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Brattleboro

(brăt`əlbûr'ə), town (1990 pop. 12,241), Windham co., SE Vt., on the Connecticut River; chartered 1753. It grew from Fort Dummer, established in 1724. Once an artists' colony, Brattleboro has become a sports center and resort town. There is light manufacturing. North of Brattleboro, in Dummerston, is "Naulakha," where Rudyard KiplingKipling, Rudyard,
1865–1936, English author, b. Bombay (now Mumbai), India. Educated in England, Kipling returned to India in 1882 and worked as an editor on a Lahore paper.
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 lived (1893–96).
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The off-takers include eight towns: Brattleboro, Dummerston, Halifax, Newfane, Readsboro, Vernon, Wardsboro and Wilmington.
After military service during World War II, he returned to Brattleboro and worked at a service station for 25 years and then 17 years as a janitor at the local J.C.
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US wireless communication services company Verizon Wireless announced on Friday that it will bring its 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network to Brattleboro and White River Junction, as well as 14 additional communities throughout Vermont, in the coming weeks.
"Marlboro College Graduate Center's state-of-the-art facility in downtown Brattleboro will provide a nice complement to OTA's Washington, D.C.
The milk processing firm, which is a joint venture between Ehrmann USA and Commonwealth Yogurt, will use the money to build eco-friendly yogurt production capacity in Brattleboro, Vermont.
Omega Optical, Brattleboro, VT, has announced upgrades to its web-based Curv-o-matic[TM] interactive database, which contains information on spectral curves of filters, filter sets, and fluorophores.
Environmental Building News (EBN), Brattleboro, Vt., has published a feature article analyzing current developments in wood treating technology, claiming to look at both performance and environmental impact.
The Holstein Foundation, Inc., Brattleboro, VT, announces three new trustees including Joel Hastings, president of DairyBusiness Communications, Rob Kolb, VP of Mktg for WestfaliaSurge, and David Pelzer, VP of industry relations for Dairy Management, Inc.
The play could sell out in Brattleboro, Vermont, but how would it fare next door in Hinsdale, New Hampshire, where a huge Wal-Mart greets you once you cross over into the state?