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By Amy Jeanroy   Concerns about reimbursement for loss of land value and safety were the talking points for the evening as Bob Wyatt and Dean Girdis gave an open house to discuss adding  export capability to the proposed LNG project in Robbinston.    According to the original... + continue reading
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By Jayna Smith The man on the left was surprised when members of local law enforcement paid him with a visit to ensure he had not violated any conditions of release.  As a result of the visit, the man was led away in handcuffs by a Baileyville Police Officer.  Law enforcement agencies... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson Lea Sullivan stands in front of Katie's on the Cove, the small business that she has operated for over thirty years. Katie's will be closing on September 30th (or until the candy runs out). The business and its assets are now for sale.  (Photo by Lura Jackason). After... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson This photo from 1912 shows 141 bear hides hanging from J.H. McMann's Variety Store by Baring Street in Calais, showing both the importance and the extent of the industry in Washington County's past. Attention to the regulations surrounding black bear hunting has increased recently... + continue reading
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By Jayna Smith The planning committee members for the St. Croix Valley Walk to End Alzheimer’s standing among the flowers in the Promise Garden are (front, L to R) Kathy Goodine, Justina Goodine, Danielle Smith, (back, L to R), Mark Pechenik,Wendy Candelmo, Dawn Winchester, Tammy Grass, Tonia... + continue reading

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By Amy Jeanroy   Concerns about reimbursement for loss of land value and safety were the talking points for the evening as Bob Wyatt and Dean Girdis gave an open house to discuss adding  export capability to the proposed LNG project in Robbinston.    According to the original plan, Downeast LNG was going  to bring LNG... + continue reading
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By Jayna Smith The man on the left was surprised when members of local law enforcement paid him with a visit to ensure he had not violated any conditions of release.  As a result of the visit, the man was led away in handcuffs by a Baileyville Police Officer.  Law enforcement agencies joined forces last week as part of Project OWN (... + continue reading

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By Amy Jeanroy   Concerns about reimbursement for loss of land value and safety were the talking points for the evening as Bob Wyatt and Dean Girdis gave an open house to discuss adding  ... + continue reading

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Robbinston Residents Discuss LNG Facility Changes

By Amy Jeanroy

 

Concerns about reimbursement for loss of land value and safety were the talking points for the evening as Bob Wyatt and Dean Girdis gave an open house to discuss adding  export capability to the proposed LNG project in Robbinston.  

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