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After 12 Years, Microsoft Stops Support for Windows XP

After 12 Years, Microsoft Stops Support for Windows XP

| April 9, 2014

Windows XP users beware…after twelve years, Microsoft stopped support of the operating system on Tuesday, meaning they’ll no longer be looking for vulnerabilities and making patches to block viruses for it…leaving folks still using XP at high risk for cyber attack – meaning hacking, identity theft, and viruses. “If I was a virus, the first […]

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Council Tells Bou’s Brew Pub Owners to Make Action Plan With City

Council Tells Bou’s Brew Pub Owners to Make Action Plan With City

| April 8, 2014

After hearing concerns from law enforcement, residents, and neighboring businesses about Bou’s Brew Pub, city councilors have told owners of the bar in downtown Presque Isle that they need to come up with a plan of action if they want to stay in business. The bar’s owner Kylie Oliveira ¬†understands. “We don’t want to lose […]

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Garage Fire Uncovers Meth Lab in Houlton

Garage Fire Uncovers Meth Lab in Houlton

| April 4, 2014

“I looked up and sky was all red up there, from the fire,” said neighbor Almon Hemore. Not much is left left of the garage at 5 Johnson Street in Houlton. Neighbors saw a fire and heard what they say sounded like an explosion there on Thursday evening..which led to 36-year-old Thomas Lowery being arrested […]

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Eliot Cutler Campaigns in the County

Eliot Cutler Campaigns in the County

| April 2, 2014

A day after he rolled out the first of his policy initiatives, independent gubernatorial candidate Eliot Culter spoke to rotarians in Caribou about the major challenges our state faces and how he plans on tackling them.¬†Cutler said when he wrote his book, A State of Opportunity, he had Aroostook in mind. “Aroostook is a county […]

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School Board Votes to Close Wellington School

School Board Votes to Close Wellington School

| April 1, 2014

On Tuesday afternoon students inside the Wellington School in Monticello are busy finishing up the day’s work. Each classroom is filled with brightly colored decorations and learning tools..but in what could be the near future, these rooms will be empty. The school board voted Monday night to close the school for good. “It’s bittersweet…we’re a […]

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