GEORGE DANBY | EDITORIAL CARTOONIST
    Ken Cuccinelli, the acting director of US Citizenship and Immigration Services, has sparked a new wave of criticism about the promise of US immigration enshrined in the inscription on the Statue of Liberty by saying it was for “people coming from Europe.” The fresh remarks… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    DIFW fisheries biologists think that catch and release is hurting our fish. Deirdre Fleming’s story about this, in the Maine Sunday Telegram on August 11, was very provocative. Deirdre wrote: The widespread practice of catch-and-release in waters across Maine has thrown many ecosystems… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    A friend who likes to fish a western Maine lake recently told me that the lake has more than two dozen loons and the loons are chasing anglers around the lake, grabbing their brook trout after they are hooked. The… Read More
    RESEARCH SHOWS
    This article, by Robert W. Glover of the University of Maine, was originally published on the Bangor Daily News opinion page on August 13, 2019. Robert F. Bukaty | APGovernor Janet Mills speaks at a news conference in the State House, Wednesday, Feb. Read More
    GEORGE DANBY | EDITORIAL CARTOONIST
    The news item a few days ago about the “cotton candy” lobster caught off the Maine coast produced this cartoon idea of combining rare lobsters and popular ice cream flavors. Read More
    INSPIRE HEALTHY LIVING
    Have you ever needed a quick snack from a convenience store but knew it could throw your healthy eating patterns out of whack? This video talks about finding the best options to help you stay on point nutritionally when you are in a pinch. Read More
    CATCHING HEALTH
    Have you ever heard of the Code Girls? They were part of a top-secret mission that helped end World War II. You're about to meet one: Leona Chasse, now 95 and living in Cornish, Maine. Listen to our conversation. You'll be glad you did. Read More
    GEORGE DANBY | EDITORIAL CARTOONIST
    A trade war that no one is winning. Tariffs drive down U.S. lobster exports to China by 46 percent.  —News Item… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    Maine’s bear population has increased significantly in the last few years and is now estimated to be 35,000. The Fish and Wildlife Department considered several strategies to increase the annual harvest, and discussed them with the legislatures Fish and… Read More
    OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS
    Summer is the prime time for a vacation, and over 100 million Americans alone will each year. Families spend a lot of time planning, checking prices and making sure that they have all of the items they need for their… Read More