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Long Winter Impact On Wildlife

Long Winter Impact On Wildlife

| April 3, 2014

It certainly has been a very long winter, and a very cold one in fact.  The month of March was the coldest in years.  It’s not only us, the animals are feeling it too. It’s spring but the extended winter conditions are posing challenges for some wildlife critters this year.  The two biggest factors being […]

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Local Students Named To All-Maine Academic Team

Local Students Named To All-Maine Academic Team

| March 28, 2014

A couple of local college students who’ve made a push to earn good grades, are being recognized.   The Maine Community College System Board of trustees is holding a ceremony for these two students along with 12 others.  Baha Eldin has the story. A commitment to education is something these two students pride themselves on. And […]

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Thrift Store Opens To Make Money For Cat Medical Expenses

Thrift Store Opens To Make Money For Cat Medical Expenses

| March 27, 2014

Bargain prices for various items will be offered at a new thrift store opening this weekend.   Although it is new, it’s actually the second time this store is opening. “Second Chance” is getting a second chance.  This soon to open thrift store has been in the works for some time. It first opened in 2009, […]

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Pool At Gentile Hall Has More Kids And More Swimmers, With Only Some Issues So Far

Pool At Gentile Hall Has More Kids And More Swimmers, With Only Some Issues So Far

| March 25, 2014

The pool at Gentile hall is now getting a lot more swimmers since the Presque Isle indoor pool closed.  While pool rules and fees stay the same, there have been some other changes taking place so far. There hasn’t been any resistance from the university to having more community members and kids using it’s pool.  […]

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Fort FairField Dike Keeps Residents From Being Mandated To Get Flood Insurance

Fort FairField Dike Keeps Residents From Being Mandated To Get Flood Insurance

| March 25, 2014

While the risk of flooding is on the rise, so are insurance rates.  That’s according to the National Flood Insurance Program.  Most of the communities in Maine that will see an increase, and that are mandated to have flood insurance, are along the coast.  But Flood Insurance policies do apply to some areas in Aroostook […]

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