Much of the trail travels near the banks of the Union River, which is visible through the trees. There’s no official path down to the water, but the trail does offer some nice views. Read More

Essential Reads

I have constantly (and unintentionally) discovered countless ways to screw up perfectly good deer hunts. I’m not so happy to announce, I have stumbled onto yet another way to scare off all the deer in the forest. Read More
    The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife wants to hear from you about their new management plan for furbearers including fox, raccoon, beaver, and lots more, including skunks. Here’s what this is all about: The meetings and online forum are part of a larger study designed to assess priorities for… Read More
Given the gravity of what he was about to do, Gordon Sondland seemed oddly relaxed. The ambassador’s lawyer sat at his right elbow, picking at his cuticles and staring straight ahead. But Sondland smiled at the cameras, looked curiously around the room, gave a friendly nod to the chairman and… Read More
By Steve McKay So my pal Bill Green is retiring. Yep, the amiable and talented host of “Bill Green’s Maine” is hanging it up after…get this…47 years at WLBZ/WCSH TV. I was at these same stations for 22 years, which seemed like quite the stretch, but compared to Bill’s tenure?… Read More
An American soldier from Caribou, who fought in World War I and managed to return home to The County, will have his legacy honored at the Caribou VFW. Eugene Goodwin, born 1890 and lived on the corner of Collins and Prospect Street in Caribou, returned home after spending most of… Read More