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Thursday’s weather won’t damper the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

NEW YORK (AP) – Turkey, stuffing and a helium-filled Thomas the Tank Engine are on the menu as friends and families gather across the United States to celebrate Thanksgiving. A wintry mix of snow and rain Wednesday hampered some holiday travel plans, grounding hundreds of flights and making for treacherous driving conditions in much of the […]

The Polar Vortex…Not a New Phenomenon

Now I’m sure you’ve heard this term…POLAR VORTEX. So apparently we’re dealing with the “return of the polar vortex,” but what most people don’t understand is, it’s nothing new. “The average person who isn’t a scientist, that isn’t a meteorologist, that get their information from the newscast thinks that the polar vortex is something brand […]

More Than 83,000 Without Power in Maine Thanksgiving Snow Storm

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – More than 83,000 Maine homes and businesses are in the dark as snow continues to fall across the state. Central Maine Power is reporting that 79,000 customers are without power late Wednesday. Nearly 50,000 of the outages are in York and Cumberland counties. Other counties experiencing large numbers of outages include […]

Donating through Grief: Amy Anderson’s Story

Amy Anderson was ecstatic four years ago in July…when she found out her three-year-old would have a little brother. Her baby would be born the next March, and she would call him Bryson. Tragicall,y twenty weeks into the pregnancy, she lost him. “They put it to the belly and then…I don’t even think I said […]

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Kimika Forbes Prepares for World Cup Qualifier

Former University of Maine Fort Kent goalie Kimika Forbes will be back on the soccer spotlight on Tuesday when Trinidad and Tobago takes on Ecuador in the final World Cup Qualifying Match. Forbes has received a lot of attention over the last month for her play against the United States and other teams in World […]

UMFK Men’s Basketball Season Preview

The University of Maine Fort Kent Bengals are certainly looking to improve on last year’s 7-19 record. With a new head coach and a lot of new faces, they’ve got quite a few obstacles ahead. “Last year’s team struggled a little bit, we’re trying to change the culture a little bit,” said head coach Tom […]

Cold Weather Running Tips

Running during the winter poses many challenges. Even Graves and PJ Gorneault run all winter long. The two runners have had a lot of success in middle and long distance races over the years and they have some helpful hints for people who are looking to log some miles over the winter.   Graves:” There […]

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 […]

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- Benefits of a Backyard Fire Feature

The colder weather doesn’t have to mean an end to your outdoor entertaining. In today’s Angie’s List report, the benefits of a backyard fire feature. Landscaping Expert Randy Sorrel said, “Fire pits are absolutely not a fad. It is a lifestyle.” Landscaping expert Randy Sorrel says fire pits are a hot choice for outdoor home design, helping […]

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 […]

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

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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| November 26, 2014

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Maine Utility Companies Prepare for Snow Storm

| November 26, 2014

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – Maine’s utility companies say they’re ready to respond to possible outages with heavy snow expected to fall across the state. Central Maine Power officials said that they have been holding pre-storm planning sessions and going over their storm-response plans. Spokeswoman Gail Rice says the storm could cause snow to build up […]

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After devastating fire, owners of RF Chamberland thankful for community support

| November 25, 2014

“It’s quite a feeling when you wake up in the middle of the night with your pager and you see a ball of flames rolling out of your garage that has built your business to what it is today,” said Mark Chamberland, president of RF Chamberland Inc. He and his brother Dale are emotional, but determined. […]

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