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For many in the North America, Feb. 2 marks the celebration of Groundhog Day, a popular tradition that has historical roots in Pennsylvania Dutch superstition. If the furry fellow exits his burrow and sees his shadow, he’ll return to his cave…

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Buyers first noted the large changes in 2006, with a new Sonata sedan that could easily be mistaken for an Accord or Camry. In 2009, a full-size sedan called Genesis debuted and reshuffled critics’ expectations about Hyundai once again. Ten y…

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Ice conditions vary across the state, and the Maine Warden Service is urging everyone to check the ice before heading out onto any of Maine’s lakes, ponds and rivers.

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Since November 2018, Infiniti’s parent corporation, Nissan, has been shrouded in controversy. Former Nissan/Renault/Mitsubishi CEO Carlos Ghosn was arrested in Japan just over four years ago, charged with financial malfeasance against one of …

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As the deer hunting seasons wrap up throughout much of the country, some interesting little anecdotes are surfacing as hunters review their days in the deer woods.

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Jan. 22 is the start of the “Year of the Rabbit.” In the Chinese culture, the rabbit is a symbol of longevity, peace and prosperity. The luckiest of all the 12 animals, the rabbit is a gentle creature, known for thinking things through before…

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“Toyota believes that eco cars can only contribute to the environment if they are popularized. We need ecological solutions within reach of the many,” Toyota Global Design Chief Simon Humphries told trade paper Automotive News during the recent Los Angeles Auto Show, as the company unveiled …

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According to Aroostook County Game Warden Kale O’Leary, “...during the September moose hunting week in Zone 2, the Maine Warden Service located a dead bull moose that had been covered with several small trees in an obvious effort to avoid its detection. After a thorough investigation, it was…

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Since 1902, Cadillac has been building premium-segment automobiles. After founding partner Henry Ford sold his interest, Cadillac’s remaining owners moved the brand further upscale during the infancy of America’s automobile industry, and even earned the prestigious Dewar Trophy as the “Stand…

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In November of 2021, Maine voters approved a state referendum to the state Constitution called the Right-to-Food Amendment. The amendment, the first of its kind in the United States, provides Mainers with a constitutional right to grow, harvest and consume their own food, and it includes pro…

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BROOKSVILLE — The Ellsworth American’s longtime gardening columnist, Barbara Damrosch, ceased writing “Kitchen Garden” at the close of 2022. The internationally known writer and horticulturalist is devoting her energies to writing a new book …

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I like to set goals and objectives for myself, almost akin to New Year’s resolutions. Just the process of thinking about what I might want to do in the coming seasons helps me to focus on what’s really important: family, food and and community.

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If you are a sporting camp operator, or if you simply own a remote camp or cabin in the North Woods far from the electric grid, some method of refrigeration is as important as those gas lights that light your favorite getaway. If your place h…

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Over 28 years. Over 1,400 new cars, crossovers and trucks sampled. And it still feels like Christmas Day every week when we swap one new car for another, somewhere in New England. Occasionally, not everything goes according to Hoyle, and some…

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