UMaine Extension offers Venison 101

The University of Maine Cooperative Extension will offer a day-long workshop on deer health in Maine and the safe processing of venison on Sept. 30, 8:45 a.m.– 4 p.m., at the University of Maine’s J. Franklin Witter Teaching and Research Center, 160 University Farm Road, Old Town.

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Fall yard work that yields springtime benefits

Lots of people think that their family yards need less attention in the fall, but autumn is no time to ignore your lawn and landscape.

 “What you do now will determine the quality of your family yard next spring and summer,” said Kris Kiser, president and CEO of the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI), the international trade association representing more than 100 power equipment, engine and utility vehicle manufacturers and suppliers. 

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Hearing from people across Maine guides my work in Washington

by Sen. Angus King

 During my time in Maine this summer, I visited all of the 16 counties in our state, hearing feedback from Maine people about the issues important to them, their families and their communities. My stops throughout the state once again reminded me that Maine is a big small town with very long streets – we care about each other and our friends and neighbors. Listening to people from Sanford to Fort Fairfield – and everywhere in between – is a breath of fresh air and helps guide my work in Washington.

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Candidate Fulford says hurricanes issue climate change ‘wake-up call’

by Jonathan Fulford

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Wesley News

Phyllis Dennison’s daughter, Valerie, up here visiting from Bradington, Florida. She is here for a couple of weeks. Brother Charlie and Gail came to visit and have supper with all of them.​

Joe and Anthony, father and son from New Jersey, were here for bear hunting for the second week. Other than seeing bear cubs, which they didn’t get, they went to Marshfield and went home with a cub. Shepherd pup. The cutest thing you ever saw. They were happy.

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Harrington News

Another week has passed by so quickly.  Friends and family attended the funeral For Dorothy “Dottie” Plummer this week.  Dottie was the widow of Captain Ralph Plummer of Harrington.  Dottie was a lovely lady and will be missed by many.  She traveled extensively with her husband.  They lived all over the United States and other countries. She had a great personality and was loved by many.  Happy reunion with “Bud”, Dottie.

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Columbia News

The Milbridge Historical Society speaker for Tuesday evening was Doug Kell speaking on how he came to Milbridge and started his business Kelco Industries in the old Milbridge High School building. This was our last program for the year.

The chicken pot pie supper at the congregational church in Cherryfield on Wednesday Sept. 13, was delicious with many folks out for it. I enjoyed sitting at the table with Joe, Anne, Ruth, Jean, Louise, Ben and his mother. The next and last supper for the season will be Wednesday, Oct. 11 with a turkey dinner.

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Whitneyville Library news

It is an exciting time for the library as we prepare for the groundbreaking for the new library. The new site of the library, which is located on Cross Street in Whitneyville, will be the center of attention on Sept. 23 at noon.  

All of our patrons and library friends are invited to attend.  Following the groundbreaking ceremony the Friends of the Whitneyville Library invite everyone to the Hillgrove Community Building for light refreshments. This is a wonderful and exciting moment in the library’s history that we want to share with all our library friends.

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Maine Outdoor School teaches Beals students on Great Wass Island

Beals Elementary students did not stay inside to read about science on Sept.14-15; Maine Outdoor School took Beals students in grades K-8 to the Great Wass Island Nature Preserve to learn geology and natural history through games, acting, exploration, and observation. On the first day, students in grades 5-8 focused on geology by identifying rock and mineral types along the trail. On the second day those 5th-8th graders teamed up with students in grades K-4 to share what they learned and to build new natural history knowledge together.

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UMM Alumni Association holds annual meeting

by Mary McFadden

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