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Obituary: Joseph Remie CoulombeJoseph Remie Coulombe, 94, formerly of Second St., Lisbon Falls, passed away at the Maine Veteran's Home in...

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Obituary: Amy Turcotte ElmoreFrom her childhood to the last days of her life, Amy lived her life with passion and positivity.

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Obituary: Robert E. MayburyRobert E. Maybury, of New Port Richey, Fla., and formerly of Lewiston, passed away on Oct....

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Obituary: Jeannette F. LacasseJeannette F. Lacasse, 90, of Auburn peacefully passed away at Clover Manor on Monday Oct.

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Obituary: Alice F. VaillancourtAlice F. Vaillancourt, 89, of Lewiston peacefully passed away at her home on Saturday Oct.

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Summer drought likely reduced tick activity in Maine, but they're backThis is the time of year when people kind of let down their guard from protecting themselves from mosquitoes and blackflies — but ticks remain active steadily into the fall, ” said Griffin Dill, a tick expert who manages the Tick Lab located in the University of Maine Cooperative Extension Diagnostic and Research Laboratory in Orono.

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World Series notebook: Turner removed in middle of Game 6 for positive COVID-19 testLos Angeles third baseman Justin Turner was pulled from the game in the eighth inning and did not participate in the Dodgers celebration.

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Nightmare scenario: What happens when outbreak hits QB room?Wisconsin appears to be facing the type of nightmare scenario that coaches feared as soon as the coronavirus pandemic arrived.

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Looking Back on Oct. 28100 Years Ago: 1920 The evening Vocational Training classes, which have been held In Auburn for the last two years according to the provisions of the Smith-Hughes act, will be extended somewhat this year.

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Carl Wilcox: Claxton listens, cares, takes actionI support Ned Claxton for re-election to state Senate District 20. Ned is a retired family physician who owned a family medical practice.

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Connie Money: Duguay 'a qualified leader' for Oxford CountyI'm writing in support of Dave Duguay for Oxford County commissioner, in regard to his character.

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The Stupidest Thing I Have Ever Encountered In A Hotel.By Anura Guruge Click to ENLARGE.. This was at the Machias River Inn, in Machias, Maine, last week.

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Maine among 4 states where health insurance costs continue to dropNew federal data shows that Maine’s average individual health insurance premium will drop 13 percent in 2021 — the third straight year state health insurance costs have declined, state officials said.

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Maine orchard that hosted Trump event says it's concerned over lack of masks, social distancingThe Maine orchard where President Trump made an unplanned campaign stop over the weekend said it regrets the event grew so large, with many in attendance not wearing masks or practicing social distancing.

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Oct. 27, 2020: Maine's State Senate Is Up For GrabsThis Day in Maine gathers together the news that matters to Mainers. The nightly show features stories from the award-winning Maine Public News team.

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In small-town Maine, Trump's popularity proves durableDespite near-daily turbulence from the White House and a pandemic that has killed more than 220,000 Americans, the president's message continues to resonate here — even if polls indicate his support is ebbing elsewhere in the district.

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Incumbent Farrin faces challenger Swain in Skowhegan-area Senate District 3Bradlee Farrin, an incumbent, says that he hopes to continue to advocate for rural Mainers if reelected next week, while challenger Daniel Swain says.

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Trump trade policy: 4 years of high drama with limited resultsAnalysts say that despite all the rhetoric, changes at most are 'modest.'

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NXIVM guru gets 120 years in prison in sex-slaves caseKeith Raniere, a self-improvement guru whose organization, NXIVM, attracted millionaires and actors among its adherents, remained unremorseful at his sentencing.

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Man arrested weeks after allegedly assaulting teenage girl in Skowhegan, police sayJason Rossi, of Cornville, turned himself into the Somerset County Sheriff's Office on Monday afternoon after a warrant was issued for his arrest weeks earlier.

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Gardiner names new fire chiefRick Sieberg, who has spent his career as a Gardiner, has been serving as interim chief since Al Nelson retired earlier this year.

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University of Maine student accused of voting as roommate"My office will vigorously investigate and prosecute any allegations of election fraud, ” said Attorney General Aaron Frey."

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Jill Biden urges Bangor crowd to help get nation 'back on track'The wife of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden called on voters to support Sara Gideon and help the party regain control of the U.S. Senate.

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To cap or not: Portland voters wrestle with marijuana retail limitsReferendum question to eliminate 20-store limit on marijuana retailers was put on November ballot before City Council voted to approve all 36 eligible first-round applicants.

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Justice Thomas' wife boosts unsupported claims against BidenGinni Thomas asked her more than 10,000 Facebook followers to share a link that claims social media companies are censoring reports about the Bidens.

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Gulf Coast braces, again, for hurricane as Zeta takes aimThe 27th storm of the season is expected to make landfall Wednesday evening.

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As virus cases rise, Maine CDC on lookout for any transmission from Trump eventWith COVID-19 transmission in Maine on the rise over the last couple weeks, the state's top public health official said Tuesday at a virtual news conference that the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention will be monitoring whether a visit to Levant on Sunday by President Donald Trump that featured a large, mostly maskless crowd will...

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Things to know before you drill a wellAccessing your own water via a well is sometimes necessary, sometimes preferred. But creating a well is not as easy as digging until you locate water and then installing a pump.

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In Waldo County, virus has spread to 26 who didn't attend infectious Brooks church serviceBELFAST, Maine — Nearly half of the 60 people who have tested positive for COVID-19 so far in connection with the Brooks Pentecostal Church outbreak did not attend the fellowship rally or church services where the infection is believed to have originated, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Not all Brewer school board candidates commit to changing curriculum for racial equityThe school department in neighboring Bangor has been tackling similar questions in recent months.

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Biden vows unity can 'save this country,' while Trump talks up economyWhile Democrat Joe Biden worked to expand the electoral map in the South, President Trump focused on the Democrats' 'blue wall' states that he flipped in 2016.

