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Community members walk it up for domestic violence

| October 17, 2014

Lori Walker lost her sister almost exactly 22 years ago. Betty Curliss’ life was tragically cut short because of domestic violence. “She’s not here. She’s always going to be in our hearts..and we do this in honor for her..she is a person that would help anybody out and she was only 42 when she passed,” […]

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Limestone Chamber of Commerce members say if they don’t get more volunteers, chamber could become inactive

| October 16, 2014

“Sometimes you just want to throw your hands up and say ‘I’m finished,” said Michelle Albert, president of the Limestone Chamber of Commerce. Albert is passionate about bringing people in her community together. She’s been part of the Chamber of Commerce for more than 10 years now. But lately she and other chamber members are […]

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Family owned Plaster Rock department store closing after 30 years

| October 10, 2014

It’s the place Plaster Rock residents go to grab that last minute birthday gift.. You know, for the party that starts in half an hour. Or maybe to get a quick replacement toothbrush. Greer’s Department store has been a fixture in the village for more than 30 years. “If they don’t have it anyplace else, […]

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16-Year-Old Ethan Hill is most loved member of Fort Kent Police Department

| October 9, 2014

On Wednesday morning, Ethan Hill is all suited up for the busy day he has ahead of him. The 16-year-old auxiliary patrolman for the Fort Kent police department listens carefully..as chief Tom Pelletier maps out their morning. When he’s all done, Ethan gives him a fist bump! Every Wednesday, these two team up to take […]

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Standoff takes place close to Presque Isle middle school, police and officials say students and staff were not in danger

| October 6, 2014

Monday morning’s standoff in Presque Isle caused concern all over town. Even though the incident happened less than a half mile away from the PI middle school….law enforcement reassures no one there was in danger. “It wasn’t a situation where we felt that that was an issue that we needed to get the community all […]

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