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The Augusta home for women is closing at the end of the year after 134 years of operation.
The usually brash driver known as’Smoke’ speaks with a quavering voice as he returns to the track for the first time since his car struck and killed Kevin Ward.
The meat was distributed to Rosemont markets in Portland and Yarmouth and Maine Meat in Kittery.
If Obama’s opponents really wanted to ruin his life, they’d tell him to golf more, not less.
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Enjoy a whale of a meal at the Whale’s Rib Tavern
“Darkness First” and “Historic Shipwrecks of Penobscot Bay”
To find the obituaries from the Kennebec Journal, please visit this link. For Morning Sentinel, please visit this link.
Scholarship Golf Classic set for Friday Sept. 12.
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