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Yesterday | Daily Kos
Susan Collins is generally considered to be a moderate Republican, especially on environmental issues.
Sunday | WMTW-TV Auburn
YOU ARE WATCHING NEWS 8 NOW. I'M NORM KARKOS. AND I'M KATIE THOMPSON. FARMINGTON POLICE ARREST A BABYSITTER, ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING A FIVE- YEAR-OLD BOY IN HER CARE.
Sunday | Bangor Daily News
On Nov. 4, Maine will elect a governor and three of its four members of Congress.
Mat-Su port draws LNG interest: An energy company focused on processing liquefied natural gas is looking to develop more than $600 million in LNG infrastructure at Port MacKenzie, Mat-Su Borough officials announced this week.
Labor Day weekend expected to be chilly: The National Weather Service says near-freezing temperatures could be on the way for Southcentral Alaska.
U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, doesn't support making marijuana legal for recreational use at the national level.
The persistent past-presidential candidate on Thursday ripped into congressional Democrats' attempts to "play politics" on raising the wage to $10.10 an hour by not putting more muscle behind an obscure procedural tactic that could force a vote on raising the wage.
U.S. Sen. Susan Collins and her 2014 Democratic opponent, Shenna Bellows. Reuters photo by Joshua Roberts.
My contumacious nature puts me in a perfect place to identify with the Tea Party.
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The public is invited to hear Maine Gov. Paul LePage speak at the York Rotary Club on Friday, Sept.
The spot has a clip of Land's now-legendary " Really ?" ad, with Land declaring at the end, "Because as a woman, I may know more about women than [Democratic rival] Gary Peters."
U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, said Friday she spoke personally to U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx about the importance of funding for the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge replacement, just as the U.S. Department of Transportation gets ready to announce its next round of grants.
BARD IS FACING aTWENTY ONEa COUNTS OF GROSS SEXUAL ASSAULT IN CONNECTION WITH INCIDENTS INVOLVING A FOUR YEAR OLD GIRL HE USED TO BABYSIT.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 05:43 pm
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