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The Walpolean
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  • Public Hearing – 8/13/24
  • Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 7/3/24
    Selectboard Present: Cheryl Mayberry, Chair, and Steven Dalessio. Carolyn Vose was not present. Staff Present: Sarah Downing, Manager of Administration, and Sue Bauer, Recording Secretary Guests Present: Paul Looney and Peggy Pschirrer Call to Order: Ms. Mayberry called the Selectboard meeting to or …
  • Selectboard Meeting Agenda – 7/11/24
  • Pickleball Clinic Tonight – 7/10/24
    Pickleball Clinic, presented by Mike Hayes Wednesday, July 10, 2024. 6-8 pm Whitcomb Park Recreation Center Have you ever wondered: Was that ball mine or yours? Where do I stand when receiving the ball? Who has middle? Do I stay back or move up? Get answers to these questions and more this Wednesday …
  • Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 7/27/24
    Selectboard Present: Cheryl Mayberry, Chair, Steven Dalessio and Carolyn Vose Staff Present: Sarah Downing, Manager of Administration, and Sue Bauer, Recording Secretary Guests Present:  David Edkins Call to Order: Ms. Mayberry called the Selectboard meeting to order at 6:30 PM in the Walpole Town H …


Vermont Journal / Shopper
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  • Yankee Chank to play in Proctorsville July 17
    Yankee Chank to perform in Proctorsville.Photo provided PROCTORSVILLE, Vt.  – Cavendish will present the next in its continuing series of Wednesday evening concerts at 6 p.m. on July 17 with local favorite Yankee Chank appearing on the Svec Memorial Green. Yankee Chank is a Vermont group that perfor …
  • Marybelle G. Riendeau, 1943-2024
    ROCKINGHAM, Vt. – Marybelle G. Riendeau, 80, of Rockingham, passed away on June 28, 2024 at Springfield Health and Rehabilitation. She was born on July 24, 1943 in Windsor, Vt., the daughter of Francis Gaudette and Lucile Potwin. She graduated high school in Windsor, Vt. and worked many years for Wh …
  • Gloria J. Ballantine, 1945-2024
    PERKINSVILLE, Vt. – Gloria J. Ballantine, 79, died on Friday evening, July 5, 2024, at her home surrounded by her family. She was born June 26, 1945 in Burlington, Vt., the daughter of Vernon and Doris (Stanford) Clark. She attended Springfield schools, graduating from Springfield High School Class …
  • Nonprofit boards: new challenges and responsibilities
    REGION – The days are long gone when nonprofit boards were made up of large donors who expected that little more would be asked of them beyond socializing at the occasional fundraiser. Being a board member can be as demanding and rewarding as any full-time work. Nonprofit board members are being req …
  • Gallery at the VAULT calling all local artists
    SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – You are invited to show your work at Gallery at the VAULT in our Open Wall Show. This is a chance to display your work in a non-juried show. There is no fee. It is a great opportunity for artists who would like to get their work out there for the first time as well as for seasoned …


Valley News
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Brattleboro Reformer
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  • Jon Heydenreich | The Mindful Minute: In a Funk
    In a funk. That is where I have been. Some people have health issues and start taking care of themselves. I try to take care of my self, run into health issues, and fall apart. In my case – nutrition goes to pieces. There is no chip which cannot be consumed. I think I am responsible for keeping the …
  • No on-street parking on Western Avenue sections during sidewalk repairs
    BRATTLEBORO — Beginning Monday, July 15, DMI Excavation, a contractor hired by the town, will be replacing the southern section of sidewalk on Western Avenue between Edward Heights and Greenleaf Street. This project is expected to take several weeks. Crews will be working Monday through Friday betwe …
  • Socially Responsible Investment professionals to speak at Brooks Memorial Library
    BRATTLEBORO — Socially Responsible Investing is an investment strategy that aims to effect social change while generating financial returns for the investor. Socially responsible investments can be used to support companies making a positive sustainable or social impact and avoid those which make a …
  • Tri Town Collector's Club to meet July 13 in Brattleboro
    BRATTLEBORO — The Tri Town Coin, Postcard and Sports Card Collector’s Club will host a couple of guest dealers from New Hampshire and Massachusetts during its show and collector meetings on Saturday, July 13, at the Holiday Inn Express on Chickering Drive. Area collectors of all ages are invited to …
  • Upcoming Insight Meditation Center half-day retreat
    WILLIAMSVILLE — A new half-day retreat entitled, “Come Home to Nature” will be led by Amanda Kenyon, certified Forest Therapy Guide, on Saturday, July 13, from 9 a.m. to noon in partnership with Vermont Insight Meditation Center and The Manitou Project. The event will take place on the Manitou land …


