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Bullying Series Part III: How the Legal System Can Lend a Hand

Bullying Series Part III: How the Legal System Can Lend a Hand

| June 11, 2015

“From a legal point of view, bullying is not a legal term. I can’t stop bullying per-say. I have to look at is it harassment? Is it abuse? Is it an assault? If it’s non of those things, then probably there wont be much of a legal remedy,” says Attorney at Bemis and Rossignol, Frank Bemis. So what […]

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Bullying Series Part II: How Law Enforcement Play a Role

Bullying Series Part II: How Law Enforcement Play a Role

| June 10, 2015

They say kids will be kids, but where do we draw the line? It may start as taunting at school, but get to the point where it follows them home. “The challenge for us now is that unlike the old days when bullying occurred at school and at the end of the school day, you went […]

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Amy Sprague, Bullying Victim to Survivor

Amy Sprague, Bullying Victim to Survivor

| June 8, 2015

Amy Sprague grew up in Vermont, where she says she was tormented daily by bullies. She moved to Madawaska around fifteen years ago. This is her story. Meet Amy Sprague. She says she’s dealt with bullying pretty much her whole life. “As far back as I can remember. I’d say about fourth grade,” says Author […]

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Maine School of Science and Mathematics Celebrates 20th Commencement

Maine School of Science and Mathematics Celebrates 20th Commencement

| June 2, 2015

“Celebratory, bubbly, enthusiastic, energized, I’d say are some good words that come to mind when I think about how today feels,” says Executive Director of the Maine School of Science and Mathematics, Luke Shorty. Why is Luke Shorty, the Executive Director of the Maine School of Science and Mathematics so excited? He’s excited because 45 […]

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Be Aware of the Quality of Air You Breathe

Be Aware of the Quality of Air You Breathe

| June 2, 2015

You’ve probably heard of the word ozone, but what is it? Did you know there is good and bad ozone? “The good ozone is what protects us from ultraviolet light, radiation. That’s located high up in the stratosphere about 30 miles above the earth’s crust,” says Environmental Director of the Mic Mac Environmental Lab, Fred […]

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