A man and woman accused of robbing a Walmart pharmacy in Farmington Friday were in court Monday afternoon.28-year-old Ashley Lake of Farmington and 33-year-old Timothy Campbell of Chesterville are charges with robbery and drug possesion.According to court documents, Ashley Lake approached the Walmart pharmacy and handed a note to the woman behind the counter saying she had a gun and demanded drugs.Lake and Campbell fled the scene and were arrested shortly after when a Franklin County Sheriff’s canine tracked the pair to a nearby motel.Both are being held on $10,000 bail.lake and campbell will be back in court in january.
Maine guides are still busy as folks enjoy all that fall has to offer.A man in Bradford is offering his services to a group that may have had to forgo trips on the river in the past.Joy Hollowell has the story.+++”I grew up fishing, I learned how to fly fish on Souderhunk Lake with my uncle.
In the world of Facebook, Twitter, and Texting getting information out quickly is what many are focusing on.But Today is National Punctuation Day and while some may ditch those punctuation marks to save character space, brevity may cost clarity in other situations.” If you use punctuation without any sense, the conventions, there’s simply no clarity in what you’re producing,” said Dr.
Dogs around Bangor got their own pampering session Saturday.A local business called Mutt Nose Best organized the charity dog wash to benefit the Bangor Humaine Society.Mut Nose Best is known for organic dog shampoos, which they used at the event.Ther also offered puppy pedicures, portraits, and raffle items.Many people came out to support the cause.
There are many fundraisers held around our state, but Sebasticook Family Doctors and Hoofs-N-Hearts, teamed up to do a unique sort of charity event.With the help of Katahdin Trail Saddlery, they hosted the Lil’ Buckaroos Rodeo.The money raised goes to gas cards for cancer patients needing to get to appointments.Organizers say they’ve had overwhelming community support.(Robin Winslow-CEO, Sebasticook Family Doctors, Elaine Ritano and Sami Brawn-Co Founders of Hoofs N Hearts) The community has been very giving.