Wanders No Longer
After the persistent efforts of her owner Forest Peaslee, Jr., and the
woodlands skill of a tracker, Wanda was captured the morning of April
17 near the Waldoboro Driving Range at Orff's Corner. Wanda has been on
the run since she escaped from Peaslee's Somerville farm on March 19.
Now back at home on Peaslee's farm, Wanda has rejoined her herd, and apparently
is in high spirits. "She was feeling well enough to charge one of
my farm hands on Thursday morning," Peaslee said with a chuckle.
It Could Happen to Anyone
On April 16, Deputy Peter Kenyon responded to a report of a single vehicle
traffic accident, on the Cooper Rd. in Whitefield. Deputy Kenyon arrived
on the scene and observed an upside down, partially submerged Dodge Neon,
approximately 35-feet in a swamp. While speaking with the operator, identified
as Tayler Wagner, 23, of Whitefield, Deputy Kenyon noticed he was very
unsteady on his feet and smelled a strong odor of alcohol. Wagner failed
the field sobriety test and was arrested for operating under the influence.
He was booked into the Lincoln County Jail.
[from the Boothbay Register classifieds]
To The Person Who Got the last load of Free Asbestos shingles in Edgecomb.
There are more now, I lost your number, John
From the "Whatever" Department
Much to the disappointment of her neighbors in Lincoln County, Zoe Zanidakis
of Monhegan Island was eliminated from "Survivor: Marquesas"
on Thursday night. "I'm hoping to get out of the lobster business,
and I'd like to get into the entertainment industry and start acting,"
Zoe told Entertainment Weekly in an interview posted on their website
April 27. "Obviously my ultimate goal is feature films," Zoe
added. "But you gotta start somewhere."
"Battle of the Birds'" for Nesting Rights
Do Any of These Animals Belong to You?
Two pigmy goat bucks were found on Dock Road in Alna. - one husky malamute
mix, male neutered, approximately five years old found on 218 in Alna.
If they are one of your animals,please come claim.
In view of the fact that Maine Yankee will be storing nuclear fuel for
at least the next 20 years, the selectmen decided to request that the
early warning system be re-installed at the closed nuclear power plant.
School Asks Help For Manhattan Schools