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Sidewalk Construction Project in Presque Isle Slated for Summer 2015

| July 9, 2014

At Monday’s City Council meeting in Presque Isle, a construction project was approved. It’s one that will make for safer walking conditions for pedestrians, and make the city more walk-able. News Source 8′s Angela Christoforos reports… Presque Isle Deputy City Manager Martin Puckett said, “There’s a lot of people that walk to Walmart that walk to pick […]

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Mars Hill TAMC Aroostook Health Center Earns Several Honors

| July 8, 2014

The Aroostook Health Center in Mars Hill has been the recent recipient of several honors, and as News Source 8′s Angela Christoforos reports..it’s the only nursing home’s in this part of the state to receive the rankings… Aroostook Health Center Activity Coordinator Vicki Jeckson said, “The Aroostook Health Center works as a team. It’s a home, they’ve […]

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Fort Kent Puppy Rescue Mission saves 25 dogs from Tennessee abuse case

| July 7, 2014

Last month, 25 dogs were rescued from an animal abuse case in Tennessee, by a puppy rescue mission out of Fort Kent. The dogs were found starving with no food and no water but as News Source 8′s Angela Christoforos reports, now these dogs have a dog gone happy ending… The Daigle Family said, “When I […]

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Ashland Business Owner Recognized for 50 Years of Service

| July 5, 2014

Local businesses are at the heart of our local communities. Some have been around longer than others. And as News Source 8′s Angela Christoforos reports, this weekend a business owner in Ashland was recognized for 50 years of service… Jim Collier walked in to his business to applause and hugs from family… “It’s overwhelming,” said […]

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Star Spangled Celebrations at the Limestone 4th of July Parade

| July 4, 2014

News Source 8′s Angela Christoforos takes us to Star Spangled Celebrations in Limestone, where the annual 4th of July parade took place this afternoon. Chad Mcneal said, “Yearly tradition, I’ve been coming here for probably close to 35 years.” Between 500 to 1000 people come to the Limestone 4th of July parade every year.. And this year […]

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