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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

BREAKING: 12 New Possible US Ebola Infections

UPDATE: Ebola Patient Zero now identified as Thomas Eric Duncan. The Ebola outbreak is raging throughout West Africa. Now, for the first time, a case of Ebola made it’s way back to the states without anyone catching it first. The Duncan is currently under a quarantine in a Dallas hospital, and the CDC is reacting to the news.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Lisbon HS Class '16 Partners with Little Caesar's‏


Pictured:  (l-r) Little Caesar Pizza Kits are being offered by Lisbon High School students Class of 2016 now through October 24.  Members of the fundraising committee (back row) Brett Carter, Austin Bedford, Logan Williams; (front row) Riley Galipeau, Miranda Smith, Deliah Schreiber, Olivia Leduc and Nick Harriman along with other members of the class may be contacted to support the fundraiser. 

Lisbon – Members of the Lisbon High Class of 2016 are embarking on their first fundraiser of the 2014-2015 school year.  Students are offering Little Caesar Pizza Kits from September 29 through October 24.  All net proceeds from the sales benefits their Project Graduation and other class expenses.  Orders will be delivered to Lisbon High School on Friday, October 31.  Pick-up will be from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the LHS Conference Room.  Orders may also be placed with Class Advisor, Shari Jordan, by calling 353-3030, ext. 2008 or by emailing  FMI on other projects and programs in Lisbon Schools visit the Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools FaceBook page. 

The Maine Wire: “LePage blasts Mass. liberals on natural gas policy, calls for federal intervention” plus 3 more‏

LePage blasts Mass. liberals on natural gas policy, calls for federal intervention
Posted: 29 Sep 2014 01:09 PM PDT
AUGUSTA - Gov. Paul R. LePage on Monday called upon the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to intervene in New England to address rising energy prices before a winter gets underway — a step he said is necessary because of recent actions taken by Massachusetts. “New England households and our businesses are about to experience a […]
Daily Catch: Obama’s ’60 Minutes’ Interview, Debate Debates, Minimum Wage, and James O’Keefe’s Latest
Posted: 29 Sep 2014 08:09 AM PDT
Contradiction:  In a CBS “60 Minutes” interview, President Barack Obama admitted that his foreign policy plans in Syria were based on a contradiction. The president’s efforts to “degrade” Islamic State forces may have the undesired effect of helping the brutal Syrian dictator, Bashar Assad, regain control of the country.  “I recognize the contradiction in a contradictory land […]
Common Core: An Up-Close-And-Personal Encounter with the Standards Review Process
Posted: 29 Sep 2014 07:16 AM PDT
By Heidi Sampson – It was with reserved optimism that I accepted a post on the Standards Review Panel. I was informed that this process would only look at the standards to make sure they are of the highest quality for Maine students. I was also assured by the commissioner we would be bringing in […]
Poll: Poliquin leads Cain by double digits
Posted: 29 Sep 2014 06:48 AM PDT
A new public opinion poll shows Republican Bruce Polquin leading Democrat state Sen. Emily Cain (D-Orono) by 10 points in Maine’s Second District congressional race. The poll was paid for by the liberal-leaning Portland Press Herald, whose majority owner, S. Donald Sussman, has donated to Cain. It was conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey […]

NaturalNews: Kansas declares October to be "Zombie Preparedness Month" - for real‏

Dear Lisbon Reporter and NaturalNews readers,
The Governor of Kansas has just declared October to be "Zombie Preparedness Month" and is now urging citizens of Kansas to prepare as if a zombie apocalypse were under way.
It's a smart plan, I say, to grab attention and help people get ready for any sort of disaster that may arrive:

The FTC is suing several major drug companies for blocking access to cheaper versions of drugs:

While Ebola now has a 70% mortality rate, alternative medicine is still being totally ignored by conventional medicine (surprised?)

The UK govt. has released confidential documents revealing the MMR vaccine link to autism:

If you don't want to fall victim to the next flu, you need to bulletproof your immune system:

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Lisbon Credit Union Supports Students‏

Lisbon Credit Union Offers Lisbon Students Financial Planning Advice

 George Roy, President/CEO of Lisbon Community Federal Credit, presents lessons in finance to students enrolled in Gartley Street Program of Lisbon High School.  Roy’s presentation included information on various types of loans, credit cards and other types of services offered at any financial institution.  Pictured (l-r)  Dan Westleigh, Nick Rogers, Sean MacDonnell, Ian Arsenault, Hunter Williams, Kyle Bedell and  Roy.  Photo courtesy of Monica Millhime.

