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Bowdoin Student from Presque Isle Fulfills Internship in Maine Senator Susan Collins’ Office

| August 29, 2014

Washington, D.C. –Thomas Freeman of Presque Isle is finishing an internship in Senator Collins’ Aroostook County Constituent Service Center, in Caribou, after having successfully served as an intern during the summer. “Thomas’ hard work and enthusiasm during his time as an intern in my Aroostook County Constituent Service Center were greatly appreciated,” said Senator Collins. […]

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New Refurbished Buildings and Apartments In Downtown Presque Isle Could Revitalize District To Attract New Families and Businesses

| August 27, 2014

Presque Isle City officials are touting a building refurbishment project to attract new residents and new business to the downtown district. Shawn Cunningham has more on the revitalization renaissance taking place. Some of these old buildings in Presque Isle are getting a makeover top to bottom…inside and out. City officials are hoping that could MAKE […]

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Shoplifting Spree in Presque Isle Lands One Local Man Behind Bars

| August 27, 2014

A man is in police custody tonight after a daylong crime spree that ended with a foot and car chase in Presque Isle. Shawn Cunningham has more on what really motivated one man to steal? Marden’s in Presque Isle is a lot quieter than it was just 24 hours ago. Monday afternoon this Marden’s parking […]

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11th Annual Crown of Maine Balloon Fest is Underway

| August 21, 2014

Various colors and patterns flying anywhere from tree height up to 3,000 feet, guided by the wind. I’m talking about hot air balloons. They’ll be taking over the skies for the 11th Annual Crown of Maine Balloon Fest. “We have 12 balloons involved in the festival, plus we’ve got a couple other pilots that fly […]

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A Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Event at the Braden Theater in Presque Isle

| August 14, 2014

These kids are filing into Braden theater, to view the Disney Classic, Mary Poppins. This is part of a fundraiser put on by the Aroostook Partners in the Arts. “The money then goes back into the community to bring local artists and local art themed events to local schools. So these fundraisers are a way […]

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