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Unions representing Bucksport paper makers have filed an injunction against the Verso paper company.
They're trying to force Verso to give the workers severance pay soon after the mill closes this month and not wait 3 months as it plans. The state says Maine law requires the company to pay the money within the first pay cycle after they're laid off. Verso claims that's not the case and they have a contract that indicates they can pay them this spring. The injunction filed today seeks to place attachments on the company's real estate in Bucksport or on any proceeds that come from the mills sale.
A Wiscasset man is facing charges following an unusual confrontation with police. The Lincoln County Sheriff's Department says a deputy tried to catch up with a man yesterday on Westport Island after hearing that he was acting strangely and was possibly in need of medical attention.
That man was later identified as 32 year old Daniel Colby who they say was also jumping into traffic and trying to enter passing cars. Police eventually found him near the Back River where Colby tried elude arrest by swimming away. After refusing to come back to shore a boat was launched with police and rescuers on board. They tried to talk him into coming aboard, but he declined and also refused putting on a life jacket.Police say Colby gave up when he was pepper sprayed and towed back to shore. He's now charged with eluding arrest and police also discovered that he had three active warrants for his arrest. Those warrants for unpaid fines, cultivation of marijuana and refusing to submit to arrest.
Fire marshal's are looking for the cause of a blaze that destroyed a home in Vienna.
A man and a woman were inside the home on the Mountain Road last night when the flames erupted.
They managed to get out safely and no one was hurt.
Fire crews from several departments managed to keep the flames from spreading to another nearby home.
Fire chief Brian Church tells us it's owned by john lehr and he believes the owner is staying with his son for the time being.
The chief also plans to contact the Red Cross to see if the organization can offer assistance.
Have you ever dreamed of owning your own cabin in the woods of maine?
You might be able to do it for just $100 dollars.
The Grand Lake Stream Guides Association is running a special raffle to raise money.
For 100 bucks, you'll have a chance at winning this cabin and an acre of land.
It's equipped with a well, septic system and has power.
It's all ready to create some great memories in the woods of Washington County.
The drawing for the camp will be held on December 31st at 6:00.
To learn more visit www.grandlakestreamguides.com.
You can also call Mike at 796-2553.