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UMFK Biomass Project Moving Along, Might Fuel Buildings As Early As Next Month

| January 22, 2014

Efforts to complete UMFK’s multimillion dollar biomass project are ON SCHEDULE according to university officials. So much so, some campus buildings could start to receive heat from the wood pellet fuel project as early as next month.  Construction crews are working hard to get UMFK’s MASSIVE biomass project at the Fort Kent Armory, up and […]

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Higher Education Institutions Recommit to Aroostook Aspirations Initiative

| January 13, 2014

Its been a year since Aroostook Aspirations launched to tackle the issue of youth outmigration and a struggling county workforce as a result of it. Since their launch…many schools, county businesses and economic development groups have jumped on board the initiative’s bandwagon. Now a new announcement that will help further their cause. County high school […]

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What Does A Yes Vote Mean For UMFK On Tue. Nov 5 Ballot?

| November 5, 2013

The November 5th ballot will include a bond question on educational and employment opportunities for the 7 University of Maine campuses. Students are aware of the increasing jobs in nursing and engineering. And Universities want those students to get the best education they can in those fields. Chancellor of the UMaine System James Page says, “we’ve […]

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UMFK Women’s Soccer Team Crowned 2013 USCAA National Champions

| November 4, 2013

The UMFK women’s soccer team are the new USCAA National Champions, while the UMFK men’s team lost in their championship game. Rene Cloukey wraps up his week-long report.

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UMFK Soccer Teams Earn Spots in National Championship

| November 1, 2013

The UMFK men’s and women’s soccer teams competing in the USCAA National Tournament. Rene is traveling with the teams and has highlights from Friday’s semifinal games.

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