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State police detectives working long hours, still need public’s help in Houlton homicide investigation

State police detectives working long hours, still need public’s help in Houlton homicide investigation

| March 5, 2015

On Thursday detectives with the Maine State Police continued to piece together evidence to figure out what happened to 61-year-old Keith Suitter of Houlton. “Detectives have worked through the night and this is an intense investigation in Houlton with a great many of our team putting in some long hours in the aftermath of the […]

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State Police treating Houlton man’s suspicious death as a homicide

State Police treating Houlton man’s suspicious death as a homicide

| March 2, 2015

An event police are treating as a homicide has stunned the Houlton community. “Makes you worry about your neighborhood I guess,” said Liz Hutchinson. The Houlton Police department responded late Sunday evening to a call of a possible accident on Hillview Avenue. They found an abandoned pickup truck, and were told by folks nearby that there appeared […]

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Body Found in Shiretown

Body Found in Shiretown

| March 2, 2015

  State and Houlton Police are investigating the discovery of a man’s body inside a home on Hillview Avenue in Houlton late Sunday night.  Police are labeling the death suspicious and are working to confirm the man’s identity. The body was found at the home at 412 Hillview after Houlton Police had received a report […]

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State Tournament 2.18: Early Sessions

State Tournament 2.18: Early Sessions

| February 18, 2015

Rene Cloukey has a wrap on the first four games of the day from the State Tournament down in Bangor.

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Local church leaders react to recent ISIS slaying, say it won’t stop their mission

Local church leaders react to recent ISIS slaying, say it won’t stop their mission

| February 18, 2015

The killing of 21 Coptic Christians by ISIS over the weekend may have happened far away…but for some, it hits close to home. “It was violent..it was scary to see,” said Pastor Jason Rooney of the Monticello Community Wesleyan Churc. “Just the fact that they had the label Christian, that that was enough to get […]

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