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Boys Soccer: East Division Heal Point Standings

| October 20, 2014

This week’s Heal Point Standings for the Eastern Division for Classes B, C & D (source: Maine Principal’s Association)   Class D 1.            Bangor Christian     12-1-0 2.            Penobscot Valley H.S.   11-2-1 3.            Ashland Community H.S.   10-2-2 4.            SACS      12-2-0 5.            Shead H.S.    9-1-2 6.            Fort Fairfield Mid/HS    8-4-1 7.            Easton […]

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Pre-season College Basketball Coach’s Poll Announced

| October 16, 2014

With the College Basketball season less than one month away, USA TODAY published their pre-season coaches poll. With all the talent John Callipari has amassed in Lexington, it’s no wonder they’re ranked #1. They’re followed by Arizona who touts an incredibly talented starting lineup. They’re followed by the first of 3 ACC teams in the top […]

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UMPI Hosts ‘Take Back the Night’

| October 10, 2014

“We don’t need that on this campus,” UMPI President Linda Schott told students. What “that” is, is sexual violence. And UMPI students and faculty, in conjunction with the Hope and Justice Project, hosted the event Wednesday night to not only raise awareness, but to assist those who have been the targets of abuse. Guest speakers began […]

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Joking About Ebola Could Cost You

| October 10, 2014

Ebola is no joke. And two men this week have found out how unfunny it really is. According to the associated press, one man’s joke about Ebola on a U.S. Airways flight ended his trip to the Caribbean before it began. In the other instance, a prisoner is facing criminal charges for lying about having […]

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Cody Blair Sets Ashland Scoring Record

| October 2, 2014

Ashland’s Senior captain Cody Blair has broken the school career scoring record. Blair surpassed the old record of 61 with 4 goals in the Hornets 5-2 win over Katahdin. Blair now has 64 goals on the season.

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