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Inside Maine

Saturday, August 2, 201408/02/2014

Governor Paul LePage 8/01

Governor Paul LePage calls in to discuss the surplus with Steve Robinson.

Saturday, August 2, 201408/02/2014

Bruce Poliquin 8/01

Bruce Poliquin, 2nd Congressional District candidate talks with Steve Robinson.

Saturday, August 2, 201408/02/2014

Senator Susan Collins 8/01

Steve Robinson speaks with US Senator Susan Collins about her recent trip to the US/Mexico boarder and her plans for the August recess.

Saturday, July 26, 201407/26/2014

Lt. Kevin Adam

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

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

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 19, 201407/19/2014

Shenna Bellows Part 1 7-19

Shenna Bellows, candidate for US Senate, calls in.

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Saturday, July 19, 201407/19/2014

Robert Gordon 7-19

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 12, 201407/12/2014

Burt Russell 7-12

Burt Russell, VP or Operations for Sprague Energy calls in to talk about the Tar Sands Oil issue.

Saturday, July 12, 201407/12/2014

Elizabeth Fossett 7-12

Elizabeth Fossett from Maine Search and Rescue Dogs. Elizabeth and her German Shepherd Kobuk were the team that found Ruth Brennan, the 77 year old woman who was missing for two days in thick woods.

Latest Headlines

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Officials: Maine Paper Mill Closing; 570 Jobs Lost

Newsradio WGAN

Verso officials say they're closing the company's Bucksport mill, putting more than 500 people out of work.

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Maine Panel Approves 2014-15 Scallop Rules

GENERIC SCALLOP LARGE

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) _ A key Maine advisory council is approving the rules for the state's forthcoming scallop fishing season.

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Oxford Woman Gets 18 Months for Fatal Crash

GENERIC COURT LARGE

PARIS, Maine (AP) _ A Maine woman convicted of manslaughter for being behind the wheel during a crash that killed two of her passengers has been ordered to serve 18 months in prison.

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Maine Clerks Prepare for Onslaught of Ballots

GENERIC VOTE

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) _ Maine's town clerks are preparing for an onslaught of absentee ballots, and the failure of an early voting proposal in the Legislature means there's little hope for relief anytime soon.

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First Maine Child Tests Positive for Enterovirus

HOSPITAL SCENE-LARGE

A Maine child has tested positive for a respiratory virus that has been affecting children across the country.