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    September 5, 2021

    Brooks news

    September ... already. I have a few things to report, and an announcement. ...

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    September 5, 2021

    Morrill news

    Brenda Harford has lived in Morrill her most of her life. She graduated from Belfast Area High School and has a son Justin and daughter-in-law Kyra. Brenda volunteers at the Jackson Food Pantry, and she loves to bake and decorate cakes, go camping and spend time with family and friends.

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    September 5, 2021

    Thorndike news

    Congratulations to Tyler and Catherine Hadyniak on the birth of their daughter ...

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    September 5, 2021

    Knox news

    I finally got on my laptop. It kept going and shutting off for no reason. It's always something with me lately. ...

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    September 4, 2021

    Jackson news

    Having grown up in Jackson in the 1970s, Meredith Toumayan couldn’t resist the opportunity to return in 2013 with her husband Paul and with livestock in tow. Meredith is currently a shepherdess, selling handknit woolens at local markets, as Mulberry Marsh Designs. She also enjoys hiking, sailing and exploring Maine. Meredith serves on the Jackson Planning Board and has been the Jackson town news columnist since June 2020.

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    September 3, 2021

    Monroe news

    Ashlie Stubbs lives in Monroe with her husband and young son. A former waitress and educator for Regional School Unit 3, she now is a stay-at-home mom who runs The Barn at Rosemoore, a wedding and event venue. She is a member of the Monroe Conservation Committee, Lions Club and Library Board; enjoys gardening, cooking, reading and adventures with her family; and has been writing the Monroe town column since September 2019.

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    September 3, 2021

    Palermo news

    Thank you to all who supported the Palermo Volunteer Fire Department fundraiser on Aug. 22. The weather cooperated ...

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    September 3, 2021

    Stockton Springs news

    A New Jersey native who retired to Maine in 2002, Ellen Holland studied at Green Mountain College, Katherine Gibbs School and Thomas Edison State University, where she earned a B.A. in English literature. She worked in the legal profession most of her career, initially as a paralegal and finally as chief of staff for a N.J. state legislator. Ellen volunteers for the Penobscot Marine Museum and Coastal Mountains Land Trust, and enjoys reading and sailing Penobscot Bay.

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    September 3, 2021

    Freedom news

    Tyler Hadyniak grew up in Freedom and he loves being back home. He serves on the town Historical Society and Planning Board. A graduate of Mount View High School, University of Maine at Farmington and University of Maine School of Law, he practices various areas of law at Mailloux & Marden in Belfast. When he’s not working, you can find him outdoors. Tyler became town columnist in March and is a new father.

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    September 3, 2021

    Searsmont news

    In case you noticed we didn’t file last week, not to worry. We’re fine, just on vacation in the Bay of Fundy. Getting here was quite the adventure. ...


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