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The University of Maine at Fort Kent is now Storm Ready

| November 19, 2014

This campus is now storm ready. The University of Maine at Fort Kent now joins the University of Maine at Presque Isle and the University of Maine at Orono, in the designation of storm ready. Making it three campuses in the state with that title. When you think of storm ready, you may only think of […]

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Renovations are underway at UMPI to give students a personalized learning experience

| November 13, 2014

The University of Maine at Presque Isle is looking a little different these days. Several spaces have undergone or are in the process of undergoing renovations. “We’re working very hard to try to get these things in place for the students as we move forward, to try and make sure everybody has a good experience […]

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The Southern Aroostook Community School Honors Area Veterans

| November 12, 2014

Please join us in honoring our grandfather, Keith Collier. “He was in the Navy. He was important,” says Camden Porter and Madison Russell about their grandfather. These fourth graders at the Southern Aroostook Community School were paired up with a veteran to learn about their service to our country. “The kids love having the veterans […]

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Political Profiles for House District 150

| October 22, 2014

  Craig Lawrence has been self employed for most of his life. He served our Country for six years in the military before retiring. He then worked at his grandfather’s marina for twenty years before buying his own trucking company. He and his wife then moved to Frenchville , where they own a small farm and […]

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Aroostook EMA and the National Weather Service, Team up for River Ice Presentations

| October 22, 2014

Even though it’s only Fall, these people are already thinking about Spring. Especially in terms of ice jams and flooding. Darren Woods of the Aroostook Emergency Management Agency says every spring, they get numerous reports from people. “There’s been very little real formal kind of training on what it is exactly we’re looking at as far […]

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