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Marden’s Donates More Than Two Hundred Quilts and Warm Blankets to Two County Hospitals As Part Of Project Linus

| January 12, 2015

Well kind hearts are helping to keep some of the most vulnerable people warm this winter. Thanks to a project inspired by a Peanuts character. Mardens stores have been collecting warm blankets and quilts as part of Project Linus for more than two years. Shawn Cunningham reports on the delivery of quilts to some NEW […]

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Medical Monday 1.5.15: Keeping The New Year Resolution Of Getting Fit

| January 5, 2015

A New Year and many people have resolved to get in shape. It’s the number one resolution people make every year…and the hardest to keep. In this week’s Medical Monday, Shawn Cunningham reports on a few simple tips that will help you stick to your resolution all year long. 00:07 Presque Isle These people at […]

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Darrell Crandall New Aroostook County Sheriff…Sworn in Same Day As Father Fifty Years Ago…

| January 2, 2015

There’s a new sheriff is in town. But its not a new face to the county community or local law enforcement for that matter. Shawn Cunningham reports on how some people are just destined to do certain jobs. 00:00 Houlton (nat. Sound of swearing in ceremony…Crandall taking oath) (nats. of applause) And with those words, […]

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Top Ten Northern Maine and Western New Brunswick Stories of 2014 Part Two

| January 1, 2015

A New Year has begun, but we’re still reflecting on the local stories that impacted our lives and communities. Shawn Cunningham continues her countdown to number one…of the top stories we covered in 2014. Let’s see if your predictions agree with ours. 2014 was an exciting year of local coverage for Newssource 8. Continuing our […]

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Top Ten Northern Maine/Western New Brunswick Coverage Stories of 2014

| December 31, 2014

As we countdown to the start of a New Year, it brings to mind all the things we’ve done throughout 2014. We at Newssource 8 got to thinking about all the stories that we covered this past year. Some we’ll never forget, some got national attention and some were just small reminders of what makes […]

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