Letters to the Editor

18 November 2014

"I had a choice for my operation. I could have gone to Bangor, to Portland or to Boston. I did have a choice, but I opted to go to the hospital in my home town, in the St. John Valley, Northern Maine Medical Center. I have not stopped thanking my lucky stars ever since.

12 November 2014

To the Editor:

Kaci Hickox and Ted Wilbur are leaving Fort Kent for the warmer climes of Freeport-Portland. It was bound to happen since less than 100 percent of the people of Fort Kent and northern Maine agreed with them.

30 October 2014

Ms. Hickcox, I would like to ask you to please reconsider your decision to fight the 21 day home quarantine.

17 October 2014

Our Democracy has now endured for 237 years: basically due to the separation of Church & State in our Constitutional First Amendment. We had wise forefathers. We have one state and many different religions, all free to practice and believe what they want side-by-side, protected by the First Amendment.

14 October 2014

We sincerely want to thank everyone, our families, our friends, our
classmates, the cooks, the servers, the organizers with the Fund Raising
Benefit in support of Tom Gagnon, and to everyone who attended
and / or contributed to the Benefit.

10 October 2014

Just wanted to let you know of the success I had using the Fiddlehead Focus classifieds.

Senator Susan Collins
6 October 2014

As Mainers, we appreciate the beauty of all four seasons in our state. There is nothing more spectacular, however, than fall in Maine with our fresh, crisp autumn air, harvest festivals, and foliage so brilliant that it attracts countless out-of-state visitors to take in the beauty that we see in our own backyards.

Senator Susan Collins
29 September 2014

Few issues are as important to people here in Maine as the availability of good jobs in our communities.

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18 September 2014

To the Editor,

"Opportunity presents themselves every day - to everyone. You just have to be alert and ready to act." - Marc Ostrofsky

Last month, the quiet little town of Grand Isle watched as Frenchie's Store closed its doors. The store had been open at the Main street location (under different ownership) since decades before I was born. I remember seeing photos of the store with horses tied outside and wooden sidewalks crossing it's doorstep.

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12 September 2014

To the Editor,

Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine, Inc. and the Kinship Program,( AFFM ) remembered grandparents on their special day on Sept. 7, 2014, but additionally we celebrate and applaud grandparents who open their hearts and homes to parent their grandchildren every day all year long.

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