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Fort Kent girls defeat Fort Fairfield in last home game
FORT KENT, Maine - In girls’ soccer action, senior Erin Chasse scored two goals and an assist to help the Warriors notch a 3-0 win over Fort Fairfield at home on Friday, Oct. 17. The seniors shined...
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'Kitchen Party' to feature Acadian music
FORT KENT, Maine – The University of Maine at Fort Kent Alumni Association will host its fourth Acadian Kitchen Party. Plans for the evening include Acadian music by local performers, according to ...
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Parish to tear down 1931 rectory
MADAWASKA, MAINE - The Notre Dame du Mont Carmel parish will tear down its old rectory once its offices have moved to what is now the Madawaska Outpatient Center. In the Oct. 15 edition of the St. ...
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Obituary: GENEVA M. NADEAU, 1927 – 2014
FORT KENT, Maine - Geneva M. Nadeau, 87, passed away peacefully on Oct. 17, 2014, at a skilled nursing center in Fort Kent. She was born on July 25, 1927, the youngest of 13 children, and was the l...
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Obituary: JOEL NADEAU, 1944 - 2014
FORT KENT, Maine - Joel Nadeau, 70, died on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014, in Bangor. He was born on Jan. 9, 1944 in Fort Kent, the son of Guy and Lauria (Saucier) Nadeau. Educated in the Fort Kent scho...
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Fort Kent boys, Washburn girls win Aroostook cross-country championships
FORT KENT, Maine - The Fort Kent boys and the Washburn girls captured the 2014 Aroostook League Cross-Country Championships hosted by Fort Kent Community High School on Wednesday, Oct. 15, at Lones...
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'Coming to peace with male dominance'
To the Editor, The Oct. 1 St. John Valley Times’ front-page photo splash of nine political candidate photos was a real “pie-in-the-face-attention-getter.” What a way to embellish the article that f...
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Groups plan bicycle rodeo, 'parade,' community picnic
VAN BUREN, Maine - The Van Buren Recreation Committee, Chamber of Commerce and Power of Prevention will host a month of harvest activities to coincide with the end of school harvest break. A bicycl...
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Kittens and puppies and a toddler, oh my
In the past couple of weeks, my house has gone from a sea of tranquility to a virtual zoo. It has been interesting, and welcome. At the end of this summer, one of my daughters moved back home with ...
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Obituary: ROLAND I. OUELLETTE, 1929 - 2014
GRAND ISLE, Maine - Roland I. Ouellette entered into rest in Sun City Center Fla., Oct. 8, 2014. He was born Aug. 17, 1929 in Lille - Grand Isle, a son of Isidore and Elise Ouellette. He is survive...
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Rene Valcourt injured in early morning collision
WALLAGRASS, Maine – A Fort Kent man was injured after his pickup collided with a utility pole early Tuesday morning on Maine Route 11. Rene Valcourt was airlifted via LifeFlight of Maine to Eastern...
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‘Superheroes’ 5K raises $900 for autism awareness
MADAWASKA, Maine - The Superheroes Unite for Autism 5K Run / Walk, organized by the Heather & Liam Connection, drew about 50 participants and raised approximately $900 for the nonprofit’s support o...
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POLICE BLOTTER: Madawaska
ST. JOHN VALLEY, Maine - The following is a partial listing of the Madawaska Police blotter. (The Fort Kent Police blotter appears in print in the Oct. 15 edition of the St. John Valley Times.) THU...
Oct 14, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend
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$168 from book sales donated to Ending Hunger
ST. JOHN VALLEY, Maine - Photographer Paul Cyr, left, and Dottie Hutchins, editor of “Acadian Roots,” donated $168 on Oct. 7 to the NorState Federal Credit Union’s Ending Hunger Campaign. The funds...
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Sirois speaks at NMMC Guild’s first meeting of season
FORT KENT, Maine - Northern Maine Medical Center CEO Peter Sirois spoke to the NMMC Guild during its first business meeting of the year on Sept. 30. Guild members discussed the benefits of an outdo...
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