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Maine MEP's Lean courses now available to all manufacturing employees in state
MADAWASKA, Maine - The Maine Manufacturing Extension Partnership (Maine MEP) announced last week that it has partnered with the Camden-based Lean education provider Back in the Game, Inc. to offer ...
Feb 27, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 94 94 recommendations | email to a friend
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Poliquin sends letter to FDA regarding paper inserts for prescriptions
MADAWASKA, Maine – U.S. Congressman Bruce Poliquin, R-Maine, and a U.S. House colleague urged the Food and Drug Administration last week to remove the proposed rule that would allow pharmaceutical ...
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UMS Chancellor James Page to speak at UMFK business breakfast
FORT KENT, Maine - The next breakfast meeting in the University of Maine at Fort Kent Board of Visitors’ Business Breakfast Series will include an informational session by University Maine System C...
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Another cell tower to be erected in Valley
SINCLAIR, Maine - Less than one month after erecting a communications tower in St. David, Boston-based Bay Communications II, LLC has proposed constructing another tower in the St. John Valley, thi...
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Free meals and rooms to lawmakers not always disclosed under ethics laws
AUGUSTA, Maine - The recent two-day conference that corporate giant Time Warner put on for Maine legislators has revealed loopholes in the state’s ethics laws that make it difficult for voters to k...
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Memo: LePage inserted himself in religious discrimination case against Moody’s Diner
AUGUSTA, Maine – Gov. Paul LePage inserted himself into a state law enforcement proceeding about a religious discrimination case and threatened to go to court if the legal process was not postponed...
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Owners list Mont Farlagne for sale
EDMUNDSTON, New Brunswick – Mont Farlagne’s owners have listed the St. Jacques, New Brunswick ski center for sale, according to a Feb. 12 story in the francophone news journal L’Acadie Nouvelle. St...
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Time Warner made its case to legislators at luxury resort
AUGUSTA, Maine - Fed up with slow Internet speeds offered by commercial services, some Maine cities and towns are turning to a new way to get high-speed broadband for their residents and businesses...
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Cell tower rises in St. David
ST. DAVID, Maine - A cell phone tower under construction on Lavertu Road will add to the existing inventory of more than 20 towers in the state that Boston-based Bay Communications has constructed....
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Collins, King and Poliquin urge Commerce secretary to investigate Canadian trade practices in paper market
MADAWASKA, Maine – In a letter today, Jan. 14, U.S. Sens. Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Angus King, I-Maine, and Congressman Bruce Poliquin, R-Maine, urged the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to address a...
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Father and son create cabinets for Acadian Village
VAN BUREN, Maine - Built around 1975, the former kitchen at the Acadian Village had become too cramped to cater large gatherings. With a $30,000 grant from the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation t...
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