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Holocaust Survivor

Holocaust Survivor

| January 30, 2015

Houlton, Me – “I knew they were burning people or something because I could smell. You can smell the bone and things like that. I don’t know how to explain that but you knew,” said Max Slabotzky a Holocaust and Auschwitz survivor, as he described life in the concentration camps. Slabotsky says it was a […]

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Easton’s Sesquicentennial

Easton’s Sesquicentennial

| January 3, 2015

Easton, ME – ┬áIn 1865 the small town of Easton was incorporated. 150 years later the town is gearing up to celebrate its sesquicentennial. “We been working towards this for the last 3 years basically. And it is a big deal. 150 years since the town was incorporated, a lot has changed and we hope […]

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Crimestoppers Easton Break-Ins

Crimestoppers Easton Break-Ins

| December 18, 2014

On November 28th Barry Wolverton arrived at his brother Richard’s home and discovered a back window in the home had been broken. Wolverton then called the police to have them come check the home with him. He feared the perpetrator may still be inside. When the officer arrived on the scene he observed the screen […]

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Vacant Wellington School Building: Part 2

Vacant Wellington School Building: Part 2

| November 20, 2014

Wellington School in Monticello has been vacant since its closure in June. The upkeep of the empty building is costing the town thousands. A group of citizens has now started a petition that could solve the problem. With the closure of Wellington School, elementary students in Monticello are now bussed to other district schools in […]

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Vacant Wellington School Building: Part 1

Vacant Wellington School Building: Part 1

| November 19, 2014

Wellington Elementary closed last June in order to save MSAD 29 money. However, with an empty schoolbuilding and former students being bussed to Houlton, there is growing concern in Monticello. It’s been five months since classes were held at Wellington Elementary School in Monticello. The building has sat vacant since June. Monticello Town Council Chair […]

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