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Piscataquis Regional Food Center blog post describing the changes in operations due to COVID-19.

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Feeling really grateful for the privilege to work from home. And would you look at that CAT? Grateful for the most adorable office view. PRFC has some exciting content to share this week, so stay tuned. In the meantime, we're remembering the simple…

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This poem corresponds to a moment where I realized that I was sweating crimson when working and wearing a naturally dyed turmeric shirt. We were a month or so into the pandemic and the metaphors and symbols were too good not to acknowledge. It was…

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Despite safety guidelines that have made listing and showing properties more challenging in recent months, the real estate market is doing well, according to Dorothea “Dolly” Perkins.

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Steven Lovejoy does home repairs and maintenance, roofing, painting, snow removal, mowing and pretty much everything else. Lovejoy describes the impact of COVID-19 on his contracting business.

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Being a senior in high school, a grocery store employee or a firefighter is a tough job anytime, to say nothing of during the time of COVID-19. Eric Bennett, 18, of Dexter is all three.

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Massage therapist Donna Kraft-Smith was one of many Mainers taken by surprise at the gravity of the COVID-19 pandemic. With her practice and school closed as non-essential businesses, Kraft-Smith continues trying to work with students and keep her…

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Writer Sheila Grant interviews a pet food and supplies store employee about what it’s like to be an essential worker.

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The team at Northern Light Mayo Hospital is getting ready for COVID-19, and they could use our help and support.

Sheila Grant talks with Marie Vienneau, president of North Light Mayo Hospital, and Dr. David McDermott about social distancing, hand…

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Life has changed dramatically for families in the Piscataquis region, and around the globe.

Writer Sheila Grant profiles Christi Pingree, a behavioral health professional who took a leave of absence when her children's school closed.
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