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DFAS Could Be Affected If Shutdown Continues

| October 3, 2013

If the partial government shutdown isn’t resolved soon, the Defense Finance and Accounting Service in Limestone WILL be impacted. The shutdown may affect 500 plus Federal employees at DFAS-Limestone  due to the budget not being signed.  The employees were notified Wednesday afternoon that there were enough funds to carry them through until the end of next […]

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Land Speed Racing at Loring

| July 12, 2013

The need for speed for people from all over the country. They are in Limestone for the annual Loring Timing Association Land Speed Races.  Jason Theriault of Caribou has clocked his fastest speed ever 207 miles an hour.  Rene Cloukey has the story

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Penny Wars For Limestone Student Evan LaPierre

| June 10, 2013

One child’s disease has brought a community together to raise funds and awareness. As Shawn Cunningham reports, youngsters at Limestone Community School are PAYING IT FORWARD to help one of their own.

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Making A Difference: Loring Job Corps

| May 16, 2013

Random Acts of Kindness are a staple of the county tradition. In Limestone, Loring Job Corps Center graduates more than three hundred students a year…in trades that vary from the culinary arts to computer technology. This week, Shawn Cunningham reports on how the center is helping so many youth realize their career dreams.

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Northern Maine Being Considered For Missile Defense Base Site

| March 20, 2013

Caribou or Limestone is on the radar of the U.S. Department of Defense. Its just in the preliminary “talking” stage, but defense officials could be considering Northern Maine as a potential site for a missile defense base.  Shawn Cunningham reports on the impact it could have on the region .

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