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30 July 2014

MAINE - A conflict over ethics between Gov. Paul LePage and a member of the Maine Public Utilities Commission is settled in the short term, but threatens to produce more controversy over the long term.

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30 July 2014

MADAWASKA – The revised Madawaska School Budget for 2014-2015 failed to gather enough votes to pass at the polls on Tuesday, July 30. A total of 206 voters cast their ballots in favor of the budget, while 234 chose against it, according to Madawaska Superintendent Ginette Albert.

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29 July 2014

VAN BUREN - Lydia M. Gillis and Joshua L. O. Curtis Sr. of Van Buren are proud to announce the birth of their son, Ryker Odies Ray Gillis.

Ryker was born on June 12, 2014 at the Cary Medical Center.

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29 July 2014

VAN BUREN - Shawna LaPointe and Travis Theriault of Van Buren are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Ryder Tinleigh Theriault.

Ryder was born on June 12, 2014 at the Cary Medical Center.

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29 July 2014

FRENCHVILLE - Mindy Chamberland and Shawn Boutot of Frenchville are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Aleah Ann Boutot. .

Aleah was born on March 21, 2014 at the Cary Medical Center.

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29 July 2014

VAN BUREN - Kyla Caron and Ryan O’Neal of Van Buren are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Grace Lynn Rita O'Neal.

Grace was born on March 18, 2014 at the Cary Medical Center.

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29 July 2014

FORT KENT - Lee Ann and Troy Clayton Babin of Fort Kent are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Keira Lou Babin. Keira was born on July 29, 2014 at the Northern Maine Medical Center. 

Maternal grandparents are Carroll and Debbie Bossie of New Canada. Paternal grandparents are Clayton and Lorraine Babin of Fort Kent.

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29 July 2014

AUGUSTA – A measure that Maine State Senate Majority Leader Troy Jackson of Allagash sponsored will help increase dental access in under-served areas, will go into effect on Friday.

“The law will help young dentists and rural Mainer’s alike by allowing young dentists to pay off their student loans and give folks in rural areas like Aroostook County access to the dental care they need and deserve,” Jackson said. “It’s a good thing for everybody.”

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29 July 2014
PIXIE - This is Pixie. She is a petite and pretty cat with unusual markings. Pixie is affectionate toward her people, but she is self-sufficient. She has lived with dogs and is dog friendly; however, she does not do well with other cats. She is in excellent health, has been spayed and is current on her vaccinations for rabies and distemper.
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29 July 2014

FORT KENT - The Fort Kent Knights of Columbus have announced the winner of their ongoing lotto fundraiser for the week of July 28.

This week's Super 50 Lotto winner is Ellery "Arms" Labbe of Fort Kent. Labbe won a total of $438.

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29 July 2014

MAINE - In preparation for the fall 2014 election season, the Maine Council of Churches has begun the process of lending its voice to the issue of civil discourse in public and political life with its Covenant for Civil Discourse.

In its “Covenant for Civil Discourse,” the Maine Council of Churches states that, “A flourishing democracy requires rigorous public debate that includes freedom of expression for all points of view. For such debate to serve the ends of democracy and the common good it must be rooted in an environment of mutual respect and honesty.”

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29 July 2014

DALLAS - Special agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and inspectors with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service arrested a man from Rowlett, Texas on a criminal complaint charging an offense stemming from hundreds of white powder hoax letters he allegedly mailed from North Texas, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney Sarah R. Saldaña of the Northern District of Texas. Fort Kent Elementary School received one of those letters in 

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29 July 2014

To the Editor,

The members of the Northern Maine Medical Center Medical Staff wish to express our disappointment regarding your recent articles with regard to the actions of the NMMC Board of Trustees and our CEO, Peter Sirois. Your recent articles, in addition to unnecessarily publicizing sensitive information about a patient visit to our emergency room, inaccurately reflect the current status of NMMC.

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28 July 2014

AUGUSTA - According to Maine Treasurer Neria Douglass, Maine residents are receiving postcards from a Colorado address—promising to return unclaimed property to rightful owners—that are not from the Office of the State Treasurer.

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28 July 2014

MADAWASKA – The legendary singer, fiddler, songwriter Doug Kershaw will perform and present the story of his life during a visit to the Inn of Acadia in Madawaska on Aug. 12 and 13. Kershaw will also host a booth during the Madawaska Mega Arts and Crafts Fair at the Madawaska Middle-High School during the Congres Mondial Acadien.

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28 July 2014

Monday, July 28, 2014 – Sunday, Aug. 3, 2014

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28 July 2014

MAPLETON- On Friday, July 25, at approximately 2 a.m., the Houlton Regional Communications Center received a 911 call from a Bangor Daily News delivery driver, who reported that several men and a woman threatened him and his wife at gunpoint and chased them in a red 2004 Pontiac Grand Am on Route 163.

Sen. Susan Collins
25 July 2014

A year after a freight train carrying more than a million gallons of crude oil derailed—killing 47 people in the small, picturesque town of Lac-Megantic, Quebec, which is beginning to heal. The devastation was unimaginable, the loss was unthinkable, and the wounds are still very raw for the residents of this town, just 30 miles from the western Maine border, and for people in our state and around the world.

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25 July 2014

To the Editor,

This letter is to share how Chief Carroll Theriault was falsely accused by his tribe members for stealing monies from the tribe. The accusations were publicly brought forth to the Maine Attorney General, St. John Valley community, and the Wesget-Sipu Tribe.

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