Lisbon – George Roy, Lorraine Turcotte and Selma Basic, of Lisbon Community Federal Credit Union (LCFCU) recently met with Lisbon High School Gartley Street Program instructors Andy DePres and Brian Breton along with the schools’ Community Resource contact, Monica Millhime.  The stakeholders discussed a financial planning program complementing the curriculum offered at the school.  LCFCU is one of the Lisbon School Department’s Community Partners in Education. 

Over the next several weeks, LCFCU employees will provide instructions relating to the features and benefits of various deposit account options offered at financial institutions.  “Students will be introduced to the services provided by debit cards, credit cards, home banking and more,” shares George Roy, LCFCU Treasurer/Manager.  “Information on the various types of car, personal and mortgage loans will be explained along with the process of how loan decisions are made including the four C’s of credit, collateral, credit history, capacity (ability to repay) and character.”

FMI on assisting with community based programs in Lisbon Schools, call 754.0021 or email   All the latest schools news can be found on Facebook at Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools. 

Sunday, September 28, 2014



Several years ago, the County Commissioners decided to do what is right by consolidating all the Dispatch Centers into one.  This was a huge undertaking and there was no money or a facility to accomplish this so the Commissioners considered consolidating the Androscoggin County Dispatch with the Lisbon Communication Center under the jurisdiction of the county.  This would be a first step as money and a facility were already available.  The consolidation would be in Lisbon.

However, the County Commissioners needed the approval of Chief Brooks and the former Town Council.  Both Chief Brooks and the former Council refused to go along with this consolidation.  Therefore it did not take place.

So let’s look at the facts and try and determine why this initiative, which could save lives, failed.  Here are the facts:

1.     All 911 calls are received by a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP).
2.     Androscoggin County Dispatch is the PSAP for this area.
3.     Lisbon Communication Center is NOT a PSAP.
4.     Androscoggin County Dispatch has to relay the information to Lisbon Communication Center before Police, Fire or Medical personnel can be dispatched.
5.     This relay causes a delay in dispatching First Responders.
6.     In a life threatening situation every nanosecond can make the difference between life and death.
7.     Every person in Lisbon is being put at risk because of this situation.

I do not believe anyone can argue the facts as I have presented them.  Chief Brooks maintains there is no delay in dispatching First Responders in an emergency.  Remember a game we all played by telling one person a secret and by the time it got to everyone it had changed so much that it was not anywhere near what was first said.  Also, try and repeat your name, address and what the emergency is and see how long it takes you.  Then try typing the same information and see how long it takes.  This will provide you an indication of how long the delay is under perfect conditions.

This situation was turned into a political nightmare for the people of Lisbon.  Politics took over and is now responsible for your life.  The fact that Chief Brooks and the former Council did not put the people’s lives first is an injustice to the people.  It is a shame that our public officials do not put our lives and safety before politics and Chief Brooks’ ego.

There is no sound reason why our lives are at risk every day when there is a reliable, cost effective solution.  A solution in which when a 911 call comes into the PSAP; the PSAP dispatches emergency personnel immediately without any delay or politics being involved.

 This would ensure that First Responders arrive as soon as possible without any delays improving your chances of survival much much better.

Larry Fillmore

NaturalNews: Massive protests rock Hong Kong as citizens demand democracy

Dear Lisbon Reporter and NaturalNews readers,
Massive protests are rocking Hong Kong right now as citizens there are fighting for political freedom and freedom of speech against government tyranny:

The experimental Ebola vaccine looks set to be injected into humans en masse starting in early 2015. Who needs long-term clinical trials when there's a vaccine to push? 

Research "dark zones" allow GMO technology to be used for development of bioengineered bioweapons:

UK school to start fingerprinting children to monitor their eating habits:

Why do people keep smoking even after being diagnosed with cancer?

Don't believe the popular slur "anti-government." Here's why those who sling the term are actually "anti-American!"

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Saturday, September 27, 2014

Fryeburg Fair - September 28-October 5, 2014‏

'Now huddle up here young fella and I'll tell ya' what to do!'

