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Lausier Residence Burglary

Lausier Residence Burglary

| March 11, 2015

Madawaska, Me – “In my career this is a low point. The person who did this had no morals or feelings. It is really sad for the family and the entire community to know that there are people like this,” said Chief Carrol Theriault of the Madawaska Police department. He was describing the burglary that took […]

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Bridal Show

Bridal Show

| March 7, 2015

Presque Isle, Me – The 6th annual Northern Maine Bridal Expo brought businesses in from all over the county, but it isn’t just about them. It is also about supporting a good cause, this year it is the American Red Cross of Aroostook County. “They do a lot for the community, they have actually helped pay […]

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Maine Forest Rangers

Maine Forest Rangers

| February 5, 2015

Aroostook County, Me – The Maine Forest Rangers are a long standing law enforcement body in Maine. That could soon be changing if Governor Paul Lepage’s proposed budget passes. This, according to Forestry Commissioner Walter Whitcomb, is to focus more on the forest, “Those in the department are very very anxious that we focus on […]

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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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Weather Tough for Some, Great for Others

Weather Tough for Some, Great for Others

| January 31, 2015

Presque Isle, Me – Quoggy Jo Ski Center is back in business after two big storm hit the county. This is only the second time this year they have been able to open. “We got two days in last year before Christmas break, and then we got one day in two weeks ago before the rain,” […]

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