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Vintage Maine Boys High School Basketball: Camden Hills vs. Winslow 2/2/2001

Vintage Maine Boys High School Basketball: Camden Hills vs. Winslow 2/2/2001

Watch this Vintage Maine Boys High School Basketball Game between the Windjammers of Camden Hills and the Black Raiders of Winslow. This game was played at Camden Hills Regional High School in Rockport, Maine on February 2, 2001. The starters for the Windjammers were Nick Wilson, Tyler Warren, Grant Lippman, Brian Fitzpatrick, and John Knutson. the straters for theBlack Roaders were Patrick Dempsey, Micker Grant, Nat Bouton, Luke Crumbull, and Mike Hughes.

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WEEK 88 – COVID-19 RANDOM NOTES WHILE SHELTERING IN PLACE

WEEK 88 – COVID-19 RANDOM NOTES WHILE SHELTERING IN PLACE

By Phyllis Merrimann --- The Buzz The Village Soup reported a dozen households severely impacted by the Halloween storm. In actuality, at least two-dozen homes’ basements were damaged with water and mud along with an unknown number of water-damaged vehicles. As we...

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Dear Friends: Seasons Greetings From Rockport

Dear Friends: Seasons Greetings From Rockport

Dear Friends, Yesterday we had our first snow…not much, but it sure is pretty and it nicely sets the tone of the next month or so. On Thanksgiving evening the star was once again lit atop nearby Mt. Battie. This wonderful tradition dates back over forty years;...

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Vintage Maine Girls High School Basketball Game: Camden-Rockport vs. Winslow 12/18/1998

Vintage Maine Girls High School Basketball Game: Camden-Rockport vs. Winslow 12/18/1998

Watch this Vintage Maine Girls High School Basketball game between the Windjammers of Camden-Rockport and the Black Raiders of Winslow. This game was played at Camden-Rockport High School on December 18, 1998. The starters for Coach Jay Carlsen’s Windjammers were Anna Sommo, Sarah Dailey, Megan Cressler, Megan Bedford, and Becca Neville. The starters for Coach Jim Poulin’s Black Raiders were Amy Carlsen, Christy Farron, Tracie Sylvester, Heather Robbins, and Heather Vigue. The play-by-play announcers were Charlie Crockett and Don Palmer. The sports videographer was Penny Crockett.

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Week 87 — COVID-19 RANDOM NOTES WHILE SHELTERING

Week 87 — COVID-19 RANDOM NOTES WHILE SHELTERING

Children ages 5 to 11 are now eligible for vaccines. Some parents cannot wait to have their children vaccinated. Others are still leery. Epidemiologists and scientists are urging vaccines for this age group. 750,000 Americans have now died of Covid. Wasn’t it just last week the number was 500,000? Unvaccinated are the hardest hit.

The trenches along the South Main Street RR tracks that rattled every vehicle that had to cross have finally been paved. With apologies to Jerry Lee Lewis:

And More…

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235 years of Camden Heritage Down by the OLD Mill Stream

235 years of Camden Heritage Down by the OLD Mill Stream

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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