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Maine Grand Jury hearing evidence on teen’s death in hayride will meet for rare third session

Maine Grand Jury hearing evidence on teen’s death in hayride will meet for rare third session

| June 8, 2015

The Maine grand jury hearing evidence on whether criminal charges should be brought after the death of a teen in a haunted hayride crash will meet for a third session. This is rare according to Androscoggin District Attorney Andrew Robinson. He said that to WCSH-TV. The grand jury is weighing criminal charges after 17-year-old Cassidy […]

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TAMC holds benefit for Nepal Earthquake Relief

TAMC holds benefit for Nepal Earthquake Relief

| June 5, 2015

“We don’t know why these disasters happen. But we know that God likes to use people and so he’s using us as a TAMC family to reach out and band together and show our love and support.” Registered nurse Mitzi McKenney may not have been directly affected by the devastating Nepal earthquakes recently — but […]

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Masardis mill taking extended maintenance shutdown

Masardis mill taking extended maintenance shutdown

| June 4, 2015

MASARDIS- The majority of workers at the Maibec mill in Masardis are going to be out of work for a few weeks starting next Monday. The mill is taking an extended maintenance shutdown running from June 8th to July 6th NewsSource 8 spoke with Maibec’s Vice President Charles Tardif over the phone Thursday. He said the mill […]

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Relay for Life Part 3: Fight Back

Relay for Life Part 3: Fight Back

| June 3, 2015

Therese Lussier of Ludlow is 70 years old. Throughout her life she has had moments of joy, and moments of pain. Her most recent battle was the hardest by far. A breast cancer diagnosis back in January meant surgery and after, chemotherapy. A treatment she says was brutal. “It attacks everything in your body. Sometimes I […]

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Thursdays on Sweden returns to Caribou for third year

Thursdays on Sweden returns to Caribou for third year

| June 2, 2015

Sweden Streetin Caribou may not be packed with people on a rainy Tuesday, but come this Thursday and after that every other Thursday this summer, it’s going to be a different story. “The parking lot out here is full. And there is lots of people walking downtown,” said Debbie Sutherland, who owns the Brambleberry Market. Sutherland is […]

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