- Last Updated on 08:11 AM 06/06/12
- Bob Crone
There are many of us who have found ancient artifacts from early Native Americans while walking our fields and farm roads after a fresh rain has exposed them to view as they migrate to the surface from so many years ago.
- Last Updated on 08:08 AM 06/06/12
- Betty H. Adams And Hope Harris-Gayles
“We seek success in Finland, are born and die in Maine. In minor ways we differ, in major we’re the same.” Dr. Maya Angelou so eloquently penned these words in her poem “Human Family.” And though she was referring to the thread of humanity that weaves through us all, I suggest that the same lesson applies for communities and businesses striving to keep pace in this rapidly changing global economy.
- Last Updated on 08:37 AM 04/11/12
- Katie Whitehead
The Uranium Working Group’s work plan presented at a March 7 meeting of the Uranium Mining Subcommittee drew instant, sharp criticism for its lack of transparency, which was deemed particularly reprehensible in light of the report by the National Academy of Sciences, which told us that international best practices are “founded on principles of openness, transparency and public involvement in oversight and decision-making.”