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Unique Agreement Between Two County Colleges

Unique Agreement Between Two County Colleges

| April 24, 2015

And with the stroke of a pen, The University of Maine at Fort Kent and Northern Maine Community College, have reached a new agreement. “Our business program has been collaborating with all the technical programs here to try to find a pathway for graduates who want to get through a baccalaureate degree program smoothly, seamlessly, inexpensively,” […]

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A Few Ice Jams Remain on the Saint John River

A Few Ice Jams Remain on the Saint John River

| April 22, 2015

“There is a jam here between Van Buren and Hamlin,” says Deputy Director of the Aroostook County Emergency Management Agency, Jesse Belanger. “If you look off to my left here, you can see the jam and at this point, the jam does appear to be stationary.” “It doesn’t appear to be very large, a couple […]

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Aroostook EMA and NWS Continue to Monitor River Ice

Aroostook EMA and NWS Continue to Monitor River Ice

| April 22, 2015

“We’re hopeful that will clear through today, there’s no road flooding or closures up in that area at this time,” says Deputy Director of the Aroostook Emergency  Management Agency, Jesse Belanger. Deputy Director of the Aroostook Emergency Management Agency Jesse Belanger is talking about the flooding over the weekend. Because of that he says, it’s been a […]

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For the 14th Year, UMPI Holds University Day

For the 14th Year, UMPI Holds University Day

| April 16, 2015

These students are celebrating University Day! A day that showcases student work over the years. “There’s a lot of students doing a lot of work both inside and outside of class, that even on the campus community we don’t know all the work the students are doing in different departments, as well for the university […]

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A Huge Honor for the Caribou Fire and Ambulance Department

A Huge Honor for the Caribou Fire and Ambulance Department

| April 14, 2015

Fire Chief Scott Susi is excited for his department. Caribou Fire and Ambulance is being honored for excellence in emergency medical services. “I wrote the submission and kind of forgot about it, and on April 1st we were notified that out of the nation, Caribou Fire was picked to receive the award nationally in Washington D.C,” […]

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