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In the Studio with Christa Galipeau

| July 1, 2015
In the Studio with Christa Galipeau

Motor Vehicle Accident In Nashville Plantation

| July 1, 2015
Motor Vehicle Accident In Nashville Plantation

A two vehicle accident occurred Tuesday in Nashville Plantation. 60 year old James Guaghan of Baldwin Maine was driving a 2014 Toyota Siena (Van) northbound on Rt 11 in Nashville Plantation. 32 year old Troy Theriault of Fort Kent Maine was driving his 2012 Ford pickup truck pulling out of a logging road. Theriault did […]

NewsSource 8 The Evening Edition 06.30.15

| June 30, 2015
NewsSource 8 The Evening Edition 06.30.15

Bennett To Be Next Biddeford City Manager

| June 30, 2015
Bennett To Be Next Biddeford City Manager

  Presque Isle’s city manager will soon be easing on down the road. According to the Portland Press Herald, the Biddeford City Council today hired Jim Bennett as its next city manager. In a unanimous vote, the council named the administrator with nearly 30 years experience in municipal government as city manager to replace John […]

Over 300 Youngsters Compete in Caribou Track Meet

| June 30, 2015
Over 300 Youngsters Compete in Caribou Track Meet

The Caribou track was very busy place today. The Regional qualifier for the Maine Parks and Recreation Association State Meet was held today. The event has a new name, but still is very successful and very popular. Marquis:” The running program has been going on for years. This year we changed it from Hershey to […]

BREAKING: Four charged in weekend robbery and assault

| June 30, 2015
BREAKING: Four charged in weekend robbery and assault

Four people have been arrested in connection with an assault and robbery that occurred late Friday night in Presque Isle. According to Presque Isle Police, Jason Blake, Shawn White, Samantha Zinis (ZIN-iss), and Jeaudi (jo-dee) Landry, all of Presque Isle, were arrested late Sunday night and charged with robbery, aggravated assault, criminal restraint with a […]

Changes to Registered Maine Guide Testing Process

| June 30, 2015
Changes to Registered Maine Guide Testing Process

AUGUSTA, Maine – Beginning this July, individuals applying to become a Registered Maine Guide should be aware that changes have been made to the existing testing process. Currently, applicants must successfully complete both a written examination as well as an oral examination that includes map and compass, a catastrophic event scenario and a question and […]

More Meth Arrests

| June 30, 2015
More Meth Arrests

A man and woman have been arrested following the discovery of another methamphetamine laboratory in Aroostook County. Last Friday evening, Aroostook County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the Ludlow Road in Ludlow for a report that a female had been injured in a meth-lab related incident. When deputies arrived, they learned that the woman had been […]

East Millinocket residents oppose national park plan in vote

| June 30, 2015
East Millinocket residents oppose national park plan in vote

EAST MILLINOCKET, Maine (AP) – Residents in East Millinocket, Maine, are rejecting a controversial proposal to create a national park east of Baxter State Park. Residents voted in a nonbinding referendum on the proposal on Monday night. Town officials say the majority of voters opposed the idea. Medway voters also voted “no” in a similar […]

Maine House overrides LePage’s veto of $6.7B state budget

| June 30, 2015
Maine House overrides LePage’s veto of $6.7B state budget

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – The Maine House of Representatives has voted to overturn Gov. Paul LePage’s veto of the $6.7 billion state budget. The Democratic-controlled House voted 109-37 to override the Republican governor’s veto on Tuesday. It faces a final vote in the Republican-controlled Senate. A spending plan must be in place by midnight or […]