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Caribou Secession Committee Moves Forward

| July 18, 2014

A group that has proposed a new town to separate from Caribou is moving forward with it’s next step.  We sat down with the committee today to get the details on their initiative, and how they plan to carry out a secession. A long process, but one that this Caribou Secession Committee is ambitious about. […]

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Group Of Residents Want To Separate From Caribou And Form Lyndon

| July 18, 2014

A group of Caribou residents have proposed a plan to by-pass the city’s charter and take action into their own hands.   The group says they don’t want to be part of the city anymore for a number of reasons. We spoke with Caribou’s city manager on what happened in Monday nights council meeting and […]

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Improving Transportation Services For Seniors Discussed In Blueprint For Action

| July 11, 2014

Transportation for seniors in Aroostook County has been a concern for many service agencies. It’s also been a point of discussion among the agencies as they work together and share ideas on creating better services for seniors. Getting to medical appointments and everyday transportation for seniors in the county has been a major issue. Executive […]

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Strong Winds Leave A Trail Of Downed Trees At Aroostook State Park

| July 8, 2014

The storm over the weekend did some damage across the state and in the county. The strong winds it produced actually posed a threat to the campers at the Aroostook State Park campground. That’s where some campers were for the holiday weekend, and ended up getting stuck in the park for hours due to blocked […]

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Caribou Fire Department To Replace Tanker Truck With Grant Money

| July 4, 2014

The Caribou Fire Department is one of four departments in the state to receive federal funds recently announced by FEMA.  Caribou’s City Manager and the Fire Chief say the grant money will provide a significant upgrade. A new tanker truck is coming to the Caribou Fire Department.  The truck will replace their old tanker truck […]

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