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Two Aroostook County High Schools Gain National Recognition

Two Aroostook County High Schools Gain National Recognition

| May 19, 2015

“We’ve known for years we’ve had a great school system and to finally be acknowledged and recognized for it means a lot,” said Ginette Albert, Madawaska Superintendent. “What we’re pleased about is that we consistently make the list. That we’re in that core of schools that consistently make the lists,” added Dr. Gehrig Johnson, Presque […]

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Collins, King Congratulate Maine’s Top Youth Volunteers

Collins, King Congratulate Maine’s Top Youth Volunteers

| May 5, 2015

  WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senators Susan Collins and Angus King congratulated Meghan Charest of Falmouth and Kevin Ayotte of Madawaska for being named the top youth volunteers in Maine for 2015 by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. Senators Collins and King met with the two winners to recognize and thank them for […]

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Lausier Residence Burglary

Lausier Residence Burglary

| March 11, 2015

Madawaska, Me – “In my career this is a low point. The person who did this had no morals or feelings. It is really sad for the family and the entire community to know that there are people like this,” said Chief Carrol Theriault of the Madawaska Police department. He was describing the burglary that took […]

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Madwaska School Budget Debate Continues Between School and Municipal Budget Committees

Madwaska School Budget Debate Continues Between School and Municipal Budget Committees

| July 10, 2014

The town of Madawaska will be holding another public meeting early next week to once again try to approve a school budget for the upcoming school year. As it stands right now, school and town officials can’t agree on where cuts to a proposed budget should be made… Shawn Cunningham reports. Ginette Albert Madawaska Superintendent […]

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Preparations Almost Ready For World Acadian Congress Which Draws Closer

Preparations Almost Ready For World Acadian Congress Which Draws Closer

| July 9, 2014

It’s only a few weeks until thousands of people descend upon the St. John Valley and neighboring Canada for the World Acadian Congress 2014. Shawn Cunningham reports on the progress of preparations. Constance Beaulier Anderson is proudly putting up her acadian heritage flags. She’s excited about the World Acadian Congress coming to the Valley in […]

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