Hello – I am sending you our press release and a few photos for Fryeburg Fair if you are interested in running this for your readers.  It looks like the weather is going to be beautiful!  Many thanks – Rachel Andrews Damon, Fryeburg Fair, Fryeburg, Maine

Fryeburg Fair, established in 1851, will host its 164th annual eight day fair September 28-October 5 in Fryeburg, Maine.  As always Fryeburg Fair, considered to be one of the best agricultural fairs in the U.S. offers non-stop livestock, agriculture and farming exhibitions with over 3,000 head of cattle, horses, sheep, goats, hogs, poultry, rabbits, oxen and more.  

Traditional Fair events include Woodsmen's Field Day, horse and ox pulling, draft horse tandem hitches up to eight, pig scrambles, calf scrambles, cooking contests, flower shows, exhibition halls of crafts, handiwork, photos, art, forest and wood products; a full museum of old farm equipment and memorabilia with live demonstrations; the "Little Red Schoolhouse" built in 1835; the milking parlor, firemen's musters, sheepdog trials, tractor pulling, 4WD pulls and pari-mutuel harness racing on the Fair's half-mile track.  

The Fair’s Specialty Foods Pavillion offers innovative food products made with local farm ingredients.  The new Expo Center features 9,000 square feet of commercial exhibits.  The Fair’s six Night Shows begin at 8 pm at the Grandstand and feature Denny Breau (Monday);  Love & Theft (Tuesday); Ultrasonic Rock Orchestra (Wednesday); The Swon Brothers (Thursday); Leah Turner (Friday) and Michael DelGuidice & Big Shot (Saturday).  The Fair is known for the best French fries made with just harvested Maine potatoes, along with an incredible variety of food choices for every palate!  

The annual Fireworks show is Friday night at 9 p.m. right after the Night Show ends.  Saturday's 10 a.m. Grand Parade is two hours of Fryeburg Fair's best on display. General Admission is $10 daily and includes the 8 pm Night Show.  Children under 12 are always free.  Tuesday is Senior Citizen’s Day (65 & over are admitted free).  Gates open at 7 am.  Harness Racing is at 1:30 Tuesday thru Sunday.  

Group sales of admissions tickets with a minimum purchase of 20 tickets can be purchased at the Fair office beginning on September 15th at a reduced rate of $9 per ticket.  Fair Office Hours for advanced ticket purchase are Monday thru Friday 9-3.  For further information on Fryeburg Fair, go to or call the Fair Office at (207) 935-3268.

Friday, September 26, 2014

The Magic Bank Account

Imagine that you had won the following *PRIZE* in a contest:
Each morning your bank would deposit $86,400 in your private account
for your use.
However, this prize has rules.

The set of rules:

1. Everything that you didn't spend during

each day would be taken away from you.

2. You may not simply transfer money into

some other account.

3. You may only spend it.

4. Each morning upon awakening,
the bank opens your account with another
$86,400 for that day.

5. The bank can end the game without
warning; at any time it can say,
“Game Over!".
It can close the account and you will not
receive a new one.

What would you personally do?

You would buy anything and everything you
wanted right?
Not only for yourself, but for all the people
you love and care for.
Even for people you don't know, because you
couldn't possibly spend it all on yourself, right?

You would try to spend every penny,
and use it all, because you knew it would be
replenished in the morning, right?

Shocked ???


Each of us is already a winner of this

We just can't seem to see it.


1. Each morning we awaken to receive
86,400 seconds as a gift of life.

2. And when we go to sleep at night,
any remaining time is not credited to us.

3. What we haven't used up that day is forever lost.

4. Yesterday is forever gone.

5. Each morning the account is refilled,
but the bank can dissolve your account at any time
without warning...

So, what will you do with your 86,400 seconds?

Those seconds are worth so much more than the
same amount in dollars.
Think about it and remember to enjoy every second
of your life, because time races by so much quicker
than you think.

So take care of yourself, be happy,
love deeply and enjoy life!
Here's wishing you a wonderful and beautiful day.

Start “spending”....


