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Midcoast Sternmen  Mid Season Interviews July 2021

Midcoast Sternmen Mid Season Interviews July 2021

Did you know that Midcoast Maine had a professional basketball team. They do, and they are doing well and playing at the Flanagan Center ( Rockland Rec Center) in Rockland. In this program, Charlie Crockett interviews the owner of the Sternmen, Brad Galley, the coach and general manager, Jim Graffam, and the captain of the team, Joey Puddister . The next game is July 17. Tickets are available at the door.

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Dear Friends: Happy Fourth!!!

Dear Friends: Happy Fourth!!!

What a difference a year makes! Here’s our 2020 Fourth of July “hug from Maine" which leads me to once again contemplate how things change – or don’t – in a year.In more than a few ways, things of late have evolved for the better yet the independence that we celebrate...

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Camden’s Walk the Falls Tour

Camden’s Walk the Falls Tour

Camden Maine is famous for being "Where the Mountains Meet the Sea". But it's also famous for being "Where the River Meets the Sea", specifically the Megunticook River which cascades over the rocks at the head of Camden Harbor creating a spectacular waterfall,...

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End of The Old Mill Stream?

End of The Old Mill Stream?

By Barbara Dyer, local historian—This is the second part of the history of the Megunticook River, in Camden Maine.

The Megunticook River, its mills and its waterfalls have been the lifeblood and heart of Camden for over 200 years and give Camden an amazing irreplaceable uniqueness as Camden is becoming a destination city.

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Over $1 million in scholarships available

Over $1 million in scholarships available

Over $1 million worth of scholarships from the Worthington Scholarship Foundation is still available for students going to college or university in Maine. That’s out of the total $3 million the foundation plans to give out this year alone.   Graduating...

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Dear Friends: Signs of The Times

Dear Friends: Signs of The Times

Dear Friends, It’s the strangest feeling, this recycling I am doing with my “hugs from Maine" from a year ago; I sort of consider them a thin slice of personal history as well as a look back at much larger forces.  I feel a deep relief and sense...

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