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Sunday, June 16, 2019
  • This first victim of war is always truth and the same appears true about the Nordic Aquaculture salmon farming proposal. For many months we in Belfast have been buried in repeated lies, bad reporting by lazy journalists ...
  • Bob Butler has earned another term on the Select Board in Waldoboro. He is hard-working, thoughtful, balanced, professional, and has a sense of humor. He cares about the town, and is constantly thinking about ways to ...
  • The Jefferson Area Community Food Pantry received more than 700 pounds of nonperishable food from area residents who donated through the U.S. Postal Service Food Drive this past Saturday. A special thanks to all who ...
  • This paper so often carries stories about climate change. It’s easy to despair, when individual action seems powerless to change a planetary situation. In the ’60s, I was up to my neck in the civil rights movement. Sitting in a county jail ...
  • At a recent meeting of the Arctic Council, made up of the eight countries that comprise the Arctic, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo described that rapidly warming region as a land of “opportunity and abundance.” He cited its ...
  • It would have been useless to try to stop the Jones cultists from drinking the Kool Aid. Their brains were hardwired to believe that the man was leading them on the pathway to salvation and eternal life. By the same token, one can ...
  • You may have read Eva Murray’s no-nonsense piece about waste management issues in The Free Press recently. Here’s some more food for thought. I’m writing this letter because I’m convinced that Maine has to take a stronger ...
  • Belfast Community Cleanup—
    Thank you to our community for keeping Belfast Beautiful! On May 3 and 4, volunteers from around the community joined Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition (BBWC) and the City of Belfast to pick up garbage from our rivers ...
  • I want to thank Rebecca Carter for her in-depth letter, giving another side to the vaccine coverage. The pro-vaccine side creates much hysteria, while those opposed simply want free choice ... the media covers only one side, giving a ...
  • LGBTQ Safe Prom Thanks Supporters —
    OUT Maine hosted the 12th annual Rainbow Ball Weekend at Camp Wavus on Damariscotta Lake the first weekend in May. As the first time with OUT Maine hosting, in partnership with Camp Kieve-Wavus, the many smiling faces ...
  • If you are an independent voter, not a member of either of our two major political parties, perhaps you, like me and many other independents, are increasingly concerned about the parties’ increasing tendency to have their better ...
  • I encourage all residents to vote on June 11 on the important issues facing this small community of 5,000 people. I want to draw attention to candidate Sandra O’Farrell who is running for a seat on the Select Board. She is a committed ...
  • Allow me to introduce a vibrant member of the Waldoboro community who is running for the Waldoboro Select Board in June. Her name is Sandie O’Farrell, and if you don’t already know her, you soon will. Sandie has been involved ...
  • Our ACIM group (A Course in Miracles) held a day-long retreat/seminar at the theater at Riley School in Rockport on May 18. Tamra Youngblood and Erik Archbold, who have lived and studied at the ACIM Living Miracles Monastery and ...
  • May I recommend to you for consideration as a Waldoboro Selectman Bob Butler? As a leader in Waldoboro, Bob has shown a willingness to collaborate in a variety of ways as he has served on the Select Board and in ...
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