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Other Maine Podcasts
1 Minute Maine 10/7/2020: High Speed Chase in Waterville, Spectrum Hiring Like Crazy & $240M Donation to UMaine
Big news: The Harold Alfond Foundation has made the largest-ever gift to an educational institution in New England history. … Listen to the Show1 Minute Maine 10/7/2020: High Speed Chase in Waterville, Spectrum Hiring Like Crazy & $240M Donation to UMaine
20 Minutes of Sanity is back… just when we need it the most. … Listen to the Show20 Minutes of Sanity: Ryan & Dan on Crazy Maine Polling & Susan Collins’ Legacy
Maine game wardens are investigating a shooting in downeast Maine that involved a child. … Listen to the Show1 Minute Maine 10/6/2020: Virtual Fairs, Child Hit with Buckshot & Cops Fired for Animal Abuse
1 Minute Maine 10/5/2020: Drought Slams Potato Harvest, Heavy Machinery Joyride at UMaine & Record Absentee Ballot Requests
Police in Orono are looking for joyriders who took a piece of construction equipment for a ride at Orchard Trails near UMaine. Happy Monday! … Listen to the Show1 Minute Maine 10/5/2020: Drought Slams Potato Harvest, Heavy Machinery Joyride at UMaine & Record Absentee Ballot Requests