Submitted by:'Bucksnort' 

NaturalNews: Indefinite citizen lockdown across Sierra Leone as food prices skyrocket‏

Dear Lisbon Reporter and NaturalNews readers,
An indefinite citizen lockdown (forced quarantine) has just been put in place across Sierra Leone. Entire cities are now under isolation orders, with almost no one allowed in or out.
Food prices are already skyrocketing and starvation is just days away for many:

Episode Nine has just been launched for the Pandemic Preparedness course. Listen or grab the MP3 now at:

Monsanto and other big agri-businesses influenced the EPA to hide evidence since the 1970s that their products kill honeybees:

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Thursday, September 25, 2014

The Maine Wire: “WATCH: Great debates in Maine politics [video]” plus 4 more‏

WATCH: Great debates in Maine politics [video]
Posted: 23 Sep 2014 01:14 PM PDT
With all the talk of debates this year, we thought readers might be interested in watching a collection of previous debates in Maine politics. Check out the “greatest hits” of Maine’s gubernatorial and congressional debates. Michael Michaud vs. John Frary No collection of Maine debate clips would be complete without clips from Michaud’s 2008 congressional […]
LePage wins NRA endorsement
Posted: 23 Sep 2014 11:43 AM PDT
The National Rifle Association has endorsed Republican Gov. Paul LePage in his reelection bid, the group announced on Tuesday. “Based on his leadership on Second Amendment issues, LePage has earned an “A+” rating from the NRA-PVF in the 2014 general election,” the NRA wrote in a press release. “An “A+” is the highest possible rating […]
Senator can’t explain Dem job creation plans for 127th Legislature
Posted: 23 Sep 2014 07:43 AM PDT
Sen. Ann Haskell (D-Portland), assistant majority leader in the state senate, went on the George Hale and Ric Tyler radio program Tuesday morning to talk about a press conference Democratic lawmakers held about their plans for the next legislative session. After trotting out Democratic talking points about Maine’s job creation over the past three and […]
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Democrat state worker debunks liberals’ latest attack on LePage
Posted: 23 Sep 2014 07:01 AM PDT
When the Bangor Daily News published a story about Gov. Paul LePage’s vacation policy for political appointees, Democratic operatives thought they had found campaign gold. From the BDN: “A new policy instituted by Gov. Paul LePage in February substantially increased paid vacation time for 54 political appointees and governor’s office staff, by crediting prior, relevant […]
VIDEO: Michaud dodges question on VA corruption scandal (again)
Posted: 23 Sep 2014 06:42 AM PDT
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Following new developments in the Veterans Affairs health care corruption scandal, U.S. Rep. Michael Michaud, the ranking Democrat on the Veterans Affairs Committee, is struggling to answer questions about how the committee is only now addressing problems in the system that have been brewing for nearly a decade. In May, a preliminary […]

The Maine Wire: “Schaeffer: The Amtrak Downeaster: Obama on wheels” plus 1 more‏

Schaeffer: The Amtrak Downeaster: Obama on wheels
Posted: 24 Sep 2014 10:40 AM PDT
For a few years now, I’ve been closely following and commenting on state and local level circumstances relating to the Amtrak Downeaster, and in particular, its extension to Brunswick. Not to mention the Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority (NNEPRA) that operates it, and their closely affiliated lobbying organization, TrainRiders/Northeast. For those who aren’t aware, […]
14,000 EBT cards now have photo ID, says LePage
Posted: 24 Sep 2014 07:15 AM PDT
AUGUSTA – The administration of Gov. Paul LePage on Wednesday released information regarding new welfare reforms and enforcement procedures. “In the last year, we have added more accountability to the system in a number of ways,” LePage said in his weekly address. “We put photos on EBT cards; we eliminated the unauthorized out-of-state use of […]

NaturalNews: FDA threatens to arrest people who claim natural Ebola cures‏

Dear Lisbon Reporter and NaturalNews readers,
It was pretty easy to see this coming, but the FDA has now publicly threatened to have people arrested and criminally charged if they promote natural cures as treatments for Ebola.
Such outright suppression of the exploration of lifesaving natural remedies is wholly unacceptable and a threat to all humankind.

