AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – Maine lawmakers are quickly wrapping up their short legislative session filled with partisan battles over welfare and Medicaid expansion. The Legislature is spending Thursday voting on the last pieces of legislation on their agenda for the session. They’re expected to finish their work this week and then return in early May […]
Bangor, Maine: United States Attorney Thomas E. Delahanty II announced that Brittany A. Mace, 24, of Stockton Springs, was sentenced Thursday in U.S. District Court in Bangor to eight months of imprisonment for bank embezzlement. The court directed that seven months of the sentence be satisfied by home detention, imposed five years of supervised release […]
BELFAST, Maine (AP) – A Winterport man has been sentenced to nine months in jail for sexually abusing a child. David Hyatt was sentenced this week in Waldo County Superior Court to serve nine months of a six-year sentence and 12 years of probation. The 74-year-old Hyatt pleaded guilty last week to unlawful sexual contact […]
LEWISTON, Maine (AP) – A 10th-grader in Maine has been suspended for 10 days for having a bright yellow squirt gun. The Sun Journal says the teen was suspended in accordance with Lewiston High School policy after the toy fell out of his backpack. The student wasn’t identified. School Superintendent Bill Webster tells the […]
Several local runners will be competing in the Boston marathon next monday. David Goodrich and Chris Rines of Houlton and Kimberley Wright of Mapleton will all be entered in the event for the first time. Goodrich:” I’m excited nervous I considered it privelage when my friend called and asked if I wanted to run. […]
A St John Valley youngster had the thrill of a lifetime on Saturday at TD Garden. 11 year old Aidan Sirois of Fort Kent and a sixth grader at the Madawaska Elementary School was selected to take the ice and receive a jersey off a players back. Aidan Sirois is all smiles as he […]
ORONO, Maine (AP) – The University of Maine says it is buying out the contract of its longtime men’s basketball coach and looking for a replacement. President Paul Ferguson says the university decided to replace Head Coach Ted Woodward after evaluating the program over several weeks. Woodard will be paid $113,800 over 13 months […]
The Caribou track team enjoying the nice weather. Members of the team able to get in some workouts on the track thanks to the efforts of volunteers who cleared the track and the tennis courts of snow three times over the last two months. Alden:” We finally got to get out here. We are […]
A local healthcare site is getting some national recognition for their efforts in treating breast cancer patients. Its this week’s Medical Monday with Shawn Cunningham. Its been a year since opening, and already Cary Medical’s Women’s Imaging Center has gotten notice and an accolade not only from patients, but the national healthcare community. The site […]
The healthcare industry is becoming more diversified. New positions are being created in a field that’s continually evolving, all with one goal in mind. Dolling out the best qualitative care to patients. But healthcare practitioners say what’s needed even more are bright young minds willing to commit themselves to healthcare careers. That’s where a unique, […]
One of the most overlooked preventative health measure IS getting a routine eye exam. It’s a health checkup that can provide your doctor with the information to help you have clear vision and diagnose potential eye problems early on. Shawn Cunningham takes a look in this week’s Medical Monday. Its important to have an annual […]
More than a million incidents of traumatic brain injury occur in the U.S. every year. Brain injuries are quite common, and if left untreated unfortunately can be quite DEADLY. One Fort Kent man has survived a traumatic brain injury and is sharing his story in hopes of spreading awareness. Its this week’s Medical Monday with […]
Dishwashers are supposed to make life easier, but in kitchens across the country, they’re a point of frustration. Many households fight over how to properly load them. Should you pre-rinse the dishes or not? Should you put bowls on the top or bottom? In this week’s Angie’s List report, we unveil the four secrets to […]
The dress, cake, flowers, and invitations… When you add it all up – including the honeymoon, the average wedding costs almost $30,000! In today’s Angie’s List report, how to pull off your big day without breaking the bank. Brian Blume and Jill Zook will walk down the aisle and say ‘I do’ this November. Brian […]
Families are dreaming of spring break getaways. You’ve spent a lot of time planning your perfect vacation – from booking the hotel to researching restaurants. But there’s one thing you may have overlooked. In this week’s Angie’s List report, how to save money on your car rental. Megan McCain and her family are flying to […]
Most folks know when you’re buying a home it’s a good idea to get a home inspection. But were you also aware of the importance of taking a final walk-through before closing? In this week’s Angie’s List report, how both can benefit you, the buyer. Bob Hintze/Home Inspector: “A lot of the decision to buy […]
OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT Cornmeal Pound Cake with Strawberries Garnished with fresh strawberries and lots of whipped cream, this is a delicious dessert that you can make any night of the week. Ingredients Makes one 9-inch cake 1½ cups all-purpose flour 1 cup granulated sugar, plus more for the strawberries […]
OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT Orange and Almond-Stuffed French Toast Filled with a delicious orange and almond-flavored cream cheese stuffing, this French toast is sure to become a family favorite. Ingredients Serves 4 8 ounces cream cheese, softened 3 tablespoons confectioners’ sugar, plus more for garnish 2 Navel oranges, […]
OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT Double Fudge Chocolate Cake Ingredients Makes one 9-inch cake 3 cups all-purpose flour 3 cups granulated sugar ½ cup cocoa powder, sifted 2 teaspoons baking soda Kosher salt 1 cup vegetable shortening 3 cups milk […]
OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT Pad Thai Whether served mild or spicy, Pad Thai is a simple and healthy meal that everyone is sure to enjoy. Ingredients Serves 4 8 ounces dried flat rice noodles 2 tablespoons soy sauce 2 tablespoons lime juice, freshly squeezed, plus lime wedges, for […]
Our guest today is Kelly Marston. She’s a trainer and fitness instructor at the University of Maine at Presque Isle, and she is here today to show us some lower back exercises.
Today we have Katie Buob from Live Well United in Presque Isle, and she’s showing us some upper back and shoulder therapy using a wall.
Our guest today is Adam Simoes from County Physical Therapy in Presque Isle, and he will be showing us the benefits of doing exercises with chairs.
Our guest this week is Kate Hanes. She’s a trainer and nutritionist, and it looks like we’re focusing on nutrition today and will be showing us how to make a homemade protein shake.
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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – A former Maine State Police chief has pleaded not guilty to charges that he sexually assaulted a 4-year-old relative. A lawyer for Andrew Demers Jr. entered the not guilty pleas to charges of unlawful sexual contact and gross sexual assault in Cumberland County Court on Wednesday. The 73-year-old Demers, of New […]
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) -At a time when faculty and programs are being cut, a top University of Maine System administrator’s $40,000 raise is being questioned. Rebecca Wyke, vice chancellor for finance and administration for the seven-campus system, had her pay bumped in January to $205,000, from $165,000. The entire system is facing a $36 million […]
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – Maine is now facing more than $7 million in federal fines, that’s according to Gov. Paul LePage. The fines are because Maine isn’t meeting work participation requirements for welfare recipients. Thursday, LePage said Maine needed an overall work participation rate of 47.5 percent and 87.5 percent for two-parent families in the Temporary […]