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Miracle Mile Results

| July 3, 2014

Results 1 1 McElwain, Spencer M25 Unattached 4:18.65 2 10 Rines, Chris M26 Unattached 4:48.44 3 9 Lunn, Nick M20 Unattached x4:51.78 4 17 Bates, Peter M31 Unattached 5:14.05 5 122 Roseman, Cameron M14 Unattached 5:23.09 6 38 Little, Jason M32 Unattached 5:28.35 7 57 Hodge, Lauren W19 Unattached 5:28.95 8 208 Ganglfinger, Wesle M14 […]

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Road Construction To Begin In Washburn And Limestone

| July 3, 2014

Two communities will be seeing construction on some of its main roads in the coming days. The Maine Department of Transportation tells us traffic delays won’t be too bad, and the projects should be completed by mid September. The Washburn road will be under construction beginning this week from the Reach Road intersection in Presque […]

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FRACKING IN NEW BRUNSWICK V.S. LAND PRESERVATION

| June 30, 2014

A hot button issue in New Brunswick has lead to one group filing a legal claim against the government. Some will say land and natural resources are at risk, others say there’s potential for economic development and jobs. The debate over Shale gas exploration runs deep in the Province of New Brunswick. By Fracking, massive […]

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County Youngsters Compete at Hershey Track and Field Meet

| June 24, 2014

It was a bittersweet day at the Caribou High School Track– after 37 years, the final Hershey Track and Field Northern qualifier took place. “We’re kind of making it special this year and hoping that we get some great qualifiers to take them onto the national meet,” said Kathy Mazzuchelli, the Superintendent for the Caribou […]

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Atlantic Salmon Being Reintroduced To Aroostook River

| June 9, 2014

For the first time after the removal of two dams on salmon brook pond and washburn pond, officials are reintroducing salmon to the area.   The salmon brook pond is in the middle of being restored to it’s original flow, and now multiple agencies are involved in bringing in the fish. Six hundred thousand fry […]

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