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Matter Of Law 08.20.2014

Blueberry Season is Here!

They’re big, blue and ready to be eaten. It’s blueberry season and it’s in full swing! “It’s been a fair season. Been a little bit dry. Been doing some irrigating, but overall it’s going to be an average crop. We’re not going to make a million dollars, but we’ll be able to pay our bills, […]

Local Mini Golf Course is Expanding

There’s something new to do in Aroostook County. We don’t know if it’s the only place to do it, but it sure is hard to find another place other than Goughan’s Berry Farm to play mini-golf. “I brought my grandchildren and my daughter and we’re having a full day of mini golf,” says mini golfer, George […]

CMA Organizers Happy With Event so Far, Businesses Seeing Boost

When Patricia Boucher arrived at her store Friday morning, there was a line of people waiting to get in- almost two hours before it opened. “When we locked the door at 8:30 Friday night, the store was still full of people,” she said. It’s the same story for almost every business in Madawaska after a […]


Local Connection to NFL Players

  Aaron Marston of Presque Isle watches NFL preseason games a little differently then you and I. Marston who runs Next level Training in Presque isle moved back to the County a year ago. Marston spent several years in Florida as a Certified Athletic Trainer and Strength Conditioning Specialist has helped condition several NFL players […]

Shires Hold First Football Practice

The start of a new era in Houlton. The Houlton Shiretowners held their first varsity football practice earlier today. Coach Brian Reynolds says the players are looking forward to playing at the varsity level. Reynolds:” We are excited ready to get going got a little slow jump this morning. We have lots of work to […]

Mazzuchelli Says Goodbye

The end of an era in Caribou. After 39 years in Caribou Kathy Mazzuchelli is retiring. Mazzuchelli and the Caribou Recreation Department have touched thousands of lives of youngsters to Senior Citizens over the years.   Mazzuchelli:” I met hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of young people, It has been a reflective week a lot […]

Bird Takes Over Bengals Men’s Basketball Program

The University of Maine Fort Kent’s  new coach is already on campus and chomping at the bit for the start of the season. Tom Bird who graduated from Lee Academy is back in the Maine after spending the last two years out of State. Rene Cloukey has the story   Bird:” It’s a big priority […]

Your Health

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 […]

Medical Monday 7.7.14: Nonsurgical Treatment for Dupuytren’s Contracture

Millions of Americans suffer with a disease that can lead to the permanent bending of fingers. It’s called Duputren’s (DOO-PA-TREN’S) Contracture. In this week’s Medical Monday, Shawn Cunningham talks to one man who’s hand mobility has been restored thanks to a nonsurgical procedure offered at Cary Medical Center. Raynold (RAIN-OLD) Blair is looking forward to […]

Medical Monday 6.30.14: Super Blood Drives Helping Save Lives

Blood drives will be taking place throughout New England over the summer months to shore up low blood supplies. Blood collection officials say having enough blood is critical to save lives in the event of emergencies, accidents and never ending illnesses. Shawn Cunningham was on site at a SUPER BLOOD DRIVE in Presque Isle today. […]

Angie's List

Angie’s List – Lawn Care Tips

Even though your annoying neighbor does, it can be hard to find the time and energy to maintain a perfectly manicured lawn. But don’t get discouraged. In today’s Angie’s List report, three simple tips to a healthy summer lawn. Angie Hicks/Angie’s List: “Lawn experts tell us there are three easy things you can do to […]

Angie’s List – Driveway Sealing & Repair

The condition of your driveway can make or break your home’s curb appeal. It takes a beating all year-round, but the summer sun can really take a toll. In this week’s Angie’s List report, how sealcoating can help protect your driveway. (VO) Whether your driveway is concrete or asphalt, if you want to keep it […]

Landscaping for Every Budget

As the weather warms, it’s time to tackle the outdoor projects.You might wonder what type of landscaping additions or upgrades fit your budget. The good news: there is an array of projects in various price ranges. In this week’s Angie’s List report, we break down what you can get for $50, $500, and $5,000 bucks. […]

Should You Go With a Metal Roof

Putting a new roof on your home is a big investment. If you want one that’s really going to last, you might want to consider metal roofing. It’s available in numerous styles and colors and can look like wood, slate or even asphalt shingles. How it compares to traditional materials in today’s Angie’s List report. […]

Open Kitchen

Grilled Chicken Waldorf Salad

OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT  Grilled Chicken Waldorf Salad    Ingredients   Serves 4   1½ pounds (about 4 to 6) chicken cutlets, patted dry       Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper     1 teaspoon garlic powder     ½ pound thick-cut bacon, chopped and cooked until crispy     1 […]

Broccoli Salad

OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT Broccoli Salad Ingredients   Serves 4 to 6   ½ cup pecans, chopped     ½ pound thick-cut bacon, chopped     1 pound fresh broccoli     2 medium carrots, peeled and coarsely grated     1 small red onion, peeled and finely chopped     ½ cup raisins […]

Turkey Banh Mi

OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT  Turkey Banh Mi   Ingredients   Serves 4   1½ tablespoons granulated sugar     3 tablespoons cider vinegar     2 medium carrots, peeled and coarsely grated     1 medium English cucumber, cut into matchsticks     2 tablespoons fresh cilantro, chopped, plus more for garnish     […]

Linguine with Lobster, Corn, and Tomatoes

OPEN KITCHEN with NATHAN SCOTT  Linguine with Lobster, Corn, and Tomatoes Ingredients   Serves 4   1 pound linguine       Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper     ¼ pound thick-cut bacon, chopped     2 cups corn kernels     2 stalks celery, chopped     6 cloves garlic, peeled and […]


FitSource 08.15.2014

Today we have a full exercise room! We have Frank Bemis, John Hebert, and we even have some kids joining us. They are here with the Redy, Set, Let’s Go Tri-Athlon.

FitSource 08.08.14

FitSource 08.08.14

FitSource 08.01.2014

Today we have Kate Hanes! She’s a Certified trainer and nutritionist.

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Aroostook Aspirations

| August 18, 2014

April Flagg joins us for Aroostook Aspirations…

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