Chester Telegraph
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  • Chester board considers water meter upgrade, adopts animal ordinance
    By Shawn Cunningham © 2024 Telegraph Publishing LLC Meeting as the town’s Water Commissioners last Wednesday, the Chester Select Board heard a presentation on new metering technology that Superintendent Jeff Holden says will upgrade a system that is outdated and near the end of its useful life. The …
  • Green Mountain Care Board to hold Healthcare Community Meeting in Springfield on July 16
    ©2024 Telegraph Publishing LLC On Tuesday, July 16, the Green Mountain Care Board is holding one of 14 public meetings concerning options for hospital transformation and health system revitalization. This Healthcare Community Meeting for Springfield Hospital will be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at Sprin …
  • Vermont launches site to aid problem gamblers, train service providers
    With legal online sports wagering in Vermont, the state Department of Mental Health seeks to aid both problem gamblers and to train providers. Photo illustration by Cynthia Prairie The Vermont Department of Mental Health announces the launch of a website designed to assist individuals and families a …
  • Chester Democrats to hold Senate primary candidate forum July 16
    ©2024 Telegraph Publishing LLC Five candidates running for the Democratic nomination for three Windsor County state Senate seats with be participating in a forum for Democratic Primary candidates organized by the Chester Democratic Committee. The event will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Ju …
  • Vermont joins states urging Supreme Court to uphold federal restrictions on ‘ghost guns’
    Ghost gun illustration photo by Rudy and Peter Skitterians2 Maryland Matters Staff Report ©2024 Maryland Matters Vermont has joined 21 states, the District of Columbia and the Northern Mariana Islands urging the Supreme Court to uphold federal restrictions on “ghost guns,” unregistered and untraceab …


E-Ticker News of Claremont
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Seven Days
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  • Visit Winooski, Vermont: History, Dining & Events
    A stone’s throw from Burlington, Winooski is the smallest city in Vermont and home to roughly 8,000 people. Its name comes from the Abenaki word Winoskitegw, which translates to “land of the wild onion,” as wild onions used to grow near the banks of the Winooski River. Indigenous settlements in the …
  • News Quiz: Vermont officials confirmed the second case this year of what disease?
    Answer this question and seven others in out new weekly news quiz about Vermont news. It’s quick, fun and informative.
  • Obituary: Robert James “Bobby” Casavaw, 1950-2024
    Kind and gentle soul loved rides on country roads with his father, family holiday celebrations and his mom’s goulash Robert James “Bobby” Casavaw, 73, of Burlington, Vt., passed away peacefully on the afternoon of June 10, 2024, in the intensive care unit of the University of Vermont Medical Center. …
  • Swamped and Shocked: Plainfield Reels After Latest Flood
    Owen Bradley and his wife, Jane, were listening to the boulders crashing down the swollen creek next to their house in Plainfield village on Wednesday night when they heard something louder and more sinister. It was a neighboring bridge coming loose from its abutments and cleaving an apartment build …
  • Neighbors Band Together to Save Cattle From Hinesburg Floodwater
    When Denise and John Daly heard moos at 3 a.m. on Thursday, they knew that something was amiss with their herd of 20 Murray Grey cattle. At dawn, the problem became clear: The animals were stranded in high, rushing water after the previous night’s rain and flooding. The Dalys own 123 acres in Hinesb …


Concord Monitor
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WCAX
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  • Most flooding over, rescue operations wrapping up, state officials say
    BERLIN, Vt. (WCAX) – Vermonters are beginning to pick up the pieces from yet another round of flooding that caused widespread damage.At a news briefing Friday morning, Gov. Phil Scott said that while assessing the damage around the state, he was reminded of how resilient Vermonters are and how they …
  • Vermonters, pummeled by floods exactly a year apart, begin another cleanup
    PLAINFIELD, Vt. (AP) — Owen Bradley has been listening to the flow of the Great Brook outside his historic brick house in Vermont for nearly 40 years. But the sound changed this week as raging waters inched closer, building to a torrent that tore through the back of the building, ripped off the deck …
  • St. Johnsbury from above: Images show flooding on Rt. 5
    ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. (WCAX) – Photos from Thursday show where Route 5 crosses the road from the interstate to Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital– that intersection totally flooded.Images look at Route 5 in St. Johnsbury Center, which is north of downtown, with businesses getting visibly waterlogg …
  • Officials highlight mental health support resources during flood recovery
    BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – As the cleanup gets underway, officials are reminding people to keep mental health top of mind.The Vermont Department of Mental Health says that disasters like this flooding can take a toll on people’s collective well-being and that experiencing another flood after last year …
  • Communities’ start assessing the damage after water recedes
    MORETOWN, Vt. (WCAX) – Road crews are beginning work and communities are assessing the damage as the long road to recovery gets underway.Construction vehicles line a bridge that was entirely washed out on Route 100B over Dowsville Brook in Moretown. Repair crews are getting to work to repair that br …


VPR
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NHPR
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Vermont state government
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News in the Pursuit of Truth
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