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NewsSource 8 The Morning Edition 05.20.2015

| May 20, 2015
NewsSource 8 The Morning Edition 05.20.2015

Matter of Law 05.20.2015

| May 20, 2015
Matter of Law 05.20.2015

ARCH Project 05.20.2015

| May 20, 2015
ARCH Project 05.20.2015

Today, our guest, Kris Doody, CEO of CARY Medical Center, will be telling us about the ARCH Project (Access Received Closer to Home). A program to help improve access for eligible Veterans, by connecting them to health care services closer to home.

NewsSource 8 The Evening Edition 05.19.15

| May 19, 2015
NewsSource 8 The Evening Edition 05.19.15

FFHA Receives Six-Figure Federal Grant

| May 19, 2015
FFHA Receives Six-Figure Federal Grant

There’s been a few disturbances at Fort Fairfield Housing Authority developments this past year. Authorities have taken notice to the increased criminal activity. “Things like drug related cases, domestic violence cases, simple assaults, theft cases,” said William Campbell, Fort Fairfield’s Chief of Police. “Things seem to escalate from one thing to another,” said Wayne Troicke, […]

UMaine System freezes in-state tuition for fourth consecutive year

| May 19, 2015
UMaine System freezes in-state tuition for fourth consecutive year

“I was relieved, definitely,” said UMPI student Emma Ruff. Ruff pays for a good chunk of her University of Maine at Presque Isle tuition out of pocket. And so when she heard that for the fourth year in a row the University of Maine System trustees voted to freeze in-state tuition for its universities, it […]

Hornets Off to Best Start in 6 Years

| May 19, 2015
Hornets Off to Best Start in 6 Years

The Ashland baseball team is off to it’s best start since 2009. Over the last few years the Hornets have struggled on the diamond, but this year they are off to a 6-2 start and looking to get back into the post season. Cote:” This year I have a good group of Seniors. I have […]

Two Aroostook County High Schools Gain National Recognition

| May 19, 2015
Two Aroostook County High Schools Gain National Recognition

“We’ve known for years we’ve had a great school system and to finally be acknowledged and recognized for it means a lot,” said Ginette Albert, Madawaska Superintendent. “What we’re pleased about is that we consistently make the list. That we’re in that core of schools that consistently make the lists,” added Dr. Gehrig Johnson, Presque […]

Pedestrian Struck in Presque Isle

| May 19, 2015
Pedestrian Struck in Presque Isle

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine – A pedestrian was struck by a car today in Presque Isle. According to the Presque Isle Police Department, the pedestrian is Jacqueline Goodine of Presque Isle. She did go to the hospital, but was cleared after suffering a few bumps and bruises. She was walking south on Main Street. The driver, Candy […]

Workers’ Comp Fraud Conviction Upheld

| May 19, 2015
Workers’ Comp Fraud Conviction Upheld

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – Maine’s highest court is upholding the conviction of a northern Maine man convicted of collecting more than $50,000 in workers’ compensation benefits while operating an engine repair business. An Aroostook County jury convicted 63-year-old Stephen Tucker Sr. of Monticello of theft in April 2014. He injured his hand while working as […]