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Andy Capwell’s Divisional Playoff Predictions

This weekend is the AFC and NFC divisional round of the playoffs. The NFL is down to the final eight teams. There will be two games on Saturday and two games on Sunday. Here's my predictions on the games.

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Issac Brekken, Getty Images

Mom Petitions M&M To Change Food Coloring Dyes: What Do You Think?

M&M's have been an iconic candy in America since 1941, in fact I bet most of us have our favorite color of M&M. However one mom, Renee Shutters, has started a petition to have the manufacture adjust the way the candy gets it's coloring.

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Category: Diet, Food, Opinion Tags: ,
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Why 2014 Could Be A Great Year + Look Back at 2013 [videos]

With the holidays, the weather and life stuff, it feel like just now it is hitting me we have a new year!  So, this is a week late, but check these out about now 2014 could seem some positives in our world and what we are leaving behind!

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Category: History, Lifestyle, Opinion, Videos Tags: ,
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Who’s Your Favorite Weather TV Person? Take Our Poll!

Weather has been the lead story during this outbreak of historic cold, ice and snow. That got me to thinking of who is your favorite television weather person? Take our poll below and thanks for voting!

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Getty Images, photo by Kevin C.Cox

Randy’s College Football Wrap Up and the New Playoff System

It was the final game of the BCS era: #1 Florida State took on #2 Auburn for the National Championship. Next year, the BCS will be out and a playoff system will be in. The top 4 teams, according to the season final rankings, will determine the top four teams for the playoffs. The number one seed will play number four and number two will play number three, in most cases.

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Getty Images, photo by Ronald Martinez
Getty Images, photo by Ronald Martinez

Randy’s College Football Wrap Up

There were a couple of the bigger bowl games played over the weekend, the Cotton Bowl with #8 Missouri and #13 Oklahoma State, and the Orange Bowl with #7 Ohio State and #12 Clemson. Both games featured high scoring offenses and the final scores didn’t disappoint.

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Getty Images, photo by Streeter Lecka
Getty Images, photo by Streeter Lecka

Randy’s Sugar Bowl Wrap Up

There couldn’t have been many people that thought the Sugar Bowl would end the way it did. In a stunning upset Oklahoma beat two time national Champion Alabama 45-31. Many thought Alabama was out to prove they still belonged in the National Championship game despite losing to Auburn at the end of the year. Turns out the ranking system got it right.

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Getty Images, photo by Wesley Hitt

Randy’s College Football Wrap Up

As the college football bowl games continue there have been some very good games. Minor bowls, yes, but good games none the less. There have been some close games and some upsets, if you can consider a 7-6 team beating and 8-5 team an upset. Here’s a look at the most recent bowl games.

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Andy Manis, Getty Images

Thank You To The Line Crews + Support Staff Working To Get Power Back On

As I was walking ShadowDog Christmas Eve around 6pm, I heard voices and look over to a near-by parking lot, it was five of the bucket trucks working the Augusta area regrouping and talking to dispatch. Late tonight, a friend of mine who works for CMP as ‘essential personal’ will be coming to my house to catch a few hours of sleep after working part of Christmas Day. 

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Joe Raedle, Getty Images

Ticks + Tick Borne Illness Impact Mainers All Year And Can Be Deadly

I have a friend and her mom has been sick for a few weeks.  She was fine one day and within a few days she was in the ICU, she received the best of medical care and she passed away last week. It took less than two months. What caused all of this? A tick-borne disease called Powassan virus. This was Maine’s first documented case in about a decade.

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Category: Health, Lifestyle, Opinion

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