Letters to the Editor

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23 May 2016

To the editor:

Last week Robert Beaulieu of Mapleton wrote in (the St. John Valley Times) concerned about undue regulatory burdens and training requirements for fiddlehead pickers, possibly contributing to over harvesting. As one of the people involved in providing the trainings, I wanted to write in and clarify the purpose and the content of those sessions.

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23 May 2016

To the editor:

Republicans are like a big brother or sister who by "Hook or By Crook" get a hold of all the candy and simply refuse to share any with his or her brothers and sisters. Another apt analogy is that pesky Dandelion (“pissenlit” for you French speakers) – a weed that kills all the grass around it and then proliferates endlessly like the selfish weed it is.

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12 May 2016

To the editor: (May 11, 2016) The Maine Warden Service has been working diligently for the last two days in an effort to properly respond to the many inaccuracies contained within a Portland Press Herald story regarding our undercover operation in Allagash in 2014. We were informed today that the Portland Press Heraldwill not publish our response. Here it is in its entirety.

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10 May 2016

To the editor: Maine has a rich outdoor history, one that includes conservation values that are considered to be at the forefront of the United States. Maine’s fish and wildlife economic impact exceeds $1.5 billion. Many people depend upon our resources for both recreational pleasure and employment.

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9 May 2016

To the editor: I couldn’t believe what I was reading when I came across the article about the Fort Kent Town Council removing Dennis Cyr from the position of code enforcement officer and replacing him with another.

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3 May 2016

To the editor: First Annual PAWS Yard Sale organizers Sue Voisine and Kathleen Hafford, together with volunteers and community members helped raise a grand total of $6,581.00 in proceeds to benefit PAWS.

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29 April 2016

To the editor:

Please join AFFM, and others across Maine and the United States as we celebrate and honor the 1,486 families who open their hearts and homes to children in need of temporary care.

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26 April 2016

To the editor:

The snow may be melting, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of things still happening at the Fort Kent Outdoor Center. Located just 1.6 miles from downtown Fort Kent off of Route 11, over three kilometers of paved trails will soon be free of snow and ready for walking, running, rollerblading or roller skiing.

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24 April 2016

To the editor,

On May 4, 2016, I will be closing my psychotherapy practice after 40 years of clinical work.

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29 March 2016

To the editor:

Just when it was safe to go back in water... Franken Trout?

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