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Easton community celebrates their town turning 150 years old

Easton community celebrates their town turning 150 years old

| February 24, 2015

Few can say they’ve been to a birthday party for someone turning 150 years old, but the town of Easton reached that milestone on Tuesday…and the community couldn’t help but celebrate. “Doesn’t happen everyday, it’s a chance for the people to go back and review their history…why we’re here..why we want to continue to be […]

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Limestone Chamber of Commerce in desperate need of more members, participation

Limestone Chamber of Commerce in desperate need of more members, participation

| February 23, 2015

Michelle Albert is discouraged. “You kind of wonder…do I just give up and say forget it people aren’t participating? Or do you just stick with it and say ‘at least I’ve done something for the town’ and you’re trying to put that out there,” she said. Albert is the president of the Limestone Chamber of […]

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Maine teachers speak out against Governor LePage’s proposed budget

Maine teachers speak out against Governor LePage’s proposed budget

| February 20, 2015

Phyllis Hunter is a teacher in Washburn. She’s one of many teachers in our state that are unhappy with how the Governor’s proposed biennial budget will impact schools and she’s going to fight it until change happens. “Our children need to be a priority…we need to be able to educate our children so that we […]

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Missionaries who visit dangerous countries say love is there too

Missionaries who visit dangerous countries say love is there too

| February 19, 2015

“For me, I just love the people. I wasn’t afraid, at any time was I ever afraid, that something was going to happen to us,” said Carla Masters. Masters returned from a missions trip to the Middle East this past fall with a goal…to help people see that in a place of unrest,┬ákind and goodhearted […]

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Local church leaders react to recent ISIS slaying, say it won’t stop their mission

Local church leaders react to recent ISIS slaying, say it won’t stop their mission

| February 18, 2015

The killing of 21 Coptic Christians by ISIS over the weekend may have happened far away…but for some, it hits close to home. “It was violent..it was scary to see,” said Pastor Jason Rooney of the Monticello Community Wesleyan Churc. “Just the fact that they had the label Christian, that that was enough to get […]

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