This has been an extraordinarily difficult year, 2020, for our country and for our state. There is pain and illness, death and unemployment, and financial loss. But it is on Memorial Day too that we remember how much else we have been through, how we survived those times and how we will survive and rise again. This is the anniversary year of many other difficult years. Forty- five years ago, the end of the Vietnam War which sent 48,000 Maine men and women to that far-off battleground and took the lives of more than 340 of our people in Maine.
The Governor of Maine broadcasts a weekly radio address from the capital in Augusta to the people of Maine each week, highlighting current issues, new policy ideas, and important updates for Mainers across the state.
Other Maine Podcasts
Lots brewing in Maine this Monday, the last day of summer 2020. … Listen to the Show1 Minute Maine 9/21/2020: Trump Blasts Collins, Sanford HS Closed & Hurricane Teddy
George Goehl of People’s Action discusses the rise of expansive movements like #metoo and Black Lives Matter and the increased responsibilities of community organizers, from mobilizing neighborhoods to changing the nation. … Listen to the ShowMaine Beacon: George Goehl of People’s Action on the Power of Community Organizing
1 Minute Maine 8/18/2020: Beach in Enfield Closed, Bangor Streets Might Close Permanently & Halloween Getting Too Close
After multiple reports of positive coronavirus tests from beachgoers, Morgan’s Beach in Enfield has closed for the season. … Listen to the Show1 Minute Maine 8/18/2020: Beach in Enfield Closed, Bangor Streets Might Close Permanently & Halloween Getting Too Close
1 Minute Maine 8/17/2020: 28 Infected After Wedding in Millinocket, Woman Fakes Birth While Stealing a Vehicle & Internet Issues in Maine
At least 28 people have tested positive after a wedding at the Big Moose Inn in Millinocket in early August. … Listen to the Show1 Minute Maine 8/17/2020: 28 Infected After Wedding in Millinocket, Woman Fakes Birth While Stealing a Vehicle & Internet Issues in Maine