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Caribou Police Setting Up Safety Checkpoint

Caribou Police Setting Up Safety Checkpoint

| June 28, 2013

The Caribou Police Department is concerned about people operating under the influence. After already making a few arrests this summer, they’re getting ahead of the game this weekend. News Source 8’s Katie Zarrilli reports.   Caribou Police Contact Information: (207) 493-3301 25 High St  Caribou, ME 04736  

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Teens Encouraging Prom Safety Among Peers

Teens Encouraging Prom Safety Among Peers

| May 24, 2013

Prom season is in full swing. But before your teens leave the house DRESSED TO KILL, make sure they understand the DO’s and DON’T’s of prom safety so that THEY and NO ONE ELSE gets put in harm’s way.  As Shawn Cunningham reports, prom is supposed to be a night they’ll remember, but for the […]

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Christmas Decorating Safety Tips

Christmas Decorating Safety Tips

| November 27, 2012

‘Tis the season to start putting up those wreaths, lights, and of course the Christmas tree. But while decorating your house may make it look festive and bright- there’s a couple of things one needs to keep in mind. News Source 8’s Jenna Callari has a few rules to follow this holiday season to keep your […]

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Hunting Safety Course

Hunting Safety Course

| September 22, 2012

Pretty soon the woods will be a little more packed- as hunters prepare for the upcoming season. For some, it’ll be their first time out and a course offered right in Presque Isle aims to teach new hunters all the safety measures they need to take. News Source 8 sports reporter Jenna Callari has more.

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News Source Focus: Camping Safety

News Source Focus: Camping Safety

| July 31, 2012

Time to wrap up July’s News Source Focus series on Summer Safety. Over the past two weeks, we’ve featured boating, swimming and ATV riding. Tonight our Jenna Callari is hitting the campgrounds to tell us what should be on every camper’s list and what you should keep in mind about critters and campfires.

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