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Tuesday, December 12, 2017
  • Good health is fundamental to each of us, as well as society in general, and there are many determinants of this. While not guaranteeing good health, access to affordable, quality health insurance is a major factor in determining . . .
  • The Camden Historic Resources Committee, which has the responsibility to advise the Select Board on certain matters concerning historic properties and historic resources as they pertain to the town, strongly recommends the MSAD 28 . . .
  • I must admit I have been lost in our recent political climate, trying to defy the gravity of polarization pulling me to a side and leaving me mired in hatred. Never do I recall feeling so agitated and vexed at those whose political opinions . . .
  • When President Trump was criticized for leaving so many top positions throughout the federal government unfilled and especially for systematically dismantling the State Department, he replied that there was no problem because . . .
  • First National Bank Aids Watershed’s Schoolhouse Initiative—
    As Watershed School gears up to move into their new location at 1 Free Street in Camden at the end of the month, they want to recognize First National Bank as the lead corporate sponsor of their New Schoolhouse Initiative. . . .
  • Republican tax reform favors wealthy Americans. Though leaders of the Republican Party would angrily deny the charge, their choices do not benefit us. By 2027, tax reform calculations estimate 50 percent of the tax cuts will go to the . . .
  • Lately, I have learned that some members of our community have been criticizing me for treating people who have opiate addiction with a medication called “Suboxone.” These criticisms include statements that I am “pushing pills” . . . .
  • U.S. Senators have figured out a sneak route to get rid of affordable health insurance for our country’s lower income families, many of whom are Republicans. Hmm, how to kill this program — without taking direct responsibility? . . .
  • As we know, Maine has a number of land trusts, all of which help provide places for recreation as well as meccas for reflection and renewal. Recently, I read about a donation of 90 acres to a land trust in Bridgton . . .
  • On Saturday, November 18, the John Street United Methodist Church hosted a vendor craft sale with 18 tables. The swarm of shoppers were pleased with the variety of items that included whimsical bark carvings à la Hobbit dwellings . . .
  • I do not agree with the statement that Donald Trump has taken over the Republican Party. Like everything, the Republican Party has evolved. It is my belief that the Republican Party stands on three principles: punish poor people . . .
  • At the Waldoboro Select Board meeting this week something really exciting for the town was discussed. An extremely well respected and experienced marine biologist requested permission from the town to explore the possibility of bringing . . .
  • On behalf of the Trekkers’ staff, students, families and auction committee, I want to express my sincere gratitude to all the local businesses, organizations and individuals who helped make our November 4 student fundraising auction . . .
  • I am very concerned that the actions of President Trump in regard to both North Korea and Iran are leading us into unimaginable horrors of a nuclear war. There is no doubt that the dangers to the United States from both North Korea’s . . .
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