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Editorial: A democracy increasingly defined by hypocrisy"Senate Republicans have managed to take the all-too-common practice of flip-flopping and turn it into a guiding principle," the Editorial Board writes.

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MPA moves cross country state championships to Bangor siteThe MPA cited Waldo County's designation as "yellow" by the Maine Department of Education and the uncertainty of athletics in that area as the key considerations in moving the meets.

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8 times chickens made us laugh with their anticsPeople decide to get chickens for two main reasons: they want daily, fresh eggs or seasonal home raised meat.

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As state investigation continues into contamination at Fairfield dairy farm, nearby resident's well water found to be contaminated with same chemicalsA connection between the contamination of milk produced at the Tozier Farm, on the Ohio Hill Road in Fairfield, and the contamination of Jerri-Lee Cookson's well, located on her property three miles away, is unconfirmed.

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Chemicals found in well as investigation continues into contamination at Fairfield dairy farmA connection between the contamination of milk produced at the Tozier Farm, on the Ohio Hill Road in Fairfield, and the contamination of Jerri-Lee Cookson's well, located on her property three miles away, is unconfirmed.

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Wiscasset Police Officer Tests Positive for COVID-19A Wiscasset police officer is isolating at home with mild symptoms after testing positive for COVID-19.

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Winter sports season to be delayed at Maine high schoolsPractices were scheduled to start on Nov. 16, but they have been delayed indefinitely while the Maine Principals' Association meets with state agencies about COVID-19 safety protocols.

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Orono woman charged with submitting former roommate's ballot as her ownThe 19-year-old is accused of signing and submitting a former roommate's absentee ballot, apparently because of a personal dispute between the two.

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Maine small business owners endorse Gideon for SenateMembers of the Maine Small Business Coalition , a group that represents 4,000 small businesses across Maine, endorsed Democrat Sara Gideon for U.S. Senate at a virtual forum on Tuesday.

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Orono woman charged with voter fraud after allegedly casting former roommate's ballotThe new case was apparently motivated by "a personal dispute" rather than an effort "to influence the outcome of the election," said Marc Malon, a spokesperson for Maine Attorney General Aaron Frey.

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City planner resignsELLSWORTH — Barely four months into her position, City Planner Theresa Oleksiw resigned Friday, Oct.

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Maine Artists Lose $1 Million Contract For Seattle Convention Center InstallationThe pandemic has cost two Maine artists a million-dollar public art project.

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Man killed in forklift accident at worksite in Penobscot CountyCo-workers administered aid, but the Veazie man died of his injuries, state police say.

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Central Maine Oct. 27 police logAugusta and Waterville area police reports for Oct.

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Susan Collins votes against Barrett, heads home to save Senate jobCollins' contrasting moves on the Supreme Court nominations of Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett underscore the difficulty for a senator trying to find middle ground in an election in which the battle lines appear starker than ever.

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Ranked Choice Voting in MaineThere is one week until election day, and Mainers will again be using ranked choice voting.

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Man dies at Kenduskeag industrial siteThe cause of Gary Mullen's death involved a forklift at a rented building on Ames Road, police said.

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STRIVE annual auctionThe STRIVE Auction is a key fundraiser for the organization that serves teens and young adults with intellectual disabilities.

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New Jersey woman treated for minor injuries after car collides with logging truck in FairfieldThe crash occurred after Elizabeth Rude-Bograd, 20, of Oakland, New Jersey, attempted to make a U-turn and ended up in the path of a loaded tractor trailer, police said.

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Protests grip Philadelphia after police kill Black manWalter Wallace's family questions why officers couldn't use less lethal force when confronting a man they said was having a mental health crisis.

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55 sites in Penobscot County recognized for helping kids make healthy choicesLet's Go! has honored one school, 22 school cafeterias, six out-of-school programs, 23 child care programs and three health care practices in Penobscot County for making a positive impact on children's health.

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Report: Before razors were found, Maine company didn't tell officials about metal screws in pizza doughPORTLAND, Maine — A Maine company that produces pizza dough and is the focus of a tampering investigation received three complaints about screws in the dough that were never reported to the Food and Drug Administration, a newspaper reported Tuesday.

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Maine State Police Log Week of Oct. 29ELLSWORTH — A stop for a traffic violation in Hancock Oct. 19 led to arrest for the motorist, the Maine State Police reported.

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Hancock County Sheriff's Log Week of Oct. 29ELLSWORTH — The Hancock County Sheriff's Office investigated a drug overdose at a Blue Hill residence Friday.

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Ellsworth Police Log Week of Oct. 29ELLSWORTH — Police fielded calls complaining of the behaviors of young people under the age of 18 this week and also checked a home trying to find a young person for the state police.

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Hancock County Jail Log Oct. 19-22The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between Oct. 19 and 22: Ryan T. Mooreside, 32, Hancock, violating conditions of release.

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Boyfriend arrested in Maine for North Carolina woman's murderA man has been charged in connection with the death of a Kitty Hawk mother of two after the medical examiner initially ruled her death as undetermined.

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Amy Coney Barrett sworn in at Supreme Court as issues important to Trump awaitNo justice has assumed office so close to a presidential election or immediately confronted issues so directly tied to the incumbent president's political and personal fortunes.

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Biddeford man gets 10 years for hate crimesDuring Maurice Diggins' sentencing on Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Nancy Torresen said the crimes were "among the most serious I have seen."

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Outbreak detected at Rockland assisted-living facilityThe Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention has opened an investigation at Woodlands Memory Care of Rockland, it announced Tuesday.

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4 COVID cases detected in outbreak at Calais churchThe outbreak at Second Baptist Church, located on Church Street in the border city's downtown, marks the second recent COVID-19 outbreak connected to a church.

