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Friday, May 25, 2018
  • Islesboro Ferry Fight
    Residents of Islesboro, Maine, fight a more than 100% increase in the ferry fare to get to and from their island.
  • Like a lot of Mainers, our forested landscape and its human and natural history shaped my character when I was young. For some kids, it was hunting or hiking, camping in the summer with family or canoeing the Allagash. For me, it was wandering . . .
  • I met Erin Herbig eight years ago, when she first ran for the Maine Legislature and was recruiting folks to help with her handmade, hand-painted yard signs. My first impression was WOW! Erin knows how to roll up her sleeves and get the . . .
  • The elimination of practical environmental regulations by the Trump administration is stunning and dangerous. Similar gross indifference to climate change that is central to Christian Fundamentalist and Republican thinking flies in . . .
  • Last week Mr. Trump, to great fanfare, announced he was cutting all funding for NASA’s carbon monitoring system (CMS). This project has been part of the US’s contribution to the Paris Climate Accords (which are supported by nearly 200 . . .
  • The John Street United Methodist Church of Camden thanks the many volunteers who supported our recent “Happy Birthday and All That Jazz” event to benefit the Knox County Homeless Coalition. The Mondaynite Jazz Orchestra provided . . .
  • Trump crossed the Rubicon and the world is reacting. He decided to pull out of the Iran nuclear agreement (JCPOA) signed in 2015 by Iran, the United States, Germany and all permanent members of the Security Council (P5+1) . . .
  • Rockland is on the rise. Our modest city is now an arts destination with some of the best restaurants in Maine. Tourists are drawn to its rugged coastal charm and the feel of a real working waterfront. The city’s economy is growing with . . .
  • After hearing Caitlin Hills speak and after reading her position paper, I will be voting for her on June 12. With a degree in law, she is well qualified to understand the process of state government and the implications of laws passed . . .
  • There is a bright and shining young woman with the drive, knowledge, and experience to become an outstanding political leader in Maine’s State House of Representatives. Chloe Maxmin is running as a Democrat for District 88, covering . . .
  • I have not decided which candidate I will vote for in the June Primary. But I know that I am not swayed by unsubstantiated smear politics — we’ve had way too much of that of late. Now we see some Democrats taking on that practice. . . .
  • On behalf of the Jefferson Area Food Pantry board, the volunteers and all those who receive, we thank the many residents who participated in the US Postal Service food drive last Saturday. More than 600 pounds of food was collected . . .
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