Comments for: New Great Northern Paper celebrates first anniversary, plans for future

Posted Oct. 25, 2012, at 7:01 p.m.
Last modified Oct. 26, 2012, at 7:18 a.m.

EAST MILLINOCKET | Even as they were celebrating their company’s first year of operations on Thursday, the leaders of the new Great Northern Paper Co. planned for the second, and a few after that, too. Amid the banners, guided tours of the mill’s No. 5 and 6 papermaking machines …

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  • Anonymous

    Coffee break is over, GET TO WORK JIM!

  • Anonymous

    Thank  you Cate Street Capital!

  • Anonymous

    Thank you Cate Street Capital!

  • Anonymous

    Roxanne was a no-show.

    After all the attention and care she showered on the “poor” folks of the Katahdin region, you’d think she would be right there celebrating their good fortunes.

    How sad…………….

    • Anonymous

      She is at home trying to figure out how to get her gate back up on the Wilson Stream Road in Elliotsville.

    • Anonymous

      Like her or not, she’s not stupid, and since she’s a lightning rod and an obsession for many in the Millinockets, why would she want to be a distraction at someone’s party? Why would anyone?   

  • Anonymous

    Thank you Cate Street, Governor LePage, and all that worked on getting this reopened

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