug 18)
 
· Lester Cook, 1936 – 2018 (Aug 18)
 
· Burial service for Jean Foley (Aug 18)
 
· Bruce W. Stephenson, 1946 – 2018 (Aug 18)
 
· Anna M. Emerson, 1938 – 2018 (Aug 18)
 
· 20th annual Kids Fair is booked and ready to go (Aug 18)
 
· Grace Coolidge Musicale features piano duets (Aug 17)
 
· Nature Museum seeks volunteers, creators for 10th annual Fairy House Festival (Aug 17)
 
· Bach Variations Project concert at United Church of Ludlow (Aug 17)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Former Teacher Sentenced to Four Months (Aug 18)
 
· Video Shows Hartford Cop Slap Detainee (Aug 18)
 
· ‘Valley News’ Staff Writer Honored for Series on Climate Change (Aug 18)
 
· Shaheen Visits Claremont Clinic To Hear About Substance Abuse (Aug 18)
 
· Report: DCYF Backlog Persists In Granite State (Aug 18)
 
· Longtime Professor to Be Interim Dean at Dartmouth’s Thayer (Aug 18)
 
· CDC: Vermont No. 1 in Opioid Dependent Moms (Aug 18)
 
· U.S. Sanctions Myanmar Officials for ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ (Aug 18)
 
· Austria Ordered a Raid on Its Own Intel, Now Allies Are Freezing Them Out (Aug 18)
 
· Dutch Court: No Colanders in Government ID Pics (Aug 18)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Bulletin board Aug. 17, 2018 (Aug 17)
 
· Winchester board accepts superintendent's resignation (Aug 17)
 
· Live from Keene State, NHPR's 'The Exchange' covers the Monadnock Region (Aug 17)
 
· Franklin Pierce names nursing director (Aug 17)
 
· Hotel on Keene's Key Road to be finished next May, firm says (Aug 17)
 
· Keene State buyouts cost nearly $2 million, total savings help close deficit (Aug 17)
 
· From the files, Aug. 17, 2018 (Aug 17)
 
· 'Odyssey' reading group for veterans postponed until spring (Aug 17)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Aug. 17, 2018 (Aug 17)
 
· Police: Teenager dies of apparent overdose in Keene (Aug 17)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Troopers witness man shoot himself (Aug 18)
 
· Retiring teacher remembers all her kids (Aug 18)
 
· Teens hit pay dirt with Youth Conservation Corps (Aug 18)
 
· Roadwork projects coming up (Aug 18)
 
· Brattleboro connects with Haiti (Aug 18)
 
· Brattleboro leads in landfill diversion (Aug 18)
 
· 1 novel, 2 nonfiction books in eight days (Aug 17)
 
· Student volunteers blaze Vt. forest trails (Aug 17)
 
· Primary gives proposal a boost (Aug 17)
 
· Grafton school's PFAS numbers still too high (Aug 16)
 
Springfield VT News
· Park Street School reimagined (Aug 18)
 
· Come rain or shine: North School indoor/outdoor yard sale (Aug 18)
 
· How it all went down (Aug 17)
 
· Springfield athletics changing attitude (Aug 17)
 
· VTel president plans to fight animal cruelty charge (Aug 17)
 
· VTel’s LTE build-out plays starring role in FCC’s net neutrality debate (Aug 17)
 
· Vermont bacon producer provokes national chuckle for packaging humor teasing teachers (Aug 17)
 
· Springfield thief gets 7-year sentence for 3 armed robberies (Aug 17)
 
· HCRS welcomes new members of staff (Aug 17)
 
· Springfield Health Center celebrates creation of a private space for mothers and babies (Aug 17)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Westminster man shoots self; police search for second man (Aug 17)
 
· UPDATE: Police search for suspicious man (Aug 15)
 
· 3 area elementaries receive state safety grants (Aug 15)
 
· Police look to ID photo in car thefts probe (Aug 15)
 
· Quarry foes offer new ordinance as Cavendish Select Board urges go-slow approach (Aug 15)
 
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)
· N.H. storyteller Rebecca Rule to share ‘Boscawen Tales’ Sunday  (Aug 17)
 
· Hopkinton man returns from fighting wildfires in Colorado (Aug 17)
 
· Ex-St. Paul’s teacher gets 4 months in jail for conspiring with former student to lie under oath (Aug 17)
 
· Report: Massive ‘fire tornado’ entrapped, killed firefighter (Aug 17)
 
· Pakistani lawmakers elect Imran Khan as prime minister (Aug 17)
 
· Sheriff: Mom’s boyfriend shot by teen had abusive history (Aug 17)
 
· With more loons dying of lead poisoning, tackle buy-back program increased (Aug 17)
 
· Concord residents dumping trash redirected to Allenstown transfer station (Aug 17)
 
· Report finds continuing struggle at DCYF to meet demand  (Aug 17)
 
· The Backstory podcast: Concord residents reminisce (27 min)   (Aug 17)
 
WCAX
· New maple syrup jug raises money for cancer center ()
 
· Orleans County Fair underway ()
 
· Chipotle staff to be retrained after recent outbreaks ()
 
· Local newspapers respond to 'Fake News' claims ()
 
· 2nd arrest in downtown Burlington shooting ()
 
· Vermont task force examines consumers' right to repair ()
 
· Colchester's new police chief sworn in ()
 
· Why Stowe's busiest tourist season may surprise you ()
 
· The state of Alzheimer's disease in Vermont ()
 
· Why you should beware of this cute caterpillar ()
 
VPR
· Senate Democrats Threaten Lawsuit Over Kavanaugh Documents (Aug 17)
 
· For Transgender Vermonters, Hallquist Victory Goes Beyond Politics (Aug 17)
 
· A Look At Early Childhood Literacy (Aug 17)
 
· The State Of Hunting, Fishing And Preservation In Vermont (Aug 17)
 
· FDA Approves New Generic Version Of The EpiPen For Allergic Reactions (Aug 17)
 
· Dartmouth Researchers Look For Causes Of Rise In 'Extreme Precipitation' (Aug 16)
 
· Bristol Residents Sue Their Town Over Vermont Gas Pipeline (Aug 16)
 
· Watts: Enemy Of The People (Aug 16)
 
· From Women's Rides To Racing Teams, Mountain Biking's Popularity Surges In NEK (Aug 16)
 
· Life Gave Him Cancer. He Made A Comedy Show. (Aug 16)
 
NHPR
· GOP Debate A Washout With Edwards Walkout (Aug 18)
 
· EPA Says Conclusions About Safety of Coakley Landfill's Cap Are Premature (Aug 17)
 
· New Mural In Peterborough Raises Awareness of Bees (Aug 17)
 
· Former St. Paul’s Teacher Pleads Guilty to Criminal Contempt, Witness Tampering (Aug 17)
 
· 'We Are One' Festival Organizers Focused On Recruiting Younger People (Aug 17)
 
· Feds Say New Hampshire's DCYF Still Falls Short in Key Areas (Aug 17)
 
· In N.H.'s 2nd Congressional District, GOP Voters Eye Electability Vs. Kuster (Aug 17)
 
· Manchester Police Investigate Report of 7-year-old With Gunshot Wound (Aug 17)
 
· Plymouth Gets $13M For Water System Upgrades (Aug 17)
 
· Local Newspapers Confront Trump's "Fake News" Attacks on the Press (Aug 16)
 
Vermont state government
· Governor Announces Membership of his Community Violence Prevention Task Force (Aug 17)
 
· Governor Phil Scott Announces School Safety Grant Recipients (Aug 15)
 
· 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)
 
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