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Taylor Swift has another lawsuit in the works, well her lawyers do, and it’s over guitar lessons. Ronnie Cramer, who gave Swift guitar lessons twice a week and introduced her to music- technology programs, is the one her lawyers are getting in touch with.
New Hampshire police have put out an arrest warrant for Punxsutawney Phil. Ground Hog Day was on February 2nd and Phil predicted 6 more weeks of winter. He didn’t predict the severity of the winter though.
Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon in 1969, died on August 25, 2012. His widow, Carol, was cleaning out a closet and came across some mementos that Armstrong kept all these years from his trip to the moon.
Augusta’s Julia Clukey is competing this week at the 45th International Luge Federation World Championships in Latvia. Up to this point, Julia hasn’t been doing as well as she hoped during the World Cup luge season.
Looks like the problems the Washington Redskins are having with their logo and the name ‘Redskins’ has come to Skowhegan Area High School. For years the team has been the Skowhegan Indians with the school’s mascot of an Indian.
Many served during the Iraq War; I know a lot of soldiers from Maine who were there. Saddam Hussein, who was the president of Iraq for more than 23 years, was captured and hanged for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of his own people.
You may have noticed gas prices are on the rise again. After hitting a low in recent years of around $2.00 a gallon they are creeping back up. Experts expect that trend to continue with gas prices going up another 50 to 60 cents a gallon by spring.
Not something you hear about every day, a group of otters eating a monkey at a zoo. A rare golden tamarin monkey at the Bristol Zoo in England fell into the otter’s lake and got trapped in a drainage value and then was eaten by the otters.
An Auburn University student decided to take on the challenge of eating bugs for every meal for a month. Cam Brantley-Rios is trying to bring awareness as to how good bugs are for you. He says crickets and worms are high in protein but low in fat not to mention they have a low carbon footprint.
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