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Update: Three County People Injured in Fatal Crash on Interstate

Update: Three County People Injured in Fatal Crash on Interstate

| June 8, 2015

A fatal car crash Sunday on Interstate 95 in Howland involved three people from St. Agatha.  According to the Maine State Police, Elaine Butkus of Massachusetts pulled into the breakdown lane on I95.  Witnesses saw Butkus’ vehicle backing up before coming to a stop.  She then made an abrupt left hand turn across two lanes […]

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St. Agatha Still Without Ambulance Service, Volunteer Staff Needed

St. Agatha Still Without Ambulance Service, Volunteer Staff Needed

| April 16, 2015

Over a year ago, three towns, St. Agatha, Frenchville and Sinclair, lost their ambulance service due to a lack of volunteers. The service is now being provided by Fort Kent, but people in all three towns are hoping to get their service back. Especially Alicia Bois. “My nerves were shot, I had major anxiety. My baby […]

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State Police Seeking Information About Damaged St. Agatha Telephone Pole

State Police Seeking Information About Damaged St. Agatha Telephone Pole

| April 11, 2015

  Police are seeking information concerning damage to a telephone pole in St. Agatha. On Thursday, Emera of Maine reported damage to one of their telephone poles at the intersection of the Cleveland Rd and Guerrette Rd in St. Agatha.  According to police, sometime recently someone had cut a notch out of a telephone pole […]

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St. Agatha area residents dissatisfied with ambulance service

St. Agatha area residents dissatisfied with ambulance service

| March 26, 2015

“In the case of an emergency, it can seem like the difference in life or death sometimes,” said St. Agatte town manager Christy Sirois. Residents in and around St. Agatha aren’t satisfied with the area’s ambulance service. For about a year now, the towns of St. Agatha, Frenchville, and Sinclair have been receiving ambulance service […]

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After devastating fire, owners of RF Chamberland thankful for community support

After devastating fire, owners of RF Chamberland thankful for community support

| November 25, 2014

“It’s quite a feeling when you wake up in the middle of the night with your pager and you see a ball of flames rolling out of your garage that has built your business to what it is today,” said Mark Chamberland, president of RF Chamberland Inc. He and his brother Dale are emotional, but determined. […]

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