Podcasts

Saturday, July 26, 201407/26/2014

Lt. Kevin Adam

In Inside Maine

Lt. Kevin Adam from the Maine Warden Service calls in to discuss exactly how a search is handled by the Warden Service.

Saturday, July 26, 201407/26/2014

Jack Marshall 7-26

In Inside Maine

Jack Marshall calls in to talk about the ethical ramifications of current news making stories.

Saturday, July 26, 201407/26/2014

Danusha Goska 7-26

In Inside Maine

Danusha Goska is an educator and writer who wrote an essay for American Thinker on why she went from progressive to conservative on the political spectrum.

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Saturday, July 26, 201407/26/2014

Colin Woodard 7-26

In John McDonald

Colin Woodard’s ‘Unsettled’ series concludes this week in the Maine Sunday Telegram. Colin calls in to discuss his work.

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Saturday, July 19, 201407/19/2014

Shenna Bellows Part 2 7-19

In John McDonald

Shenna Bellows, candidate for US Senate, continues her conversation.

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Saturday, July 19, 201407/19/2014

Shenna Bellows Part 1 7-19

In Inside Maine

Shenna Bellows, candidate for US Senate, calls in.

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Saturday, July 19, 201407/19/2014

Robert Gordon 7-19

In Inside Maine

Robert Gordon from the Heritage Foundation calls in to talk about an attempt to block EPA rule-making regarding EPA’sability to collect non-tax debts without a court order.

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Saturday, July 19, 201407/19/2014

John Fund 7-19

In John McDonald

John Fund, the Senior Editor of the National Review Online calls in.

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Saturday, July 19, 201407/19/2014

David Trahan 7-19

In John McDonald

David Trahan from the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine calls in to discuss the recent issues about bear baiting.

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Saturday, July 19, 201407/19/2014

Erica Fallon 7-18

In John McDonald

Erica Fallon of Gardiner calls in to discuss her family’s interaction with the Affordable Healthcare Act.

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$39M in Unexpected Revenue at End of Fiscal Year

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Gov. Paul LePage's administration says Maine ended the fiscal year on June 30 with better-than-expected revenues of $39 million.

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Official: Friendly Persona for Abuser not Unusual

GENERIC VIGIL

Friends and neighbors were stunned to learn that a maintenance worker who always presented a friendly face had killed his wife and three children before taking his own life.

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Maine To Rule On Petition To Regulate Phthalates

Newsradio WGAN

Maine's Department of Environmental Protection is soliciting comments from the public and is preparing to make a ruling on a citizens' petition to regulate phthalates in household products.

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Investigator: Bird Sanctuary Fire Was Arson

GENERIC CRIME TAPE

The district attorney is reviewing the results of a state fire marshal investigation into an arson fire last March at Birdsacre, a nonprofit bird sanctuary in Ellsworth.

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6 MOO Milk Farms Sign On With Organic Valley

Newsradio WGAN

A Wisconsin-based milk distributor is expanding its Maine supply network and picking up half of the former MOO Milk organic dairy farms as suppliers.