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Athletes Prepare for Final Hershey North American Championships

| July 23, 2014

The end of an era. The final Hershey track and field North American Championship is next week in Hershey Pennsylvania. Kathy Mazzuchelli has been involved in the program for 35 years and says it has been a great program.   Mazzuchelli: It has been a great program and the reason that it has is because […]

Harness Racing Begins Friday Night

| July 23, 2014

The Northern Maine Fair opens Friday night and over the last couple of nights several of the horsemen in the area were working on the track making sure it is in good shape.   Dirk Duncan:”This is kind of typical. The Fair Association put the stone dust on the track yesterday. There has been a […]

NewSource8 The Evening Edition 07.23.14

| July 23, 2014

Mars Hill Golfer Among Many Unhappy with VA Hospitals

| July 23, 2014

Every time Roland Perry swings a golf club, he feels knee pain. “It’s frustrating because I know what I’m capable of doing,” he said. The professional golfer and director of golf at the Mars Hill Country Club has been dealing with knee issues since the 70s. He’s also an Air Force veteran – and says […]

Crops Look Good, So Far

| July 23, 2014

The potato crop here at Willard C. Doyen and Sons is coming along nicely, despite a late start to the planting season. “They were a little behind, we had a late start but with the heat and the moisture we had, we are catching up I would say we are catching up good. It’s a […]

A Matter of Law: Segment 1

| July 23, 2014

Introducing a new segment that will run twice a month on Wednesdays in the morning edition called “A Matter of Law.” This segment is in partnership with Bemis & Rossignol, LLC. Attorneys and Counselors at Law. The segment is designed as a way to get useful legal information to our viewers. Viewers are encouraged to send questions […]

Recent String of Thefts and Vandalism in Fort Fairfield

| July 23, 2014

Late Thursday evening during the Potato Blossom Festival, 4 to 5 food booths in the food court were rummaged through, and some food was stolen. This was just the first of a string of incidents. “It just continued on from there. We started getting complaints about vehicles being moved from one driveway to another,” says […]

11-Year-Old County Boy Conquers Cancer

| July 23, 2014

According to the American Cancer Society, over 10 thousand children in the U.S will be diagnosed with cancer this year. It’s a battle that no parent ever wants their child to face. But an 11-year-old from Caribou has fought the fight, and conquered it. News Source 8′s Angela Christoforos has his story… Eleven year old […]

NewSource 8 The Evening Edition 07.22.14

| July 22, 2014

Despite Massachusetts Crash, Hot Air Balloon Pilot Coming to Crown of Maine Balloon Fest

| July 22, 2014

Theresa Fowler couldn’t believe her eyes when she watched the news on Monday morning – when she recognized the hot air balloon that crashed into power lines in Massachusetts over the weekend. “I was just ill at the thought of the pilot we know fairly well and a balloon accident period..and it was pretty upsetting […]