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Helicopter Fire Update

Helicopter Fire Update

| January 20, 2014

The US Customs and Border Protection Office says it sent an accident investigation team to the site of the crash landing made by a CBP Helicopter this weekend in Houlton.  On Friday night the chopper landed 300 feet off the end of the runway onto the grass… Houlton Police say the engine compartment of the […]

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Helicopter Fire

Helicopter Fire

| January 17, 2014

Reports of a helicopter fire in Houlton. According to Houlton Police, the call came in a little after 8:40 Friday evening and a Border Patrol helicopter was involved. We don’t have many details at this time, but according to scanner reports heard by people posting on Facebook, the chopper was on fire and was trying […]

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Alternative Energy Heating Source Making Resurgence in Maine

Alternative Energy Heating Source Making Resurgence in Maine

| December 13, 2013

Residents looking for inexpensive ways to heat your home might want to pay extra close attention to this next story. Four Maine companies, three of which are in the county have partnered to offer an alternative heating source to oil and propane. Electrical Thermal Storage units aren’t a new source of heat energy in Maine. […]

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Former Houlton Resident Charged in Death of Bangor Woman

Former Houlton Resident Charged in Death of Bangor Woman

| November 19, 2013

BANGOR, Maine (AP) – Police say they’ve arrested a 21-year-old man in the death of a woman in her home in Bangor The Bangor Police Department found the woman’s body Monday afternoon after responding to a call about a domestic disturbance. Sgt. Catherine E. Rumsey said Zackery Mailloux of Bangor, formerly from Houlton, was arrested […]

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Duck Dynasty Causing Dilemma in Houlton

Duck Dynasty Causing Dilemma in Houlton

| October 30, 2013

A number of ducks can often be seen calmly basking in the sun in a Houlton pond. Sometimes as many as fifty or sixty. Unaware of all the issues they’re causing by just BEING HERE. That’s because THE POND is located right next to Route One, an often busy roadway. Ducks have been seen crossing the […]

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