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SBA recognizes two small businesses in the County

SBA recognizes two small businesses in the County

| April 1, 2015

Two big awards for two small County businesses. Officials with the US Small Business Administration recognized Virtual Managed Solutions, LLC  and the Irish Setter pub on Wednesday afternoon. “When it comes to helping the county and helping job creation, it comes through small businesses. So the more that we can do to help them, to […]

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New delivery service company to launch Wednesday

New delivery service company to launch Wednesday

| March 31, 2015

Thanks to the work of a few young minds, more and more county restaurants are starting to deliver. “It’s like having big city life in a small town, and that’s just something that is not around for people,” said Jon Clark. Clark is talking about Aroostook Deliveries. It’s a company he and a few others […]

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New potato variety named after Caribou

New potato variety named after Caribou

| March 20, 2015

“How many towns get a potato named after them?” asked Caribou resident Anita St. Peter. While we may not know the answer to that question, we do know that Caribou is now the list. Caribou Russet is our state’s newest potato variety…named after the most northeastern city in the US. “Having the Caribou potato certainly […]

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Caribou Man Arrested for Cocaine Trafficking

Caribou Man Arrested for Cocaine Trafficking

| March 18, 2015

Caribou, Me – A Caribou man has been charged with selling cocaine following an investigation which culminated in a search of his River Road home by the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency. Over the past several weeks, MDEA investigators assigned to the Aroostook County Task Force have been conducting an investigation into the distribution of cocaine […]

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The newly renovated Burger Boy may stay open all year

The newly renovated Burger Boy may stay open all year

| March 3, 2015

Burger Boy is usually open seasonally, but this year, owner Spenser Ouellette says, he’s going to try something different. “We’re looking to be open year round starting this year. I’m going to kind of play it month to month to kind of see how everything goes, and to try it out this winter,” says Owner of […]

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