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Orvice and Thelma Frost: A Couple That Truly Could Not Live Without Each Other

| September 30, 2014

Every so often there’s a couple that is just perfect for each other. It’s said that they complete each other or can’t live without one another. A simple Google search of the phrase, “can’t live without you” will direct you to songs containing the lyric from numerous artists from all different genres. So often we […]

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Marissa Chasse Breaks Ashland Career Scoring Record

| September 26, 2014

On Thursday night, Marissa Chasse scored three goals for Ashland in their 9-0 win over Katahdin, giving her 60 career goals, a new Ashland record. The hat trick pushed her past Brooke LaBelle’s old record of 58. Chasse will have a chance to increase her total this Saturday as the Hornets host Souther Aroostook.

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Did Jake Berent predict Derek Jeter’s Walk-off?

| September 26, 2014

At the end of his sports cast at roughly 9:18 pm, sports anchor Jake Berent mentioned to anchor Dick Palm that the Orioles had tied the ballgame in the top of the 9th inning, and Derek Jeter was planning a walk-off for his pinstripes farewell. Moments later, it actually happened. Who didn’t see that coming? What […]

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Athlete of the Week

| September 18, 2014

Jake Drew of Houlton is News Source 8′s athlete of the week.  The senior running back rushed for 319 yards on 14  carries, for an astonishing average of 22.8 yards per carry. He scored four touchdowns to lead the Shires to their first varsity win 44-30 over Washington Academy of East Machias last Saturday. Congratulations to […]

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Sherman Old Home Days Parade

| September 3, 2014

It wouldn’t be Labor Day in Sherman without its annual Old Home Days Parade. These fryers started sizzling early in the morning. Jarice Kelley and her crew makes their special pumpkin donuts every Labor Day for the annual breakfast before the parade. “Our crew gets here about quarter to five in the morning … when it’s time […]

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