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Photo by Andy Capwell

Governor LePage Hosts Food Drive

 

Governor Paul LePage and First Lady, Ann LePage will be holding their third annual Blaine House food Drive. It will take place on three consecutive Saturday's, from 10 a.m. to 1p.m. October 12, 19 and 26. The LePage family have hosted the event every year since the governor was elected.

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Getty Images, photo by Kyle Rivas
Getty Images, photo by Kyle Rivas

Arrowhead Stadium the Loudest in the World

When the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Oakland Raiders 24-7 on Sunday, two things happened. They went to 6-0 on the season and they became the loudest stadium in the world. Just four weeks ago the Seattle Seahawks were given the title with noise from the crowd at 136.6 decibels. The Chiefs broke that Sunday.

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Getty Images, photo by Claudio Villa
Getty Images, photo by Claudio Villa

The Vatican Misspells ‘Jesus’ on Commemorative Medals

The Vatican had to recall 6,200 commemorative medals that were to honor Pope Francis’s papacy but there was one very important word that was misspelled: Jesus. Surrounding the outer edge of the medals was a saying in Latin that Pope Francis said inspired him as a boy.

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Damariscotta Pumpkinfest
Photo by Sharon Buck

Damariscotta Beautiful at Pumpkinfest

If you've never been to the Damariscotta Pumpkinfest, you missed out again this year! It was so much fun!

You need to watch the giant pumpkins that have been carved out to become boats! The races always come down to the wire! And when Larry and Don yell "Ready? Set? Get Wet!" the paddlers do their darnedest to navigate through the cold Maine waters around the pumpkin buoys to come in first!

Here are a few pics I took while I was there to sing the National Anthem!

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Getty Images, photo by Elsa
Getty Images, photo by Elsa

Cardinals and Dodgers Game 2, 12th Longest in MLB Playoff History

On Saturday, the St. Louis Cardinals beat the LA Dodgers 1-0 to take a 2-0 lead in the NLCS but it was Game 1 of the series on Friday that made history. The Cardinals won that game 3-2 in 13 innings making it the 12th longest game in MLB post season history. Game 3 is tonight.

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Getty Images, photo by George Frey
Getty Images, photo by George Frey

Randy’s College Football Wrap Up Week 7

Week 7 of college football saw four upsets in the top 20. Number 5 Stanford fell to unranked Utah 27-21, Utah’s first win against a top 5 opponent in school history. After outlasting LSU last week, #7 Georgia lost to #25 Missouri 41-26, the first time Missouri beat a top 10 team on the road in 32 years.

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Getty Images, photo by Neilson Barnard
Getty Images, photo by Neilson Barnard

Archie Comic Book Series Taking Turn to the Dark Side

I remember as I was growing up I would from time to time read Archie comic books. Veronica, Betty, Jughead, Moose and the gang were always funny and upbeat and the town of Riverdale was like an all- American city.  A new series of Archie comics will take a turn to the dark side.

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The 14th Annual North American Wife Carrying Championship Is At Sunday River This Weekend

The unofficial kickoff to winter, the Fall Festival takes place at Sunday River on October 12th and 13th. Celebrate with live music, the 14th annual North American Wife Carrying Championship, the Mountain RAID obstacle course, the 30th annual Blue Mountain Arts & Crafts Fair and much more!

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Getty Images, photo by Bryn Lennon
Getty Images, photo by Bryn Lennon

Superman License Plates on Sale in Ohio

The man of steel is coming to Ohio as an aluminum license plate. The State is selling Superman license plates with the super ‘S’ on them to recognize the Superman comic book being created in Ohio. Starting this month plates will be available for an extra $20, plus the annual renewal few, and will come with the Superman logo, name, and the words ‘Truth, Justice, and the American Way’.

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Getty Images, photo by Martin Hunter
Getty Images, photo by Martin Hunter

Did Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow Really Start the Great Chicago Fire?

The Great Chicago Fire of 1871 was blamed on a cow, probably the most famous cow in history: Mrs. O’Leary’s cow. The fire started in the barn and destroyed 3.5 square miles of the city, killed 120 and left thousands of other homeless. But did the cow start the fire?

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