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A Military Family Speaks Out With two sons serving in the Army, I am speaking out, not only against LD1781, but against the everincreasing and bloated so-called federal “defense budget.” While I support my sons and everyone serving in th More...

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Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains More...

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Trump dealt with Russians, collusion or not

GUEST COLUMN

“Our job is not done,” said Gov. More...

Character Counts

JUST A LITTLE OLD

My dad was an odd character, a quirky genius who marched to his own drummer. He maintained high ethical standards — at work, at home, everywhere. He played fair and told the truth; and he expected others to do the same.  More...

A Peak Too Far

Nine of us slowly ascended snow and ice covered Hamlin Ridge in one of Maine’s most remote and rugged regions, Mount Katahdin massif in Baxter State Park. More...

Rotarians Act as Reading Friends

This school year, volunteers from two local Rotary clubs — Brunswick and Brunswick Coastal — have been visiting three classrooms at Coffin Elementary School to marvel as youngsters show off their reading skills. More...

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2nd Amendment Needs Amending As I read the tweets by our U.S. More...

QUOTE OF THE DAY

“Gun control? We need bullet control! I More...

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LePage’s Surprising Final Throwdown

GUEST COLUMN

On the evening of his last State of the State address, I started out confident that I didn’t need to hear Gov. LePage out on his current assessment of where Maine stands and where it should head. Been there, done that, far too many times. More...

Maine should resist taxing the ‘sharing economy’

The sharing economy, including platforms like Lyft, Uber and Airbnb, present new and unique economic opportunities to the many Mainers who utilize these services. More...

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Are there really security risks to Pruitt?   More...

QUOTE OF THE DAY

In scandal, as in robbery, the receiver is More...

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Sold!

UNDER 800

Drive by Cooks Corner lately, and you’ll see our unelected partners at MRRA edging out our town’s long term goal of livable development. The former entrance to the Base? Irretrievably ugly. More...

Dark Hearts and Light

The last week has seen emotions from all over the spectrum since a troubled young man walked into a school and did the unthinkable. At least the unthinkable for anyone who is a sentient human being. More...

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It’s Still Not Guns

MAKING SENSE

During the intense media coverage of Wednesday’s tragic events in Parkland, Fla., I was shocked to hear it was the 18th school shooting so far this year.  18. More...

Now Is The Time To Politicize Gun Violence

Guest column

Now is the time to politicize gun violence. In the wake of the recent mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, how can we not?  It’s tiresome to hear Republican lawmakers say it’s inappropriate to politicize this tragedy. More...