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Easton Getting Set To Hold Communitywide Revaluation of Homes and Businesses…Has Not Been Done In 22 Years

| January 30, 2015

Easton residents will be seeing an increase in their taxes. Town officials say its unavoidable. Shawn Cunningham explains why. Easton Easton residents will be getting a visitor who is going door to door through the summer. Its not AVON calling, but a home assessor. Every Easton home is set to be revalued, a process that […]

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Cleanup Begins On Latest Winter Storm

| January 28, 2015

Cleanup was a big part of the day for many folks throughout the county. Most people got an early start on cleaning out driveways and roadways even before the sun came up. Shawn Cunningham reports on the DIG OUT the DAY AFTER the big storm. Presque Isle At 9AM, Kirk Carroll and his staff are […]

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People Stocking Up On Food And Supplies Preparing For Winter Storm

| January 28, 2015

Plenty of folks were out and about stocking up on food and supplies preparing for the storm.Shawn Cunningham reports on stocking up to STAY IN. 00:00 Presque Isle Jim Greenier’s buying all these groceries preparing to hunker down indoors over the next couple of days. Jim Greenier Food Shopping In Preparation for Storm says “oh […]

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Northern Maine Community College ONLY Community College In Maine To Receive State SHAPE Award

| January 22, 2015

Northern Maine Community College stands alone in an unusual designation. Shawn Cunningham explains how NMCC has gotten into TIP TOP SHAPE over the past ten years. Presque Isle Northern Maine Community College can now add another award to their wall of honor. NMCC is now a Maine Department of Labor SHAPE award winner, for ensuring […]

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Maine Potato Conference Happening in Caribou

| January 22, 2015

Pesticide control…the future of bees, and marketing potatoes as a healthy vegetable. Those were just a few of the topics at this year’s Maine Potato Conference in Caribou. Shawn Cunningham reports on changes affecting the potato industry and how growers can be power players in Augusta and Washington D.C. Presque Isle To a packed audience […]

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