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Presque Isle Welcomes New Community Garden

Presque Isle Welcomes New Community Garden

| May 7, 2015

It started as an idea, and is now a reality. A community garden, for the one’s with the green thumbs and even the not so green. “Part of our mission is to provide opportunities for residents to learn and develop self sufficiency skills. This is a perfect opportunity to have something located right in their backyard literally,” […]

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Two County Schools Head to Global Finals

Two County Schools Head to Global Finals

| May 5, 2015

“I’m really excited about going to Globals,” says Washburn High School Student, Jess Aube. ” It was awesome. I cried. I went over and hugged Anna and the rest of my team,” says Presque Isle Middle School Student, Abby Dionne. “Oh I’m pumped. It’s a great group of kids, and we’re going to have a blast […]

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Are you prepared when severe weather strikes?

Are you prepared when severe weather strikes?

| April 28, 2015

You’ve all heard the phrases, ‘Turn Around Don’t Drown’ and ‘When Thunder Roars Go Indoors.’ Simple rules to keep yourself safe during severe weather. April 26th through May 2nd, is Severe Weather Preparedness Week in the State of Maine. During this week, the National Weather Service will hit on three major points. “The first is how to […]

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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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