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Karl Francis, Maine Connections Academy
Karl Francis, Maine Connections Academy

School Time…Open Your Browser and Log In; Maine’s First Virtual School is In Session! [Audio]

More than 200 students from southern Maine to Fort Kent will attend Maine Connections Academy this year and that number will grow as this 21st century form of "home schooling" becomes more and more the norm.

Principal, Karl Francis, joined us on the Moose Morning Show this morning. I could have asked him questions all day long but we had a finite amount of time. Still, I think you'll find our chat quite compelling.

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Four Maine Colleges Make Annual ‘Best Bang for the Buck’ List

No matter how you look at it, it costs a tremendous amount of money to go to college. Take it from me. We've put 2 kids through college and the debt is amazing. The good news is four Maine colleges have made Washington Monthly’s 'Best Bang for the Buck' list.

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Sean Gallup, Getty Images
Sean Gallup, Getty Images

A Few Silly but Useful Tricks if You’re Off to College

Many 18 and 19 year olds are going off to college for the first time this week. Being in college can be a little stressful when it comes to finances and getting some of the add-ons one would need to have things run a bit more smoothly. So I've attached a link to help you get by on a shoestring.

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JMG Thomas College

Sunday Morning Issues: A Cool New Collaboration for Maine Students

Jobs For Maine Grads and Thomas College in Waterville have a new partnership to help students transition from high school to college. AWESOME! Check out what they had to say! 

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Walter, the Farting Dog
Walter, the Farting Dog

Jon Receives His Very Own Copy of ‘Walter the Farting Dog,’ from the Class He Read it To

When Steve Parker came into our studios this morning holding a familiar book, I wondered if I had another scheduled reading of "Walter the Farting Dog," that I'd forgotten about. But, no! He was bringing me my very own copy of the children's favorite! Hard to believe it has been a month since I read that story at Cony High School. Steve's wife, Micheal, had asked me to come read the book to her summer school class.

My next video venture may be a video of me reading it to my grandson, Evan. He has a great sense of humor and a great laugh. I'm hoping to get something that'll go viral. I may even include my friend Shawna Lynne Grady singing in it. That will SURELY cause a spike in views!

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The Scams Never End and There are at Least Two to Beware of Right Now

There are always unethical people out there trying to get what you work hard for. Sometimes they're successful. That's why you should be warned. One of the scams out there right now involves an "IRS agent calling you up and saying you have unpaid tax bills and, if they aren't paid, there will be a warrant issued for your arrest.

While this scam has been primarily confined to Winslow, there's no doubt that others will start getting calls so keep your guard up. Find out what the IRS has to say HERE.

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Dr. Frank Appunn, a Professor of Information Technology Management
Dr. Frank Appunn, a Professor of Information Technology Management

Thomas College, Waterville, Open House, Tuesday, July 29 [AUDIO]

Looking to continue your education? Thomas College in Waterville is holding an Open House tomorrow (July 29) from 5pm to 7pm at the new Alfond Academic Center, on their campus on the West River Road, Waterville.

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Robert Benson, Getty Images
Robert Benson, Getty Images

Fun All Summer with the Buker Community Center Art Programs in Augusta [AUDIO]

It's going to be a very creative summer in Augusta. The City of Augusta Recreation Bureau at the Buker Community Center is making available art programs open for everybody including Saturday Art Classes, Adult Open Studio, Teen Summer Camp and much more.

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Photo, University of Maine
Photo, University of Maine

First Woman President Named for University of Maine

For the first time, the University of Maine will be led by a woman. Susan Hunter has been named the new President, replacing Paul Ferguson, who left for a similar position in Indiana.

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Category: Education, Local News, News
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Proper Flag Etiquette: Saturday, June 14 is Flag Day

Saturday, June 14, is National Flag Day. It's a day that commemorates the adoption of the U.S. Flag back in 1777. Three years ago, President Obama extended the Flag Day festivities to Flag Week.

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