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A Local Business Celebrates a Milestone

A Local Business Celebrates a Milestone

| March 21, 2015

It started as a dream. Three sisters decided to open a bakery and coffee shop in Fort Fairfield. One year later, it’s going strong. “It gives them another place to go to, to get out. I think starting your own business is a good thing for the community,” says Co-Owner of Sisters Bakery and Coffee […]

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The University of Maine at Fort Kent Celebrates Their Annual Sucrerie

The University of Maine at Fort Kent Celebrates Their Annual Sucrerie

| March 20, 2015

Music. “There’s always a few who get up and dance here. Even though this is for a meal, but they like to dance so we like the dancing crowd,” says Warren Harvey of ‘The Dynamics.’ “It’s exciting and it’s nice to see the people enjoying themselves and eating and liking the meal and it’s fun,” […]

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MSSM Students can get College Credit while Earning their High School Diploma

MSSM Students can get College Credit while Earning their High School Diploma

| March 17, 2015

These students at the Maine School of Science and Mathematics are busy doing class work. Class work that will get them one step closer to their diploma, as well as a degree, thanks to a dual degree agreement. “This expansion was groundbreaking and game changing in the sense that it will allow students to get […]

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Northern Maine Community College Holds 2015 Job Fair

Northern Maine Community College Holds 2015 Job Fair

| March 17, 2015

These eager job seekers scan the gymnasium at Northern Maine Community College for job openings. “Every table. Every business in here is looking for workers, not just one worker, but several workers.┬áIt’s important to the school because it kind of blends in with the trade programs and with all the programs that NMCC offers,” says […]

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Caribou High School Students set up a ‘Pop-Up’ Museum

Caribou High School Students set up a ‘Pop-Up’ Museum

| March 12, 2015

Reading about world wars in textbooks is one thing, but how about actually having the photos, medals, and clothing at the tips of your fingers. That’s what these students at Caribou High School experienced at this one day pop-up museum about WWII. “It takes something that’s in a book and brings it into the real […]

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