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Medical Monday 3.24.14: Fort Kent Man Shares Road to Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury

Medical Monday 3.24.14: Fort Kent Man Shares Road to Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury

| March 24, 2014

More than a million incidents of traumatic brain injury occur in the U.S. every year. Brain injuries are quite common, and if left untreated unfortunately can be quite DEADLY. One Fort Kent man has survived a traumatic brain injury and is sharing his story in hopes of spreading awareness. Its this week’s Medical Monday with […]

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New Downtown Market in Presque Isle Set to Open May 15th…Looking for Vendors

New Downtown Market in Presque Isle Set to Open May 15th…Looking for Vendors

| March 24, 2014

If you’re a Maine-made Merchant interested in expanding your business…the city of Presque Isle WANTS YOU. A new public market is opening in downtown Presque Isle in just two months. It needs more vendors. And like any successful enterprise, the key is LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION.  Shawn Cunningham reports. A snow covered Riverside Park isn’t deterring […]

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Medical Monday 3.17.14: Brace Technology Giving Patients A Leg Up on Health

Medical Monday 3.17.14: Brace Technology Giving Patients A Leg Up on Health

| March 24, 2014

Some orthotic patients are BRACING themselves for a quality of life change, thanks to a local clinic and an innovative piece of technology. It’s the focus of this week’s Medical Monday with Shawn Cunningham. Tony Boucher (BU-SHAY) now walks with more confidence. Its well hidden, but Boucher is wearing a unique innovation. This total contact […]

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Governor Paul LePage Attends Loring Job Corps Graduation

Governor Paul LePage Attends Loring Job Corps Graduation

| March 24, 2014

Some 40 students from Loring Job Corps got their sheep skins and some sage advice today from Maine Governor Paul LePage. Shawn Cunningham reports. This graduation march is more than pomp and circumstance for these 47 Job Corps students. It’s one dream fulfilled…graduation and the chance to realize so many more dreams when they leave. […]

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Local Veterans Weigh In On Military Sexual Assaults and Need For More Legislation

Local Veterans Weigh In On Military Sexual Assaults and Need For More Legislation

| March 10, 2014

Thursday, the U.S. Senate blocked a military sexual assault bill. The bill seeks to prosecute sexual assault crimes through independent military prosecutors outside of the victim’s chain of command. Maine Senator Susan Collins is a strong advocate for the bill. Prior to the vote, Collins spoke on the senate floor saying Congress needs to take […]

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