Down East Dispatches



Down East



Volume Number

VOL. 64, NO. 4




Chebeague Island- Blueish white lobster caught by lobsterman, Alex Todd. Falmouth- A rare bird called the South American fork-tailed flycatcher was spotted drawing birders to catch a glimpse. Bangor- Former Canadian Mountie, Gregory Robert Logan was convicted of smuggling narwhal tusks. Burnham- A 10 year old boy's lemonade stand raised $400 for victims of hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Bar Harbor- Medical research lab, Jackson Laboratory sues a Chinese university for selling genetically modified mice at a discount price. Derry- Stephen King's horror film It became the highest grossing film of all time. Portland- Batman: White Knight was illustrated by Sean Murphy, a Portland resident. Murphy based his drawings of Gotham City on Portland's Old Port.


Chebague Island, Alex Todd, Blue Lobster, Falmouth, Birders, South American Fork-Tailed Flycatcher,Bangor, Canadian Mountie, Smuggling, Narwhal Tusks, Convicted, Burnham, Dillon Whitney, Lemonade Stand, Fundraising, Hurricane Victims, Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, American Red Cross, Bangor, Bar Harbor, Jackson Laboratory, Mice, Discounted Price, Chinese University, Lawsuit, Derry, Stephen King, Film It, Highest-Grossing Horror Film, Portland, Illustrator, Sean Murphy, Batman: White Knight, Old Port, Gotham City

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