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LETTER

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In Case They Ask...

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We Must Come to the Aid of Our Country

Now is the time for all good Americans to come to the aid of their country.  More...

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President Since its inception 15 years ago, The Rotary Club of Topsham Expresso has maintained a strong commitment to youth and youth programs in our community. More...

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Governor LePage’s Reign Of Impotence

GUEST COLUMN

Governor Paul LePage continues to lead while few choose to follow. From day one he's refused to have any functional relationship with the legislature except that of an obstructionist traveling his own solitary myway highway. More...

LETTERS

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Free Lollipops!

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Money and the Pursuit of Happiness

Money does make us happy, so long as we spend it right.  According to the U.K. More...

Why Believers Support Trump

To say that people are gobsmacked by the overwhelming support by Christians for President Trump is an understatement. More...

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