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‘Yellowstone’ Star Ryan Bingham Selling $2.45 Million Estate Amid Divorce — See Inside [Pictures]

Yellowstone star and singer-songwriter Ryan Bingham has listed his California estate for $2.45 million, just weeks after filing for divorce. Bingham and his now-estranged wife, Anna Axster, bought their 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 2,394-square-foot home in an exclusive area of Los Angeles for $1.36 million in 2013, according to property records. The breathtaking property was originally built in 1947, and the listing from Michelle St. Clair-Zsakany with Sotheby's International Realty touts the home's "European and mid-century modern sensibilities," describing the main residence as "stylish, upscale, modern yet cozy, peaceful, happy, light and bright."
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What Can The Wooly Bear Caterpillar Tell Us about This Winter?

Sometimes the old way is the better way. I feel that we Mainers have many different oldey-timey ways of telling the future. Who says we don't have ESP?! And no, I'm not talking about the sports channel. I'm talking about how a lot of us know all sorts of things, likely taught to us by our grandparents, about how to predict things around us, just by simple observation.
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Lincoln Man Arrested in Bangor for Allegedly Assaulting 2 People

A Lincoln man is a suspect in two assaults in Bangor, including a brutal attack on a homeless man. Bangor Police were called to the intersection of Cedar and Main Streets at approximately 8:30 Wednesday night for a report of an assault. They spoke with a woman who said a man had knocked her down after asking her for a cigarette. Officers approached Riley Boyington, 23 of Lincoln, and learned that he was out on bail after a previous arrest. He was taken into custody, charged with assault and violating his bail, and transported to the Penobscot County Jail. At approximately 1:00 Thursday morning, Boyington was released from jail on personal recognizance bail, for the two charges.
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Renewed Mask Guidance Now Only Applies to 1 Maine County

The number of counties where transmission of COVID-19 is substantial enough to prompt a suggestion that residents wear a mask is now reduced to one. Earlier this week, Governor Janet Mills asked the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention to review the U.S. CDC's updated guidelines for face coverings. The result was a suggestion from the Maine CDC that residents of any county where the transmission rate of COVID-19 is 'substantial' wear masks whenever they're in indoor settings. This suggestion applies to both vaccinated and non-vaccinated people.
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First Friday in Downtown Bangor Features Art, Music, Family Fun

Today is the last Friday of the month, and the first Fridays of the month are always special in Downtown Bangor. So next Friday is the August edition of First Friday. First Fridays are coordinated by Downtown Bangor Partnership, and Executive Director Betsy Lundy says:. "First Fridays in Downtown Bangor...
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TRAFFIC ALERT: State & Hancock Streets In Bangor To Close This Weekend

It's that time of year... It never ends in Maine. It's road construction season. Well, to be fair in this case, it's not really work on the roads. It's more about what's under the roads that will have crews out on the scene this weekend at the intersection of State and Hancock Streets in Bangor. This area has seen many closures recently, including this weekend.
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Miranda Lambert Announces the Death of Her Dog, Jessi

Miranda Lambert is mourning the loss of her dog Jessi this week. The singer shared that the dog she found in a sleet storm in early 2008 died on Thursday (July 29). The news comes nine months after the death of Jessi's brother, Waylon. Both dogs were on the side...
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Police: Aggressive Driving Leads to Death of Old Orchard Beach Man

A man from Old Orchard Beach was killed Thursday morning when he unsafely tried to merge into the passing lane of Interstate 95 in Sidney, according to police. Miles Ranger, 52, was "driving aggressively" while attempting to merge his pickup into the northbound passing lane in front of another vehicle driven by a Brian Landry, 58, of Fairfield, police said.
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Fresh Track: Shy Carter ‘Beer With My Friends’ [POLL]

Let’s get the party started. The artist has had quite a successful career as a songwriter and behind the scenes. He has written songs for Tim McGraw, Charlie Puth, Keith Urban, Billy Currington, Kane Brown and others. And he will work on his concert chops this fall, when he joins...
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Disney Parks To Require Face Masks Again as COVID Cases Surge

Walt Disney World and Disneyland will once again require face masks in certain areas of the parks as COVID-19 cases continue to increase throughout the country. According to Orlando Sentinel, Orange County, Florida is averaging 1,000 new coronavirus cases daily. Local hospital AdventHealth's ICU is full due to the rise in cases. Meanwhile, in California, the Delta Variant has become the state's dominant strain.
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Ellsworth Woman Dies, 3 Others Hurt in Surry Chain-Reaction Crash

An Ellsworth woman is dead and three other people injured after a chain-reaction crash in Surry. The Hancock County Sheriff's Department reports the crash happened at approximately 5:35 Wednesday evening on the Surry Road in Surry. A Subaru Outback driven by Thomas Bugbee, 62, of Blue Hill was traveling west, as was a Honda Civic driven by Daniel McLaughlin, 36, of Massachusetts. A Chevrolet Trailblazer, driven by Kathleen Anderson, 66, of Ellsworth, was traveling in the eastbound lane.
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Animal Control Seizes 50+ Neglected Animals from Sanford Woman

Animal welfare officials say a Sanford woman is banned from owning animals for life after over 50 animals were seized from her home. The animals that were seized from the farm on Wednesday, July 14th included twenty horses, eleven chickens, two pigs, six dogs, six cats, two geckos, three rats, and one bearded dragon. The woman admitted to members of the Department of Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry's Animal Welfare Program that she was unable to care for the animals. All of the animals were taken to local shelters, where they're being checked out by veterinarians and restored to good health before being put up for adoption.
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That Was a Fun 2 weeks of Summer; Signs of Fall near Presque Isle

Summer is my favorite season of the four that we experience here in Maine. I also enjoy that we do get to experience every one of the seasons in their true definition. There is no one arguing that we experience a true winter season. It drags longer than we'd like but it does eventually disappear. Spring and fall time are when we see the landscape make incredible transitions. All of that is to say that I want a longer summer!
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Calais Man Died in a Collision Between his Car and a Log Truck

A Calais man is dead after his car collided with a log truck in Crawford. Maine State Police spokesperson Shannon Moss says the crash happened just before 5:30 Wednesday morning. Police responded to a report of a two-vehicle crash on Route 9 in Crawford and found a passenger vehicle and a tractor-trailer that was carrying a load of logs. Officials say the tractor-trailer was traveling east and the passenger vehicle was traveling west when the two vehicles collided. The initial investigation suggests that it was the car, driven by 63-year-old Bruce Pierce of Calais, that crossed into the path of the tractor-trailer.