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The last time the University of Maine women’s basketball team won a game, somebody else was president of the United States. Probably Woodrow Wilson.
Just kidding. It was George W. Bush.
Or maybe the first Bush. It’s been a while.
In any case, this long run of futility – a 16-game losing streak – has finally ended. The Black Bears beat New Hampshire on Feb. 12 by a score of 57-49.
Maine's new community colleges have filled an unseen void in the state's educational system - and succeeded wildly as a result.
Maine March events.
Some very famous people have taught at Maine academies and colleges. Here are some notables, arranged chronologically.
Mainers do love to vote. Every election cycle Maine ranks in the top five states nationally for voter turnout. But someone with a head for figures might at first wonder if we overdo it.
A report from the Secretary of State’s office in December showed that Maine has 994,155 registered voters — 326,256 Democrats, 267,504 Republicans, 31,676 Green Independents, and 368,719 independents. Meanwhile, extrapolating from the U.S. Census estimate that Maine had 1,316,456 residents in
A guide to a happy and healthy retirement in Maine.
I know you’re sick of hearing about the lousy economy, but I’m under intense editorial pressure here (including the threat of forms of torture so heinous that the mere mention of them would make Dick Cheney curl up in a fetal position and make pathetic gurgling noises) to present as comprehensive an overview of the week’s events in Maine as is humanly possible. That’s got to include some economic stories, no matter how much you don’t want to read them.