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  • From the editor

    Another school shooting massacre, this time in Florida. Let’s wake up, America, and do something about stopping this senseless violence. Even President Trump seems ready to get serious about discussing how we can stop these shootings.

  • Mary’s Musings

    Why is it that so many elected officials, company heads, and others who don’t have to answer to higher-ups,  find it so tempting to waste someone else’s money?

  • letter to the editor

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    Dear Editor:

    We are writing to invite residents of Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Edgecomb, Southport, and Westport Island to join us at the Democratic caucuses for those towns on Sunday, March 4, at Boothbay Region High School.*

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    Dear Editor:

    If we really want to end the shootings in our schools, we need to stop arguing, and actually begin doing the simple things that we already know will make all the difference.

  • letter to the editor

    Dear Editor:

    Saturday , Feb. 10 was the first ever Boothbay Frozen Court Classic JV basketball tournament. Six teams participated in the one day tournament which included teams from Winthrop, Dirigo, Medomak, Spruce Mountain, Gardiner and Boothbay with well over 200 in attendance.

  • Mary’s Musings

    It’s about time, say many of us, that L.L. Bean will no longer quietly let some unscrupulous customers take advantage of them and hurt their bottom line.The company is discontinuing its long-term policy of replacing old, worn, and damaged merchandise NO MATTER THE AGE OR CONDITION.

  • From the editor

    February is a good month for thinking. The days are getting longer – yeah – and with 321 days left in the year – as of Tuesday – this week seemed like a good time to ponder over what has transpired and what is going to transpire.

  • letter to the editor

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    My family has lived in Alna for 38 years. I have held most offices in Alna, from fire department president, to school board, to selectman, to our Maine state representative.

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  • From the Editor

    I have been lost in the middle.

    I’ve known about the “baby boomers,” because I am one, but ask me about who is a “Generation X” or a “millennial” and I am lost. Not that it’s really important, but it’s nice to know if the terms pop up in the news or in conversation.