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Let’s Go! Aroostook Receives $50,000 Grant

Let’s Go! Aroostook Receives $50,000 Grant

| March 4, 2015

Childhood obesity has been a major public heath concern for decades. But fortunately there’s a statewide initiative that works to combat it. And now the Let’s Go Aroostook here in the County is receiving a significant grant that will allow the program to reach more sites and provide more resources for existing sites. News Source […]

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Angie’s List- How to Deal with Sensitive Teeth

Angie’s List- How to Deal with Sensitive Teeth

| March 2, 2015

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. Especially if you have sensitive teeth! In today’s Angie’s List report, we learn about common causes of teeth sensitivity and ways you can combat the problem. Lots of people who have sensitive teeth think they just have to live with the condition and they give […]

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Bridgewater Community Raises Funds for Elderly Woman Who Lost Home in Fire

Bridgewater Community Raises Funds for Elderly Woman Who Lost Home in Fire

| February 25, 2015

An elderly Bridgewater woman is still recovering from smoke inhalation after a devastating fire at her home two weeks ago. She lost her home, cars, and her pets. Though she is currently at a nursing rehab in Bangor, the Bridgewater community is preparing for her return home by rallying together to build her a new […]

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Angie’s List- How to Deal with or Avoid a Squirrel Invasion

Angie’s List- How to Deal with or Avoid a Squirrel Invasion

| February 23, 2015

You know how nice it is to have a warm home to go to when it’s cold and nasty outside? Animals like to snuggle too. And if you’re not careful, it’ll be your house they’ll see as shelter from the cold. Kathy Pribble doesn’t have a thing against squirrels. But she does think they ought […]

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Houlton Humane Society Rescues Frozen Cat

Houlton Humane Society Rescues Frozen Cat

| February 19, 2015

In frigid temperatures, it doesn’t take very long for frostbite to kick in. That applies not only to you, but also your pet. The Houlton Humane Society recently rescued a cat from exposure to the freezing cold and captured it on camera, as a brutal reminder to keep your pets indoors. News Source 8’s Angela […]

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