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Caribou Prepares for Track and Tennis Season

Caribou Prepares for Track and Tennis Season

| April 1, 2014

There’s still a lot of snow throughout the County and most baseball and softball fields, tennis courts and tracks are still under more than 2 feet of snow. In Caribou  some volunteers are speeding up the melting process as they cleared the Caribou track and tennis courts. Alden:”It’s really nice that Doug Plourde and Curtis […]

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White House Welcomes World Series Champion Red Sox

White House Welcomes World Series Champion Red Sox

| April 1, 2014

  WASHINGTON (AP) – President Barack Obama has welcomed the World Series champion Red Sox to the White House, praising their triumph on the field last fall while hailing them as a symbol of their city’s determined response to the bombing at last year’s Boston Marathon. Obama said Tuesday he’s grateful for the role the […]

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Harlem Superstars Visit Woodland Students

Harlem Superstars Visit Woodland Students

| March 28, 2014

It was an afternoon treat for Woodland Elementary students… an exciting visit from two Harlem Superstars. “When we come to these small towns- they probably don’t get to see NBA players so we’re their Superstars and we can get that message across,” said Donnie Seale. “To come in here, it’s very valuable to them and […]

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Kimika Forbes on Boston Breakers Reserve Roster

Kimika Forbes on Boston Breakers Reserve Roster

| March 27, 2014

A University of Maine Fort Kent soccer player could be playing in the National Women’s Soccer League. Kimika Forbes attended the Boston Breakers open tryout earlier this month and because of her performance  at the camp she was offered a spot on the reserve team. Forbes: “There were two rounds in the tryout and I got […]

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UMPI Softball Team Prepares for Season on the Road

UMPI Softball Team Prepares for Season on the Road

| March 26, 2014

It’s another day of practicing indoors for the University of Maine Presque Isle softball team, something these girls are kind of getting tired of. “Our outfielders never get to see a fly ball, and we don’t get to work on cutoffs with them that well, and you never really get to see how the ball […]

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