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Chester Students Visit State House

Javner state house

Katahdin Javner, and Sahara Javner, of Chester to the State House. The Javners served as an Honorary Pages in the State Senate last week. The Maine State Senate’s Honorary Page Program gives students a unique chance not only to observe the state’s legislative process, but also to participate in it. As an Honorary Page, students deliver messages, distribute documents within ... Read More »

Lincoln Lake Region Chamber of Commerce Welcomes New Pastor

Howland Baptist Pastor

HOWLAND – On September 1, 2013 Dale Chasse became the pastor of Howland Baptist Church, following Pastor Alan Porter’s retirement in June. Pastor Chasse’s wife Michelle and son Jeremiah (JP) are assisting him in serving the Lord in the areas of choir and women’s, children’s and teen ministries. The youngest Chasse, Jacob, is currently away at Bible College. Howland Baptist ... Read More »

Awareness and Prevention are Key to Ending Domestic Violence

Emily Cain Domestic Violence

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. For a peaceful state like Maine with a relatively low crime rate, the prevalence of domestic violence is shocking. On average, about half of the homicides that occur in Maine involve domestic violence. In the last ten years, there have been 114 domestic violence homicides. These numbers are disturbing enough, but they only reflect ... Read More »

The Frary Home Companion – Reefer Madness

Reefer

Rob Kampia, co-founder and executive director the Marijuana Policy Project, was in Maine last week surveying the political scene with a view to promoting legalization of the weed in our state. He has high hopes that Maine will legalize what some refer to unkindly as “wacky ‘baccy” since our state legislature shows more inclination to accept legalization than most others ... Read More »

MA Runs Past Orono

Mattanawcook vs Orono Football

The MA Lynx football team traveled to Orono Friday night to take on the Red Riots, and ran away with the game 38-6. It was the run that secured the victory for Mattanawcook, by way of 5 rushing touchdowns. The win takes MA to 3-0, while Orono fell to 1-2. Below are some photos from the game. Read More »

Photo of the Day – September 17, 2013

Maine Bobcat

Maine Short-tail Today’s Photo of the Day comes from a Lincoln-area trail cam. If you remember my previous posts last January and March here, here, and here about the Maine Mountain Lion. Well, my friend has continued to run his trail cam, and still gets regular photos of area bobcats. He shared this one, as the coloration is very mountain ... Read More »

From The State House – School is Back in Session

School Bus

Summer is winding down and it is officially “back to school” season. This is an exciting and optimistic time of new beginnings and fresh starts. Whether students are starting their first day of kindergarten or heading off to their senior year of college, they are probably nervous, apprehensive, and excited about the year ahead. When students enjoy school, it is ... Read More »

AARP News You Can Use – Operation Patriotism

Operation Freedom

AARP Maine is delighted to be sponsoring a special event coming up at the end of this week: Operation Patriotism. This is the 8th year that News/Talk WLOB has teamed up with the Portland Seadogs to honor veterans and their families in Maine with an evening of fun watching the Seadogs in action! All tickets are free for veterans and ... Read More »

Hit the Beach

Lincoln Homecoming Beach Day

LINCOLN–The 2013 Lincoln Homecoming celebration included the much anticipated beach day, and once it was clear the rain would stay away the kids came out in droves. Our cameras were rolling, and we have a gallery of images below. Click on any of the pictures to see them full sized. And be sure to view the additional pages, as there ... Read More »