By Sarah E. Reynolds - Apr 16
Our year-old German Shepherd, Cushla, is crazy – I mean nuts -- about tennis balls. They are just about her favorite thing on earth, except food ...
By Barbara F. Dyer - Apr 13
Last week, I reminisced about earlier days, this week continues where I left off:
Camden Public Library is much larger today and a beehive of ...
By Jan Dolcater - Apr 12
Today we tend to be so self-absorbed in our personal lives that we are not paying attention to what the politicians are doing and we are being ...
By David Grima - Apr 12
Sunday morning as I was conducting my ablutions from a bucket of half-melted ice water on top of the west tower, I put an old record of songs by ...
By Kathreen Harrison - Apr 11
According to data collected from principals around the state and reported by Donaldson and Marnik in The Maine Principal Study, principals have ...
By Betty Heald - Apr 11
This week's column is dedicated to upcoming Earth Day. Are you one of those who feel the Earth can take care of itself?
Liver with Apples
Abandon association with Fox Hill
Open letter to the Board of Trustees and President of McLean Hospital, Board of Fellows and President of Harvard ...
By Lynette L. Walther - Apr 10
Every once in a while a new product comes down the gardening path, something that makes us sit up and take notice. It has to be something novel, ...
Congratulations to all of you for your perseverance and for the professional manner in which you allowed the Rockland Planning Board ...
By Reade Brower - Apr 10
“A society that has more justice is a society that needs less charity," — Ralph Nader, poet, activist, author, speaker, and attorney (b. 1934). ...
By Dwight Collins - Apr 09
I have never really been a complainer, but as I get older I have begun to feel that if I am going to pay hard-earned money for something – I ...
By Gretchen Richards and ... - Apr 07
Recently there have been several articles written in the paper regarding standards-based education in the Camden-Rockport and Five Town CSD school ...
By David Grima - Apr 05
By the time last week’s Courier arrived I was so cold, and so short of stuff with which to light my evening fire up here in the east tower, that ...
By Jan Dolcater - Apr 05
Welfare is a far larger problem than most citizens realize. It is important for all to understand that the components of welfare are threefold — ...
By Barbara F. Dyer - Apr 05
Many of my readers may not know what went on in Camden in the 1950s and 1960s. Many may think it is ancient history, but to some of us it was only ...
Why doesn’t Rockland have a city planner?
Ever wonder why streets get dug up multiple times?
Ever wonder why we as taxpayers pay multiple times to ...
By Betty Heald - Apr 04
This week's column is dedicated to you who got through April Fool's Day unscathed.
Yummy Squash Bread
1 3/4 cups flour
3/4 cup sugar
1 teaspoon ...
By Tom Seymour - Apr 04
For most of us, getting outside and working in our yards is not an option. Lingering snow keeps us housebound and even where snow has melted, ...
By Reade Brower - Apr 03
“He who opens up a school door, closes a prison,” Victor Hugo, poet, novelist, dramatist (1802-1885).
I love teaching moments so when I read ...
Please don’t insult us
Fox Hill Real Estate’s recent assertion that if Fox Hill/McLean is allowed to move forward with their facility at Fox Hill ...