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Judge rejects Justice Dept. effort to short-circuit case brought by woman who accused Trump of rapeA judge has denied the president's request that the United States - and American taxpayers - replace him as the defendant in a defamation lawsuit alleging he raped a woman in the 1990s.

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Lincoln County Sheriff's ReportYear to date, LCSO has responded to 10,901 calls for service. Arrests On Oct. 24, Michelle L. Sukeforth, 27, of Wiscasset, was arrested for operating under the influence, on Gardiner Road, Dresden, by Deputy David Bellows, who was assisted by Sgt.

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What Happened When a Maine Governor Tried to Rig an ElectionIn a highly partisan environment, a furtive effort to toss out votes led Maine to the brink of civil war.

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Contributions to fund wreaths for Togus cemeteryThe Commander and Past Region I Commander of the Military Order of the World Wars presented to Wayne Hansen, chairman of the Board of Directors of Wreaths Across America , a check in the amount of $1,500 during their monthly meeting on Oct.

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Groups tied to top Senate Democrats put $10M into final ad blitz against Susan CollinsThe reservations of roughly $6 million from Senate Majority PAC and $4 million from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee are notable because they come late in the race, but they will only be a small part of the total picture in a campaign that has seen some $170 million in spending by the candidates and outside groups during this cycle.

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COVID-19 cases grow in Maine, which had kept virus at bayPORTLAND, Maine — Maine has posted three consecutive days with more than 50 reported coronavirus cases for the first time since May.

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Canadian Thanksgiving may be a cautionary tale for Americans amid virus surgeCanadians celebrate Thanksgiving on the second Monday of October, and both provincial and federal officials have pointed to the holiday as a culprit.

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Biddeford man sentenced to 10 years for racially motivated hate crimesA federal judge calls a pair of attacks by 2 men 'among the most serious I have seen.'

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Phillips man charged after his dogs killed another small dogA pack of Thomas Gusler's dogs on Saturday attacked a small dog and a couple who attempted to rescue it.

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Health panel proposes colon cancer tests start at 45, not 50The draft guidelines issued Tuesday by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force reflect a growing concern about rising rates in people under the age of 50.

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Long-running plankton survey to resume this winterBAR HARBOR — Scientists this winter will revive a long-running survey of plankton in the Gulf of Maine.

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Maine students protest policy against promoting Black Lives MatterSCARBOROUGH, Maine — Dozens of students of a Maine high school demonstrated outside a municipal building on Tuesday morning to protest a directive that told staff not to promote the slogan “Black Lives Matter.”.

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Maine Groups Denounce Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court ConfirmationSeveral progressive Maine advocacy groups are denouncing Monday night's confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Maine Pastor Apologizes for COVID Outbreak That Has Infected At Least 60 People"We ask your forgiveness," Pastor Matthew Shaw said on Sunday. "We apologize that the sickness came to our church."

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Why the pope's words about civil unions for gay couples matter"The pope is signaling that he understands there is more to ministering to the faithful than affirming dogma that has been centuries in the making," Michael McGough writes.

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University of New England dorm released from coronavirus quarantineTwo additional rounds of testing have revealed no new coronavirus cases among Featherman Hall residents.

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Bangor council votes to remove monument to Portuguese explorer who abducted Native AmericansThe cross-shaped monument will be removed in the coming weeks, and will be displayed at the Bangor Historical Society, with language detailing the historical and cultural context of Gomez's expedition.

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Maine school bans teachers from saying controversial phrases like 'Black Lives Matter'High school students in Scarborough are speaking out against a controversial policy laid out by the school district for teachers and staff.

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Colby College receives $2 million family gift for new arts, athletics centersDana L. Schmaltz and Kate Enroth donated to name the Colby College Museum of Art's gallery in the art center and the welcome pavilion in the new recreation center.

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Perpetual Rosary with prayers for election set for Lewiston on Oct. 31The month of October is dedicated to the Most Holy Rosary and, in celebration, many Maine parishes have held Rosary gatherings to honor the Blessed Mother.

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COVID-19 is no excuse to not hold long-term care facilities accountable"Holding nursing homes liable for negligent care is not just about lawsuits; it is about protecting current and future nursing home residents," Suzanne Bessette writes.

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UMF proudly announces new members of the University's Board of Visitors for 2020-21The UMF Board of Visitors is a distinguished body of community and regional leaders that advises the president regarding the University’s role and mission and its relationship with the people of Maine.

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Surge in early voting scrambles expectations for Election Day, as states gallop toward record turnoutThe massive turnout all but ensures the majority of ballots will be cast before Election Day for the first time in history.

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UMaine's 6-game CAA football schedule set to kick off in MarchKeep the wool sweaters, scarves and winter jackets on hand because the University of Maine football team is scheduled to host the University of Albany for its home opener on Saturday, March 13, 2021.

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The Latest: Canadian Thanksgiving may be cautionary tale for Americans as coronavirus surgesThe latest on the coronavirus pandemic from around the U.S. and the world.

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Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020: This is personal, reelect Moore, the Catholic voteFor me this is a personal thing. Having been diagnosed with ALS, I look forward to higher healthcare costs, medications, and dependence on Social Security and Medicare — things that are at risk if things remain the same in Washington.

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After 4 years of high drama, Trump's trade policy has limited resultsUnder Trump, freer trade — long a pillar of Republican policy in the United States — was out.

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COVID-19 cases grow in Maine, which had kept virus at bayPORTLAND, Maine — Maine has posted three consecutive days with more than 50 reported coronavirus cases for the first time since May.

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Republican former U.S. attorneys sign letter calling Trump 'a threat to the rule of law'The letter, signed by prosecutors appointed by every GOP president from Eisenhower to Trump, is the latest instance of Republicans backing Biden.

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Critics say Collins' vote against Coney Barrett is ‘too little, too late'Sen. Susan Collins broke ranks with her party on Monday night to vote against the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court — a decision that Collins’ critics and opponents say was both ineffectual and calculated, as the vote falls amid a tense political battle for re-electio.

