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TAMC holds benefit for Nepal Earthquake Relief

TAMC holds benefit for Nepal Earthquake Relief

| June 5, 2015

“We don’t know why these disasters happen. But we know that God likes to use people and so he’s using us as a TAMC family to reach out and band together and show our love and support.” Registered nurse Mitzi McKenney may not have been directly affected by the devastating Nepal earthquakes recently — but […]

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Local Nepal Natives React to the Earthquake

Local Nepal Natives React to the Earthquake

| May 1, 2015

Aroostook County, Me – “It is painful, It is a huge disaster and I don’t think that my country was ready for the amount of damage that was caused in this quake,” UMFK Professor Krishna Kahple is describing how he feels about the devastating earthquake that hit his home country of Nepal. Over 6,000 people have been confirmed […]

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Smoking Series Part Four: Beat The Pack Program Is Helping Smokers Kick The Habit

Smoking Series Part Four: Beat The Pack Program Is Helping Smokers Kick The Habit

| March 6, 2015

All weeklong Shawn Cunningham has been reporting on the dangers of smoking and local resources available to help people commit to quit. Tonight in part four of the series, we profile a new smoking cessation program in the county, that’s helping people quit their smoking habit once and for all. “I feel stress right now, […]

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World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day

| February 4, 2015

Aroostook County  –  While World Cancer Day was recognized around the globe as a day of raising cancer awareness, prevention, detection and treatment, some organizations joined together to put a local spin on the event.  TAMC, ACAP/Healthy Aroostook and Daigle Oil Company collaborated to stress the importance of having regular life-saving mammograms, while Crown Emergency […]

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

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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