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Monday, July 23, 2018
  • Three feet! I say again … Three feet by the end of this century! This is the new alarming projection for sea level rise reported to us by the evening news over the last few weeks. Wake up, people — Al Gore has warned us … Twice! And scientists . . .
  • AARPMaine and our more than 230,000 members would like to extend our congratulations and best wishes to all the candidates running in the general election in November. We would also like to remind everyone that November is not that . . .
  • The Bremen Conservation Commission is working on a plan to make the 4.5 acres of the Bremen Town Center Property more usable for residents of the town. When the Bremen School closed many years ago and students. . .
  • This letter is written to express my appreciation for the many volunteers and the many businesses and organizations that support Rockland Main Street’s annual Summer Solstice Celebration Street Party and Dock Party . . .
  • Hospice Volunteer  Program Welcomes  New Graduates—
    May was graduation month for 12 midcoast residents as they completed the nine-week, 30-hour training required to become Hospice Volunteers. The training prepares volunteers to walk into an end-of-life situation and be poised, present . . .
  • Tariffs on Solar Panels—
    We read that President Donald Trump has decided to slap hefty tariffs on imported solar panels. Good. Let’s start making them in the empty plants, like the one Harley-Davidson abandoned when forced by our president to move overseas. . . .
  • I’m writing to say a few words about an exhibition that’s at the Caldbeck Gallery in Rockland right now: Jeff Epstein’s “Wires, Poles, Tire Tracks and Weather.” This spare, too prosaic title doesn’t begin to describe the live-wire poetry . . .
  • Waterfall Arts held a discussion of Tidal Art by several artists and I mention only a few. Susan Metzger showed night photos which could have been bound by dismal black frames. Instead they were enlivened by mats held with . . .
  • In response to Andy O’Brien’s piece on PUC reopening the Monhegan Wind Project (6/14/18) to reevaluate the terms of a power purchase agreement between MAV and CMP, it has long been known that 23¢ per kWh was not a good . . .
  • During worship on Sunday, June 17, Father’s Day, members of the Broad Bay United Church of Christ, Waldoboro, sang and prayed for families separated at our southern border. We prayed for people facing persecution for the . . .
  • We were told by the proponents of ranked choice voting (RCV) that it would give voters more choices, more voices
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