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30 January 2015

FORT KENT - The following are the high school alpine race results from Lonesome Pine Trails in Fort Kent on Wednesday, January 28, 2015:

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30 January 2015

FORT KENT- Each month, Valley Rivers Middle School (VRMS) recognizes those students who show exceptional character, leadership, and citizenship.

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29 January 2015

FORT KENT - When Patty Michaud of Fort Kent woke up one morning last September and realized she had lost a Mother's ring passed down to her from her late grandmother, she was heartbroken.

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29 January 2015

FORT KENT – On Wednesday, Jan. 28, students from seven area middle schools competed in the first cross country skiing meet of the season at the Fort Kent Outdoor Center.

 

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29 January 2015

NORTHERN MAINE- The National Weather Service in Caribou (NWS) has issued a winter storm warning which will affect the region late Thursday night, Jan. 29, through Saturday, Jan. 31.

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29 January 2015

HERMON MOUNTAIN / St. John Valley– The newly established Valley Racing Team alpine skiers made an impressive showing at Hermon Mountain on Sunday, Jan. 25.

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29 January 2015

NORTHERN MAINE - The Caribou Parks & Recreation Department released the following Official Snowmobile Trail Report on Jan. 28, 2015:

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28 January 2015

FORT KENT - Norman “Kutch” Boucher, 80, entered his eternal rest peacefully on January 26, 2015 at his home surrounded by loved ones. Norman was born in Fort Kent, Maine on September 26, 1934, the son of Albert and Melvina (Dejardins) Boucher.

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28 January 2015

FRENCHVILLE – Students at Dr. Levesque Elementary School (DLES) are participating in a fundraiser to purchase farm animals for a needy family in Sudan, Africa.

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28 January 2015

ST. JOHN VALLEY – According to a report the National Weather Service issued on January 28, another winter storm will hit this region early Friday morning night and keep dumping the flakes on northern Maine through Saturday.

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28 January 2015

CARLINGFORD, New Brunswick- On January 26, officers of the RCMP charged a 23-year-old Grand Falls man with impaired driving and firearms related offenses stemming from a traffic stop on Route 190 in Carlingford, New Brunswick, which is five miles east of Fort Fairfield, Maine.

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28 January 2015

FORT KENT –Shortly after 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 27, Officer Michael DeLena of the Fort Kent Police Department responded to a call of a possible intoxicated patron at a local convenience store.

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28 January 2015

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27 January 2015

FORT KENT – In keeping with the Fort Kent Police Department's philosophy of community policing, Chief Tom Pelletier met with a group of men at Crosswinds Residential Care on Thursday, Jan. 22, where he discussed police procedures and some local police history with the group.

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27 January 2015

FORT KENT – On Monday, Jan. 26, a two-car accident caused extensive damage to both vehicles involved, according to Fort Kent Police Chief Tom Pelletier.

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27 January 2015

SAINT JOHN VALLEY- The following is a list of Saint John Valley school sporting events for the week of Jan. 26 - Feb. 1, 2015:

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27 January 2015

FORT KENT – University of Maine at Fort Kent (UMFK) students took some time out of their busy study schedules Tuesday, Jan. 20, to participate in a recruitment event held by the Kappa Rho chapter of the nationally affiliated Kappa Delta Phi sorority, during which the prospective sisters wrote letters of support and encouragement to soldiers stationed overseas.

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27 January 2015

AROOSTOOK COUNTY - The University of Maine Cooperative Extension invites all gardening enthusiasts who would like to share their gardening knowledge with the community to consider joining the Aroostook County Master Gardeners Program in the spring of 2015.

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27 January 2015

MAINE - With a major winter storm bearing down on Maine, Maine Emergency Management Agency is reminding Mainers to put safety first and help their neighbors weather the storm.

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