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Friday, November 16, 2018
    
Mills Puts Together Transition Team, Dems Choose Jackson to Be  Senate PresidentLePage Says He May Run Against Mills  in 2022 Golden Declared Winner in RCV Count, Poliquin Vows to Fight “Rank Algorithm”
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  • Wreath Sale November 17 to Benefit Bremen Library
    All profits from the sale benefit the library. The balsam wreaths are handcrafted by volunteers using a variety of embellishments that include all-weather bows and a selection of natural decorations such as pinecones, seed pods, lichen, birch bark, dried flowers, and seashells
  • At this moment, I am especially proud of having settled in Maine. Maine is the perfect example of what a democratic people must do to return government to a rational, legal process
  • Face-Off—
    Whether it’s following the yearly Yankees/Red Sox rivalries or even rooting for a favorite political candidate, we Mainers seem to relish hearty competition. But have you considered the daily tussles at your bird feeders when mixed-species flocks compete for the food you place there?

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  • P.A.W.S. Auction for the Animals
    This year’s auction will feature hearty appetizers, carving stations, desserts, a cash bar, live music, and over 200 auction items to fit every budget
  • Students Collect Bottles to Buy a New Flag
    Sixth-grade students at Miller School in Waldoboro voted to use their bottle collection money to purchase a new American flag for the school. The flag arrived in time to be flown at half staff, October 29 to 31, to honor the victims of the . . .

  • Reade Brower: Community Person of the Year
    Reade Brower, who founded The Free Press in 1985, was named Community Person of the Year at the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce awards ceremony on Saturday, November 3. The other annual award winners . . .

  • There’s a new opportunity to turn the tide against this deadly disease through the newly available lung cancer screening, which helps diagnose the disease in the earliest stages when it’s most curable
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