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Amy Coney Barrett formally sworn in at Supreme Court as issues important to Trump awaitWASHINGTON — Amy Coney Barrett was formally sworn in Tuesday as the Supreme Court's ninth justice, her oath administered by Chief Justice John Roberts.

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Maine CDC announces two new outbreaks in Calais and RocklandJudge rules Northam can remove Robert E. Lee statue in Richmond.

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Consumer confidence dips as virus spreads in USThe consumer confidence index fell to a reading of 100.9, from 101.8 in September, still remains well below pre-pandemic levels.

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Trump eyes hosting election night party at his DC hotelAn election night party at his own hotel is symbolic for a businessman who leveraged his celebrity as a reality star and New York real estate magnate to win the nation's highest office.

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Annual ‘Early Bird Sale' to be Day-LongThe event, which is usually held during the early morning hours, is going to be an all-day event this year in order to spread out the number of shoppers at any given time.

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Joe Biden is the right choice for Maine"Joe Biden will put the health and safety of the American people first and has a robust coronavirus plan," Jonathan Hale writes.

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UMaine releases spring 2021 football scheduleThe University of Maine has released their spring 2021 football schedule. The Black Bears will play six Colonial Athletic Association games that will start on Saturday, March 6.

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Some plan to move, others buy guns: Election has many Americans feeling high anxietyLOS ANGELES — Four months ago, as protesters marched through the city demanding justice for George Floyd, Vena Petty was standing at a market in Burbank when she spotted an older white man glaring at her.

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Latest loss reveals just how deep the Patriots' problems runFOXBOROUGH, Massachusetts — The Patriots were hoping the problems that surfaced during their Week 6 loss to Denver were simply an aberration, a momentary setback rooted in the outbreak of coronavirus in their locker room and the lack of practice time that followed.

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Man charged in burning of Boston ballot drop boxArmand faces a charge of willful and malicious burning, police said. It was not immediately clear whether he has an attorney to speak for him.

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Maine reports 57 new cases of COVID-19Dr. Nirav Shah, Maine CDC director, will brief the media at 2 p.m. today, as new daily cases exceed 50 for 3 days in a row.

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Phillips man summonsed after several dogs kill a small dog and attack people trying to help itSheriff Scott Nichols said a couple was injured when they tried to prevent a pack of dogs from attacking a smaller dog.

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New SunRaise community solar project in Maine now accepting subscribersThe 4.9-MW, 20-acre solar project has completed early construction and is currently awaiting solar panels to be installed.

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New England churches raise enough to erase about $26M in medical debtThat money went to the New-York based nonprofit RIP Medical Debt, which bought debt in August from collection agencies for pennies on the dollar.

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Election Watcher Say Maine Has Good Access, But You Should Still Vote As Early As PossibleThe COVID-19 pandemic is making many things more challenging — including, this year, voting.

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Maine Woodland Owners host virtual forestry information sessionThey have been offering virtual forestry information sessions during the pandemic.

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Maine has country's lowest COVID-19 infection rate despite having oldest populationThe state's positive test rate is averaging roughly 1.21%. For comparison, North Dakota, which has 60% of Maine's total population and with a younger average age of 35, has a rate that's more than 10 times higher.

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Boothbay Legion Takes Hands-On Approach to Veteran HousingA team of veterans from Boothbay's American Legion Post is on a mission to create temporary housing for homeless veterans in Maine.

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Muriel E. BurnheimerMuriel E. Burnheimer, 89, passed away at her home in Waldoboro on Oct. 22, 2020 surrounded by her family after a short bout with cancer.

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Scarborough superintendent apologizes for letter that triggered student protestSuperintendent Sanford Prince said a letter to staff about expressing personal views before the election should not have described Black Lives Matter as a "controversial" phrase.

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57 new coronavirus cases have been reported in MaineNo new deaths were reported Tuesday, leaving the statewide death toll at 146.

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Bucksport, MDI football teams meet in 7-on-7 showdownBUCKSPORT — The first Hancock County battle of the seven-on-seven football season provided quite the contrast of experiences.

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A Maine school has barred teachers from saying ‘Black Lives Matter' during election weekScarborough High School issued a statement to faculty and staff advising them not to use words "that communicate a personal viewpoint" or "have the potential to be controversial or politicized" on school grounds.

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Bath high school soccer teams in quarantine after opponent tests positive for COVID-19Students on the boys' soccer team will be in remote classes until at least November 9.

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Monday, Oct. 26, 2020Girls' soccer Bucksport 1, GSA 0.

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University of Maine student accused of voting as roommateORONO, Maine — A University of Maine student is facing criminal charges for voting with an absentee ballot in the name of a former roommate, officials said Tuesday.

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Amy Coney Barrett swearing-in differs markedly from 'superspreader'When the just-confirmed Barrett returned to the White House on Monday to take her constitutional oath, the celebration was moved to the broader South Lawn, chairs for more than 200 guests were spread about 6 feet apart, and the mask-wearers greatly outnumbered those who declined to cover their faces.

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The Secret Ingredient by KD Fisher: Review and ExcerptBook Details About the Book Title: The Secret Ingredient Author: KD Fisher Genre: Contemporary Romance Imprint: Carina Press.

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Susan Collins and Sara Gideon hit the road as high court dominates before the electionGideon has been critical of Collins' judicial votes throughout the campaign, though both candidates opposed confirming a judge before Election Day.

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With window closing, lawmakers say lack of special session a missed opportunityWith the chance of a special session of the Maine Legislature dwindling each day, lawmakers are expressing frustration that they likely won’t be able to finish the work they started earlier this year before the session was cut short by the pandemic, saying time spent on a number of important bills will be wasted.

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Maine Tasting Center gets OKThe Wiscasset planning board approved the site plan for Maine Tasting Center Monday night. At 506 Bath Road, the former Wiscasset Heritage Village, the tasting center will become an "event space education center," according to owner Andrew Gross.

