22 October 2014

FORT KENT - On Oct. 29, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., Northern Maine Medical Center (NMMC) and the St. John Valley Technology Center (SJVTC) will act out a simulated disaster scenario as an exercise in emergency preparedness.

21 October 2014

FORT KENT- Northern Maine Medical Center (NMMC) staff are actively reviewing the hospital's infection prevention and control policies and procedures as they apply to the management of a possible Ebola outbreak.

21 October 2014

FORT KENT - On Thursday, Oct. 17, the Fort Kent Rotary hosted a "Welcome Educators" night at the Swamp Buck Restaurant.

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.

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.

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.

17 October 2014

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.

17 October 2014

ST. DAVID- Kindergarten students from the Madawaska Elementary School took a special field trip to St. David on Sept. 23: the place, Morin Farms; the reason, potatoes.

16 October 2014

MADAWASKA - A deteriorating trailer sits in limbo while Madawaska residents Clifford and Elaine Dionne work to resolve the issue of either moving or disposing of a trailer which has a lien on it.

16 October 2014

FORT KENT-The recently opened Market Street Co-op in Fort Kent is growing by leaps and bounds, like the locally grown and organic produce the young business offers to customers; this Friday the co-op will keep its doors open for something else new, an evening of homegrown coffeehouse entertainment.

16 October 2014

MADAWASKA- Organizers of the Madawaska Christmas Light Parade are looking for entries for the annual event's fourth incarnation, which will take place at 6 p.m. on Nov. 28.

16 October 2014

MAINE- The state of Maine has receivesd $35 million in federal funds from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to help families with energy costs.

15 October 2014

ST. FRANCIS– Members of the SAD 27 school board voted unanimously to raise the price of student lunches at a meeting of the board held on Tuesday, Oct. 14, at the St. Francis Elementary School.

15 October 2014

ST. AGATHA - Many communities throughout Aroostook County will be participating in Heidi's Hope public service events on Oct. 18, including St Agatha, which will be buzzing with activity as middle and high school students complete an impressive variety of projects as part of the first of its kind Heidi’s Hope Serve-a-Thon.

15 October 2014

MAINE– Members of the University of Maine System Board of Trustees affirmed on Oct.15 that the University of Southern Maine would continue to operate its three campuses in Portland, Gorham and Lewiston-Auburn as the university moves forward with its academic alignment initiative and transition to the Metropolitan University Model.

15 October 2014

AROOSTOOK COUNTY- TAMC will partner with AARP Maine for a Community Lunch and Learn / Healthy Aging Luncheon set for Monday, Oct. 27, at the Caribou Inn and Convention Center.

15 October 2014

MAINE- Financial website WalletHub reports that student debt in Maine ranks as some of the worst in the nation.

15 October 2014

FORT KENT- Sandra San Antonio announced on Oct. 3 that Chelsie Chasse, Receptionist and Coder at Northern Maine Medical Center, has completed advanced training as a Certified Professional Coder (CPC).

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