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  • From the editor

    For those who have never been here in the Boothbay or Wiscasset region, welcome! It is now summer and there's lots to do, including next week's 57th annual Windjammer Days Festival in Boothbay Harbor.

  • From the assistant editor

    Friends of Wiscasset Village's Orange Barrel Festival idea sounds like a hoot, embracing the weirdness of what we've all been driving, walking, or biking through this spring, and celebrating the barrels' pending disappearance.

  • letter to the editor

    Dear Editor:

    Congratulations to Katharine Martin-Savage and Jeff Slack on their election to the Board of Selectmen. I wish them and the entire board a productive year.

  • letter to the editor

    Dear Editor:

    My heartfelt thanks to all of the Wiscasset residents and friends whose votes and support made my re-election to the Board of Selectmen possible.

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  • From the editor

    Happy early Father's Day to you, Dad, and to all the men I know who are fathers. We, like mothers, are honored with a national holiday. According to the National Days Calendar, "In 1966, President Lyndon B.

  • From the assistant editor

    Some of the nicest bouquets have a mix of flowers and, since this was a super busy week with graduation and a lot of other, mostly good news, I offer just a spring mix of mentions:

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  • From the editor

    After thousands of high school seniors receive their graduation diploma this spring, many will get ready for the next phase of their lives; it may be college, the military, travel or just showing up to the job they already have.

  • From the assistant editor

    Did you help build the McCain?

    Did a loved one or someone else you know? Were they among the thousands of Mainers (read: Americans) who built it for our Navy at Bath Iron Works?

  • letter to the editor

    Dear Editor:

    Day after day we are deluged with an incredible amount of what I would call propaganda, although less suitable terms could be used. First collusion, then obstruction, now cover up.

  • letter to the editor

    Dear Editor:

    Your neighbor just killed 12 people in your town. Joshua Hardy, who always mowed your lawn, gave his life.

  • letter to the editor

    Dear Editor

    The June 11th election is soon upon us. We will be voting to fill two Board of Selectmen seats.