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  • Letters: Town of Union

    The Town of Union has honored one of its distinguish citizens, Christine R. Savage, with the dedication of the 2019 Town of Union Annual Report. 

    Union’s Town Manager wrote:

  • Letter to the editor: Barb Ohland
    Maine has over one million registered voters, but approximately 40% are them are not registered with a major political party. Just because neither major party represents you, doesn’t mean you should be barred from the political process.
     
  • Essay: a special tree in Belfast thrives

    Marilyn Moss is a freelance writer living in the Midcoast. Her most recent book, Bill Moss: Fabric Artist & Designer (billmosstents.com), was published in 2013, won a 2014 IPPY Independent Publishers Silver Medal

  • Letters: Trekkers

    On behalf of the Trekkers staff and students, I want to express my sincere gratitude to all the local businesses and individuals who helped make our 6th Annual 5K/10K Run & 5K Walk event on June 2 such a success.

  • Bill Hahn

    Thank you for inviting me to share my thoughts as part of the upcoming Select Board election in Thomaston. 

  • Letter to the editor: Marc Ratner
     
    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.
     
  • Letters: Belfast Area High School students

    BELFAST — Belfast Area High School students in the Liberian Education Fund would like to congratulate the following May Basket Raffle winners: Lindsay Bailey (crafts); Kerri Vacher (picnic); Lindsay Bailey (book lovers); Christine Stevens (cooking); Julie Cook (wellness); Audrey Lagerbom (a night

  • letter to the editor: beverly Roxby

     

    As Maine, part of the nation’s tailpipe, prepares for summer, here are four environmental announcements Trump made just this past week:  

  • June town MEETING, ELECTIONS

    While I am running unopposed for Rockport Select Board, I believe it is important for Rockport residents to know something about me, why I am running for Select Board, and why they should vote for me.  I care deeply about Rockport and both its current an

  • Letters: Waldoboro Day Committee

    This year’s theme is “Celebrate the Future of Waldoboro” and we hope to see some creative float additions of ideas for the future. What exciting things might exist here 10, 20 or 30 years from now.

  • Letters: Adult and Community Education

    RSU 13 Adult and Community Education announces the completion of another successful program year with Thomaston Art Club. The program will begin registrations in September for the 2019-2020 school year serving students after-school twice weekly at no cost to families. 

  • Letter to the editor: Jacqueline Cassida

    I’m writing in regards to the event that happened at the Belfast Library labeled “Connecting Our Struggles: Corporations or Community?” on Wednesday, May 29.

  • The stories make us who we are

    I’m going to state right off the bat that I want something from you readers. Nothing for me, but something important for you.

  • Letter to the Editor

    THOMASTON — On Thursday, May 23, Thomaston Grammar School held its annual Spring Fine Arts Night. There was magnificent artwork on display for all students in grades K through 5 that was created under the direction of art teacher, Janelle Eddy.

  • I certainly do not want to start a Revolution

    People keep asking, “Why don't you write about James Richards, because he was the first settler of Camden.”