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Strong Snowmobile Season Continues into May

Strong Snowmobile Season Continues into May

| April 14, 2014

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – ┬áThis year has been the best for snowmobiling in about 20 years and it isn’t over yet, that’s according to the executive director of the Maine Snowmobile Association. ┬áThe Kennebec Journal reported Monday that parts of Somerset and Franklin counties have enough snow to continue the season for at least another […]

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Big Rock Mountain “Slush Rush” marks end of Ski Season

Big Rock Mountain “Slush Rush” marks end of Ski Season

| April 12, 2014

Temperatures climbed into the 50′s on Saturday. It’s a sign of warmer days ahead, and also a bittersweet goodbye to this year’s ski season. Skiers ended the season with a bang at Big Rock Mountain this weekend, News Source 8′s Angela Christoforos has the story… One by one Skiiers skimmed across this mini pond at […]

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Portland Robber with Fake Explosives Arrested

Portland Robber with Fake Explosives Arrested

| April 11, 2014

  PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – Police say they have arrested a Maine man accused of robbing a CVS store for prescription drugs in the city of Portland with what initially appeared to be an explosive device. Police say 39-year-old Jason Wayne Campbell of Portland demanded drugs at the CVS around 8:45 Friday morning while displaying […]

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Gov. LePage Vetoes Solar Power Bill

Gov. LePage Vetoes Solar Power Bill

| April 11, 2014

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – Maine Gov. Paul LePage has vetoed a bill that would restore a rebate program for people that buy solar power systems. The bill vetoed by the Republican governor on Friday would provide $1 million for the program that would last more than two years. The bill was amended by Republican Rep. […]

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Longtime Drug Enforcement Agent Receives Big Honor

Longtime Drug Enforcement Agent Receives Big Honor

| April 11, 2014

A standing ovation for Chief Deputy Sheriff and longtime Maine Drug Enforcement Agent Darrell Crandall on Friday, as he was recognized by the Maine Elks Association as the state’s nominee for the Enrique Camarena award. One he accepted on behalf of himself and the hundreds of officers he’s been able to work with. “I’m humbled […]

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