May 26, 2018
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Stories we’re working on today

By Michael J. Dowd, BDN Staff

Gov.-elect Paul LePage meets with President Obama today in Washington during a bipartisan conference of incoming governors. The main topic is homeland security. We’ll report on that and anything else they talked about. Reporter: Kevin Miller

Members of Habitat UMaine, UMaine’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity, are camping out in a homemade shanty in front of Memorial Union today through Friday, Dec. 3, as part of the annual “There’s Snow Place Like Home” fundraiser.Teams of four students will each spend a night braving the weather for three chilly days and two frigid nights to raise funds and awareness for sub-standard housing in the greater Bangor area. Reporter: Judy Harrison

Milo Farmers Union in Milo is headed to court today to answer to an eviction notice from the former IGA market building. We’ll be there for the hearing. Reporter: Diana Bowley

In Lifestyle, we’ll feature Belfast musician Nathan Oldham’s fourth annual Christmas Rock Spectacular, featuring Maine bands playing three colorful, hilarious shows in Orono, Belfast and Portland. Reporter: Emily Burnham

In Sports, we’ll cover the Maine Principals Association meeting in Augusta today where the topic is high school football classifications, specifically, should a fourth class be added. Reporter: Ernie Clark

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