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Amy Canfield, Editor (The Forecaster newspapers, American Journal, Lakes Region Weekly)
Connect with Amy:
(207) 780-9086

Bailey Arnold-Fuchs, Copy editor (The Forecaster newspapers, American Journal, Lakes Region Weekly)
Connect with Bailey:
(207) 780-9088

Michael Hoffer, Sports editor
Connect with Michael:
(207) 780-9104

Mikayla Patel, Coastal Journal
Connect with Mikayla:
(207) 780-9033

Drew Johnson, Southern
Connect with Drew:
(207) 780-9992

Sydney Richelieu, Northern
Connect with Sydney:
(207) 689-2851

Bob Lowell, American Journal
Connect with Bob:
(207) 780-9089

Contributing writers: John Balentine, Xavier Botana, Heather D. Martin, Susan Lebel Young, Karen Schneider, Phil Potenziano, Abdi Nor Iftin

Bruce Cole, Paginator
Southern Forecaster, Portland Forecaster, Coastal Journal Forecaster
Contact Bruce:
(207) 689-2949

Lisa McCann, Paginator
American Journal
Contact Lisa:
(207) 689-2948

Jennifer Gendron-Carleton, Paginator
Lakes Region Weekly
Contact Jennifer:
(207) 689-2919

Lindsay Montana, Paginator
Northern Forecaster
Contact Lindsay:
(207) 780-9082

Mark Hews, Distribution Manager
Contact Mark:
(207) 854-2577 ext 193


Courtney Spencer, Group VP of Advertising
Contact Courtney:
 (207) 791-6203

Cynthia Bell, Sales
Contact Cynthia:
 (207) 887-1181

Natalie Ladd, Sales
Contact Natalie:
 (207) 780-9063

Janet Allen, Sales
Contact Janet:
 (207) 689-2857

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A. The content from The Forecasters, the American Journal and Lakes Region Weekly have a new home on We are moving this free weekly content to make a portal destination for multiple geographically relevant publications.

Q. Why is this happening?
A. The move to streamline web operations enables us to support and maintain independent newsrooms that are guided by the news judgment of local editors. We remain committed to quality, local journalism, and coverage in our free publications and ePapers.

Q. Do I have to pay to read The Forecasters, the American Journal and Lakes Region Weekly online?
A. For the time being, articles from these publications will remain free to read. Eventually, they will be part of a subscription. The print and ePapers will remain free.

Q. How can I find stories from The Forecasters, Lakes Region Weekly and American Journal easily on
A. You may navigate directly to both archival and live content from each publication in a number of ways including top navigation, news navigation, and content promotion on the home page and throughout the site.