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UMaine Football Aims to Break Flannel World Record

  ORONO, Maine (AP) – The University of Maine is calling on football fans to don their finest flannel apparel this weekend to break a world record. At Saturday’s game against the University of New Hampshire, the UMaine Black Bears are hoping to break the Guinness world record for the most people wearing plaid or […]

Caribou Community and Surviving Family Members Still Grieving After Fatal Fire

Certainly a shocking revelation to an already devastating story. The answer to what happened still doesn’t relieve a community feeling so much pain and grief. Shawn Cunningham joins us now with more on this developing story. Dick, the community of Caribou is heartsick over the loss of Norma Skidgel and her three children, twins Mason […]

Community members sending Christmas love to children through Operation Christmas Child

“Every single one of those boxes that goes out has the ability to change a life,” said volunteer Michael Sullivan. A simple gift…with the ability to do so much. Aroostook County residents are sending their Christmas love to children all over the world. “These are children that have never had a Christmas gift, they don’t […]

Main Street Mania in Presque Isle

Friday night the 15th annual Main Street Mania event took place in Presque Isle. The event started at 6 o’clock- it’s a shopoholics paradise; local stores like Merchants on the Corner, Wilder’s Jewelry, Mojo and many more are offering great deals but it’s for just tonight only– so you better check them out while you still […]


Currier Leaves for World Cup Events

Russell Currier of Stockholm is on his way to Europe for early December World Cup Biathlon events. Currier was selected to the USBA team earlier this year and his first stop will in Sweden.   Currier:: I am always looking forward to the races, but it’s been a good year for training. Everything is making […]

Rene’s NFL Quick Picks

The New England Patriots are one of the hottest teams in the NFL. This week they take on the Detroit Lions. Here’s Rene Cloukey with his NFL Quick Picks.   It’s time for the NFL Quck Picks each week a different person from the area picks against me in selected games. Jake Berent filled in […]

AVCC Gets Greens Ready for Winter

  The golf season is over for another year. This week Aroostook Valley Country Club finally put their greens to bed for the winter. Thanks for volunteers they were able to cover all 18 greens. General Manager Stephen Leitch says he wasn’t sure if they going to be able to get the job finished because […]

New Trail in Fort Kent

The 10th Mountain Center in Fort Kent has been going through some changes both in the name and in the addition of a new trail. The new name of the organization is the Fort Kent Outdoors Center which will reflect the many uses for the lodge and the 25 kilometer of multi use trails. Over […]

Your Health

Medical Monday 9.22.14: Celiac Disease

Large numbers of people are being diagnosed with celiac disease. It’s an allergic reaction to foods that contain GLUTEN. In this week’s Medical Monday, Shawn Cunningham examines the disease and how more food companies are working to accomodate people who have it. Presque Isle Many grocery stores like Graves Shop and Save in Presque Isle […]

Medical Monday 8.25.2014: National Immunization Awareness Month

Each August, the value of immunizations is highlighted through National Immunization Awareness month. In this weeks Medical Monday, Angela Christoforos talked to local healthcare professionals to find out why they are so important… Pines Health Supervisor Patti Dorman said, “It takes a second, and it protects you and it protects your family and your friends you’re doing […]

Medical Monday 8.11.14: Arthroplasty Surgery Helping Patients With Hand Arthritis

Each year, orthopedic surgeons perform thousands of joint replacement surgeries in the U.S. The more common of these procedures are hip and knee replacements. But for some patients with hand arthritis, joint replacement surgery may be necessary. Shawn Cunningham takes a look at how the procedure is being done at one county hospital in this […]

Medical Monday 8.4.14: Ebola Causing Global Distress

The World Health Organization reports the death toll continues to rise in Western Africa from the ebola virus. More than 800 people have died in the past week in parts of Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. Two American aid workers have contracted the disease. One was flown back to the states for treatment. That […]

Angie's List

Angie’s List- Does My Pet Need a Health Plan?

Most pet owners will do anything for their furry friends, but when animals get injured or sick the price tag can be overwhelming.That’s why more Americans are now turning to wellness plans or health insurance for their pets. In today’s Angie’s List report, sorting through the confusion of these pet protection policies. Pet Owner Kelly Lormore […]

5 Red Flags When Picking a Locksmith

It’s late at night. You’ve locked yourself out of your home or car and you’re starting to panic. You call the first locksmith you find online or in the phone book. That’s when your night could go from bad to worse In today’s Angie’s List report, five red flags when picking a locksmith. Caution is […]

Angie’s List- Is Your Oven Ready for the Holiday Rush?

Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and you may be preparing your home for family and friends. You’re cleaning and decorating and going over grocery lists and meal plans. But don’t overlook one very important element that could cause a Turkey Day disaster. In today’s Angie’s List report, is your oven ready for the holiday rush? Appliance […]

Angie’s List- Preventing Lead Poisoning

When you know what to look for and take the proper precautions, lead poisoning is 100 percent preventable. Unfortunately, thousands of kids are still getting sick. In observance of National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, we’ve partnered with Angie’s List to reinforce the importance of testing your children and your home and working with qualified contractors. […]

Open Kitchen

Open Kitchen for Nov. 13

OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT       Lentil and Squash Salad   Ingredients       Serves 4     1 medium butternut squash, peeled, seeded, and cut into 1-inch cubes     1 tablespoon olive oil       Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper     ¼ pound thick-cut bacon, chopped […]

Open Kitchen – Nov. 6

OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT   Blueberry and Sausage Strata Ingredients   Serves 4 to 6     Unsalted butter, for greasing     ½ pound breakfast sausage, cut into bite-sized pieces     8 large eggs, lightly beaten     1 cup milk     ½ cup pure maple syrup, plus more for garnish […]

Open Kitchen 10/30/14

    OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT   Pumpkin Whoopie Pies Ingredients   Makes about 1 dozen   1 cup light brown sugar, firmly packed     ½ cup vegetable shortening     1 can (15-ounces) prepared pumpkin     1 large egg, lightly beaten     2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract     2 […]

Open Kitchen

OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT       Spaetzle with Mushroom Sauce   Ingredients       Serves 4     4 large eggs, lightly beaten     2 tablespoons milk     1¼ cups all-purpose flour       Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper     Pinch ground nutmeg     ¼ […]


FitSource 11.21.2014

Today, Aaron Marston joins us in the studio.

FitSource 11.14.2014

Today, we are joined by Adam Simoes.

FitSource 11.07.2014

We are joined by Keli Marston today.

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Bangor Man Gets 7 ½ Years For Drug Charges

| November 21, 2014

BANGOR, Maine (AP) – A Bangor man has been sentenced to seven and a half years in prison for distributing the synthetic drug known as bath salts. U.S. Attorney Thomas Delahanty said that 36-year-old Adam Hathorn was sentenced to 90 months in prison and three years of supervised release on Thursday. Prosecutors say that Hathorn […]

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Vacant Wellington School Building: Part 2

| November 20, 2014

Wellington School in Monticello has been vacant since its closure in June. The upkeep of the empty building is costing the town thousands. A group of citizens has now started a petition that could solve the problem. With the closure of Wellington School, elementary students in Monticello are now bussed to other district schools in […]

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Caribou Residents Devastated After Fatal Fire

| November 20, 2014

“Life…it’s just gone,” said Janet McGuinness of Limestone. Caribou area residents are shocked and grief stricken after their city’s most tragic fire in recent years. “Sad and devastated..nobody wants to see this happen,” said Milo Haney. A mother and her three young children died inside this mobile home on Thursday morning according to the State […]

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