As the acorns started crashing down on the deck and the roof and everywhere else, I became aware that there were no squirrels around collecting them. In fact, I realized I haven’t seen a squirrel climbing a tree, running on the ground, or even doing acrobatics on the suet cake holder in several months. I’m surrounded by woods and oak and other trees and there are no squirrels!
This is a heartfelt message and explanation to our neighbors in Bristol who are upset about the activity on our land and who may not realize that our values for nature and the environment are more in alignment with theirs than they might think.
“Another View,” like any group daring to dispute progressive-approved, politically correct talking points, has had a series of trolls assigned to regularly post online “responses.”
Greetings, dear readers. Here I am, your Marilyn Beane’s World columnist finally coming to you with news about myself, which I am still recovering from being so ill at Pen Bay in Rockport. This is the nearest hospital to where I live now.
We encourage our readers – lovers of oysters and those who prefer less slippery cuisine – to attend the Pemaquid Oyster Festival on Sunday.
Canvas craft and the art of meticulousness: I had the pleasure of spending time on Saturday, Sept. 14 with Benjamin Zook at his business, Cooper Canvas, located at 544 Cooper Road in Whitefield.
This is to the person who goes to the Nobleboro-Jefferson Transfer Station each week and lets the newspapers he is carrying fly out of his truck along the Back Meadow Road. I’m tired of picking up your trash every week.
Road safety has been on many of our minds this summer. Fatal traffic accidents always have a way of reminding us to pay attention. Since we all need to share the road – school buses, cars, trucks, and motorcycles, as well as bicycles and walkers – here are some reminders and some new laws to consider when you leave your house.
I first became a customer of Camden National Bank around 2002, when I worked across the parking lot at Movie Gallery.
Catch it while you can: On Wednesday, Sept. 4, I caught the very last day of Jefferson artist Carol Wiley’s exhibit titled “Figures and Shapes” in the West Gallery at River Arts, located at 241 Route 1 in Damariscotta.
In the early 1940s, World War II battles in the Pacific would often leave U.S. soldiers stranded at sea for days, and lacking drinking water posed a serious threat to their survival.
I’m sure if someone had seen me, they would have called the police. As it was, I had already walked around their house talking to myself, and now I was tookus over teakettle, hanging out of their garage window, my legs flailing like an air dancer trying to sell you the latest cellphone.
A Sept. 4 article on the Washington, D.C. political website The Hill is creating some buzz here in Lincoln County.
On Thursday, Sept. 5, I was invited by Sen. Susan Collins to give witness and testify at the United States Senate Aging Committee hearing on the TICK Act: An Urgent Public Health Response to Tick-Borne Diseases.