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Kaci Hickox Wins Court Fight…Quarantine Lifted…Hickox Free To Move About Community

Our top story tonight…Kaci Hickox wins her battle against the State of Maine and a home quarantine is lifted. Shawn Cunningham has been following this story and joins us now with this new development… Dick, Kelly…Kaci Hickox is free to go out and about in public. She can go grocery shopping, see a movie, eat […]

New Court Order Just Released in Kaci Hickox Case

FORT KENT, ME:A new order has just been released in the case of Kaci Hickox.  After a hearing held this morning, Kaci Hickox is now required only to comply with Direct Active Monitoring, coordinating her travel with public health authorities and immediately notifying public health authorities and follow their directions if any symptoms occur.   […]

State of Maine Document Reports Kaci Hickox’s Roommate in Africa Developed Ebola

Sheila Pinette of the Maine CDC has released information that the roommate of Kaci Hickox, while in West Africa has displayed signs of ebola.  Pinette says “The respondents roommate in Africa became infected without knowing how she became infected with Ebola. (Any potential risk to respondent from that incident has passed).”  This is one of 35 […]

Halloween Safety

Join us and our special guest for Halloween safety tips.

Sports

Rene’s Quick Picks

all eyes will be on Foxboro on Sunday when the New England Patriots Host Denver. Rene Cloukey gives us his pick for the game on this weeks Quick Picks   Its time for the NFL quick picks. Each week a different person from the area picks against me. last week Dick Gardiner the Director of […]

PVC All Academic Team

The Penobscot Valley Conference is recognizing Student Athletes for their work in the classroom and on the soccer fields. Penobscot Valley Conference All Academic Team-Soccer   Girls Team Orono:Diana Tyutyunnyk, Allison Gonyar, Wunderly Rote, Caribou:Morgan Outing, Brianna Judd, Sarah Doak, Emma Jandreau, Old Town: Grace Braley, Brittany Cousins, Laren Martin,Rachel Martin, Karah Hussey, Blake Neal, […]

PVC All Stars

The Penobscot Valley Conference has named the PVC All Stars. PVC All Conference Class B – Girls   First Team: Jillian Flynn, Jordi Legassie (PI), Claire Peterson, Morgan Buck, Brianna Saulter (Hermon), Opal Curless, Paige Mason (MDI), Bria Judd, Sarah Doak (Caribou), Rachel Martin (Old Town), Maegan True (John Bapst)   Second Team: Anna Zmistowski, […]

Semi-final Soccer Schedule

Boys Friday SAHS at Bangor Christian 1 pm Orono at Fort Kent 2 pm Saturday Fort Fairfield at Ashland 3 pm   Girls Friday Easton at PVHS  1 pm (will be played on the turf field in Hampden) Fort Kent at Orono 2:15 pm Stevens at Houlton 5 pm Saturday Fort Fairfield at Ashland 1 […]

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- 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. […]

Angie’s List- Lifting the Door on Garage Door Upsells

Most people give little thought to their garage door, until they’re late for work and it won’t go up. After a frantic call to the repair pro, the problem is fixed, but then the contractor tries to sell you additional products or services. In today’s Angie’s List report, three common garage door repairs and potential […]

Angie’s List- Are You Living in a Former Meth House?

Sick kids. Thousands of dollars in cleanup costs. A house you may be forced to abandon. That’s the horrifying reality for thousands of Americans who unwittingly buy homes or rent apartments contaminated with toxic meth residue. In today’s Angie’s List report, how to uncover your home’s history before moving in. Homeowner Jennifer Nugent said, “I feel […]

Open Kitchen

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 […]

Open Kitchen Oct. 2,2014

OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT   Cinnamon-Raisin Bread Ingredients   Makes 1 loaf   1 packet (¼ ounce) active dry yeast     1 cup, plus 2 tablespoons, milk, warm (105°F – 110°F)     ¼ cup granulated sugar     3 cups all-purpose flour, plus more for dusting     3 tablespoons unsalted butter, […]

Open Kitchen Sept. 25

  OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT   Meatball Subs Ingredients   Serves 4   1 pound ground beef chuck     ½ pound sweet Italian sausage, casings removed     1 large egg, lightly beaten     2 tablespoons yellow onion, peeled and finely chopped, plus 1 medium yellow onion, peeled and sliced     […]

FitSource

FitSource Halloween Edition

Join Us For A Special Halloween Edition.

FitSource 10.24.2014

Today, we are joined by Katie Buob.

FitSource 10.17.2014

Today, we are joined by Loren Gordon, Owner of Caribou School of Martial Arts.

FitSource 10.10.2014

Today, Angela and April will be showing us their workout routine.

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Question 1: Explained

| October 31, 2014

Do you want to ban the use of bait, dogs, or traps in bear hunting except to protect property, public safety, or for research? That’s the question Mainers will be answering at the polls on Tuesday. A YES vote would mean trapping, baiting, and hounding will be used ONLY for a dangerous bear or a […]

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Health Care Professionals Back Quarantined Nurse

| October 31, 2014

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – A group of Maine health professionals is criticizing the state’s protocols for health care professionals who’ve treated Ebola patients. The group wrote in a letter Thursday that health officials have 40 years of experience with Ebola and should base health care decisions on established science. They say the science backs up […]

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Matt Toussaint Prepares For State Cross Country Championships

| October 30, 2014

Fort Kent’s Matt Toussaint picked up his second straight Regional Cross Country Title last Saturday. Toussaint was very pleased with his performance.   Toussaint:” I was happy to get it again. That was my goal to get it two years in a row. I was happy with that it was a fun race, The competition […]

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