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  • Letter: Hoffer is the source for high school sports

    As the parent of a high school athlete, I always look forward to Michael Hoffer's wonderful coverage of games. His detailed observation of the contest is always put into the context of the teams' histories and futures. His enthusiasm for high school sports infuses everything he writes, and he alw...

  • Intentionally Unreasonable: It's Stevoe versus the status quo

    Let me begin this new column with a proper introduction; my name is Stevoe and I’m an unreasonable man through and through. This self-designation is borrowed from George Bernard Shaw and his maxim, “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists i...

  • Letter: Wrobleski, a leader

    Want a Town Councilor who diligently researches issues? Want a Town Councilor who asks well-thought-out questions? Want a Town Councilor who listens to all sides of an issue before voting? You already have one: Joe Wrobleski. Joe has been an outstanding councilor for thr...

  • Letter: Campbell for school board

    We are writing to ask for your support for Karen Campbell as a candidate for MSAD 51 School Board. Karen is a Cumberland resident and a mother of three children currently in grades 5, 8 and 11. She has experienced through her children the K-12 curriculum in the MSAD 51 district. She is an effe...

  • Letter: Wrobleski, a thoughtful public servant

    We would like to encourage Falmouth voters to reelect Joe Wrobleski to the Town Council. Joe has been active in our community since he and his family moved to Falmouth in 1992. He and his wife Sara have two daughters in the Falmouth school system. He has coached soccer for Falmouth Community Program...

  • Letter: Vote Wrobleski, Armitage

    I am writing to encourage Falmouth voters to support Town Councilors Joe Wrobleski and Will Armitage on June 9. Wrobleski has worked tirelessly on such issues as natural resource protection, transparent governance and effective land use planning. Armitage has been an effective chairman and has pro...

  • Letter: Salvation Army isn't charitable to all

    Having just read Kate Bucklin's article on VIA Group's efforts to promote the Salvation Army, I feel that some pertinent information was omitted. The Salvation Army, contrary to popular opinion, is not a charitable organization. It is a fundamentalist religious denomination that has helped spon...

  • The Universal Notebook: Falling $%# over a teakettle

    Something told me that I was going to come to regret spending an entire day of what's left of my life looking for a yellow teakettle, but I just couldn't help myself. It doesn't happen very often anymore, but when I was a kid I used to get these fixations on things I just had to have and I coul... 2

  • Letter: Marriage God's realm, not man's

    Edgar Beem concluded his May 8 column by stating that homosexuality is not a sin. It appears he is either quite ignorant of what the Bible teaches, or he has chosen not to believe the Bible. From Genesis to Revelation, homosexuality is listed as a sin.  Marriage was in... 1

  • Letter: Falmouth workforce housing lacks sense

    Here's another take on the issue of Falmouth's workforce housing: Only the government would be considering building housing when the real estate-for-sale inventory is at an all-time high. Only a government would be considering adding more housing to a market while the price of housing is dropping....