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21 Nov Sentence Is Passed In Bath Shooting Death

From WCME News 9: Emotional moments today at the courthouse in West Bath, where 24-year-old Dylan Grubbs of Thomaston was sentenced to five years in prison--with half of the time--or two and a half years suspended. The sentence followed a plea of guilty from Grubbs, who had...

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20 Nov Mike Violette’s Football Call Of A Lifetime

WCME's Mike Violette, with the assistance of Winthrop-Monmouth assistant football coach Jarod Richmond, gave us the call of a lifetime on Saturday evening in the final seconds of the Class D championship football game, when MCI's Eli Bussell botched a snap for a game-winning field...

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29 Oct Donald Trump in Lisbon

[audio mp3="http://www.radio9wcme.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Trump1-1.mp3"][/audio] [audio wav="http://www.radio9wcme.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Trump2.wav"][/audio] Jim Bleikamp's coverage of Trump's rally at the gym of Open Door Christian Academy in Lisbon.  ...

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26 Oct From WCME News 9: Trump Is Headed This Way

Donald Trump is headed to the Midcoast--with a rally set for the Open Door Christian Academy gym in Lisbon at 4 Friday afternoon. Although it will be Trump's first visit to the Midcoast, this will be his fifth visit to Maine so far in the campaign,...

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02 Oct From WCME News 9: Large Fire in Dresden

Lots of smoke and extensive damage but fortunately no injuries in a fire at the Freedom Center--a drug and mental health recovery center at 633 Gardiner Road in Dresden. The fire apparently broke out in the back of the building and there is no word...

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25 Sep From WCME News 9: Stabbing in Lisbon

In Lisbon an investigation is underway into the stabbing of a 32-year-old female resident of the town, whose name has not been released and who is declining medical attention after suffering wounds to the arm and neck before fleeing the scene of the incident in...

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23 Sep Breaking from WCME News 9: BIW Layoffs

Bath Iron Works is laying off 30 workers and will eventually eliminate a total of 160 positions in its engineering and support organizations in a move to become more "affordable" as the company puts it, with further reductions to come through retirements, transfers, resignations and...

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