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Wilderness Walk for Warriors expands to honor law enforcement and emergency responders

Wilderness Walk for Warriors expands to honor law enforcement and emergency responders

| June 26, 2015

“We’ll have a lot of blisters and a lot of sore shoulders just like last year. But it’s an honor. It’s a privilege.” And it’s worth it says Chris Robinson. He’s talking about the Wilderness Walk for Warriors Heroes Hike coming up in just a few weeks. The 10 day hike is from Monson to […]

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Mapleton Daze 2015 kicks off

Mapleton Daze 2015 kicks off

| June 25, 2015

Mapleton Daze 2015 is here and it has some exciting new events. The festival starts with a birthday celebration for the town of Chapman — 100 years old this year. “It only comes once. If you don’t take the opportunity to pause and celebrate your existence particularly on a milestone year like this then you […]

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Local church leaders react to Charleston shooting

Local church leaders react to Charleston shooting

| June 18, 2015

“My heart sunk immediately. Got sick to my stomach. Immediately started to pray.” Pastor David Sylvain is talking about the horrific church shooting that happened on Wednesday in Charleston South Carolina. The Pastor of Student Ministries at the Presque Isle Wesleyan Church is mourning lives lost and many more affected…after a 21-year-old man fatally shot […]

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Relay for Life Part 5: Coming right up!

Relay for Life Part 5: Coming right up!

| June 17, 2015

Cuppy Johndro is ready to Relay. The Captain of team Butterflies for Hope says her team is coming into Friday’s all night event having raised about 11 thousand dollars. “We earned our first five dollars the day after Relay ended last year. And we’ve been fund raising ever since,” she said. And they aren’t stopping […]

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Local farmers and agronomists excited about nurse crop project

Local farmers and agronomists excited about nurse crop project

| June 11, 2015

One¬†section of Brent Edgecomb’s farm in Limestone has a lot more green than your average potato field. That’s because a few acres of the¬†potato crop have a nurse crop on top of them. A practice that farmers say has big time benefits, starting with soil conservation. “I hope it makes the soil more fertile…and keeps […]

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