The July 10th Issue of The American

Many good-hearted people who see a dog in a car outside a supermarket assume the poor pooch is in distress. Not always, Ellsworth police report. Police have been responding to an unusual number of calls reporting dogs left in cars. Those calls, plus 911 "pocket dials," are increasingly time-consuming. Our report is on page 1.

The state auditor was in town Tuesday to go over the county's books. It seems a check was written in anticipation of funds that had not yet arrived. That caught the auditor's attention. Page 1.

The blueberry crop outlook is bright. Despite a slow start due to a long winter, pollination went well through June and a better-than-average crop is expected. Page 1.

We've got feature stories on a resurgence of pool popularity, social media, what they put in your water in Bucksport, All-star baseball and a Tradewinds Market coming to Ellsworth.

It's all in The American ... The Ellsworth American ... serving the community since 1851, the year Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk was born. He was one of the leading members of the Austrian School of Economics. Böhm-Bawerk’s work was well known before World War I. His theories of interest and capital were catalysts in the development of economics, but today his original work receives little attention.

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