Title

Downeast Dispatches

Authors

Date

8-2017

Volume Number

64

Pages

28-28

Abstract

Augusta story about bedbugs dumped at City Hall. Cranberry Isles Ashley Bryan School holds graduation on island. Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument tour by Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke. Kennebunkport residents George and Barbara Bush celebrate their birthdays on Walker's Point. Lewiston used its recently acquired LifeFlight helicopter, Whiskey Mike, hours after it arrived at Central Maine Medical Center. Bangor author Stephen King was blocked by President Trump from Twitter. Hope jogger Rachel Borch was bitten by a rabid raccoon and she drowned the animal prompting attention across the internet.

Subjects

Disgruntled man, general assistance, refusal, bedbugs, Augusta, City Hall, evacuation, extermination, Ashley Bryan School, Cranberry Isles, graduation, K-8, diplomas, high school, mainland, Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, Interior Secretary, Ryan Zinke, President Trump, national park status, review, Kennebunkport, former President George H.W. Bush, Barbara Bush, celebrate birthdays, 93, 92 years old, Walker's Point, summer residents, Lewiston, LifeFlight, Whiskey Mike, Central Maine Medical Center, N901 WM, emergency medical flight, home base, Bangor, Stephen King, author, blocked, President Trump, "condemned to an existential wasteland of Trumplessness", Twitter, Hope, rabid raccoon, thumb, Rachel Borch, jogging, drowned in puddle, rabies vaccine, immunoglobulin, tetanus, internet folk hero

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