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Maine and the pandemic: where things stand 11 months on

  The second, deadlier coronavirus surge is ebbing in Maine and the U.S. generally — a good juncture to step back and see where we’ve been, how things appeared to… Read more »

Maine alone in the country in not compiling Covid-19 testing data every day

A month ago I wrote about how Maine was the only state in New England unable to post negative test results counts each day, a number that allows the calculation… Read more »

An Additional Post

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A Post From Earlier

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Ten years of World Wide Woodard

Happy 2019 everyone, and happy birthday to this blog, which started 10 years ago today with this post from Reykjavik, where I was starting a reporting trip in the wake… Read more »

Trump plan to cut NOAA, kill SeaGrant, alarms Maine marine industries

In this morning’s Portland Press Herald, I report on the reaction to President Trump’s proposal to dramatically cut funding to NOAA, the government’s principle marine-related agency, including killing the 50-year… Read more »