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Sunday, June 16, 2019
  • As Maine, part of the nation’s tailpipe, prepares for summer, here are four environmental announcements Trump made just this past week: William Happer, a man who compares climate scientists to Nazis and warns that ...
  • Trump’s election and subsequent bonfire of vulgarities have given rise to much hand-wringing and cognitive dissonance by those not in thrall to his proto-fascist tendencies. “How could Trump have happened? How could we have ...
  • The “edge effect” is the place where two bodies join. Cornfields and tar, schools and playgrounds, city and country, land and sea. It’s the most interesting, often conflicting, at times inflicting, of partners. Not long ago MBNA acquired 10 acres ...
  • I have appreciated the work that the Belfast City Council has done to reduce the city’s carbon footprint. It is somewhat astonishing to me that they do not seem concerned about adding Nordic Aquafarms (NAF) into the mix as this will ...
  • The two-year Mueller investigation established that Russia successfully interfered in our elections. Russia must be held accountable and this should never happen again. The discord created measures the success even though the ...
  • As members of the Waldo County chapter of Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights (GRR), we applaud State Senator Erin Herbig and State Representative Jan Dodge for supporting the reproductive rights of Mainers....
  • Thank you, Alice McFadden, for your 34-year gift to our community....
  • I was, and remain, saddened to hear of the closing of Three Tides and Marshall Wharf Brewing Company in Belfast. I believe I can speak for many here in Belfast and well beyond when I say thank you to David, Sarah and all ...
  • Dear Camden, It’s been three years since I was elected to serve on the Camden Select Board and on June 11 I will be on the ballot for re-election for another three-year term. Even though there is no one running against me in this ...
  • Elections are a great interest of mine and I’ve participated in national and state elections in different capacities over the years. This is the first time that I’ve worked actively in a local election. It’s been a learning experience....
  • There have been many changes in Waldoboro in the 49 years we have lived here, some for good, some not so good. We miss the busy stores on Main Street, especially the 5 & 10, where you could buy birthday presents, underwear ...
  • An enormous and heartfelt thank-you to everyone who helped bring my lost dog “Lucy” home ...
  • Voting for my principles at the polls on June 11, I will be checking the box for Sandra Moore as Thomaston selectperson. She shares my values of honesty, decency, sensitivity, and a common respect for her fellow citizens....
  • I am writing to endorse staying the course with Bob Butler as Waldoboro selectman. We are fortunate to benefit from his leadership and willingness to engage all constituencies for the good of our town. Bob is a catalyst in many ...
  • Life is precious. The criticalness of having the police department in Thomaston is extremely important. Along a long rural highway between Waldoboro and Rockland, the Thomaston Police Department is in a critical location for tourists ...
  • What should the voters of Thomaston do when they have a gem in their midst? They should elect her to the Select Board. Sandy Moore, since permanently moving to Thomaston in 2006, has done more for her community ...
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