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New Information: BREAKING NEWS: Four People Shot Overnight

New Information: BREAKING NEWS: Four People Shot Overnight

| July 17, 2015

NEW INFORMATION…. BREAKING NEWS: Four People Shot Overnight The Aroostook Medical Center reports they are on lockdown as a result of what is currently occurring in Northern Penobscot County. According to Jason Parent, TAMC VP of Comunications the lockdown is a precautionary measure as result of the incident that is currently happening in the communities […]

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Motor Vehicle Accident In Nashville Plantation

Motor Vehicle Accident In Nashville Plantation

| July 1, 2015

A two vehicle accident occurred Tuesday in Nashville Plantation. 60 year old James Guaghan of Baldwin Maine was driving a 2014 Toyota Siena (Van) northbound on Rt 11 in Nashville Plantation. 32 year old Troy Theriault of Fort Kent Maine was driving his 2012 Ford pickup truck pulling out of a logging road. Theriault did […]

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Presque Isle Bypass Project Will Break Ground Summer 2016

Presque Isle Bypass Project Will Break Ground Summer 2016

| June 17, 2015

The Presque Isle bypass project is still going to happen. That according to MDOT officials, but it won’t begin until NEXT SUMMER. We look at an update on the project and why officials admit they’re off to a slow start. Presque Isle There’s a steady stream of traffic in downtown Presque Isle. But Maine Department […]

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Medical Monday: Allergy Season

Medical Monday: Allergy Season

| June 8, 2015

Its allergy season. In this week’s Medical Monday Shawn Cunningham reports on allergy symptoms and over the counter relief available to sufferers.

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New Website Will Help Promote Food Safety

New Website Will Help Promote Food Safety

| May 21, 2015

Maine officials say a new state website will assist farmers and food producers with information about changes to federal food safety regulations. The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry says the information on the website will pertain to the federal Food Safety Modernization Act, which was signed into law in 2011. Maine Agriculture Commissioner […]

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