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Morning Sentinel: Central Maine's news source in Franklin, Somerset, Kennebec counties.
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Most per vote, $131, spent on Golden in 2nd District.
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Morning Sentinel 5h
Maine’s pioneering ranked-choice election likely to catch on nationally.
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CMP warned of ‘working off the same playbook’ that stymied New Hampshire energy project.
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Here's the inside story of the Freeport company's improbable and sustained success in one of the world's toughest retail markets for outsiders — Japan.
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Nola Abbott, 8, covers her ears as she watches the 35-foot tall white fir as a crane lowers it into Market Square on Saturday in Augusta. The tree will be the centerpiece of the city's holiday tree lighting events Nov. 24. Photo by
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Morning Sentinel 9h
Plowed out: Age, costs, hours pushing more plow drivers to hang it up.
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Morning Sentinel 10h
More than 2,000 migrants have finally reached the border town of Tijuana but now are unsure on how to proceed north to the U.S.
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Morning Sentinel 11h
Submarine that disappeared with 44 sailors a year ago found deep in ocean.
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Morning Sentinel 13h
Messalonskee schools’ $3.9 million athletic complex nears completion, but critics still concerned about cost.
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Morning Sentinel 14h
Crafters meet early holiday shoppers at latest event to fund mill repair.
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Morning Sentinel 15h
The kick off to the holiday season marks a busy time at West Gardiner’s Foggy Moon Farm.
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Kennebec Journal 16h
“The 10 pigs, which will be sent to market during the second week of December, are eating 150 pounds of food a day.” 😬🥓🍽
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Morning Sentinel 16h
Theresa May is battling to win over rebels in her Conservative Party and to preserve her position as prime minister.
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Morning Sentinel 17h
Tijuana mayor calls migrant caravan a ‘tsunami’.
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Today's Morning Sentinel front page, Sunday, November 18, 2018
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Morning Sentinel Nov 17
1 dead, dozens injured in French fuel tax protests.
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Morning Sentinel Nov 17
They can bag more deer elsewhere, but hunters set their sights on Maine.
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Morning Sentinel Nov 17
Rep. Poliquin not saying whether he’ll request a recount
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Morning Sentinel Nov 17
Hunter injured in Bowdoinham area: The Maine Warden Service was responding to the accident Saturday morning.
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Morning Sentinel Nov 17
Mills administration to consider keeping Maine-based emergency preparedness system.
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