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The First of Four Lunar Eclipses

The First of Four Lunar Eclipses

| April 14, 2014

Early Tuesday morning the first of four total lunar eclipses will occur. The lunar eclipse can be viewed from all over North and South America. Now, a lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes directly behind the earth, and into it’s shadow. Our neighbor the moon will trail into the shadow of the earth and […]

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Moving Forward on the Presque Isle Community Center and Outdoor Pool

Moving Forward on the Presque Isle Community Center and Outdoor Pool

| April 9, 2014

The Presque Isle Community Center is moving forward, as the council has given the go ahead for the next major steps. “They are going to end up getting the project to the point where it is prepared. So the next thing the council would authorize is for the architects to actually convert that design into […]

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Above Normal Flood Potential for Northern Maine

Above Normal Flood Potential for Northern Maine

| April 8, 2014

With the above normal snowpack for this time of year, the flood potential is now above normal. This includes the potential for flooding due to ice jams. “We still have generally 25 to 40 inches over northern and central Maine into Western New Brunswick, and that snowpack contains a lot of water. Generally about 8 […]

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Too Much Snow?

Too Much Snow?

| April 1, 2014

I’m sure most people think the snow is fun, but after the latest weekend storm, are people ready to put away their snow boots? “For a living I travel all over Aroostook County, and this year I am some sick of this snow. It’s been one of the worst winter’s I’ve traveled in for a […]

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Press Conference on the Youth Access to Alcohol Pilot Project in the County

Press Conference on the Youth Access to Alcohol Pilot Project in the County

| March 28, 2014

Law enforcement working together throughout the County to accomplish the same goal, and that’s to reduce the number of underage drinkers and individuals killed or injured in motor vehicle crashes. Law enforcement from all over the County were present at a press conference to discuss the results of the Federal demonstration project to limit youth […]

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