BAR HARBOR — The Maine Lobstering Union will host the second annual Lynn D. Tucker Jr. Invitational on Sunday, Aug. 23, at Kebo Valley Club.The golf tournament, along with a lobster bake, door prizes and raffles, will benefit Guide Dogs of America — a nonprofit organization that trains dogs for free for visually impaired men and women from the United States and Canada.Cost for the tournament is $150 per golfer or $500 per team. Sign in opens at noon with a 1 p.m. shotgun start.The Maine Lobstering Union is an organization formed of only lobstermen and sternmen in Maine.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe union unites Maine’s lobstermen to ensure the sustainability and quality of Maine lobster.For those who would like to sponsor or make a contribution, contact MLU President Rock Alley at 598-6969.
Butler100 Worth Wright38088.17 Butler2 Floyd663131.96 Franklin179 Floyd7072.16 Area Total104854.97 Hancock106 Winnebago69 Mitchell6588.53 Wright3706114.15 Deaths July case countCases before July 1New since July 1% since July 1 Winnebago3043.49 Area Total1737 Kossuth3345.2 Franklin7710256.98 Worth52 Mitchell76 Mitchell Kossuth324156.16 Area Total26 Franklin3 Worth153771.15 Hancock475955.66 Cerro Gordo16 Floyd97 Butler475353 Wright431 Hancock2 Confirmed Cases Floyd2 Winnebago Worth1834.62 Butler8181 Kossuth Cerro Gordo554 Franklin9955.31 Cerro Gordo19532.19 DES MOINES — Three new deaths from COVID-19 have been reported in Iowa.According to the Iowa Department of Public Health’s website, the number of deaths statewide has risen to 839. 458 additional positive cases of coronavirus have been reported in Iowa to bring the total number of cases identified since the start of the pandemic to 43,196. Of those, 31,196 people have recovered, or just above 72%.Looking at numbers in our listening area as of 11 o’clock this morning: a total of 1737 positive cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic — 554 in Cerro Gordo; 431 in Wright; 179 in Franklin; 106 in Hancock; 100 in Butler; 97 in Floyd; 76 in Mitchell; 73 in Kossuth; 69 in Winnebago and 52 in Worth. 926 of those 1737 positive cases in the area have come since July 1st, or 53.3%. 82% of Cerro Gordo County’s 554 cases have come in July.Of those 1737 positive cases, 1048 have recovered — 380 in Wright; 195 in Cerro Gordo; 99 in Franklin; 81 in Butler; 77 in Hancock; 70 in Floyd; 65 in Mitchell; 33 in Kossuth; 30 in Winnebago; and 18 in Worth — for a percentage recovered of just under 55%.Eight more people in the area have been hospitalized to bring the number of COVID-19 patients currently hospitalized as of July 27th to 20. Kossuth73 Mitchell294761.84 Hancock7772.64 Area Total81192653.31 Winnebago264362.31 Cerro Gordo10245281.59 Total % Recovered Recovered Wright1 read more