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Saturday, April 4, 2020
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  • In 2016 and again 2018 a clear majority of voters made Maine the first state to enact ranked-choice voting (RCV) for state and federal elections. I’m proud of what we did, and was delighted last year when the Maine Legislature ...
  • We deeply appreciate the many offers to help with meal preparation and delivery and the outpouring of support for MCH Meals on Wheels we’ve experienced in recent days. For the moment, the most effective, direct way you ...
  • Here’s a little triangulation for you. Against the advice of every medical expert this side of hell and for the sole purpose of winning the election, President Trump is champing at the bit to send everyone back to work, thus putting at grave ...
  • On December 3, 2013, a letter was sent to Col. Charles P. Samaris of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, signed by all the then Belfast city councilors, requesting an environmental impact study or supplemental assessment of a ...
  • I have heard of Nordic Aquafarms’ recent request to the Maine Bureau of Environmental Protection asking them to fast-track their application process with a deadline of May 22. While our community is scrambling to adjust to new ...
  • Whether you’ve lived in the midcoast for a year or from your first breath, you know there’s an inherent symbiosis between summer residents and the year-round economy. It may not be the end of May, but to turn our backs on returning ...
  • With the passing of Clayt Winchenbach last week at age 89, the town of Warren lost one of its most beloved and respected residents of the last 50 years. When he and his wife, Joan, opened the Village Market in 1970 in the heart of Warren ...
  • I have been checking the city [of Belfast] website daily for several weeks now and have seen no direct communication re the COVID-19 situation from [Mayor] Eric Sanders. In this time of questionable leadership in our country, I would ...
  • I would like to take this opportunity to follow up on Democrat Michael Roskin’s opinion piece in the March 17, 2020, Free Press in support of Reconstructionist Republicans. In writing this piece Mr. Roskin must have only ...
  • The coronavirus pandemic is here and it’s disrupting our lives and economy in ways we’ve never seen before. We’re worried that doctors and nurses treating coronavirus patients in Maine may run short of even basic equipment ...
  • As is true all over Maine, the more cases of coronavirus are confirmed in Waldo County, the more exponential the threat grows. In response I think we’re doing an admirable job of keeping respectful distance, sanitizing our hands ...
  • Donald Trump has come up against an opponent he cannot simply bully and demean. A tiny virus, invisible to the naked eye, has forced him to take scientific and medical facts seriously. You can see how hard it is for him at the ...
  • This past week, COVID-19 has begun to overwhelm some health departments. The economy is seizing up. It seems to me that we are at the center of a vortex brought on by the confluence of three disastrous trends ...
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