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End of the OLD Mill Stream? – Part 1

End of the OLD Mill Stream? – Part 1

By Barbara Dyer

The Megunticook River has been an important part of Camden for hundreds of years. It has made the town successful by historically providing power for many industries as well as providing amazing recreational areas, waterfalls and dams along its 142 foot drop to the sea culminating into a spectacular pair of falls plunging into the ocean right beside Camden Harbor Park.

The river and falls are still supporting the town by making Camden an amazing destination as  a unique place to live or visit.

Unfortunately this local treasure may soon be in peril!

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End of The Old Mill Stream? – Part 2

End of The Old Mill Stream? – Part 2

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

The Megunticook River has been an important part of Camden for hundreds of years. It has made the town successful by historically providing power for many industries as well as providing amazing recreational areas, waterfalls and dams along its 142 foot drop to the sea culminating into a spectacular pair of falls plunging into the ocean right beside Camden Harbor Park. The river and falls are still supporting the town by making Camden an amazing destination as  a unique place to live or visit.

Unfortunately this local treasure may soon be in peril!

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Fun Burger Facts

Fun Burger Facts

By Chris Wolf

With Memorial Day Weekend approaching, we ask:

How do Americans like their burgers?

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Together, to the compassionate end.

Together, to the compassionate end.

By Barbara Walsh, The Maine Monitor

A pastor and his wife, both suffering from COVID-19, were together through the final moments of a half-century marriage because of the efforts of a loving doctor and a do-what-it-takes Houlton hospital.

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