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School Holds Academic Fair

| March 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Well, diesel mechanics and animals shelters are two topics that may not have a lot in common.  But, as NewsSource 8’s Kelly O’Mara explains, there are some experts on the topics at the Central Aroostook Junior/Senior High, thanks to a new unit at the school.

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Severe Flooding Subsides but Questions Remain

| March 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

While the flooding in Perth-Andover has subsided, questions remain- as what people can do to get back on their feet. Government and relief agencies hosted a meeting on Thursday night in Perth-Andover, NB to answer some of those questions. News Source 8 reporter Gina DiPietro has more.

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Inn Of Acadia

| March 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

More tourism…its what every community is hoping for. And in Madawaska one entrepreneur is turning something old into something new to help. As News source 8’s Randi Nissenbaum explains, it’s building with a rich history that’ll soon be transformed into a modern inn.

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The Nature of Logging, Part 3

| March 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

In the first of a monthly series we’ve launched called “NewsSource Focus,” we’ve been giving you a glimpse into the world of wood products. In the final part of his series, “The Nature of Logging, Dick Palm looks at how big an impact it has on the County economy.

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Early Wildlife Activity May Lead to Problems This Summer

| March 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

The summer-like temperatures of last week may have left, but they stuck around just long enough to wake up the County’s wildlife from hibernation and they are waking up hungry.  As Kelly O’Mara explains, it’s important to practice good habits now to prevent big problems over the summer.

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