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Quebec Communities Named Part of Grand Riviere Region…Now Will Share in Upcoming World Acadian Congress Celebration

Quebec Communities Named Part of Grand Riviere Region…Now Will Share in Upcoming World Acadian Congress Celebration

| April 10, 2014

Excitement about the upcoming World Acadian Congress is building. Today a caravan of Canadian dignitaries were in Van Buren getting a preview of what other tourists will get when they arrive for the Congress this summer. They ARRIVED as tourists, and as Shawn Cunningham reports THEY LEFT entirely changed. Pleasantries and proclamations were exchanged as […]

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Stolen Truck Recovered

Stolen Truck Recovered

| January 27, 2014

State and municipal law enforcement were on the lookout late Saturday evening for a blue 2013 Volvo bob tail truck tractor stolen from Van Buren that same evening.  The vehicle was believed to be traveling South from Van Buren.  Later that same evening, at approximately 12:50 a.m., Tpr. Rob Flynn encountered the vehicle on Route 1 […]

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Parise Rossignol Hits 2,000 Point Mark

Parise Rossignol Hits 2,000 Point Mark

| December 18, 2013

It was a night that Van Buren senior Parise Rossignol will never forget. A night where she added her name to the record books. “It was obviously in the back of my mind going into this game,” said Rossignol. “I was thinking, what if I don’t get it today… Everyone is expecting me to get […]

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Van Buren Benefitting From Nearby Port of Entry

Van Buren Benefitting From Nearby Port of Entry

| August 7, 2013

Northern Maine Paving is one of newest businesses to make Van Buren home. The company thought the town was a great location and fit for their business particularly because of its close proximity to the new port of entry. Dan LaPointe is the Van Buren Director Of Economic and Community Development and says “I think […]

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Van Buren Vegetable Processing Plant set to open this fall

Van Buren Vegetable Processing Plant set to open this fall

| June 24, 2013

A five year project to relocate a business from Limestone to Van Buren is closer to fruition. Shawn Cunningham has an update of the opening of the Northern Girl vegetable processing plant and how it will help economic development in that community.

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