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Make Way for Ducklings!

Make Way for Ducklings!

| May 22, 2015

Make Way For Ducklings! “I was cleaning the flower bed out on UMPI Day, which was May 1st, and I found the nest. We knew there was a duck around a few days before that because she was hanging around, but I did not know why until I discovered the nest,” says Administrative Specialist, Michelle Greene. […]

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Presque Isle Welcomes New Business

Presque Isle Welcomes New Business

| May 21, 2015

  Presque Isle-Wednesday was opening day for the new Save a Lot in Presque isle. They started construction back on January 1st. Construction took a little longer than planned due to some heating issues. Store Owner Kevin Kinney says, the store in Presque Isle is 600 square feet bigger than the Caribou location, and they carry […]

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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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Tractor trailer crash causes one lane highway closure in Oakfield

Tractor trailer crash causes one lane highway closure in Oakfield

| May 20, 2015

A tractor trailer crash in Oakfield causes one lane of the highway to be closed. Theriault was hauling a delimber that was too high for the overpass. The crash caused extensive damage to the overpass and the delimber. One lane of I-95 Northbound will be shut down until the damage can be further assessed. There were […]

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Relay for Life series part 1: Celebrate Survivors

Relay for Life series part 1: Celebrate Survivors

| May 20, 2015

Adrianna McCarty, Loomis Craig, and Karin Howe are three very different people at three very different stages of life. One a young mother, another an experienced teacher, and the other enjoying retirement. But these three have one common denominator. They survived cancer. “It’s gone, I’m here, I can carry on…it was kind of like a […]

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