I happen to believe that if we hope to survive this pandemic, we need to expand our medicine and invoke international cooperation among all cultures and systems of medicine our world has to offer. Read more:

I've just release Episode Eight of "Pandemic Preparedness," a free online audio course. In this chapter, you'll learn how to ride out the social chaos that may happen if Ebola strikes western nations:

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Re: [WJB]: Sirota: "BREAKING: Despite Rules, Christie Pension Chief Pushed NJ Cash Into Fund Linked to His Private Firm"‏




David Sirota:

Want to rock the world and every corner of New Jersey with a "basic" disclosure that has been intentionally held back from the constituents of New Jersey and every other local government constituent due to the money and wealth involved?

The disclosure starts off with a hypothetical question that has a definitive answer.

The question is: If New Jersey government was a public corporation and every resident, man, woman, and child was an equal shareholder, what would be the value of their shares strictly based on liquid investment assets held by "all" local governments and their operations in the state of New Jersey? 

The answer to that question would floor anyone and everyone.

No liquid investment assets in the equation would be excluded. Every local government and local government enterprise operation each has their own holdings separate from each other. So, here we would be looking at all cities, counties, school districts, and enterprise operations. Examples of local; government enterprise operations in NJ would be: NJ Turnpike, Parkway, State Universities, Community Colleges, ports (sea and air), recycling, dumps, water treatment, etc. Pension funds either system or local government individually operated. NJ on the State level has about 11 massive system funds and on the local government level individually operated funds totaling several hundred separate funds.

Being that there are several thousand individual local government operations in NJ, the best method is to first start on the county level with one county say like Middlesex County, NJ. Identify all county operations in the county, then the cities, township, school districts, enterprise, pension fund participation with system funds from each and separately managed funds from local governments in the county.

Being that local governments like to promote debt and rarely if ever discus total income and investment assets held, the task can be daunting. I note in this exercise debt should be excluded being that most local governments over the decades have promoted debt at the front door while at the same time they have utilized their own investment assets to fund that same debt through the back door. (gives them a parking zone for their wealth held and a return on the same paid for by the taxpayer) You may have the city funding the county's debt and the county funding the city's debt or a plethora of inter-exchange between the enterprise operations and their parent local government. If a true connect the dots comparison was done of all local government debt, I would be very confident that over 65% of that debt was self funded in one way or another with cross-matched local government investment assets.

One thing that can be done to make this task much easier to accomplish is using the accepted method of "factoring" to get totals. An example of factoring as used by cattle ranchers who have say 40,000 acres and an unknown number of cattle, what they do is take a sample count of set acreage blocks. Some level grasslands, some hilly, some rocky. They then take the count per sample area as noted, then account for the total acreage that is hilly, flat, and rocky to determine a factored total of cattle on their complete ranch.

For local governments in NJ, the parameters per blocks can be population, medium income, residential, or industrial etc. to establish the sampling data to compile totals. This would work out well in general per ledger totals per small, average, and large local governments in NJ inclusive with the enterprise operations held by each. If doing a single county as mentioned like Middlesex, the look and compiling of all can be more precise. When doing for all local governments in the state, factoring needs to be applied or the effort would be too massive.

I did this for LA County in California a few years back. The county had collectively from all county investments held about 325 billion dollars and when all local governments and their enterprise operations from "within" the county were included, the total came out to be about 1.8 trillion dollars.

Back in 1990, I did a review of New Jersey utilizing factoring based on a selected demographic model applied for the entire state, and the per resident total came out to be about $575,000 per man, woman, and child in the state, or a family of five, the value of the family's shares "if" all local governments in New Jersey totals were considered, would have been $2,875,000

Like I asked you earlier: "Want to rock the world and every corner of New Jersey with "basic" disclosure" ? If your answer is yes, than hit the Google search engine using quotes on the search line to retrieve your target grouping of local government CAFRs (Comprehensive Annual Financial Report); AFRs (Annual Financial Report) ; AFS (Annual Financial Statement); or Audit Report. ** Depending on the size of a local government, they will produce one of the before-mentioned each year. I note for each, the enterprise operations will have their own separate report.


Middlesex County College -

County of Middlesex NJ -
Google searches can be refined using quotes on key phrases in the search line to find most local government annual financial reports or audits in Middlesex County.

