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Martin petitions PUC in Emera Maine case
EAGLE LAKE, Maine - Former longtime legislator and current candidate for Maine House District 151, John Martin, filed a "petition to intervene" Monday, Oct. 27, with the state's Public Utilities Co...
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Fort Kent councilors approve wastewater abatement and new firefighting gear
FORT KENT, Maine - Council members voted Monday evening, Oct. 27, to approve $1,028 of a requested $2,085 water and wastewater abatement request from John Robichaud, according to Town Manager Donal...
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Stockholm man sentenced to 22 years on child pornography charges
STOCKHOLM, Maine - Benjamin A. Rossignol, 22, of Stockholm, was sentenced Monday, Oct. 27, in U.S. District Court to 22 years in prison, to be followed by 20 years of supervised release for possess...
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Fort Kent boys and girls hosting quarterfinals
FORT KENT, Maine - The Fort Kent Community High School boys' and girls' soccer teams are hostig Maine Principals’ Association Eastern Maine Class C State Quarterfinal games today, Oct. 28, and Wedn...
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Mill man enjoying retirement
FRENCHVILLE, Maine - When Bob Marquis of Frenchville started working at Twin Rivers, the monitoring of paper machines, now done with computer screens, was captured on paper rolls. "Just like the ma...
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Medical centers to offer free flu shots
ST. JOHN VALLEY, Maine – Cary Medical Center and Pines Health Services are offering free seasonal flu shot clinics. Clinics in the St. John Valley are planned for 4:30-6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, at ...
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Obituary: BENTON VAUGHN STURGEON, 1927 – 2014
BATH, Maine and ST. JOHN PLANTATION, Maine - Benton Vaughn Sturgeon, 87, of Bath, died Oct. 22, 2014 at a medical center after several years of declining health. Born on Oct. 7, 1927, he was one of...
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Obituary: EUCLIDE SOUCY, 1917 - 2014
GRAND ISLE, Maine - Euclide Soucy, 97, died peacefully on Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, at a Van Buren health care facility. He was born on May 24, 1917, in Grand Isle, the son of Patrick and Suzanne (Lav...
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UMFK, Gov.'s Office, Maine CDC prepare for return of healthcare worker from West Africa
UPDATE: 5:10 p.m.: The University of Maine at Fort Kent has a "response team" in place to track developments and coordinate among local and public health officials, and communities in the St. John ...
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Valley Mustangs defeat Caribou Huskies 35-0, advance to championship game
MADAWASKA, Maine - The Valley Mustangs shut out the Caribou Huskies 35-0 in a playoff game at the Multi-Purpose Field on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 25. The Huskies turned the ball over three times as...
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Madawaska Owl girls defeat Sumner Tigers 10-0 in prelim match
MADAWASKA, Maine - The Madawaska Lady Owls shut out the Sumner Tigers 10-0 at the Elementary School field on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 25. From the start, it was all Madawaska as the Cote sisters sc...
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Madawaska Owl boys fall to PCHS 1-0 in prelim match
MADAWASKA, Maine - The Madawaska Owls hosted the Piscataquis Boys soccer team on a cold rainy afternoon, Friday, Oct. 24, at the elementary school. Due to poor field conditions, the game was moved ...
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New Jersey hospital discharges nurse Kaci Hickox
FORT KENT, Maine - A woman with connections to Fort Kent was discharged Monday, Oct. 27, from a New Jersey hospital where she had been kept in quarantine since her return from Sierra Leone on Frida...
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Old Fort Kent international bridge now one-fourth gone
FORT KENT, Maine - Cranes with Reed & Reed continued work this week on dismantling the international bridge over the St. John River. Workers have removed approximately one quarter of the 84-year-ol...
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50 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
ST. JOHN VALLEY, Maine - Fifty years ago this week, in its Oct. 22, 1964 edition, the St. John Valley Times contained the following front-page headlines: • Industrial agent tells why Madawaska need...
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