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Tuesday, February 20, 2018
  • As a general service to mankind, I list here the bedrock principles that have informed and guided the United States’ constructive engagement in the Middle East for a period going back now for most of a century . . .
  • Bangor Savings Bank will be giving away over $100,000 to 45 local nonprofits and the public will determine who gets $5,000 awards. Knox County Meals on Wheels has delivered home-cooked, hot meals to homebound . . .
  • I cannot express how dismayed, disappointed, and upset I am that Emily’s List has endorsed Janet Mills for governor of the state of Maine. While their endorsement statement claims she fights for Mainers, she most certainly does not. . . .
  • If I were queen, I would override the impasse in Congress over immigration and DACA, and just proclaim: “We will use the marvels of computers and artificial intelligence (AI) to establish two separate realities for the opposing sides.” . . .
  • Fright at the Fort, Maine’s largest Halloween themed annual event sponsored by the Friends of Fort Knox, located in Prospect, is giving Fright lovers a chance to select this year’s theme. The Friends began the process on their Fright at . . .
  • This past Super Bowl weekend the President decided to drop the nomination of Kathryn Hartnett White to head up the Council of Environmental Quality (which oversees all environmental information that reaches the White House). . . .
  • Imagine a government that has only one branch. A government that has no legislative branch, no judicial branch. A government that is ruled solely by an executive branch, a five-member group who is omnipotent. A group whose decisions . . .
  • Mid-Coast Recovery Coalition to Open Transitional Living House in Rockland—
    The Mid-Coast Recovery Coalition (MCRC) is pleased to announce its plans to open a transitional living house for men in recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction at 22 Brewster Street in Rockland in September of 2018, after . . .
  • We enjoyed a sparkling, crisp, and appropriately cold day on Saturday, February 3, for the Community Ice Carving kickoff to Winterfest Week in the Amphitheatre. We would like to acknowledge the many members of the community . . .
  • What a nice mid-winter treat here in Florida — chance to read a copy of The Free Press. I wonder how many people, or if anybody shares my political opinions. I was born in Port Clyde, Maine — I am 96 years old and consider myself . . .
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