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  • The Universal Notebook: Season's greetings and other political corrections

    Season’s Greetings, dear readers in Forecasterland, (& various others appended by ampersand). We wish holiday cheer and a glorious year end To citizens public & private, old foe & good friend. Bonne Année, Messrs. LePage et Michaud, (Whi...

  • Intentionally Unreasonable: Is Maine really the greatest place?

    Is Maine the greatest state in the country? Is America the greatest country? In its debut episode a few years ago, the television show "The Newsroom," written by Aaron Sorkin, featured an opening scene where a fictional cable TV news anchor played by Jeff Daniels is asked by a college stud...

  • Letter: Dill will bring experience to Senate

    Maine faces tough economic challenges that demand strong, intelligent and responsible leadership. Rep. Cynthia Dill has shown such leadership during her legislative service in the Maine House and will bring this valuable experience to the Senate. Cynthia is an effective legislator and a st...

  • Letter: South Portland mayor backs Dill

    I encourage voters, first, to get out to vote in the Senate District 7 special election on May 10. Second, I urge you to vote for Democrat Cynthia Dill. Cynthia is a smart, articulate, outspoken woman who knows the issues, understands the challenges and represents her constituents with both knowl...

  • Letter: Vote for Maietta for Senate

    I had the opportunity a couple of weeks ago to sit down with a small group of people to talk to Louis Maietta Jr. He told us that he is running so that he can represent the people of Senate District 7 and that his focus is on what the constituents see as important issues. He wants to work for wha...

  • Letter: Dill for state senator

    When voters in South Portland, Scarborough and Cape Elizabeth go to the polls on Tuesday, May 10, to elect a new state senator, I hope that they will choose Cynthia Dill. For as long as I've known Cynthia, she's been the kind of person who stands up for others, ponders each issue carefully...

  • Letter: Ouellet, Red Cross aid Brunswick

    When people in the community step forward to help others in their time of need, it is important to recognize them for their efforts. In that vein, I would like to recognize Michael Ouellet of Ouellet Associates for his help in the aftermath of the fire at 45 Maine St. Mike spent his Sunday afte...

  • Letter: Falmouth should support Orestis

    Please join me in voting for Chris Orestis for Falmouth Town Council. I have had many opportunities to speak with Chris at local events and birthday parties, and he has always impressed me with his thoughtful and fair manner in discussing current issues. He is independent-minded and capable of ...

  • Letter: Orestis will bring balance to Falmouth council

    When I saw that Chris Orestis is running for Town Council I felt compelled to write this letter of support. I am the owner of an environmental consulting firm to the design and construction industry. I have known Chris for years and his commitment to the environment and green spaces in Falmouth...

  • Letter: Volunteers add value in SAD 51

    As National Volunteer Month draws to a close it is important to recognize the valuable contributions made by volunteers who support the public schools in Cumberland and North Yarmouth. The resources and energy that volunteers provide to SAD 51 schools have helped to ensure that although the scho...