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Linda Schott Inaugurated as UMPI’s 11th President

Linda Schott Inaugurated as UMPI’s 11th President

| September 13, 2013

From tiny tots to lifelong learners, the University of Maine at Presque Isle’s Gentile Hall was full of smiling faces for the inauguration of the university’s president, Linda K Schott. Barb Blackstone, Chair of the Faculty Assembly, says “It’s exciting to have a president that’s so engaged with moving us forward..and I think its an opportunity for […]

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Wise Women Exhibit

Wise Women Exhibit

| September 11, 2013

“I can still remember what it feels like to love with all of my heart”,  These words were spoken by Elva Ezarra.  She is just one of the many women whose photograph is hung at world renowned photographer Jocyce Tenneson’s Wise Women exhibit.. Tenneson says, “all of my portraits really, attempt to show the soul […]

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Upcoming Education to Industry Summit

Upcoming Education to Industry Summit

| July 31, 2013

Education and building a strong work force go hand in hand; that’s why the Aroostook Partnership for Progress has made plans for an ” Education to Industry Summit” to encourage an open discussion amongst employers, students, and educators to discuss issues and brainstorm solutions. A lot of students educated here don’t end up staying and […]

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Preview of the 2nd Annual Tri-Aroostook

Preview of the 2nd Annual Tri-Aroostook

| June 28, 2013

The sport of triathlon is making its way back to Presque Isle on June 29th, as more than 120 competitors will test their endurance and athleticism. News Source 8 sports reporter Jenna Callari has a preview of this year’s event.

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UMPI Grad Finalist for Maine Young and Free Spokester

UMPI Grad Finalist for Maine Young and Free Spokester

| June 12, 2013

A young woman from the county is looking to become the next young spokester for Maine’s credit unions, and she needs your help. News Source 8′s Katie Zarrilli introduces us to Taylor Ussery and tells us what we can do to see her achieve her goal.

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