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19 October 2014

WATERVILLE / Fort Kent - On Sunday, Oct. 11, the Northern Region of the Maine Sports Legends Hall of Honors inducted Fort Kent's Larry Murphy into the Hall of Honors at the Alfond Youth Center in Waterville.

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19 October 2014

AROOSTOOK COUNTY- The growing season has ended and the potato harvest is nearly complete, but agriculture is still a hot topic for economic development officials.

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19 October 2014

PRESQUE ISLE- The University of Maine at Presque Isle will host a Winter Weather Sky Clue & Safety Workshop with WAGM Chief Meteorologist Ted Shapiro on Saturday, Oct. 25 from 2 to 4 p.m. in Folsom Hall Room 105.

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19 October 2014

FORT KENT– The University of Maine at Fort Kent Alumni Association, in conjunction with the Fort Kent Senior Center Club, will host the fourth annual Acadian Kitchen Party on Friday, Oct. 24, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Fort Kent Senior Center.

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ST. FRANCIS- The Walking (and Biking) School Bus returns to St. Francis Elementary School this fall, starting with an event Wednesday, Oct. 22, where students will be able to get a little exercise before school.

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AROOSTOOK COUNTY– The Aroostook Medical Center welcomed the following special deliveries born at the AR Gould Memorial Hospital in Presque Isle during the months of August and September 2014.

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MADAWASKA– Brenda and Bill Levesque of Madawaska are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Bella Rose Levesque. Bella was born on Sept. 22 at The Aroostook Medical Center.

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19 October 2014

MADAWASKA - The Madawaska Board of Select People have released
the meeting agenda set for Tuesday, Oct. 21, at 4:30 p.m.

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18 October 2014

FORT KENT - The Fort Kent Community High School Lady Warriors soccer team shut out the Fort Fairfield Tigers 3 - 0 in soccer action on Friday, October 17 in Fort Kent with the help of Senior Erin Chasse who scored two goals and an assist to help the Warriors notch the win over Fort Fairfield Friday night.

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17 October 2014

MADAWASKA– The Maine Better Transportation Association (MBTA) has selected Mill Street in Madawaska as a runner-up in its annual Worst Road in Maine Contest.

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MADAWASKA- District courts have lifted charges against Madawaska resident Randy Gendreau and deferred charges against Shelly Gendreau, who were fighting for their right to keep what authorities had deemed a dangerous dog.

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FORT KENT - Fort Kent Police arrested two individuals for unrelated criminal complaints on Thursday, Oct. 16: the first, 19 year old Adam Bouchard of Fort Kent, for criminal threatening related to an Oct. 6 incident where the young man, intoxicated, allegedly pulled a pellet gun on a Fort Kent police officer; and the second, 43 year old Jerry Hayes of Frenchville, for failure to pay court ordered fines.

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MAINE- The Maine Farm Bureau has published the results of a questionnaire asking Maine House and Senate candidates a series of questions relating to agricultural issues likely to come before the next session of the Legislature.

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MAINE- The decision to travel with a pet - particularly on an extended road trip - is one that requires a good deal of consideration; but TripsWithPets.com is easing the decision-making by posing questions to pet owners to help them ensure their pet's ultimate comfort and well-being.

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PRESQUE ISLE - The University of Maine at Presque Isle welcomed 17 new employees in the first part of the 2014-2015 academic year, including new professors and professional staffers.

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PRESQUE ISLE - The University of Maine at Presque Isle’s ART 101 Basic Design class is participating in a campus-wide project to make their statement on the University, albeit temporary.

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Our Democracy has now endured for 237 years: basically due to the separation of Church & State in our Constitutional First Amendment. We had wise forefathers. We have one state and many different religions, all free to practice and believe what they want side-by-side, protected by the First Amendment.

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FRENCHVILLE- Three students from the Dr. Levesque Elementary School in Frenchville, along with help from their principal, have embarked on a yearlong project to raise money for the Edgar J. Paradis Cancer Fund.

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