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  • Published
    March 31, 2010

    What will tomorrow bring?

    I was told once – actually more than once — “When you reach 60 there are three things you never pass up …” I won’t get into what the three are, but they mostly had to do with biological functions.In the past two years since I was diagnosed with a terminal disease, I have learned there are many things in life we often take for granted. I also better realize there are wonderful opportunities that present themselve…

  • Published
    March 22, 2010

    Much of state now open to year-round fishing

    Are you a fishing fanatic? Do you constantly dream of catching that trophy fish, and do you spend countless hours pouring over catalogs from Cabela’s, L.L. Bean and Bass Pro Shops?If you exhibit any of these symptoms, plus go fishing at every opportunity regardless of the weather, you might be a fishing fanatic. Up until now, you could only ice fish certain months of the year and open-water fish certain months.Now…

  • Published
    February 19, 2010

    Talking turkey and feeding the hungry

    You don’t have to travel to Haiti to find families in need. The present economic situation we have here in Maine and in the rest of the country is placing increasing demands on local help agencies and food pantries. Food pantries are seeing a tremendous increase in demand as individuals and families, who have never had the need in the past, are seeking help in feeding themselves and their families. Individuals …

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