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Petit Sault Brewers

| July 18, 2014

A local brewery, that is brewing for local people. That is the idea behind Petit Sault Brewers here in Edmundston, a project that started as an idea that snow balled into a massive amount of support from the community.  “When we started we were a few friends talking about the possibility of starting a brewery […]

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Biddeford Shooting

| July 18, 2014

State Police say the shootings of two men inside a Biddeford house on July 6 were drug related and they have asked the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency to assist in the investigation.  In addition police have identified the man who shot the two men.  He is Fuquan Prince Wilson, 34, from the Bronx, NY, who […]

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As MOO Milk Disbands, County Farmers Find New Opportunities

| July 18, 2014

For organic dairy farmer Vaughn Chase, it’s the end of one chapter..and the beginning of a new one. “We’re actually looking forward to this challenge,” said Chase. On Saturday Chase’s Organic Dairy Farm will supply its last MOO Milk truck..something the farm in Mapleton has been doing for the last five years.. And then on Monday […]

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Law Enforcement Talk Drugs Update…Problem with Prescription Drug Abuse Growing

| July 18, 2014

Local law enforcement say prescription drug abuse continues to climb in the county, which means that crime rates could also go up. In a two part report, Shawn Cunningham talks to those working in the trenches fighting the war on drugs. She finds out what THEY SAY needs to happen to win some important battles. […]

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Caribou Secession Committee Moves Forward

| July 18, 2014

A group that has proposed a new town to separate from Caribou is moving forward with it’s next step.  We sat down with the committee today to get the details on their initiative, and how they plan to carry out a secession. A long process, but one that this Caribou Secession Committee is ambitious about. […]

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