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Topic - Paul Page
Maine Gov. Paul Page and First Lady Ann LePage are honoring Maine National Guard soldiers who recently returned from a nearly year-long deployment in Afghanistan.
Longtime motorsports announcer Paul Page will return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network as its lead announcer next season.
Shortly before he left home for Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Marco Andretti watched a documentary that showed his grandfather, Mario, at the famed track.
Five different drivers from the famed Andretti clan have combined to make 80 starts in the Indianapolis 500. Mario Andretti's 1969 victory remains the lone win and the family has been answering questions about the "Andretti Curse" for decades now.
"It was him and (radio announcer) Paul Page, they were walking down the start finish line and he said, 'You know, I always said I hated this place,'" Andretti recalled.