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Jeff Rollins
Jeff Rollins is a 30-year broadcaster who has worked in radio stations all over the country. He has a degree in theater from Maryland University and has performed classic roles from Neil Simon to Shakespeare. Jeff writes poetry and loves his pet Springer Spaniel, Whitten.

Carl Hampton
Carl Hampton has been fascinated by lights and buttons since he was a little kid. With over 25 years experience, Carl has worked as a television soundman, operations manager, and radio personality. He is a big animal lover. In addition to his 2 dogs, cats, and turtle. Carl has a bearded dragon named Spike. Carl’s guilty pleasure is Star Trek. It must be all those lights and buttons.

John Gleason
John Gleason began his broadcast career long before the enlightened age of digital sound when records and reel-to-reel tapes were the order of the day; a time his children refer to as the Jurassic Age of radio. Having worked in stations from the Rocky Mountains to the East Coast, John gets a special thrill as part of the team that brings you “America’s Best Music”

Wayne Yaffee
Wayne spent many years as a professional musician (known to most of his old friends as “Buffalo”) in recording studios and nightclubs. Wayne’s radio career includes on-air personality, news reporter, talk-show host, sports guy, commercial producer, and parody songwriter.

Pat McNulty
Pat McNulty has been a radio & television broadcaster for thirty years. In his youth he worked as a ranch hand, a groom at a racetrack, a tile setter, and a drywall stocker. “I decided it was a lot easier to lift records than drywall. Although, my experience with horses and their stables hasn’t changed much. I still shovel stuff, just in a different way.” Pat is also the author of Great Music Radio.com, a critically acclaimed novel that was published in 2012. “If you like radio, music, or history, you’ll like my book. If you like a lot of bad jokes you’ll LOVE my book.”

Steve Cassidy
Steve got started in radio to work his way through college. He’s been…uh…”working on that degree” in radio for the past 25 years! When he’s not cookin’ on the radio he loves to be in the kitchen cookin’ up something for his wife & two perfect kids. One day Steve hopes to win the lottery and take the winnings to Vegas to double them.

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Quotes from Around Maine About Leon Gorman

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``Leon was a larger-than-life figure in my world growing up. He was my dad, yet his life was closely intertwined with the company he built, nurtured and loved. Not surprisingly, the personality traits that describe our company fit my Dad to a tee. Honest, trustworthy, dependable, loyal, friendly, an experienced guide, sense of humor, respectful, outdoor oriented, authentic, vigorous, and environmentally aware.''

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Manslaughter Conviction Upheld in Double-Fatal Crash

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The Maine supreme court has upheld the manslaughter conviction of a driver in a crash that killed two of her passengers.

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Saddleback Says Fundraising Fell Short, Resort is For Sale

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The popular Saddleback ski area says it has fallen short on fundraising for a new chairlift but that there may be a buyer to save the upcoming season.

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Shrinking U.S. trade gap shows economy’s underlying strength

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The U.S. trade deficit fell in July to its lowest level in five months as exports rose broadly, signaling underlying strength in the economy amid concerns about a global growth slowdown.

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Kentucky clerk jailed for denying same-sex marriage licenses

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The clerk has refused to issue licenses to any couples, gay or straight, since the U.S. Supreme Court in June ruled that same-sex couples have the right to marry under the U.S. Constitution, citing her beliefs as an Apostolic Christian.

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Federal Judge Orders Cleanup Plan for Maine Mercury

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A federal judge has ordered the former owners of the HoltraChem Manufacturing Co. plant to pay for an engineering study for cleaning up tons of mercury dumped in the Penobscot River.