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Joe Biden goes on offense in Georgia while Trump targets MidwestWASHINGTON — One week until Election Day, Joe Biden is going on offense, heading Tuesday to Georgia — which hasn't backed a Democrat for president since 1992 — and pushing into other territory where President Donald Trump was once expected to easily repeat his wins from four years ago.

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Late October SestinaWarm days ahead where we are, good for music/ from headphones or from speakers shaking the room/ Take a load off, Fanny reverbs through the house.

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Laundry Day MemoriesI made today laundry day. For the last few months, laundry day has become more spaced out in between washings.

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Maine manufacturer did not report customer complaints of screws in pizza doughA pizza dough manufacturer did not report three complaints made in September about screws found in its product sold at Hannaford stores.

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Maine poll workers ‘tense' as Election Day looms, along with unprecedented flood of absentee ballotsMaine poll workers on Tuesday can start processing an unprecedented deluge of absentee ballots that voters have mailed in or, in many cases, hand-delivered this month.

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Mail that absentee ballot today to ensure it's counted on Election DayThat’s the U.S. Postal Service’s recommendation for voters. The agency said that absentee ballots should be mailed — complete with postage, unless provided with a prepaid envelope — one week ahead of Election Day, Nov.

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As the pandemic rages on, Mainers look to more soothing activities for their self-careAfter months of facing global, national and local stressors, how people approach self-care is changing, according to mental health professionals.

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Days of cider and cheese in EllsworthELLSWORTH — Local apple historian Todd Little-Siebold and Khristopher Hogg of Belfast’s Perennial Cider Bar + Farm Kitchen will co-lead a live virtual tasting via Zoom as the centerpiece of Heart of Ellsworth’s Third Annual Downeast Cider + Cheese Festival running Friday-Sunday, Nov.

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Brooks pastor apologizes as outbreak spreads in Waldo CountyPastor Matthew Shaw addressed the situation in a video on the church's Facebook page, saying the church regrets what has happened and is asking for forgiveness.

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Manufacturer did not report customer complaints of screws in pizza doughA pizza dough manufacturer did not report three complaints made in September about screws found in its product sold at Hannaford stores.

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Last scheduled trip of the fallYesterday I fished with a young couple for bass and pike on Seven Tree Pond.

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Racial justiceThe outbreak in Waldo County associated with Brooks Pentecostal Church has now been linked to at least 60 coronavirus cases, according to a Maine CDC spokesperson.

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Election Day and the great task before us nowThis is our time in history to take on the great task before us and to go beyond it by making the system work for everyday people.

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Issues important to Trump await Amy Coney Barrett on Supreme CourtFrom left, first lady Melania Trump, President Donald Trump, Amy Coney Barrett and Jesse Barrett, stand on the Blue Room Balcony after Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas administered the Constitutional Oath on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington on Monday.

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Biddeford man to be sentenced for Maine's first federal hate crimeA Biddeford man will be sentenced Tuesday for a federal hate crime for the first time in Maine.

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Curriculum: DrawingEssential part of learning For years weve been talking about the value of arts integration and the value of connecting the arts to other content.

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Nature-based Climate Solutions Help BirdsDespite what deniers continue to wrongly promote, we know that climate change is real, and that the level of carbon humans are spewing into the atmosphere is the primary cause of it.

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Random drivel.Before walking to the mailbox yesterday, I was unaware a voting report card even existed.

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COVID-19 cases grow in Maine, which had kept virus at bayPORTLAND, Maine — Maine has posted three consecutive days with more than 50 reported coronavirus cases for the first time since May.

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On this date in Maine history: Oct. 2727, 1775: Col. Benedict Arnold, continuing his three-month march to Quebec at the start of the American Revolution, writes a letter to Gen.

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BriefsSCARBOROUGH Kiwanis donate new books to public schools The Scarborough Kiwanis Club recently donated over 700 new books to the Scarborough Public Schools.

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EventsClose to Home events.

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BirthsMid Coast Hospital Ansel Oisin Pidgeon Kelley, born Oct. 14 to Jennifer Anne Pidgeon and Colin Matthew Kelley of Topsham.

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If you're mailing your absentee ballot, better send it out todayWith Election Day only 7 days off, officials warn that any ballots mailed after Oct.

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Maine Voices: Democratic Party heading in the wrong direction on immigrationThe party's platform is centered on a selective application of law enforcement that looks a lot like ‘openish' borders.

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Active cases of coronavirus in Maine up 129 from a week agoActive cases of coronavirus in the state rose by 21 overnight Tuesday for a total of 766.

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Maine has country's lowest COVID-19 infection rate despite having oldest populationThe state's positive test rate is averaging roughly 1.21%. For comparison, North Dakota, which has 60% of Maine's total population and with a younger average age of 35, has a rate that's more than 10 times higher.

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Maine man to be sentenced for federal hate crimesA Biddeford man will be sentenced Tuesday for federal hate crimes after he was convicted of attacking Black men in Portland and Biddeford in 2018.

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Maine sees increase of more than 50 COVID-19 cases for 3rd consecutive dayThe Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported an increase of 57 coronavirus cases on Tuesday and no new deaths.

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57 more coronavirus cases reported in Maine, no new deathsThe death toll stands at 146. There have been 6,311 coronavirus cases reported in Maine as of Tuesday.

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PCHS at Foxcroft field hockey  October 27th @ 3:15 PMThe Foxcroft Ponies will host the PCHS Pirates in a field hockey game on Tuesday, October 27th.

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After key victories, Maine ‘Black POWER' group hints at what's to comeThe Bangor Daily News interviewed two founding members, Christiana Marvray and Mariana Angelo, in the days before and after a recent rally.

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Bangor, Maine: Where IT's atLast month, I paid a visit to Stephen Kings house and some other King-related spots in Bangor, and I might as well have been stepping into Derry, Maine and the pages of IT.

