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Man Hits Parked Wrecker

Man Hits Parked Wrecker

| January 17, 2014

The Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office responded to a motor vehicle crash on Route 1 in Frenchville early Friday morning at approximately 2:45 a.m.. Chief Deputy Darrell Crandall says 23-year old Jake Roy of Madawaska was traveling on Route 1 when he lost control of his pickup, went off the road and struck a parked wrecker that was partially […]

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Frenchville Rollover

Frenchville Rollover

| January 2, 2014

At about 1:45 a.m., Thursday morning, Aroostook County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report of a rollover vehicle crash on Route 1 in Frenchville, about one quarter mile from the Fort Kent line. Deputies found an orange, 2005 Dodge pick-up lying on its side, partially in the roadway. After an initial search of the area for […]

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Davis Settling in as Frenchville Town Manager

Davis Settling in as Frenchville Town Manager

| October 22, 2013

He’s the new man in charge. John Davis is in week number three of being Frenchville’s town manager. “I’ve been trying to get more familiar with the budget,” Davis says. “And reading the policies and procedures, I’ve been out to meet a few people, a few business owners, but I certainly want to get out […]

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Frenchville Town Manager Steps Down

Frenchville Town Manager Steps Down

| August 7, 2013

After two and a half years of sitting in the Frenchville town manager’s seat – Casey Cote is stepping down. A decision she says she was conflicted about. “I did enjoy my time here at the town,” Cote says, “and I think during my tenure the town has made great strides and advancements and I’ve […]

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Major Work Done on Frenchville ATV Trails

Major Work Done on Frenchville ATV Trails

| August 1, 2013

You could say the ATV trails in Frenchville are as good as new. The club was hard at work fixing them up after they received a good chunk of change to do so. Paul Bernier, Director of Aroostook County Public Works says, “they basically started at one end of the system to the other, hauled […]

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