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Jury Selection Expected to Wrap Up Soon in Trial of Two Men Accused of Killing Three Maine Residents

| April 30, 2014

  BANGOR, Maine (AP) – It looks like a jury will soon be selected in the trial of two men accused of killing three Maine residents in Bangor. A spokesman for the Maine attorney general said a jury could be selected by the end of Wednesday in the trial of 36-year-old Randall Daluz and 33-year-old Nicholas […]

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Medical Monday 4.28.14: Teen Launched Run/Walk To Promote Depression Awareness

| April 30, 2014

A young woman is leading the way in her community of Fort Kent, promoting physical fitness as a proactive way to combat depression and teen suicide. As Shawn Cunningham reports in this week’s Medical Monday, momentum is building for a walk and run that will put mental health issues in a NEON SPOTLIGHT. After a […]

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NewsSource 8 The Morning Edition 04/30/2013

| April 30, 2014

This week’s severe weather in the Southwest, Midwest and Southeast has resulted in 35 deaths and many more injuries and millions of dollars in damage- and it doesn’t appear to be over yet. We’ll have the latest. And we’ll tell you in what categories the state of Maine is ranking high in. Plus, a bill that […]

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Two Sections of Community General Hospital in Fort Fairfield Planned to Be Demolished…TAMC Health Clinic Will Remain Open

| April 30, 2014

A clinic will remain open in Fort Fairfield. The landmark Community General Hospital which houses the TAMC health clinic will stay open to serve patients, however officials have decided to tear down TWO LARGE unutilized parts of the building. Officials say the decision came down to one thing…keeping a healthcare presence in Fort Fairfield that’s cost […]

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Keeping the Spirit of ’45 Alive

| April 30, 2014

“When everyone came together to rebuild and to unite and to get everything. There was such a spirit in the air and with the people that we do not have now,” says Bonnie O’Neill of Spirit of ’45. O’Neill is talking about the time after August 14, 1945 when President Truman announced the end of […]

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