Inaccurate, inexperienced or just inarticulate? I can’t blame Larry Grard, a reporter for the Morning Sentinel in Waterville, for being confused as to what Republican 2nd District congressional candidate John Frary was talking about during an Oct. 17 debate at Colby College.
It looks like a done deal: According to two informed sources in the newspaper industry, Maine Media Investments – the company formed by former U.S. Sen. William Cohen, developer Robert Baldacci
Todd, the husband of the governor of Alaska (although he prefers to be called “First Dude”), made stops in Palmyra, Hermon and Presque Isle to campaign for the Republican presidential ticket. He said Maine was a lot like Alaska, only with better foliage. He
Campaign inane: The Bangor Daily News somehow believes it will help voters in Houlton decide who they want to elect as their state representative by informing them that independent candidate Stanley Ginish wants to reduce “wasteful programs,” “lower road weights”
There weren’t any earthquakes in Maine this past week. No tidal waves. Hurricane Kyle brushed the down-east coast, but it wasn’t as if it made any permanent alterations in the topography.
So, I’m not sure what natural force was to blame for this headline in the Sept. 24 Lewiston Sun Journal:
Due to the worsening economic crisis, I've decided to suspend the series on state senate races and instead fly to Washington to help with the bailout… or maybe I'll just write about how the crisis has affected Maine's people and politics.
Christopher Cousins, the city editor of the Times Record in Brunswick, will become the new reporter for the one-person Statehouse News Service. Cousins replaces Victoria Wallack, who is leaving at the end
Have you ever been afraid of a plant? I have. And I don’t mean the giant blood-sucking plant in the Little Shop of Horrors, but one you might encounter on a nice sunny day on a beautiful Maine lake.
When Eurasian milfoil was discovered in August at Salmon Lake in the Belgrades, the expression “my heart sank” fit me and most of Maine’s milfoil community perfectly. Finding Eurasian milfoil in the heart of one of Maine’s busiest boating regions greatly increases
Maine's 1st Senate District encompasses the five southernmost towns in the state, including York and Kittery, and like District 32, features a race between an incumbent Senator and an opponent who has held the seat previously.
Every Republican I've asked about the Senate has listed District 1 as a top opportunity to pick up a seat. Dan Billings, a