By Betty Heald - Oct 23
This week's column is dedicated to all the people who enjoy a Happy Halloween.
Mocha Pumpkin Seeds
6 tablespoons sugar
2 tablespoons baking ...
By Jeffrey Evangelos - Oct 23
On Jan. 11, 1944, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, in his State of the Union address, urged Congress to draft legislation that would achieve a ...
By Todd Blodgett - Oct 23
Although I am a deer hunter, not a bear hunter, I have some serious concerns about commercials that are now being aired by those who want to ban ...
By Dale E. Landrith Sr. - Oct 23
The education of our youth is our future. Excellence must be the goal that motivates educational decisions for our children. Teachers must be ...
Why current zoning is fair
Currently our zoning applies the same restrictions and gives the same privileges to all residential area inns. It also ...
By Kris Ferrazza - Oct 23
“I am thankful to all those that said no. It’s because of them, I did it myself.”
Lately I keep seeing this quote, and it’s been attributed to ...
By Dwight Collins - Oct 23
Ridding yourself of negativity has to be near the top of things that are extremely difficult to do. It is like rabbits, it multiplies quickly, ...
By Lynette L. Walther - Oct 23
Gardeners have long depended on sedums like "Autumn joy" for late-season color as well as their cold hardiness and ability to shine through ...
By David Grima - Oct 23
Recently I entertained for dinner one of the writer's uncles I mentioned last week. Sitting up here at the top of the east tower at the foot of ...
Complains of City Council 'censorship'
I would like to talk about censorship. Along with that I would like to talk about enforcement. Why are ...
By Reade Brower - Oct 23
“As societies grow decadent, the language grows decadent, too. Words are used to disguise, not to illuminate, action: you liberate a city by ...
By Daryl Dejoy - Oct 22
In its campaign to defeat Question 1, Maine’s Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Department claims to have science—bear biology to be exact—on its ...
By Lawrence Reichard - Oct 20
In 2012, I was thinking about running for the state House of Representatives in Bangor, where I was living at the time, and I went to a workshop ...
By Dale E. Landrith Sr. - Oct 20
Some years ago while I was having a house constructed, the bricklayer who was to build the fireplace taught me a valuable lesson.
In the midst of ...
By Tom Seymour - Oct 16
It’s mid-October and it never once occurred to me that I would have fresh eggplant on hand at this time of year. But I do indeed have eggplants, ...
By The Courier-Gazette ... - Oct 16
United Mid-Coast Charities took a strong first step this week by delivering $330,000 to more than 50 organizations in Knox and Waldo counties ...
Setting record straight
I believe there is general confusion about who proposed the alternative plan to retain the Rockport Library building in ...
By Betty Heald - Oct 16
This week's column is dedicated to friends. Where would we be without them?
Sweet Maple Roasted Acorn Squash
4 teaspoons coconut oil
2 small acorn ...
By Jim Hughes - Oct 15
The old tannery site on Washington Street in Camden has sat essentially abandoned for years, taken over by the town for non-payment of back taxes. ...
By Reade Brower - Oct 13
“If more politicians in this country were thinking about the next generation instead of the next election, it might be better for the United ...