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Dealing With the Unthinkable

BROUGHT UP BRUNSWICK

The cold of the sun soaked room, replete with mass produced prints of pastoral paintings; here a landscape, there an ocean vista with waves frozen, mid crash, against the rocks as if to make the sea that much more benign and ordered.  More...

Being a Fan Way Back When

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Donny Osmond turned 60 years old last week. It was not a trending story, it was just something that I knew, because for some reason almost 45 years later, the date of his birthday — December 9 — sticks in my head. More...

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Thank You from Tri-County Literacy   More...

Today in History

Today is Monday, Dec. 18, the 352nd day of 2017. There are 13 days left in the year.  Today's Highlight in History   On Dec. 18, 1892, Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky's ballet "The Nutcracker" publicly premiered in St. More...

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Constitution Survives a Partisan Attack

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The Senate election victory in Alabama of Democrat Doug Jones over Republican Roy Moore has led to much analysis of what it meant and who the real winners and losers were.  One winner that may not get much attention was the U.S. Constitution. More...

Please Listen, Senator Collins!

JUST A LITTLE OLD

The eyes of the nation -- and Maine -- are on you, Senator Collins, as members of Congress try to reconcile the House and Senate tax reform bills. I understand that you’re in a tough position. More...

Catching Cathance Fever

Perhaps the best kept whitewater secret in coastal Maine is a three mile stretch of the Cathance River in my hometown of Topsham. More...

Bath Sunrise Rotary News

A lot has happened since this fall. The Bulb Sale was a great success. Thank you for the purchases and contributions. You will be rewarded in the spring with beautiful blossoms. Following that we had our annual wreath hanging in Bath. More...

Tis the Season

American Legion Post 20, Brunswick has assisted the United States Marine Corp Toy for Tots program. We have filled four boxes and will be presenting them the U.S. Marines on Monday Morning at 9 a.m. More...

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Today in History

In 1791, the Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, went into effect following ratification by Virginia.  In 1864, the two-day Battle of Nashville began during the Civil War as Union forces commanded by Maj. Gen. More...

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Collins Doesn’t Live Up to Her Rhetoric   Recent reports tell us that Sen. More...

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Tax Relief Effort will Benefit Maine Families

If you only listened to Democrat politicians and their allied special interests, you wouldn’t know that the tax relief proposals being considered in Congress have many family-friendly, worker-friendly, and small business-friendly reforms to giv More...

Heralding The Prince Of Peace

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At this time of year a Christmas tree adorns the top of BIW's iconic orange and white striped crane, and many in the Midcoast likely miss Christmases celebrated when BNAS was still a military presence. More...

LETTERS

The cart before the horse again   More...