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UMFK President Hess will miss Fort Kent community, students sad to see him retire

UMFK President Hess will miss Fort Kent community, students sad to see him retire

| May 7, 2015

Ask president Wilson Hess what makes him proud of the University Maine at of Fort Kent…and he’ll give you a long list. That list would include a strong athletics program and a growing enrollment. But ask him what makes it special, and he’ll say the people. And that’s why his decision to retire wasn’t an […]

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Washburn Mill Pond makes progress becoming stream

Washburn Mill Pond makes progress becoming stream

| May 4, 2015

Gone now is the snow, and Washburn residents can see what was once a pond making big progress becoming a stream. “I think it looks a lot better than what it did. It still needs a lot of work but they’re getting to it,” said Washburn resident Lisa Rossignol. “I knew it was going to […]

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Easton holding public hearing so residents can learn more about revaluation

Easton holding public hearing so residents can learn more about revaluation

| April 30, 2015

Residents in the small town of Easton know change is coming. And for many, it’s a scary one. With an increase in taxes on the horizon…people are feeling anxious. “Quite concerned about it actually, I’m not sure what’s going to happen or how high they’re going to go up,” said longtime resident Jason Rooney. According […]

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Father of alleged St. Francis murderer expresses sympathy and sadness

Father of alleged St. Francis murderer expresses sympathy and sadness

| April 29, 2015

“It hurts…he could spend the rest of his life in jail. And there’s nothing I can do,” said Paul Marquis, the father of alleged killer Jesse Marquis. Marquis looked at an old picture of his son Jesse. Pictures are all he’s seen of his son in the last year. Accused of a brutal murder, Jesse […]

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AMHC educates community about sexual assault awareness

AMHC educates community about sexual assault awareness

| April 27, 2015

Wendy Page is passionate about seeing sexual assault statistics drop¬†in our state. That’s what brought her and a few of her colleagues to the Maine School of Science and Mathematics on Monday,¬†spreading awareness about a problem that affects so many. “A lot of communities might not be open or think that this doesn’t happen here […]

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