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  • Published
    March 25, 2015

    My old friend Leo

    Leo, the Lion, has stalked the evening sky for months actually, but by around 10 p.m. in the middle of March, it dominates Dana Wilde's southern treetops.

  • Published
    March 20, 2015

    Trying times for college basketball prognosticators

    Predicting this year's bracket has been as difficult as ever, writes Evan Crawley.

  • Published
    March 18, 2015

    Waterville’s Quarry Road is our little bit of city wilderness

    A slate of events has the crowds coming to the city-owned recreation area, but unflashy nature at its best is the true draw.

  • Published
    March 15, 2015

    Better eating through kale

    After a winter of sugar and salt, the road back to nutritious eating can be an uphill trek, writes Amy Calder.

  • Published
    March 13, 2015

    Finding the right window at the gym

    Working out brings a host of considerations for a certain age group, J.P. Devine writes.

  • Published
    March 11, 2015

    Spacecraft to buzz Pluto in July

    New Horizons will get within 6,200 miles of Pluto this summer, and should send back lots of information about the dwarf planet, Dana Wilde writes.

  • Published
    March 8, 2015

    A full life is but a memory

    After years as a police officer, special education teacher and private investigator, Danny Karter spends his days in a Waterville nursing rehabilitation center as physical ailments rob him of his busy life.

  • Published
    March 6, 2015

    A gift for fiction

    If confession is good for the soul, it's time for a heaping helping, writes J.P. Devine.

  • Published
    March 4, 2015

    Change isn’t good or bad, it’s just Augusta

    There's a lot the same in the old Kennebec Journal paper route of 40 years ago, but a lot different, too, including the Capital Judicial Center, writes Maureen Milliken.

  • Published
    March 1, 2015

    Optician has eye for good health

    Ash Hekmat walks four to six miles a day and finds walking in the winter not only exhilarating, but liberating, writes Amy Calder.

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