Podcasts

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Saturday, July 20, 201307/20/2013

7-20 Mark Dion

In John McDonald

John talks with former Cumberland county Sheriff now Lawyer and current House of Representative Mark of Portland and Falmouth Mark Dion about Marijuana laws, his experiences as a Sheriff and how complicated energy bills in Maine really are and how they can’t be reduced to political slogans.

inside-maine-podcasts

Saturday, July 13, 201307/13/2013

7-13 David Bernhardt Commissioner Maine Department of Transportation

In Inside Maine

Bruce Poliquin speaks with David Bernhardt Maine Commissioner of the DOT talks about the tragedy in Lac Magantic and how we can protect ourselves from that happening in Maine.

Angus King

Saturday, July 13, 201307/13/2013

7-13-13 Senator Angus King part 2

In Inside Maine

Part 2 of Senator Angus Kings talk with Chair of the Armed Services Committee Carl Levin about their recent trip to Syria.

Angus King

Saturday, July 13, 201307/13/2013

7-13-13 Senator Angus King

In Inside Maine

Senator Angus King talks with Chair of the Armed Services Committee Carl Levin about their recent trip to Syria.

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Saturday, July 13, 201307/13/2013

7-13 Eric Russell

In Inside Maine

Eric Russell from the Portland Press Herald, discussing how oil once saved the Montreal Maine & Atlantic railroad, and now oil might be its undoing – Read his article in the Maine Sunday Telegram

morning-news-podcast

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

7/12 Bill Nemtiz

In Inside Maine

Phil and Ethan speak with Bill Nemitz about his latest article in the Portland Press Herald regarding the Train disaster in Lac-Megantic, Quebec and what if something similar happened along Maine’s rail lines.

inside-maine-podcasts

Saturday, July 6, 201307/06/2013

7-6 hil speaks with Brigadier General James D. Campbell

In Inside Maine

Phil speaks with Brigadier General James D. Campbell Maine National Guard about the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg and talks about Maine’s National Guard and Alabama National Guard will meet on the battlefield to commemorate the battle.

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Saturday, July 6, 201307/06/2013

7-6 Craig Anderson

In John McDonald

Craig Anderson talks with John about his upcoming story about hospital executive compensation.

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Saturday, July 6, 201307/06/2013

7-6 Author John Ford

In John McDonald

Former Game Warden John Ford talks about his vast experiences as a Maine Game Warden and talks about his new book “This Cider Still Tastes Funny!” He will be doing a book signing at Nonsuch Books, Mill Creek in South Portland today, 7-6

inside-maine-podcasts

Saturday, June 29, 201306/29/2013

6-29 Jason Levesque of Argo Marketing Group

In Inside Maine

Ken and Gov. John Baldacci talk with Jason Levesque about how he runs his Buisness in Maine

Latest Headlines

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Maine Seeks Health Files In Document Shred Case

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Lawyers for the state tried to obtain more than five years of medical records as well as the names of doctors, psychiatrists and psychologists who saw a former state employee who filed a whistleblower lawsuit over the shredding of public records by the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Maine Man Says In Lawsuit Petco Rat Made Him Sick

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - A Maine man who says he developed a serious disease after getting bit by a rat he bought at Petco has sued the pet supply retailer.

today in Local

Electronic Corporation Plans To Invest In Maine

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CAMDEN, Maine (AP) - A New Mexico-based business says it plans to invest more than $3 million and create 29 new jobs in the Maine town of Camden.

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Augusta Woman Gets 9 Months For Selling Cocaine

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An Augusta woman has received a nine-month jail sentence for trafficking cocaine.

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Maine Nursing Homes May Get $14 Million Boost

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Maine's nursing homes could see a funding boost under legislation awaiting Gov. Paul LePage's signature.