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Easton Business Finds Meth Reaction Bottle in Dumpster

Easton Business Finds Meth Reaction Bottle in Dumpster

| April 21, 2015

Photo Courtesy: Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office Easton, Me – According to the Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office, employees of an Easton business found what turned out to be the remnants of a methamphetamine lab in their dumpster Monday afternoon. The reaction bottle (pictured here next to our cruiser tire) was removed from the dumpster as a possible “returnable” […]

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More than 1000 still without power

More than 1000 still without power

| April 21, 2015

More than 1200 customers in Southern Aroostook are still without power this morning as Emera crews work to restore it. As of 5:00 AM this morning, Bob Potts of Emera Maine says, 1238 people are still without power after losing power Monday evening. Utility crews were dispatched to determine the cause of a power outage affecting […]

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Humane Society Seeks Justice for Two Dead Dogs

Humane Society Seeks Justice for Two Dead Dogs

| April 17, 2015

 The Houlton Humane Society is asking for information from the public after two dead dogs were found in Ludlow on Wednesday morning. According to animal control officer David Rairdon, a school bus driver noticed the two dogs on the side of the Laskey Road.Both were deceased and Rairdon said they appeared to have had their […]

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Parents Urging Lawmakers to Allow Medical Marijuana in Schools.

Parents Urging Lawmakers to Allow Medical Marijuana in Schools.

| April 17, 2015

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – Some parents are urging Maine lawmakers to allow medical marijuana in schools. The parents appeared Thursday before the Legislature’s Education Committee to express their support of a bill that would allow schools to provide accommodations for children who use medical marijuana. The Portland Press Herald reports that the bill is sponsored […]

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Apple buys more than 30,000 acres of land in Aroostook County

Apple buys more than 30,000 acres of land in Aroostook County

| April 17, 2015

Apple  has purchased more than 30,000 acres of land in Aroostook County. The Conservation Fund announced they’re partnering with Apple to help protect working forests in the United States. The initiative that was announced yesterday will conserve more than 36,000 acres of forestland in Maine and North Carolina and ensure these forests stay forests. The initiative […]

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