It’s typically easy to pick out who the custodian is when you walk into a school. He or she is the one with the walkie talkie and the set of noisy keys. But Madawaska’s Gerald Chasse will be remembered for far more than that. He’s been the heart and soul of the middle/high school for […]
This food will soon be helping to feed children and families in need. Limestone Community School has just opened a new Pantry program. “We’ve partnered as a school with Good Shepard Food Bank, in conjunction with Hannaford and Catholic Charities to provide a school food pantry for our students, parents, and families,” said Limestone Counselor […]
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) -Two American Indian tribes are pulling their representatives from the Maine Legislature in protest over their treatment by the state. Wayne Mitchell, of Penobscot Nation, and Matthew Dana, of the Passamaquoddy Tribe, said Tuesday that they will no longer serve in the Maine House of Representatives. Tribal representatives are not allowed to […]
Originally named Declaration Day, Americans remember the lives of those who have died serving the country’s armed forces on Memorial Day. You can never thank a veteran enough. “It’s great, feels great to see everybody around coming out for this and telling us thanks. It means a lot to all the veterans,” said Michael London […]
The Ashland baseball team is off to it’s best start since 2009. Over the last few years the Hornets have struggled on the diamond, but this year they are off to a 6-2 start and looking to get back into the post season. Cote:” This year I have a good group of Seniors. I have […]
It is one of the most rewarding days of the year. The annual Special Olympic Spring Games were held today at the Gehrig Johnson Athletic Complex in Presque Isle. It’s one of the largest events held at the John Complex each year. The spring Games bring together over 200 athletes, parents, coaches, and volunteers for […]
Local Sports Action from 05.14.2015.
The Aroostook League held it’s first meeting since the Maine Principals Association made the change to five classes in basketball. The League basketball scheduling committee will be meeting next week to work on next years schedule. Guerrette:” We have a schedule comittee and we will sit down and lay out which teams each school in […]
Men with enlarged prostate issues now have a noninvasive surgical procedure that can help. Its being done right here in the county via Pines Health Services. Its this week’s Medical Monday with Shawn Cunningham. Courtesy: YOUTUBE A number of county men have enlarged prostate issues says Dr. Natania Piper, the Chief Urologist at Pines Health […]
Presque Isle, Me – This weekend in Presque Isle, County Physical Therapy had a presentation on spinal and neck injuries. The talk included presentations from Lee Thibodeau, a neurosurgeon from Maine Spine Surgery in Portland, it also included TAMC radiologist Alan Mautz. Both presented to local professionals and students who were continuing their education. The presentations talked […]
A new dental office has opened up in Aroostook County giving more people access to care.Its this week’s Medical Monday with Shawn Cunningham. Presque Isle A new dentistry practice is FILLING a growing need for access to care in Aroostook County. Many patients who’ve been put on a waiting list at other dental offices could […]
Shawn Cunningham has been examining the dangers of smoking and looking at local resources that help smokers commit to quit. Tonight in the final report of the series, we look at the impact of second and third hand smoke as well as the importance of getting treatment to finally kick the habit. YOUTUBE Healthcare practitioners […]
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The sun was shining in Presque Isle as folks gathered for the Memorial Day Parade. The parade was lead by the Presque Isle Fire Department. Lots of red, white and blue, and some patriotic tunes from the Presque Isle High School Marching Band. A ceremony was held at the Veterans Memorial Park following the parade. “We remember those […]