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La Maison Acadienne wins first place in CMA decorating contest
MADAWASKA, Maine - La Maison Acadienne was named the winner in the Residential category of Congrès mondial acadien 2014 / 2014 World Acadian Congress Decorating Contest for the Madawaska area, acco...
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Care & Comfort employees give $900 to Hope & Justice Project
FORT KENT, Maine – Care & Comfort and employees of its Presque Isle branch chose the Fort Kent-based Hope & Justice Project to receive its semi-annual Jean Fund gift. Care & Comfort employees prese...
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Local health professionals speak at CMA conference
FORT KENT, Maine - The nursing department of the Universite de Moncton, campus d’Edmundston, in partnership with the nursing faculty of the University of Maine at Fort Kent and the Nursing Departme...
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Theriault to start last NASCAR race of season on Saturday with 'Maine Car'
FORT KENT, Maine - Austin Theriault’s team unveiled a new partnership and a new racecar on Sept. 12 when Theriault, Maine Gov. Paul LePage and local banking and business executives revealed the “Ma...
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Maine Arts Commission plans 'community conversation' with St. John Valley residents
FRENCHVILLE, Maine - The Maine Arts Commission will convene a “community conversation” with St. John Valley residents to hear what they think about local arts and cultural offerings and what they w...
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Maine Maritime women's soccer falls to UMFK
FORT KENT, Maine – Maine Maritime Academy’s women’s soccer team fell to the University of Fort Kent 1-0 on a rainy Thursday afternoon, Sept. 11, at Ritchie Field in Castine. The Bengals attempted n...
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Collection of banned and unusable pesticides set for October in Presque Isle
AROOSTOOK COUNTY, Maine - This October, the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry’s Board of Pesticides Control will team up with the Maine Department of Environmental Protecti...
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John T. Gorman Foundation awards grants to three Aroostook organizations
AROOSTOOK COUNTY, Maine - The John T. Gorman Foundation is awarding a total of $960,650 to nonprofit organizations in Maine to provide low-income residents with food, clothing, heating assistance, ...
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Obituary: LOUNIA (DUBE) SAUCIER, 1918 – 2014
FORT KENT, Maine - Lounia (Dube) Saucier, 95, died peacefully on Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014, at a Fort Kent health care facility. She was born Dec. 3, 1918 in Eagle Lake, the daughter of Charles and...
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Obituary: JUANITA RAYMOND, 1920 - 2014
MADAWASKA, Maine - Juanita Raymond, 94, passed away on Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014, at a Fort Kent health care facility. She was born on April 16, 1920 in Frenchville, daughter of the late Joseph and Ma...
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Local man charged with terrorizing after 'bomb scare' at school
UPDATE: Monday, Sept. 15: Madawaska Police have charged Michael Morneault, 18, with "terrorizing," a Class C felony, and "false public alarm," a Class A misdemeanor, according to Police Chief Carro...
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DON'S DESK: A last taste of summer: Jimmies or sprinkles?
The other day I was with my daughter at a local ice cream shop. The weather was still summer-like and it was a nice night for a sweet treat. She got her usual soft serve in a cup and I got mine in ...
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LETTER: Will we have to pay interest?
To the Editor, If the voters in Madawaska keep turning down the school budget, does that mean that the town will have to take on the added burden of paying tax anticipation loan interest to keep se...
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Michaud announces nearly $3 million for Northern Maine Regional Airport
PRESQUE ISLE, Maine – U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud, D-Maine, announced this morning, Sept. 11, that the Federal Aviation Administration will invest nearly $3 million in the Northern Maine Regional Airpor...
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King backs legislation to reauthorize Export-Import Bank
AROOSTOOK COUNTY, Maine – After visiting Maine businesses that rely on the financial backing provided by the Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank), U.S. Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, ann...
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