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Lost delivered after 83 Years to Maine Family

Lost delivered after 83 Years to Maine Family

A letter that was written by a Maine school teacher in 1931 for her mother has been delivered after 83 years later.

Miriam McMichael was 23 years old when she wrote the 9 page letter nine-page letter from Houlton, Maine to her mother, Dollena McMichael in Pittsfield, Maine. Both the women have died since then. The letter was lost and was only found at the Pittsfield post office recently.

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Officials identify teen found dead in Lebanon

Officials identify teen found dead in Lebanon

Police officials in the state of Maine have been able to identify a teen, who was found stabbed to death Saturday in Lebanon in the state.

The authorities released the name of a young New Hampshire man, who was found at the location on Saturday. The victim has been identified as 18years old Aaron Wilkinson from Madbury, New Hampshire, said New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph A. Foster, Maine State Police Colonel Robert L. Quinn and Madbury Police Chief Joseph McGann.

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Clinton is financial secure

Clinton is financial secure

Experts have said that Hillary Rodham Clinton is financially stable and not broke as suggested by her a few days earlier.

Hillary Rodham Clinton, the former first lady, is facing criticism for her comments in which she said that her family was "dead broke" and saddled with legal bills when she and her husband left the White House. She made the remarks on Monday at the start of a high-profile book tour.

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Maine jail guard loses appeal alleging discrimination

Maine jail guard loses appeal alleging discrimination

Robert Shufelt, who was a Franklin County jail guard, has lost an appeal alleging that he was subjected to disability discrimination.

He claimed that he was fired in March 2012 because of disability discrimination. He was removed from his job following a reported assault on a prison inmate at Franklin County jail. The Maine Human Rights Commission voted 3-1 on Monday to uphold the findings of the investigator that there were no reasonable grounds indicating any discrimination.

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Engineer Battalion to move out of Maine

Engineer Battalion to move out of Maine

The state of Maine might lose a key army unit to Pennsylvania soon as the Army National Guard decides to move its unit elsewhere. Experts have said that the Guard has changed significantly over the previous few years including a fall in its strength.

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Truth and Reconciliation Commission discusses issues

Truth and Reconciliation Commission discusses issues

The Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission are working to address issues relating to foster care and child separation.

They have uncovered stories of tribal members who were involved in the child welfare system. They are showing their work to inspire similar work in other states across the country. The main aim of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission is to understand the suffering of the members of the Wabanaki tribes who were taken from their families by the state and were placed under foster care or boarding schools during the previous century.

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