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Nordic Aquafarms’ parent company is considering getting out of the salmon business and converting its Fredrikstad Seafoods facility in Norway to raise yellowtail kingfish, a high-end fish commonly used in sushi. The company’s U.S. subsidiary has said it is sticking with its plan to raise Atlantic salmon in Belfast. But if the situation changed, what would it mean, and how would local supporters feel about it? That’s the topic of this week’s cover story.
Also this week, our Matinicus correspondent, Eva Murray, takes us on an off-island survey of weird truck crashes around the country involving animals. Notes from Lime City columnist Becca Shaw Glaser questions why the midcoast seems allergic to talking about sex. Builder Jim Bahoosh gives tips on hanging doors. And home and garden columnist Georgeanne Davis shares some sweet recipes.