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UMF presents ‘Social Change and the Crisis of American Law’ on Jan. 30(1)

January 20, 2018

FARMINGTON – Why, in America today, is there so much political discord? Why is there so much controversy over so many social issues? These questions will be examined by the University of Maine at Farmington Public Classroom series with “Social Change and the Crisis of American Law,” a presentation by Frank Underkuffler, Maine attorney and […]

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Libertarian Party of Maine candidate petitions, registration outreach on Jan. 20

WILTON – A representative of the Libertarian Party of Maine will be in the Meeting Room of the Wilton Free Public Library on Saturday, Jan. 20, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. with candidate petitions, registration forms and other information available. Although the Libertarian Party is currently a fully recognized legal party in Maine, candidates […]

Mt. Abram student named DAR Good Citizen

SALEM – Mt. Abram High School is very pleased to announce that this year’s Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen is Evan MacKay, son of Sean and Denise MacKay, of Carrabassett Valley. The DAR Good Citizen Program is sponsored by the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution and locally by the Colonial Daughters […]

Colonial Daughters member honored for service

FARMINGTON – Colonial Daughters Chapter DAR of Farmington recently presented a 50 year “Certificate of Membership” to one of their members, Theo Averill Walker Ross of Harrison. Ross was also presented a lovely pin depicting her 50 years of service to the organization. Ross joined the Colonial Daughters on October 18, 1967, over the years […]

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