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Wednesday, January 23, 2019
  • The hard-boiled editor says, “Give me 800 words on why the hell is everyone so mad about everything all the time!” And get it in early Monday. There’s a deadline. Well, it is a quiet time of year in my life with almost nothing going on . . .
  • Amidst the holiday season, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced its final standard for labeling foods derived from genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The 63-page report, entitled the National Bioengineered Food . . .
  • Following is a statement from Natural Resources Council of Maine’s Federal Project Director, Emmie Theberge: The Trump Administration has taken the first step to dramatically roll back the 2011 Mercury and Air Toxic Standards, federal . . .
  • If you’re concerned about climate control, here’s something that all of us can do right now to improve the quality of the environment — turn off our vehicle’s motor if it idles for more than two minutes. It’s not unusual to see an empty car . . .
  • I’ve plunged into the first of several New Year’s resolutions — keeping my desk clean so as not to be ashamed if someone else sees it. Next, eat fewer brownies. Next, I’ll buy less stuff I don’t really need. Two thousand nineteen will be . . .
  • Kno-Wal-Lin Auxillary would like to thank our co-sponsors the Rockland Public Library and Camden National Bank in Rockland for their support for our Trees for Warmth collection. We also thank everyone who donated items resulting . . .
  • Local Businesses Attend Training to Prevent Underage Drinking and Drunk Driving—
    On December 19, bar, restaurant and convenience store owners and staff received training that provided them with tools to help reduce underage drinking and drunk driving. The Responsible Beverage Server Training was taught . . .
  • On Christmas Day at St. Peter’s Church in Rockland, Synagogue Adas Yoshuron sponsored and hosted a delicious community dinner for over 125 participants. The space was beautifully decorated, and volunteers cheerfully . . .
  • Along with singing “Auld Lang Syne” at the start of the New Year, making resolutions is a tradition for millions of Americans. However, while choosing resolutions can be easy, sticking to them is hard. A YMCA survey found that less . . .
  • A big thank you to Public Works and all in the City of Rockland who do so much work! This year Public Works helped out with watering the public gardens that those of us in the Rockland Volunteer Gardening Group plant . . .
  • You can be sure that this play is already being written. You see some of it already on “Saturday Night Live.” But there will soon come a day when you will be able to see a comprehensive three-hour satirical musical or dark comedy play . . .
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