MONMOUTH — Kristene Aubin started her work with a coo. "Good girl," she said, stroking the chestnut mare's nose. "Aw, good girl." In the horse stall next door, Aubin had just finished filing down the sharp edges of Raeco's teeth — called floating.
Spring finally came! All those horrible months of snow and cold are now a memory, while we prepare what we hope will be the greatest garden ever. Right now, the garlic plants are about a foot tall in two of our garden beds.
In many ways, Tom Juray faces the same challenges as most chefs — decisions about ordering, menu scheduling, equipment maintenance and the actual food preparation itself. What most chefs don't have is a captive audience or a staff comprised of mostly volunteers.
CARIBOU, Maine — Residents in some parts of northern Maine kicked off their Memorial Day weekend with snowfall. The National Weather Service in Caribou reports there were accumulations of approximately 0.3 inches in some parts of northern Maine early Saturday morning.
BATH, Maine (AP) — The last time Bath Iron Works looked beyond Navy shipbuilding, workers agreed to a contract aimed at boosting efficiency by allowing shipbuilders to learn and perform multiple tasks.
Children respond to father's suicide by creating camp for other young survivors. Morgan Mosher was 16 when her father killed himself. The last time she saw him, she had driven to his house in Wells, giddy over her new driver's license.