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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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Our first printer was in Brattleboro, Vermont, exactly two and a quarter hours from our offices.
Which is why each spring, Patti Smith of the Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center in Brattleboro, Vermont, organizes crews of volunteer salamander crossing guards.
* Eesha Williams writes: Sheila Prue, a fourteen-year veteran Brattleboro, Vermont, police sergeant and open lesbian, won an unexpected, landslide victory in the Democratic primary for Windham County sheriff on September 10.
Each mural was accomplished through the help of Terry Sylvester, a professional scenery painter in Brattleboro, Vermont. Through grants from the Vermont Council on the Arts and the Springfield Performing Arts Project, Terry was able to spend two weeks each year helping over 100 art students paint a spectacular mural.
Helen Priest Rogers, 85, cofounder of the Dance Notation Bureau and a pioneer in dance film archiving, died March 2, 1999, in West Brattleboro, Vermont.
[sections] 1842) to acquire Vermont Financial Services Corp., Brattleboro, Vermont ("Vermont Financial"), and its wholly owned subsidiary banks, Vermont National Bank ("Vermont National"), also in Brattleboro, and United Bank, Greenfield, Massachusetts ("United Bank").(1)
Hopefully, the video of Newbery winning Karen Hesse is closer to the series' norm for there actually is a "good conversation" with Tim Podell asking the questions and Hesse providing the answers as she takes viewers about her home and her community of Brattleboro, Vermont. An animated and engaging Hesse talks about growing up and her family, plus how she researches and writes her books.
McNulty is the Superintendent of Schools for the Windham Southeast Supervisory Union in Brattleboro, Vermont. Daniel A.
Lappe and DuBois, co-directors of the Center for Living Democracy in Brattleboro, Vermont guided participants through analysis of the expanding role of citizens in community problem-solving and the kinds of skills local officials need to help empower citizens.
Plante is president and general manager of WKVT radio in Brattleboro, Vermont, a former NBC News executive, and past president of SPJ.
"Nursing Services and Insurance for Medical Care in Brattleboro, Vermont." Abstract of Publication #17, Committee on the Costs of Medical Care, 1931, p.37.