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Saturday's Maine college football roundup: Bowdoin rolls past Bates - Press Herald

Saturday’s Maine college football roundup: Bowdoin rolls past Bates
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BRUNSWICK — Joe Gowetski intercepted a tipped pass on the first drive of the second half and Bowdoin turned it into a 31-yard field goal by Michael Chen, part of a 17-point third quarter that lifted the Polar Bears to a 31-14 win over Bates on Saturday.

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Saturday's Maine college roundup: UNE women's soccer earns NCAA tournament bid - Press Herald

Saturday’s Maine college roundup: UNE women’s soccer earns NCAA tournament bid
Press Herald
BIDDEFORD — Avery Bond scored in the 44th minute and the third-seeded University of New England women’s soccer team beat No. 4 Western New England 1-0 to win the Commonwealth Coast Conference tournament on Saturday. Bond headed in a …

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Maine court to hear latest Medicaid expansion arguments - WABI

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Maine court to hear latest Medicaid expansion arguments
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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – A Maine judge is set to hear the latest legal arguments over the future of voter-approved Medicaid expansion. Oral arguments are set for Wednesday, following the election on Tuesday. The judge will decide whether Republican Gov.

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Windstorm knocks out electricity to over 32000 CMP customers - Press Herald

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Windstorm knocks out electricity to over 32000 CMP customers
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In northern and eastern Maine, Emera Maine reported 3,957 customers without power. There were preliminary reports of downed trees in South Portland, Yarmouth and Westbrook. The Richmond Fire Department reported that Plummer Road experienced a …

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Maine regulators to decide by March on key powerline permit - Albany Times Union

Maine regulators to decide by March on key powerline permit
Albany Times Union
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine utility regulators are delaying until March their decision on whether to grant Central Maine Power a key permit needed to build a 145-mile transmission corridor that would carry electricity from Quebec to southern New …

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Get ready for a month of Indonesian noodle nights from the Gado Gado crew - OregonLive.com

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Get ready for a month of Indonesian noodle nights from the Gado Gado crew
OregonLive.com
The Pisha-Dufflys aren’t yet household names in Portland, but their resumes are impressive, with experience at top restaurants in Boston and Portland, Maine. In the other Portland, the seasoned chef and front-of-house pro ran the noodle joint Honey Paw

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Maine court to hear latest Medicaid expansion arguments - Foster's Daily Democrat

Maine court to hear latest Medicaid expansion arguments
Foster’s Daily Democrat
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A Maine judge is set to hear the latest legal arguments over the future of voter-approved Medicaid expansion. Oral arguments are set for Wednesday. The judge will decide whether Republican Gov. Paul LePage’s administration …

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Maine Court to Hear Latest Medicaid Expansion Arguments - U.S. News & World Report

Maine Court to Hear Latest Medicaid Expansion Arguments
U.S. News & World Report
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A Maine judge is set to hear the latest legal arguments over the future of voter-approved Medicaid expansion. Oral arguments are set for Wednesday, following the election on Tuesday. The judge will decide whether Republican …

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Maine court to hear latest Medicaid expansion arguments - CT Post

Maine court to hear latest Medicaid expansion arguments
CT Post
A pro-Medicaid expansion group, Maine Equal Justice Partners, says LePage’s administration is violating the spirit of a court order to submit paperwork for federal funding. Maine submitted the paperwork, but LePage urged federal regulators to reject it.

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Maine regulators to decide by March on key powerline permit - Washington Times

Maine regulators to decide by March on key powerline permit
Washington Times
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – Maine utility regulators are delaying until March their decision on whether to grant Central Maine Power a key permit needed to build a 145-mile transmission corridor that would carry electricity from Quebec to southern New

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