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Game Wardens Rescue Hunters Stranded on Ice
Game Wardens used a hovercraft, which can operate in shallow moving water or ice, to rescue the men.
Municipal Employee Hit, Killed By City Truck Identified
The second city employee was in the bucket and wasn’t injured.
Jessica Meir’s Thanksgiving Feast Comes from a Pouch
Jessica Meir said that for her the holiday is “all about family” so she’s thinking of folks down on earth on Thursday.
Philip Clark Convicted of Murder for Shooting Woman 10 Times
Philip Clark will face 25 year to life in prison when he’s sentenced.
Maine Plans to Expand Syringe Exchange Program
Officials say the long-term goal’s to have at least one syringe exchange in all 16 Maine counties.
Maine Officer Involved in Shooting
Police say Officer Sabastian Guptill shot 27-year-old Robert Farrington during an altercation.
Patriots Hold Cowboys’ No. 1 Offense without TD in 13-9 Win
The Patriots held the Cowboys without a TD for the first time this season.
USM Name Change Would Be in the ‘Million-Dollar Category’
University of Maine System trustees voted Monday to authorize the system’s leadership to seek approval from the Maine Legislature for the name change.
Report Removes Finding Alcoholism Played Role in Hiker Death
The Maine Warden Service found Aylward dead near his tent in western Maine in August.
Maine Man Convicted Of Murder in Shotgun Killing of Wife
Jurors deliberated for several hours Wednesday and then all day on Thursday. They reached their conclusion Friday morning, finding him guilty of murder.