Two things are accomplished by doing this exercise. The scope and size is qualified in which 99.9% of the population are oblivious too (intentionally as such due to the massive money, insider power, and deceptive nature of it all involved). Secondly, it rocks the world of every individual who gets the cognitive thought as to what has been taking place every single day right under their own noses for their entire lifetime. It becomes very obvious to them also that it would not have been possible for this massive deception to take place right under their noses without the full and intentional cooperation, oversight, and intervention of and by the syndicated media, controlled education, and the large political parties to maintain the void of cognitive thinking in and from the population. Again, scope and size is qualified as to the participation of the inside players to masterfully control the whole show DUE TO THE MASSIVE WEALTH AND EASY MONEY INVOLVED.

So let us all rock the world with "the basics" intentionally held back from us our entire lifetimes due to the money involved. The real shaking of the mind is when we all realize that taxation is not necessary to run all local government budget requirements. Those budget requirements can be clearly met without taxation by and through restructuring government to utilize the investment wealth through the fiduciary trust principle to meet and match every single local government budget without taxation. In doing so it also creates an environment that is very productive for a prospering and thriving economy in every one of those local venues. It is time for us all to decide if we are slaves or partners to and with our local governments.

At this end, I have, will, and shall continue to make us all, one and all partners for all time to come with our local governments utilizing the fiduciary trust principle to meet all local government budgetary needs. The TRFA (Tax Retirement Fund Association) is what I am launching to accomplish that beginning. Work on the National headquarters of the TRFA is underway. Operation of the same is forthcoming. Will advise with progress reports within future posts.

Please share and post this communication with your contacts.
Truly yours,

Walter Burien -
P. O. Box 2112
Saint Johns, AZ 85936

Tel. (928) 458-5854

David Sirota's Newsletter

From: David Sirota, IBTimes
Sender: "David Sirota, IBTimes"
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 16:50:16 +0000
ReplyTo: David Sirota, IBTimes
Subject: BREAKING: Despite Rules, Christie Pension Chief Pushed NJ Cash Into Fund Linked to His Private Firm

September 22, 2014

International Business Times has just broken some big news: despite New Jersey's tough conflict of interest laws, Gov. Chris Christie's pension investment chief, Robert Grady, moved New Jersey pension money into a fund linked to his private financial firm - and he did so without disclosing the link to New Jersey officials.

Click here to read the story.

IBTimes uncovered never-before-revealed Blackstone documents from an SEC investigation appearing to contradict Gov. Christie's officials. Additionally, IBTimes uncovered evidence that the Blackstone fund New Jersey invested in subsequently moved money into another deal with a firm on whose board Grady sits. Grady is a national Republican powerbroker who Christie last week defended at a press conference as being one of his closest advisers and friends.

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Middle School Boys Soccer Results, 9/23/14, PWS vs Hale-Dale‏

The PWS Greyhounds' record slipped to [0-3] after a grueling match with the Hale-Dale Bulldogs. The Spirited Lisbon offense took control of the ball first working it past Hale-Dale's defense and #3 DJ Douglass making the first goal 5 minutes into the game. The Bulldogs responded with 2 goals of their own followed by Greyhound Douglass feeding #11 Noah Austin who even up the score. Again Hale-Dale responded with 2 goals and retook the lead. The half wouldn't end until another 'Hound #6 Nico Soucy put the score at half 3-4. After the break the Bulldogs continued to find holes in the Greyhound defense netting 6 more points while Lisbon's unrelenting offense scored 3 more of their own with Soucy making 1 and Austin  2 for his first hat-trick and the final point tally at 6-10. Lisbon's next game will be at Oak Hill, Thursday, September 25.—Coach Reeves

Truths in Life
1) Everything that happens, happens for a reason. Luck does not exist.
2) In this existence we are either part of the problem or part of the solution. The choice is ours.
3) We aren't defined by our circumstances but by our reactions to them. Crisis reveals character.

This Sunday------> Lisbon DARE vs. NE Patriots Alumni 092814‏

Members of the Lisbon Police All-Stars, along with members of the Lisbon High School D.A.R.E. Program, strike a pose with members of the New England Patriots alumni players before kick-off of their 2012 game in Lisbon.  The 2014 game is scheduled for 1 p.m. on Sunday, September 28 at the Thompson Field, Lisbon High School Campus, 2 Sugg Drive, Lisbon Falls.

