Sometimes it doesn’t pay to take the easy route, as Taylor Swift kindly demonstrated in her hit song shake it off. Continue reading “It’s All Been Done Before”
On October 29th Thursday 5p.m , Twitch tv started a marathon of Bob Ross’ The Joy of Painting series full episode 24 hours nonstop. Continue reading “Bob Ross’s ‘Joy of Painting’ TV episodes marathon is now live on Twitch tv”
Thanksgiving is right around the corner. It’s one of the few days in the year you can pig out with many different kind of desserts. Here is one simple, yet delicious recipe that will make you go back for more. Continue reading “Cookin’ With Bud: Frosting Covered Betty Crocker Fudge Brownies”
Monday the second of November was the all conference selection for class C north among those selected were a handful from Foxcroft Academy. The recipients of the awards for second team were as follows, Zachary Caron at outside linebacker, Cody Strout at defensive tackle this was Cody’s second year playing high school football. The first team all conference selection recipients were Tanner Strout at offensive tackle, Billy Brock a junior for middle linebacker, his brother Brandon Brock was selected as defensive end, Connor Holmes was also selected as first team defensive tackle. Continue reading “Working for First Team”
For every reaction there is an equal and opposite reaction. How can one’s late night drive, or simply the breaths they breath affect the environment? There’s strong evidence supporting global warming, but it’s not as impalpable as scientists make it out to be. Global warming is not just imaginary ice caps melting on the poles of the earth.
As the leaves change colors and begin to fall, people across Maine begin to prepare for yet another long, hard winter. On November, 2nd 2014, nearly a foot of snow was dumped on Bangor, Maine. This early snowstorm which was a wet, heavy snow, left approximately 140,000 people of Maine without power.
Continue reading “Don’t wait, prepare for winter now”