September 30, 2014 | Incorporating the Inter-Island News
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Island Postcards: Sam & Doreen Cabot

by Scott Sell September 17, 2014

The Cabots own Foggy Meadows Farm on the island of North Haven, Maine where they raise Boer goats and Katahdin sheep with compassion. Read More
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Is Maine a hotbed of UFO activity?

The numbers say otherwise, but don't discount the experiences

by Dana Wilde September 29, 2014
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I've read that people in Downeast Maine saw the light that crashed into the ocean off Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia, in October 1967. Read More
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In a tiny village, massive granite sculptures take form

by Laurie Schreiber September 29, 2014
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Eating 'out' on an island is an illusion

by Sandy Oliver September 29, 2014
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ately, Hanna and Elana preside at Rabbit Corner Caf, where we can acquire various permutations on coffee and chai, like espresso, lattes and cappuccinos. Read More
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Time to ask, 'How was your summer?'

by Barbara Fernald September 29, 2014
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We have all been out and about and headed in a hundred different directions, all at the same time, figuring we'll catch up in September. Read More
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Aquaculture grows to include shellfish, seaweed

by Heather Deese and Susie Arnold September 29, 2014
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There have been active shellfish growers who are adding seaweed to their operations and new growers who just want to focus on seaweed. Read More
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Island life: a broadening of opportunities

by Courtney Naliboff September 29, 2014
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Island students live the same multiplicity as the adults. In a tiny island school, there's not much room for pigeon-holing. The drama kids are the varsity basketball team and the French club. Each student is offered, and often accepts, experiences that might not occur at a larger school, with enough students to specialize in each area. Read More
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DOT reverses course on North Haven bridge

by Courtney Naliboff September 26, 2014
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