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  • letter to the editor

    Dear Editor:

    Thank you, Stephanie Hawke, for your many, many hours of service, devotion and commitment, working to ease the endless problems in Augusta.

    We offer a hearty and sincere thank you for a job well done!

    Jolly and Laura Arsenault

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    Dear Editor:

  • From the editor

    "I guess we don't have it too bad," is what I hear a lot while sitting down to watch the morning or evening TV news with my wife.

    "No, I guess we don't," is my usual reply.

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    Dear Editor:

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    Dear Editor:

    I wish to thank all those who helped me and my students in three, junior-English classes, prepare for and complete our Maine-2018-Elections Debate at Boothbay Region High School.

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    Dear Editor:

    On voting day (11/6/18), I was surprised to see signage promoting PGC east side plans in the town parking lot, facing the town hall. I questioned the legality of that – it proved to be illegal and the signage was then moved indoors to satisfy the law.

  • letter to the editor

    Dear Editor:

    I had such a good experience collecting signatures at the Edgecomb polls to put an article on next year’s warrant to put boat excise tax into the Woodend fund for future public access to the rivers and pond.

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    Dear Editor:

  • From the editor

    I remember the incredible panic when our toddler son went missing for a few seconds in a large department store. I first yelled his name then took off running toward the front door. My fear was that someone had taken him.

  • letter to the editor

    Dear Editor:

    Veterans Day is a day to be thankful for the many blessings we have. We owe them all to our veterans.

    Thanksgiving Day would have a whole new meaning if not for the sacrifices of our many veterans.

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    Dear Editor:

    If one person makes you feel like a different person because of what they say or do, then they have defined you and you have lost the ability to be who you are unless you find hope.

  • letter to the editor

    Dear Editor:

    Growing up on the water I can’t imagine living anywhere else. Furthermore, I can’t imagine being in a world without my parents, without two people giving their advice, picking you up, pushing you to work your hardest, loving you.

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    Dear Editor:

    There are many lovely gardens throughout the peninsula, and probably we all have our favorites. For those of us who approach the traffic light from East Boothbay, we pass the beautifully landscaped island prepared by East Boothbay Landscaping.