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Five Animals Left For Weeks in Freezing Home in Ashland, Owner Charged with Cruelty

| January 7, 2014

Police estimate that two dogs and three cats were abandoned at a home in Ashland for two or three weeks with no food, no water, and no heat. Jarad Carney of the Ashland Police Department says, “I honestly believe they probably would not have made it through another night in that cold.” Last Thursday Sergeant […]

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Mother and Kids Involved in Rollover

| December 26, 2013

A mother and three children escaped serious injury after a rollover accident earlier Thursday afternoon. According to the Sheriff’s Deputy Kris Malmborg, 45-year-old Kimberly Hutchins of Lewiston lost control of her 2003 Dodge Caravan and slid off the road while heading north on Route 11. The vehicle rolled over once, slammed into a tree and […]

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Week Two of Moose Hunt Starts, Spectators Excited

| October 15, 2013

Week two of the 2013 Maine Moose hunt! Hunters have hit the woods all over Aroostook County. We stopped by Gateway Variety in Ashland to talk to spectators…who love this season just as much as the hunters themselves do. Gerald Smith of Castle Hill says, “I enjoy seeing the size of them…how many there is and […]

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Construction of New Sawmill in Nashville Plantation Means 60 Permanent Jobs

| August 20, 2013

The only sound that you can hear right now at the old Pinkham mill is the buzz from the old lights that hang from the ceiling. But by this time next year – this mill in Nashville plantation will have new life – and will put many folks in the area back to work. Toby […]

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Georgia Company Moving Manufacturing Plant to Ashland

| June 11, 2013

More than 70 jobs are coming to Ashland. A Georgia-based company that manufactures cedar shingles is planning to locate a manufacturing plant. Shawn Cunningham reports.

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