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Wednesday, August 15, 2018
  • The Maine Lobster Festival would like to acknowledge the significant controversy caused by our Executive Board and Coronation Committee’s decision to discuss with Taylor Hamlin the circumstances around her social media feeds . . .
  • “Today [August 2], the Trump Administration announced its plan to roll back America’s clean car standards and attack Maine’s legal right to protect the health of our fellow citizens. This proposal would pollute Maine’s air, threaten Mainers’ . . ."
  • Yikes. I was trying to walk to work at 8:30 on Sunday morning, August 5, by utilizing the crosswalk in front of Aaron’s on Maverick Street in Rockland. I tried to cross and a man yelled and screamed to ? stop using the crosswalk, I guess? . . .
  • Michael Roskin’s July 26, 2018 column entitled “Strange Revival of Socialism” prompts me to write these observations. In the first paragraph, referring to Bernie Sanders as an “authentic grandpa” whose democratic socialism intrigued . . .
  • Our air and water are under threat by both our federal and state governments. The Trump administration is preparing a proposal to roll back the rules on clean car standards after 2020. The U.S. House of Representatives recently . . .
  • Donald Trump’s well documented insanity is a threat to America and to himself. The latest imbroglio of this psychopathic, misogynistic demagogue is his well documented interference in the 2016 elections with the help of the Russians. . . .
  • Sharing Friendship Sundays in August—
    The Friendship Museum was established in 1965 by a group of public-spirited citizens interested in preserving Friendship’s history. (Also the sloop races were held in Friendship at this time and there was a lot of interest in Wilbur Morse . . .
  • A column by Michael G. Roskin appeared in the July 26, 2018 Free Press, titled “Strange Revival of Socialism.” For Mr. Roskin to view the revival of socialism as strange, in my opinion, he must be either wearing blinders or he is part . . .
  • Camden Area Christian Food Pantry Expands—
    The Camden Area Christian Food Pantry (CACFP), located at 128 Mt. Battie Street in Camden (just off Washington Street), recently completed construction on an addition to the pantry that will house shelving, refrigeration units . . .
  • Pursuit Church Maine Supports Knox County Homeless Coalition—
    A local church group collected nearly 500 non-perishable food items for Knox County Homeless Coalition (KCHC) during their annual outreach week.

    Members of The Pursuit Church in Rockland, along with a visiting group from a church . . .
  • A sincere thank you to the Camden Public Library and to the community for their support for Freddie’s, a musical focusing on Vietnam veterans 10 years after the war. The cast and the musicians, Jacob Corney, Annabel Parker . . .
  • Washington Community Auction a Huge Success—
    The charitable organizations in Washington would like to express their sincere gratitude to all of the businesses who donated to the Community Auction. It was a huge success for all the groups and without your generosity there would . . .
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