Local sports
26 March 2015

FORT KENT – The annual Equipment and Packer Fund Raffle held at Lonesome Pine Trails (LPT) in Fort Kent on Saturday, March 14 brought in $5,000 for the ski resort, and nobody was happier than LPT Mountain Manager Darold Bossie.

25 March 2015

FORT KENT – Steve Pelletier, director of planning and economic development for the town of Fort Kent, has successfully petitioned the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry for grant monies to be utilized for the maintenance and restoration of town land. The two grants for which Pelletier applied on behalf of the town include the Project Canopy Assistance grant and the Recreational Trail grant.

25 March 2015

FORT KENT - As the editor over here at the Fiddlehead Focus, one of my many tasks is to format the website to archive stories in relevant categories, so I am choosing to put my little piece about last Friday's Mother/Son dance in the sports category.

23 March 2015

FORT KENT – Excitement filled the welcomed warm air at the Lonesome Pine Trails (LPT) on the first day of spring, Saturday, March 21, when the popular Fort Kent ski resort hosted the LPT Ski Invitational ski race.

23 March 2015

ST. JOHN VALLEY - The following Valley school sporting events will take place Monday, March 23 through Sunday, March 29, 2015.

23 March 2015

MADAWASKA – Approximately 33 adults and eight children took part in the 2015 Acadia FCU Marathon on Saturday, March 21, at the 4 Seasons Trail Association lodge in Madawaska.

20 March 2015

FORT KENT – Coaches and community members gathered to recognize student athletes from Fort Kent Community High School's (FKCHS) winter sports programs at an awards ceremony held at the school on Wednesday evening, March 18.

20 March 2015

FORT KENT –  The 7th Annual Youth Voices Basketball Game fundraiser held Thursday evening, March 19, at the Fort Kent Community High School (FKCHS) gymnasium scored big on hilarity and awareness.

19 March 2015

MAINE - With 2,300 ponds, 32,000 miles of streams and rivers, and over 3,000 miles of coastline, the state of Maine offers many opportunities for recreational boating; however, with only 500 assured public recreational boat access sites, more needs to be done to ensure the public has adequate access to these waters.

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