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Tuesday, March 2, 2021
  • Dear Mr. Roskin, (re: “Some Good News,” January 6) While I appreciate your recounting of some of the facts and setbacks of the march through history toward racial equality in the U.S., I object to your racist comments concerning ...
  • The city of Rockland, Yachting Solutions, and Safe Harbors are coordinating efforts to restore the harbor corridor views along Ocean Street. The community is receiving its wish to have its harbor views restored. The harbor ...
  • The Rockport Board of Selectmen has hit the bottom of small-town governance with a wholly unnecessary attempt to force complex short-term-rent (STR) ordinances upon a group of entrepreneurial, hardworking citizens in their ...
  • I would like to thank the Hope Board of Selectmen for appointing me to the Planning Board. Born and living in Knox County all my life, I hope to bring my 25 years’ experience as a business owner to the table. Having safely transported ...
  • Years ago, when I taught in Waldoboro and Union, I soon recognized how quickly youthful energy could rise into frustration or drop into boredom and sometimes mischief. Today, in this pandemic, I can easily imagine how remote ...
  • The greatest mistake throughout our nation’s history has been not holding elected officials to the highest standards appropriate and necessary to preserve and protect our citizens and nation. Impeachment trials are not ...
  • From the Oregon GOP’s recent proclamation: “Whereas there is growing evidence that the violence at the Capitol was a ‘false flag’ operation designed to discredit President Trump, his supporters, and all conservative Republicans ...
  • We are shaken. The storming of the Capitol was a terrifying end to four very difficult years. Who is not physically and psychologically exhausted? Please don’t say, “Oh, it wasn’t that serious.” Don’t minimize what we saw with our own ...
  • Dear Senator Collins, You now face a decision with profound consequences — your vote in the upcoming impeachment trial of ex-President Donald Trump. In past years I have appreciated many of the positions you have taken ...
  • Prior to the election, Trump had acquired a $600 million loan. It was as if he’d known things might go south. Things did, and then he launched into a disinformation campaign. Awhile before his last rally he was asking people ...
  • What climate change you talkin’ ’bout,
    it’s not a problem, we’ll be all be fine ...
  • Yes, it’s true that we need to significantly expand access to and production of electricity to meet our future energy needs, but the CMP (Central Maine Power) corridor project is not the answer. The CMP corridor was one of ...
  • As I write this, I just got word that a close friend passed away. He was an old man at 95 and many may think, well that’s a long life. But to me it was not long enough. On the face of things, ours looked like an odd friendship. He was ...
  • Thank you, generous midcoast businesses. The annual Adas Yoshuron Christmas Day Community Dinner, held at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Rockland, was a delicious turkey take-out dinner. The mouth-watering food ...
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