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FROST LIKELY LATE FRIDAY NIGHT

| September 12, 2014

  Widespread Frost should be expected late Friday night and early Saturday morning as many locations fall to the lower 30s. If you have potted plants outdoors, bring them in….if you have plants in-ground, cover them up!

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One year later, BigRock Mountain financially in better shape, not out of the red

| September 12, 2014

It would be an understatement to say that people in Mars Hill think of Big Rock Mountain as a staple in their community. “Everything. This is everything. This is probably the centerpiece of Mars Hill,” said Darrin Muray. “I’ve had a season pass since I was like 8 years old,” said Matthew Shaw. But the […]

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“Politics Ahead of Public Policy”

| September 12, 2014

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – It was supposed to be the first time all three candidates for Maine governor appeared together to speak at the same event. But it didn’t happen. Governor Paul LePage pulled out of the forum hosted by the Environmental & Energy Technology Council of Maine at the last minute this morning. LePage […]

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Beauty Queens Organize Antibullying Walk and Community Awareness

| September 12, 2014

A new school year brings with it the challenge of fitting in for some students. They don’t want to be the target of cruel bullies. A local group is now organizing a community effort to take bullies on…one step at a time. Shawn Cunningham reports. Hadley McClean’s been through a lot in her young life. […]

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Affordable Care Act Funding

| September 12, 2014

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – The federal government says $3 million in Affordable Care Act funding will be used to help 14 health center centers expand service in Maine. Officials say the funding will help the centers hire an estimated 48 new staff, stay open for longer hours and expand their services. The government believes the […]

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