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  • Published
    January 5, 2023

    Column: Work-arounds

    Mike Skinner on improvised home improvement.

  • Published
    January 5, 2023

    Column: Happy birthday to The Strand

    David Grima on power outages, Christmas trees, and The Strand.

  • Published
    January 5, 2023

    Column: Zelenskyy and the Ukrainian matryoshka doll

    Shlomit Auciello on what gets lost in translation, and Volodymyr Zelenskyy's journey from comedy to the presidency. Shlomit Auciello is an award-winning writer, photographer, and human ecologist who has lived in Midcoast Maine since 1988. Letter From Away has appeared online and in print, on and off since 1992, and is published here on a bi-weekly basis.

  • Published
    January 3, 2023

    Cartoons: The year in review

    Illustrator Dan Kirchoff and his favorite cartoons from 2022.

  • Published
    January 3, 2023

    Column: Astrologically Speaking

    Ananur Forma, who has studied Astrological Wisdom since the 1970s, looks at astrological events in early January.

  • Published
    December 30, 2022

    Cartoon: Peace on Earth

    Illustrator Dan Kirchoff and the editorial staff wish all readers a peaceful New Year.

  • Published
    December 29, 2022

    Editorial: Farewell 2022, welcome 2023

    We spent much of the past year fighting for the wrong things and focused on the wrong priorities.

  • Published
    December 29, 2022

    Column: Community building

    Glenn on a special Rockland building. Glenn Billington is a lifelong resident of Rockland and has worked for The Courier-Gazette and The Free Press since 1989.

  • Published
    December 29, 2022

    Camden Herald letter: The beavers of Knowlton Dam

    Charlie Graham of Camden poses a question about beavers and dams to Camden Select Board Vice Chair Allison McKellar.

  • Published
    December 29, 2022

    Camden Herald Column: When things fall apart

    Alison McKellar, Camden resident and member of the Select Board, warns that when flooding occurs in built-up areas that aren't well engineered for moving water, it can result in private piers and whatever else is floating around the harbor crashing up onto the shore.

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