Lisbon – The Lisbon Police All-Stars Football Team is set to play former New England Patriot players at 1 p.m. on Sunday, September 28 at Lisbon High School Campus, 2 Sugg Drive in Lisbon Falls.   This year’s event features Lisbon Police Officers, and Lisbon teachers and coaches from various Lisbon High School teams. The New England Patriots Team is made up of three time Super Bowl Champ running back/full back, Patrick Pass; Super Bowl Champ and “Snow Bowl Hero” tight-end Jermaine Wiggins; Super Bowl Champ defensive back Shawn Mayer; ’86 AFC Champ and Super Bowl player defensive end Garin Veris; line-back Vernon Crawford (who we brought back because he is really fun with the fans and players); and full-back Harold Shaw.  “We are awaiting confirmation of the ’96 AFC Champ and Super Bowl player, Max Lane”, shares Officer Renee Bernard.  Shaw and Pass will be conducting a clinic prior to the game.

The event will begin at 12 PM with a NFL Punt-Pass-Kick Program for Lisbon 3rd and 5th grade football players, run by the Lisbon Recreation Department.  Lisbon fifth and sixth Grade football players will attend a clinic run by some of the Patriot Alumni. The flag football game will begin at 1PM on Thompson Field. At half time the activities will include autographs by your Lisbon Police All-Stars and the Patriots Alumni.  A great half time show will be put on by a combination of Lisbon High School Cheerleaders.   Some  seventh and eighth grade Philip W. Sugg Middle School students will join the two teams in the second half of the game.

All proceeds from the game support the Lisbon D.A.R.E. Programs and its many offerings throughout the year for children and adults to take advantage of drug free activities. Come and cheer on the local team and have a picture taken with some of New England’s greatest football players. The PWS Camp Kieve group will be offering refreshments and the Lisbon S.A. D. D. will be offering 50/50 tickets.  Ticket can still be purchased at the gate. Wear your favorite NFL Jersey, you don’t have to be a Patriots’ fan to cheer on the Lisbon Police All-Stars vs the Patriots’  Alumni. 

FMI Contact Officer Renee Bernard of the Lisbon Police Department at 353-3030, extension 2003.   For more information on programs and schedules at Lisbon Schools visit the Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools on FaceBook.

The Maine Wire: “VIDEO: People’s Climate March Protests Capitalism as Marchers Trash NYC” plus 3 more‏

VIDEO: People’s Climate March Protests Capitalism as Marchers Trash NYC
Posted: 22 Sep 2014 12:15 PM PDT
In case you missed it, thousands of climate change activists gathered in New York City over the weekend to protest global warming, corporations, capitalism, and, well, just about everything. Reason Magazine’s Kmele Foster took a camera to the march to interview participants about their views on climate change and potential solutions. The folks Foster interviews […]
LePage asks NFL commissioner Goodell to form coalition against domestic violence
Posted: 22 Sep 2014 11:25 AM PDT
In a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Republican Gov. Paul R. LePage called on the embattled head of America’s most loved sports league to join he and other governors in forming a coalition to oppose domestic violence. The NFL “has an opportunity to take a high-profile stand against domestic violence by making it a […]
Maine Dems: Welfare reform got “green light” from Democratic senators
Posted: 22 Sep 2014 09:49 AM PDT
The Maine Democratic Party is issuing mailers on behalf of a Democratic state senator from Androscoggin County. The mailers tout a record on welfare reform that doesn’t exist and attack the Republican candidate using sources that also do not exist. According to Maine campaign finance records, the Maine Democratic Party has spent more than $10,000 […]
Clinton, Alinsky letters revealed
Posted: 22 Sep 2014 08:08 AM PDT
The Washington Free Beacon has unearthed never-before-seen correspondence between the late left-wing radical Saul Alinsky and former First Lady Hillary Clinton, a front-runner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. “Previously unpublished correspondence between Hillary Clinton and the late left-wing organizer Saul Alinsky reveal new details about her relationship with the controversial Chicago activist and shed […]

NaturalNews: Ebola death camps announced in Liberia as CDC estimates explode‏

Dear Lisbon Reporter and NaturalNews readers,
The CDC is now estimating Ebola infections could surpass 1 million people by January.
In response, "Ebola death camps" have just been announced in Liberia, where the W.H.O. will oversee Ebola victims being forcefully removed from their homes and families.
It's all unfolding almost exactly as I described in shocking detail at
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