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UMaine extension updates information on avian influenza for poultry producers

UMaine extension updates information on avian influenza for poultry producers

| June 9, 2015

ORONO, Maine — The University of Maine Extension has published updates on avian influenza information for poultry producers, which can be found by clicking here. Dr. Anne Lichtenwalner, associate professor of animal and veterinary sciences, University of Maine Cooperative Extension, has updated information about avian influenza (AI) in a bulletin for poultry producers. On June 8, the […]

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UMaine System freezes in-state tuition for fourth consecutive year

UMaine System freezes in-state tuition for fourth consecutive year

| May 19, 2015

“I was relieved, definitely,” said UMPI student Emma Ruff. Ruff pays for a good chunk of her University of Maine at Presque Isle tuition out of pocket. And so when she heard that for the fourth year in a row the University of Maine System trustees voted to freeze in-state tuition for its universities, it […]

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UMaine Fires Men’s Basketball Coach

UMaine Fires Men’s Basketball Coach

| April 14, 2014

  ORONO, Maine (AP) – The University of Maine says it is buying out the contract of its longtime men’s basketball coach and looking for a replacement. President Paul Ferguson says the university decided to replace Head Coach Ted Woodward after evaluating the program over several weeks. Woodard will be paid $113,800 over 13 months […]

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Mitch Worcester Adjusting to Division One Basketball

Mitch Worcester Adjusting to Division One Basketball

| November 26, 2013

It’s been quite an adjustment for UMaine basketball player Mitch Worcester… going from playing every game for the class D Washburn Beavers to being a redshirt freshman on the Division 1 UMaine men’s basketball team. It’s a decision he says was a pretty good one. “I think it’s for the better good,” said Worcester. “I […]

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Tigers Camp Taught by UMaine Players

Tigers Camp Taught by UMaine Players

| June 27, 2012

For twenty two years, Fort Fairfield has had girls from all across the state come to their week long basketball camp. And, in order to give their campers the best experience possible, they’ve invited Division one players to pass on their skills to the younger generation. News Source sports reporter Jenna Callari has more.

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