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Federal and state officials continue to assess river flooding potential this spring in Maine. The River Flow Advisory Commission is holding its second meeting today. The panel will discuss snowpack, stream flow and river ice — all of which have a bearing on the risk of flooding.
Since it has been easier to find browsers that work, I have only used Internet Explorer to download those browsers. I guess I am not the only with IE issues. The new Microsoft browser will be included with Windows 10. IE will still be hanging around for compatibility issues.
Two-time Academy Award winner is going to deliver the commencement address at Colby College in May. The 78-year-old actor, director and producer will be receiving an honorary degree during the event on the lawn of Miller Library on May 26.
The 14th annual Franco-American Day gets underway at the Maine Statehouse. Festivities at the capitol today (March 18th) will include presentations from Canadian dignitaries, Franco-American music in the Hall of Flags and Franco-American food in the Statehouse cafeteria.
Happy Birthday, Maine! Sunday, March 15, marks 195 years since Maine became an independent state in 1820. Before that, Maine was part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Maine entered the union as part an agreement designed to maintain the political balance between pro-and-anti-slavery states.
The IRS says approximately 4,500 Maine taxpayers are owed about $3.7 million in unclaimed tax refunds. Mainers are among a million taxpayers around the country who haven't claimed an estimated $1 billion in refunds for the 2011 tax year.
Another sure sign of spring, the potholes are starting to show up. I noticed a HUGE one in my neighborhood this week. I am not alone. March is typically the start of the pothole season, and road crews for the state and municipalities have begun temporarily patching holes when they can and posting weight limits on rural roads to prevent further damage.
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