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11 pounds of marijuana nets 30 days

FARMINGTON – A New Sharon man received a 30-day jail sentence today, after pleading guilty to having more than 11 pounds of marijuana in his house. Alan Keith, 57, of New Sharon,…

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TransCanada conservation agreements reached

AUGUSTA – A month into its road construction for the 44-turbine Kibby Wind Power project north of Eustis, TransCanada Energy Corp. is holding a press conference on Thursday morning to announce a conservation agreement…

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MSAD 9’s construction projects delayed

FARMINGTON – The bonding delays for school construction projects announced by the state yesterday as a cost-saving measure is actually good news for MSAD 9. The bonding delays, six months for the…

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From the U.K. to Maine: Journey’s End

As I walk the footpaths of the village and sea cliffs, here in Ringmore, South Devon, sheep, cattle, ravens, gulls and buzzards claim their part of the scenery and hills. In the…

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Apple Festival draws apple lovers and more

FAIRBANKS – The popular Apple Festival, featuring local arts and crafts, an apple pie baking contest, raffles and more, was held Saturday for the first time since the Fairbanks School Meetinghouse project…

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Community energy forum entertains, informs

WILTON – Western Maine Community Action held a forum designed to instruct homeowners in ways to save money on their monthly energy bills today, part of a larger project designed to help…

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Head on crash injures two

WILTON – Two people were hurt following a head-on crash at the intersection of Route 156 and Fenderson Hill Road at 4:14 p.m. Thursday. According to Police Chief Dennis Brown, Dorothy Nering,…