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Stinson | Wiscasset Journal

I missed the rear admiral part of David Stinson’s life. In the 1980s he was primarily the Reverend Joseph David Stinson and a good friend, although we were not his flock members at the Boothbay Harbor Congregational Church. David and his wife Cindy disembarked at Boothbay Harbor in 1982. During …

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County attorney fees reviewed by council

Saturday August 28, 2021 5:00 am County Attorney Ed Ormsby is pictured at the County Courthouse in 2020. Photo by David Slone, Times-Union. County Counsel Ed Ormsby’s fees were considered by County Council Thursday during the County Commissioners Cumulative Capital Development Budget hearing. For 2020 spent, legal services were listed …

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Waverly Newspapers

A successful 2021 group season The Grand Waverly Municipal Band concluded its 2021 summer season on July 22. Over 70 residents of Waverly and surrounding communities participated in one of our eight concerts. Our youngest players were in fifth grade and our oldest player was 90 years old. Following the …

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The community barbecue in Woolwich attracts many

If you offer a free barbecue they will come, and many have, gather on Saturday afternoons on the lawn of the Woolwich Municipal Office to eat, chat and enjoy live music provided by the Montsweagers. “We had a consistent number of people coming all afternoon,” David King Sr., chairman of …

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Newspaper delivery moves to US courier

Through [email protected] | to August 22, 2021 Beginning with Thursday’s edition, Uvalde Leader-News will switch from door-to-door delivery by carrier to US mail for subscribers living in the city. Subscribers will continue to receive their Thursday issue through Thursday when they receive their mail. However, Sunday delivery will be delayed …

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Newspaper editorial omits relevant facts | Letters

It was sad, but not unexpected, to see the Jefferson County Watertown Daily Times publish an editorial on Tuesday that called my recent decision to end an Ogdensburg city council meeting as “beyond the absurd. And an example of a “tantrum” on my part. The editorial claims that I behaved …

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Joseph M. Provissiero Jr. | Wiscasset Journal

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Joseph M. Provissiero Jr. Joe, 81, who died on June 18, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia, while undergoing treatment for peripheral T cell lymphoma. . He was born in Paterson, New Jersey on November 1, 1939, the eldest son of …

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