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  • Organ donation Libby St. Pierre looks over memorabilia of her daughter, Emmy- Leigh Cole, who was killed in 2007 by Libby's then-boyfriend, Todd Gamache, when Cole was 8 months old.

  • NORTH FORT MYERS, Fla. - , 86, died March 16, 2013. Most people seek to be happy. Bill sought to be purposeful, useful, responsible, compassionate, to stand for something and to make a difference. In doing so, he not only made himself happy but uplifted those around him as well. Bill was born Oct. 11, 1926, in Wellington, New Zealand, to Avery and Bernice (Eaton) Hammond. In 1930 his family moved back to Bangor, where he grew up, attended Bangor schools and after graduation served in the Navy during World War II. In 1943 he met and in 1948 married the love of his life, Florence Gunn. Bill's early careers were with New England Telephone then Libby Foods. In 1959 Bill and Grenville Jordan started a building and development company named Jordan & Hammond. Ken Rowell later...

  • Conventional wisdom says you can't grow organic strawberries," [Ken Dawson] says. "Well, for 30 years I've heard you can't do this or you can't do that, and I've made a career of doing it anyway. We grow 'em, and we sell 'em. Dawson got into farming because he loves to grow things. Twenty-five years ago, he wanted to spend all his time in the garden. "That was our plan. I would grow it, then [Libby Outlaw] would sell it," he says. But he quickly saw how important selling is, and he's been able to make a living as a farmer because he's a shrewd businessman. When his share of the organic grocery business began to shrink, he focused extra attention on the local market, selling more and more produce directly to consumers. By 2002, 90 percent of his sales were through farmers' markets. "We...

  • WARREN, Maine -- Shaun Libby, 32, of Standish was a teenager when he killed a man while trying to rob a gas station. He has grown up a lot since then. On Wednesday, Libby and eight other men received degrees from a Maine State Prison college program.

  • Beyond the pitching statistics, which were mind-boggling, beyond the hitting numbers, which were jaw-dropping, Michelle Libby possessed a love of softball that set her apart from her peers. You could see it in practice, when she bounded from drill to drill. You could see it in the games, when she chirped and joked around on the bench. You could see it in the off-season, when she worked endlessly on improving her game.

  • Sybil Louise Mehrer, 94, of Yakima died Wednesday. Mrs. Mehrer was born in Lewistown, Mont., and moved to Nebraska as a child. She taught in Scottsbluff, Neb., until 1949, when she and her family moved to Grandview. She worked as a laboratory technician at Libby's and then at Safeway Corp., retiring in 1982. She moved to Yakima in 1983. Survivors include a daughter, Judi Salts of Yakima; a sister, Dorothy Minch of Mesa, Ariz.; two grandchildren and three great- grandchildren.

  • PORTLAND, Maine -- A former Bangor man was sentenced to serve seven years in prison for robbing a Yarmouth Rite Aid in March and then leading police on a high-speed chase. Dylan Libby, 21, who police said in March had just moved to North Yarmouth from Bangor, was indicted by a Cumberland County grand jury in May for the Class B crimes of robbery, aggressive eluding an officer and aggravated assault for "recklessly causing bodily injury to Madeline Damon [his girlfriend] with use of a dangerous weapon or motor vehicle.

  • In violation of his constitutional oath to faithfully execute the office of president ..." [Dennis Kucinich] stated, "[George W. Bush] ... both personally and through his subordinates ... illegally spent public dollars on a secret propaganda campaign to manufacture a false cause for war against Iraq. Kucinich started his speech by referencing a variety of news and intelligence reports regarding White House communications, specifically the White House Iraq Group, which was composed of senior officials (then-National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice, then-Deputy National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley, Kail Rove, then-Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Karen Hughes, former chief of staff Andrew Card, then-chief of staff to the Vice President I. Lewis Libby, then-W...

  • ORONO - , 84, passed away Wednesday, June 27, 2012, surrounded by family at Orono Commons as a rainbow appeared in the sky. She remained courageous and strong throughout her illness. She was born Sept. 29, 1927, in Vintondale, Pa., daughter of the late Alfred and Harriet (Wade) Burge. She grew up in Gearhartsville, Pa., with her five siblings. Louise first worked at Penn State in the Registrar's Office. In 1951 Louise married Edward F. Libby in Medford, Mass. The couple moved to Bucksport and then to Orono, where she worked for Dean Mark Shibles in the Department of Continuing Education at the University of Maine before leaving to start a family. She managed the floral department at Doug's Shop and Save in the 1980s. A longtime member of Church of Universal Fellowship, Or...

  • * McCLELLAN AT WAR: At the morning and afternoon press briefings before the President left for Argentina last week, White House Press secretary Scott McClellan was under fire from reporters who felt he had misled them about the investigation into Karl Rove and Scooter Libby. "You were wrong then, weren't you?" NBC's David Gregory said to McClellan, citing the spokesman's statement of Oct. 7, 2003, that "[t]hey're good individuals, they're important members of our White...

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