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Obituary: Mary Annette CobbCobb passed peacefully into the presence of Jesus Oct. 25, 2020, joining her beloved husband of...

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Obituary: Jean Buotte CaronJean Buotte Caron of Naples, Fla. passed away peacefully on Saturday, Oct.

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Obituary: Theresa ChampagneTheresa Champagne, 86, a resident of Montello Manor Nursing Home, died Friday Oct. 23, 2020 at Androscoggin Hospice House....

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Obituary: Donald N. PerreaultDonald N. Perreault of Greene passed away on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020 after a long illness.

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Obituary: Catherine E. CarrollCarroll, 83, passed away Oct. 23, 2020 with her loving family by her side. She...

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Obituary: Robert "Bob" DayonRobert "Bob" Dayon, 89, of Rumford, passed peacefully on Oct.

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White House touts benefits of Trump policies in Maine, but it may be too soon to gauge effectsA recent report from President Donald Trump’s administration touting his economic and trade policies and their effect on Maine is playing a major part in his outreach to the state ahead of next Tuesday’s election, but the claims come with large caveats.

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New LifeFlight helipad to bring urgent care closer to popular Down East outdoors destinationThe helipad is just one of four located in Washington County. David Snow Jr. donated the land for the helipad, and town project coordinator Roger Rossignol led the organization in installing the helipad.

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UMaine teams expect to only play Hockey East rivals this seasonSeveral years ago, UMaine and several other Hockey East teams played both conference and non-conference games against each other to fill out their schedules and save money.

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It may have felt congested, but Acadia is on track to have 1 million fewer visits this yearThe drop this year in people visiting Acadia National Park, a significant number of whom are out-of-state tourists, has major implications for the state’s tourism industry, especially in eastern Maine where the park is Maine’s primary tourist attraction.

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20 years after joining the Bangor program, Don Erb is the boys soccer head coachWhen the boys varsity soccer coaching job opened up at Bangor High School last summer, Steve Vanidestine did not have to look far to find Garth Berenyi's successor.

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Watch this Maine black bear take a bath in the woodsToday, we'll add to the things that bears do in the woods with something you might not expect: They take baths.

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Here are the 5 candidates vying for Rockland City CouncilMuch like recent council races, tackling the city's affordable-housing crisis and economic development are among the top priorities for candidates.

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Sara Gideon, Susan Collins to meet for only 1-on-1 debate as exclusions roil race's last weekDebates have been a flashpoint in the Senate race since Gideon won the Democratic primary in July.

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Biden goes on offense in Georgia while Trump targets MidwestJoe Biden plans to use the week before Election Day to go on offense, heading Tuesday to Georgia and planning travel that may put President Trump on defense in other states he won 4 years ago.

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Maine lawmakers react to Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation to Supreme CourtAmy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Supreme Court late Monday by a deeply divided Senate, Republicans overpowering Democrats to install President Donald Trump's nominee days before the election and secure a likely conservative court majority for years to come.

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Paris voters reject marijuana ordinanceThe law, which would allow three small facilities in town, failed passage at a special town meeting.

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Looking Back on Oct. 27100 Years Ago: 1920 Hiram W. Ricker of Poland Spring came out Friday from the William Tell Club Camp at Spencers Pond.

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Hill seeking 4th term as Water District supervisorSOUTH PARIS — Gary L. Hill of Waterford will run for his fourth three-year term as supervisor for the Oxford County Soil and Water Conservation District.

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Jack Carney: Sheats shows respect for communityI appreciated reading the candidate review for Maine House District 64, representing Auburn and Minot.

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Federal government to send 400,000 rapid COVID-19 tests to MaineThe federal government is increasing the number of COVID-19 rapid testing devices being sent to Maine.

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Trump, Biden surrogates to make last-ditch stops in MaineDonald Trump Jr. and Jill Biden will each make stops in Maine's 2nd District this week as the race heads into its final days.

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Company failed to report screws found in its pizza doughScarborough-based It'll Be Pizza didn't report the complaints it got from 3 consumers in September until after a former employee was charged in October with putting razor blades in dough balls at Hannaford stores.

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Maine CDC reports 44 new coronavirus cases, no additional deathsState officials on Friday moved Waldo County into the yellow risk category for schools as more cases were linked to a church outbreak there.

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Maine official negative for virus after notification of potential exposure at Mike Pence rallyAndre Cushing, a former Republican state senator from Hampden, said he was contacted early Wednesday morning by White House medical staff two days after Pence's visit.

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Manuel Named Player Of Year In MaineUConn freshman Caleb Manuel has put the finishing touch on a year of outstanding golf in his home state by being named the 2020 Dr. Leonardo Buck Player of the Year by the Maine State Golf Association.

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Collins votes no on Barrett's confirmation, says she did not make decision on qualificationsMaine's Republican senator says the Supreme Court vacancy should have been filled by the winner of the presidential election and she did not reach a conclusion on Amy Coney Barrett's qualifications.

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Maine Compass: Struggling families need broadband, digital literacyOnline education during the pandemic has revealed complex problems around technology and equity.

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Local golf season continues to wind downArea players are squeezing in some of their final rounds of the season before winter sets in.

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GOP confirms Barrett to Supreme Court despite Susan Collins' no voteMonday's 52-48 vote was the closest high court confirmation ever to a presidential election, and the first in modern times with no support from the minority party.

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Maine officials propose doubling budget for agency charged with defending the poorThis article was originally published by The Maine Monitor in partnership with ProPublica, a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power.

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Senior captain leaves UMaine men's basketball team to turn proThe 6-foot-8 forward from Belgrade, Serbia, who last month was selected by head coach Richard Barron as a team captain, plans to play in his home country.

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Eli Lilly antibody drug fails in a COVID-19 study, but other testing goes onWhile the drug did not seem to help hospitalized patients, the government is continuing a separate study testing its use in mild to moderately ill patients, to try to prevent hospitalization and severe illness.

