Kennebec


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Ken•ne•bec

(ˌkɛn əˈbɛk, ˈkɛn əˌbɛk)

n.
a river flowing S through W Maine to the Atlantic. 164 mi. (264 km) long.
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Librarians should be aware of the large print edition of "Murder in the Oval Office" (Kennebec Large Print, $26.99, PB, 452pp).
ATLANTA: Gro Solutions announced Kennebec Savings Bank has chosen Gro's Digital Sales Platform to help power its digital deposit account onboarding and provide a fast, seamless mobile experience for its customers.
Pleasure to join the Kennebec Valley Chamber this morning!
Eagle Creek has also acquired a minority interest in the 4mw Brassua facility near the village of Rockwood, Maine and a majority interest in the Kennebec Water Power Co, which regulates releases from upstream storage reservoirs on the Kennebec River.
Adrienne Bennett, press secretary to Governor Paul LePage, is to join Kennebec Savings Bank as vice president and director of marketing and communications.
The newspaper reported the cash will be used "to buy a printing press for the facility that will be less expensive to operate than the current machinery." The plant also prints its sibling titles, the Kennebec Journal, Waterville's Morning Sentinel and the Coastal Journal, at the plant.
Navy headed out to sea for the first time, departing from shipbuilder Bath Iron Works and carefully navigating the Kennebec River in Maine, before reaching the open ocean where the ship will undergo sea trials.
FHWA recently joined the Maine Department of Transportation (MaineDOT) to celebrate the opening of the Kennebec Bridge on State Route 197 in central Maine.
Every year, Diane and her family would spend several weeks in the summer vacationing at one of the lakes of Maine which included her favorite, Maranacook Lake in Kennebec County.
and Kennebec Technologies Inc.; Dennis Cagan, Director, Copper Mobile, Acorn Technologies, Truston, HeartStories, Inc., New Law Technology, Inc.
He previously was a co-owner of Kennebec, Inc., a transportation consulting firm, serving as principal software and transportation engineer.