Author Archive | Alana Ouellette

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Working with special needs kids

Special Education teachers need certain qualifications to work with special needs kids such as training and a license and certification. But even more importantly perhaps, they need to have a strong conviction that disabled people are no less than regular people and should be treated the same but in a more patient manner. SPED teachers […]

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Mobile Veterinarian-Nicole Kellum

Nicole Kellum is an equine veterinarian who works mainly with horses. She is from Kennebunk Maine and feels fortunate that her parents were very involved and supportive in her life. For her occupation, she needed 4 years of college followed by 4 years of vet school. “I went through a one-year internship with horses, two […]

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Pats Win Again

Gronk reaching down to sign a fans shirt Everyone leaving after the parade. There were so many people we could barely walk. Edelman yelling Gronk and his girlfriend Camille Tom Brady smiling because he’s the best quarter back Celebrating their 6th Super Bowl

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Hunting Memories

According to Deer Friendly, Maine deer biologists estimate the population this year to be about 240,000. As a result, the state has issued a record number of doe permits to reduce the population.  This is an increase from an estimated population of 225,000 in 2016. Populations have been supported by mild to moderate winters in […]

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Fast Food’s Impact On Our Health

Senior Anna Dimatteo admits, “I eat fast food every day, usually from any restaurant that I am around because I go out a lot and get hungry. Cooking isn’t my thing, it takes up too much time, and when I’m hungry I want to eat right away, not wait for myself to cook a full […]

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Educating students for more than 200 years.