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Ticker: Lawmakers send Baker bill to bolster UI benefits; Study finds Lobster numbers healthy off Maine, poor in southAs many as 17,000 unemployed Massachusetts residents could become eligible for thousands of dollars in additional unemployment benefits under legislation the House and Senate passed Monday.

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High school roundup: Presque Isle girls shut out Fort FairfieldPresque Isle goals: Jenna Sargent, Karlyn Gilmour, Jocelyn Gagnon, Olivia Kohlbacher, Mia Casavant; assist: Lacey Jandreau; goalies, PI: Raegan Libby, Lexi Morningstar 2 saves; Fort Fairfield : Eva Callioras 10 saves.

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Women block traffic across Poland over abortion banDemonstrators took to the streets in more than 150 cities across the country, making it one of the largest anti-government protests in recent years.

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Oct. 26, 2020: How Pollworkers, Voters and Others Are Feeling Right NowThis Day in Maine gathers together the news that matters to Mainers. The nightly show features stories from the award-winning Maine Public News team.

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Navy analysts: Competing shipyard's loss isn't BIW's gainBad news for Huntington Ingalls, the only other shipyard that makes Arleigh Burke-class destroyers for the Navy, doesn't mean the Navy will be more inclined to give BIW future contracts to build ships, according to Navy analysts.

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Donald Trump Jr. to visit Hermon on Thursday in return to Maine's 2nd DistrictTrump Jr. will speak at Greenway Equipment Sales in Hermon at 5:30 p.m. The visit will be his second to the Bangor area this year after speaking at a rally in Holden in late September, where he gave a speech largely aimed at stirring the Republican base.

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Editorial: Drug-overdose deaths rise steadily in MaineA AFrom January to June, 258 Mainers died because of a drug overdose.  In the first quarter were Maine, a 23 percent.

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Maine towns need more plow drivers to deal with snowSCARBOROUGH – With the snowy months ahead, public works directors in Maine say they don’t have enough drivers to deal with the snow.

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Simon Allen gets hat trick in Red Devils win over GreenvilleSimon Allen scored three goals to lead the Central Red Devils to a 7-1 win over Greenville on Monday afternoon.

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Mayor: Video will be released in Black motorists' shootingIllinois police claim Marcellis Stinnette and Tafara Williams fled during a traffic stop.

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State wants to locate ash trees sold at Lowe'sThe trees, sold at the stores in multiple Maine communities this spring and summer, may be infested with emerald ash borers.

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Fearing infestation, state wants to locate ash trees sold at Lowe'sThe trees, sold at the stores in multiple Maine communities this spring and summer, may be infested with destructive emerald ash borers.

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Gardiner Area High School reports probable COVID-19 caseA letter from MSAD 11 Superintendent Patricia Hopkins, released to the community Monday afternoon, announced a switch to fully remote learning at the high school, beginning Tuesday.

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Independent Maine Candidates File Complaint After Being Excluded From WMTW Senate DebateThe two independent candidates in Maine's U.S. Senate race have filed a formal complaint with the Federal Elections Commission for being excluded from this Wednesday's debate hosted by Portland television station WMTW.

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Central Maine Oct. 26 police logAugusta and Waterville area police reports for Oct.

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Pair indicted for alleged Waterville drive-by shootingA Kennebec County grand jury handed up indictments on numerous incidents last week.

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Scientists Estimate 366 Right Whales Remain On EarthFederal scientists are adjusting their estimate of how many endangered North Atlantic right whales are left on the planet down to 366 as of Jan.

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Student displays nudity during Bangor High Zoom classThis was the first incident of Zoom-bombing — the unwanted disruption of video calls — that Bangor students have experienced during remote lessons this semester.

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'A Lot More Angst' — How Maine Poll Workers, Voters Prepared For Next Tuesday's Unique ElectionMaine poll workers on Tuesday can start processing an unprecedented deluge of absentee ballots that voters have mailed in or, in many cases, hand-delivered this month.

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As new deadline approaches, employers take issue with state grant programConfusing application language and incomplete requirements may have sunk chances for some struggling small businesses and nonprofits to get state assistance in the program's first phase.

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In 1984, a Mainer cast the first-ever vote for Joe Biden for presidentKeron Kerr said Monday she alone backed him at the Democratic convention because he wowed with his speech, his thinking and his smile.

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Watch: Confirmation vote for US Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney BarrettMonday's vote is the closest high court confirmation ever to a presidential election, and the first in modern times with no support from the minority party.

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Man arrested in Maine, charged with second-degree murder after Kitty Hawk mother's death initially ruled undeterminedA man has been charged in connection with the death of a Kitty Hawk mother of two after the medical examiner initially ruled her death as undetermined.

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Maine officials hunt for ash trees sold at Lowe'sAUGUSTA — Officials from the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry are asking for the public's help in locating ash trees sold at Lowe's stores in Maine during the spring and summer 2020.

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Trump, Biden hit battleground Pennsylvania, but with different approachesThe president stages rallies with thousands of largely mask-less supporters, while the former vice president meets with a few dozen supporters outside a field office.

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Trump charges into battleground states despite rising virusHis Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, tries to demonstrate that he is taking the pandemic seriously by holding fewer in-person events.

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Latest estimate shows 11 percent decline in North Atlantic right whale populationThe drop to 366 whales in 2019, attributed partly to the revision of previous numbers, is an alarming development for the endangered species.

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New England senators float Supreme Court reform as Amy Coney Barrett nears confirmation"They expect that they're gonna be able to break the rules with impunity and when the shoe, maybe, is on the other foot, nothing is going to happen?"

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Muslims call for French goods boycott to protest caricaturesFrench President Emmanuel Macron doubled down over the weekend, saying 'we will not give in, ever.'

