CONWAY — A New York man died in Huntington Ravine Friday when an avalanche swept him from the ice gully he was climbing, sending him for more than 1,000 feet.
James Watts, 24, was dead around 3 p.m. when a hiker found him near the floor of the ravine, according to a U.S. Forest Service statement, far below Pinnacle Gully, the moderate ice route he was climbing when the avalanche occurred.
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CONWAY — The U.S. government's ability to order killer drone strikes on American citizens abroad who are working with U.S. enemies should be tempered with judicial review, says Maine Independent U.S. Senator Angus King who is advocating for the creation of a drone court that would at least provide some oversight of the executive branch.
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