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Fire destroys Anglican church in Edmundston
EDMUNDSTON, New Brunswick – Fire destroyed an historic Anglican church over the weekend. Built in 1926, the combined St. John's Anglican and St. Paul's United Church on Rue de l’Eglise in Edmundsto...
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Obituary: NOELLA (DUBE) PINETTE, 1917 - 2014
EAGLE LAKE, Maine and WALLAGRASS, Maine - Noella (Dube) Pinette, 96, died peacefully on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, at an Eagle Lake health care facility. She was born Dec. 27, 1917 in Wallagrass, the...
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UMFK receives distinctions, also sets enrollment record
FORT KENT, Maine – For the 10th consecutive year, The Princeton Review has named the University of Maine at Fort Kent a “Best Northeastern College” among colleges and universities in the 11-state n...
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WEDDING: Gaston-Morneault
GRAND ISLE, Maine - Allen and Elizabeth Morneault of Grand Isle and John and Ruby Gaston of Altus, Okla. announce the marriage of their children, Matthew Morneault and Christina Gaston, on Sept. 8,...
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Obituary: EILEEN NANCY BROWN CYR, 1924 - 2014
BRISTOL, Conn. and EAGLE LAKE, Maine - At the age of 90, Eileen Nancy Brown Cyr, a longtime resident of Bristol, Conn., died peacefully in her sleep on Aug. 21, 2014 at the Brennity Senior Living C...
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BIRTHS: Albert boy, Martin boy
ST. JOHN VALLEY, Maine - ALBERT: A boy, Trenton Christopher Albert, was born on Monday, Sept. 15, 2014, to Sierra Babin and Christopher Albert of Fort Kent. Maternal grandparents are Bruce and Gret...
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UMFK Homecoming again coincides with Chamber's Scarecrow Festival
FORT KENT, Maine – The University of Maine at Fort Kent and the Greater Fort Kent Area Chamber of Commerce will combine resources for their respective Homecoming and Scarecrow Festival celebrations...
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Voters approve school budget at third referendum
MADAWASKA, Maine - Two weeks after being approved at a special town meeting, the 2014-2015 school department budget passed in a referendum vote 275-270 last night, Sept. 16, according to Town Clerk...
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Lions Scramble attracts 17 teams, despite cold
FORT KENT, Maine – The 2014 Lions Club golf scramble featured a field of 17 three-person teams despite the cold weather conditions on Saturday, Sept. 13. The best ball scramble event had first-, se...
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Nomad Tattoo settles in Frenchville
FRENCHVILLE, Maine - After traveling and living in Europe for a year and a half, Chris Gendron returned to the St. John Valley and opened a tattoo shop, Nomad Tattoo, in July. After some renovation...
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Jenney Dionne opens Alete, her own salon
MADAWASKA, Maine - After four years of renting space in Frenchville and a dozen years in the business, Jenney Dionne has opened her own salon and spa at the shopping plaza on Fox Street. Dionne ope...
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Cathie Pelletier releases 'A Year After Henry'
ALLAGASH, Maine – Novelist Cathie Pelletier of Allagash has released a new book, “A Year After Henry.” In the fictional novel, published by Sourcebooks on Aug. 5, Pelletier introduces readers to Bi...
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4-H Club begins for St. John Valley children
FRENCHVILLE, Maine - The St. John Valley 4-H Club held its first meeting on Saturday, Aug. 30 at Dr. Levesque School. The club is for children ages 5-18 throughout the St. John Valley, according to...
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Cooper goes to Jake Robichaud's 'K-9 College'
FORT KENT, Maine - Cooper and his human Mandy Ouellette of St. Francis were part of the "K-9 College" dog obedience class taught by Jake Robichaud of Fort Kent on Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 10. The...
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Adam Jandreau grows produce to help food pantry
ST. JOHN PLANTATION, Maine - Adam Jandreau is in the final stages of delivering his hand-raised produce, grown through the summer, to the Fort Kent Ecumenical Food Pantry. Adam, 11, the son of Jeff...
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