Stories we’re pursuing Friday

Posted Dec. 17, 2010, at 11:28 a.m.

Compared to what has happened in other states with marijuana dispensaries, Maine’s medical marijuana program appears to be proceeding cautiously. We take an in-depth look at how programs in other states, including Montana and Colorado, are working and talk to experts about the successes and failures in those states from which Maine can learn. Reporter: Meg Haskell

Houlton officials say they will clean up the property of a local man who refuses to obey a court order to do so because he considers the signs and statues about alien life forms in his yard to be “art.” Many residents look at the collection and see it as junk. We’ll provide photos so readers can decide who is right. Reporter: Jen Lynds

Husson University President Robert Clark has been on the job for almost a year. We talk to him about what he sees as the school’s role in Maine’s business community, focusing on the college’s recent decision to offer an MBA program beginning in 2011. Reporter: Matt Wickenheiser

In our Lifestyle section, you’ll find a feature on the winners of our holiday candy contest. We’ll share recipes and interviews with the winners along with commentary from our “celebrity” judges. Reporter: Emily Burnham

Our Sports reporters will cover high school basketball games.

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