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Maine CDC ends investigation at Madison nursing home after 28 days with no new COVID-19 casesMaplecrest Rehabilitation and Living Center, which had violated federal requirements to prevent the spread of COVID-19, has had a revised plan of correction deemed acceptable by state officials.

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Maine CDC closes outbreak investigation at Madison nursing home after 28 days without new COVID casesMaplecrest Rehabilitation and Living Center, which previously violated federal requirements to prevent the spread of COVID-19, has also had a revised plan of correction deemed acceptable by state officials.

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Jared Kushner says Black people must 'want to be successful'WASHINGTON — Presidential adviser Jared Kushner said Monday that President Donald Trump wants to help Black people in America, but they have to "want to be successful" for his policies to work.

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Bowdoinham town office closed due to potential COVID-19 exposure, interrupting early in-person votingNicole Briand, interim town manager, said residents can still drop ballots in the secure ballot box or request an absentee ballot online, but confirmed that the polls were closed for early voting Monday.

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Stocks have their worst day in a month as virus cases surgeThe stock market had its worst day in a month as virus cases surge and help for the economy from Washington remains nowhere in sight.

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Muslims call for French goods boycott to protest caricaturesFrench President Emmanuel Macron doubled down over the weekend, saying 'we will not give in, ever.'

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Maine senators share thoughts on SCOTUS confirmation voteSenator Angus King and Susan Collins are giving their thoughts on Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation.

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Maine official alerted to potential COVID exposure after Pence visitAt least one public official who attended Mike Pence's visit to Hermon last week was contacted and told they had come in contact with a positive case.

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Bucksport Main Street closed due to suspected gas leakBUCKSPORT — Public safety officials have closed Main Street to through traffic Monday afternoon while Bangor Natural Gas repairs a leak near Camden National Bank.

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Deer hunt yields culinary pleasuresWood split and stacked: check. Rain barrels drained: check. Pumpkins and squash harvested: check. Screen doors swapped out for storm doors: check.

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Lincoln County CourtsTonya Baldwin, 44, Boothbay, domestic violence assault, Sept. 26, 2018, dismissed ; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, Sept.

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A Walk in the WoodsMoosehead Lake Described by Henry David Thoreau as a gleaming silver platter at the end of the table, Moosehead Lake is the largest lake in Maine and the largest mountain lake in the eastern United States.

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Eagle-eyed 6-year-old helps dad bag a second bird"Keeping the tradition alive is important to me but selfishly, this is one day of hunting this dad will never forget," Free Martin writes.

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Maine Music Society announces 3rd annual Online AuctionLEWISTON — An amazing assortment of items will be offered in the Maine Music Society's third online auction beginning at noon Saturday, Nov.

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New York City production group bringing one-woman show to Fayette's South Road FarmWinthrop native Chris Henry will direct ‘Fireside,' a one-woman show based on four classic literary tales, that will have two showings Saturday.

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Tentative Cam Newton suddenly unable to produce for the Pats"Pre-COVID Cam was electric. Post-COVID Cam is a tipped-over outhouse," Sterling Pingree writes.

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Portland-based jewelry store chain marks 150th anniversarySpringer's Jewelers evolved from a Westbrook dry goods store founded in 1870 into a downtown Portland jeweler.

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Trunk-or-treat gatherings, haunted car wash headline central Maine Halloween eventsWith pandemic restrictions discouraging trick-or-treating, local businesses and organizations are planning a variety of activities for children.

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As virus resurges, so does fear of more economic pain aheadAll that aid is gone. Yet prospects for more federal stimulus this year appear all but dead, clouding the future for the unemployed, for small businesses like Szuter's and for the economy as a whole.

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Trump aide: 'We're not going to control the pandemic'White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, pressed to explain why the pandemic cannot be reined in, said, "Because it is a contagious virus just like the flu." He told CNN's "State of the Union" that the government was focused on getting effective therapeutics and vaccines to market.

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Surprise strength of U.S. recovery linked to aid, quick reopeningThe pandemic is expected to restrict growth for months and possibly years.

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Study: Lobster population healthy off Maine coast while poor in southern New EnglandLobster fishermen pulled in record catches of the crustaceans off Maine in the last decade, but the catch collapsed off more southern states such as Connecticut.

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Editorial: Face masks: ‘Seldom has so little been asked for so much benefit'"To protect your coworkers, your friends, your friends, yourself and people you don't even know, wear a mask," the BDN Editorial Board writes.

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Coronavirus deaths are rising again in the US, as fearedHealth experts had warned that it was only a matter of time before deaths turned upward, given the record-breaking surge in cases engulfing the country.

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Mainers benefit as region's churches erase about $26 million in medical debtUnited Church of Christ congregations across southern New England helped raise enough money to help almost 20,000 families nationally.

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Study: Lobster population healthy off Maine, poor in southPORTLAND, Maine — The American lobster population is in decent shape off of Maine and Canada, but continues to decline in southern New England, according to an assessment by an interstate regulatory group.

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Old Town death ruled a homicideMaine State Police detectives have interviewed the shooter, but say no charges have been filed as of Monday.

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Man charged in burning of ballot drop box in BostonBOSTON — A man was charged with setting a Boston ballot drop box on fire and damaging dozens of ballots, police said Monday.

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Coronavirus deaths are rising again in the US, as fearedCases are climbing in nearly every state, despite assurances from President Donald Trump over the weekend that "we're rounding the turn, we're doing great."

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Trump charges into battleground states despite rising virusThe final days of the campaign are crystalizing the starkly different approaches Trump and Biden have taken to address the worst public health crisis in a century — with risks for each candidate.

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60,000 in Southern California to evacuate after blaze growsPowerful winds across the state prompted power cut to hundreds of thousands to prevent utility equipment from sparking new blazes.

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Ellsworth Parish to hold $15,000 Matching Advent ChallengeThanks to the incredible generosity of an anonymous donor, St. Joseph Parish in Ellsworth has the opportunity to close a budget gap created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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