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Connor Consolidated School Celebrates Their 100th Day of School

Connor Consolidated School Celebrates Their 100th Day of School

| February 6, 2015

“Today’s the hundredth day of school, and on the hundredth day, first we do a balloon pop. I’m really excited because right now we’re doing math. We have a chart that we put food on it and we’re counting by tens until we get to 100,” says third grader, Nicholas Anderson. “It’s a good celebration […]

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Fox Family Chips & Coca-Cola Partner to Distribute Chips County-wide

Fox Family Chips & Coca-Cola Partner to Distribute Chips County-wide

| February 5, 2015

Fox family chips has been around for about 13 years. “The chips are all made in Maine. We use 100 percent Maine potatoes. To my knowledge,  it’s the only commercially produced potato chip in Maine. We use the local potatoes that tastes like a potato instead of the salt or the seasoning you put on […]

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Young boy sets a goal to raise $1 thousand dollars for C.A.N.C.E.R

Young boy sets a goal to raise $1 thousand dollars for C.A.N.C.E.R

| February 3, 2015

Meet Mason. He’s only 10 years old, but has a big heart. “I’ve put the word out to everybody and I’ve just called a lot of people and just seeing if they wanted to donate, says Mason Allen. Mason has been involved with Planet Head Day for the past three years. This year, he decided […]

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Planet Head Day is right around the corner

Planet Head Day is right around the corner

| February 3, 2015

C.A.N.C.E.R, Caring Area Neighbors for Cancer Education and Recovery. A County group that does just that. They are literally neighbors helping neighbors. “We’re local. We’re grassroots. We’re none profit. We just have grown because people are realizing how important it is to help each other,” says C.A.N.C.E.R member Louise Cardone-Calabrese. Even in this trying economy, they […]

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The Town of Grand Isle Welcomes a New Business

The Town of Grand Isle Welcomes a New Business

| January 13, 2015

This building has a very interesting history. “The building was built in 1937 as a convent for the Saint Gerard Church which is located across the street. I think they closed down in the 1980s, and then it was a personal residence after that, says Owner Bruce Bouley. Now a general store, owners Bruce Bouley […]

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