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26 June 2015

The American spirit was born on July 4th, 1776, when 56 patriots gathered in Philadelphia. The Declaration of Independence they had crafted with care and forged by vigorous debate was considered an act of high treason against a king. At the same time, it was an act of supreme loyalty to the highest aspirations of mankind – the unalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

poliquin
23 June 2015

MAINE - For years, hard-working Maine companies, such as Hardwood Products and Puritan Companies of Guilford, have been penalized by ObamaCare’s medical device tax.

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19 June 2015

FORT KENT - Dads often have the best advice, even when we think they do not. My father loves to tease/remind me that when I was a little girl, I thought he knew everything... when I was a teenager I thought he knew nothing... and when I grew up, I came around and actually thought he knew quite a bit.

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12 June 2015

FORT KENT – In the first installment of the new Fiddlehead Focus column From the Chief's Desk, Fort Kent Police Chief Tom Pelletier sends congratulations to St. John Valley graduating seniors along with a reminder for all to be safe and use good judgment during commencement weekend.

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12 June 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Earlier this spring, the U.S. Capitol was flooded by a sea of purple shirts. These thousands of visitors arrived from every corner of the country to raise awareness about the far-reaching effects of Alzheimer’s disease. A group of those advocates from Maine stopped by my office to discuss the need to support continued funding and research. I was struck by their stories, their dedication to finding a cure, and their love and compassion for the patients and family members who care for them.

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12 June 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C. - This month, U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Julián Castro accepted my invitation to travel to Maine to see firsthand how organizations in our state tackle the very important issue of runaway and youth homelessness.

Jessica-and-Nic
12 June 2015

A mother's letter to her graduating son:

Dear Nic,

You are graduating from high-school tonight, and I love you.

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8 June 2015

FORT KENT - On Tuesday, folks in SAD 27 will be voting on the district budget for our schools, and the ugly response by some people is unnecessary.

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1 June 2015

FORT KENT - As a journalist for Fiddlehead Focus, I have had the privilege of taking part in many wonderful community experiences in the St. John Valley, although I have mostly done so from the sidelines as a photographer / note-keeper / interviewer. On Thursday, May 28, I was fortunate enough to participate in a new way: judging some five to ten-year-old Maine School Administrative District No. 27 (MSAD No. 27) students who made history by competing in Maine's first ever Jr. LEGO League Expo at the University of Maine at Fort Kent (UMFK).

Senator Susan Collins
29 May 2015

MAINE - If you could get a return of $27 for every one dollar that you invested in a company, you would jump at the chance. According to United States Department of Labor Secretary Thomas Perez, that is exactly the return we get for every federal dollar that is spent on apprenticeship training programs.

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