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27 May 2016

MADAWASKA, Maine - More than 50 Four Seasons Trails Association volunteers cleaned and sorted 280 pounds of strawberries at the group’s Spring Street lodge Thursday afternoon, May 18, to prepare for their Annual Strawberry Shortcake fundraiser.

25 May 2016

FORT KENT, Maine / Upper Madawaska, New Brunswick - The Upper Madawaska Panthers hockey players will be swapping their sticks for golf clubs on Saturday, June 11 at the Fort Kent Golf Club - and they're looking for local golfers to join their second tournament.

24 May 2016

CARIBOU / Fort Kent, Maine - Aroostook County supremacy in track and field was up for grabs Thursday, May 19, 2016 in Caribou.

24 May 2016

ST. JOHN VALLEY - This year marks the 32nd anniversary of the Maine Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. Local law enforcement members from local, state and federal agencies will be running June 8, 2016 along U.S. Route 1 through the St. John Valley.

24 May 2016

MADAWASKA, Maine - The Southern Aroostook High School Warriors took advantage of three walks and three errors in the sixth inning, Saturday, May 21, to score five runs and pull ahead en route to a win against Madawaska Middle/High School Owls.

24 May 2016

VAN BUREN, Maine - The Van Buren girls' Crusaders tennis squad improved to 5-2 following a doubleheader match against Woodland, Saturday, May 21.

23 May 2016

NORTH CAROLINA - Klixel8, a Maine company, was to be the primary sponsor for Fort Kent native Austin Theriault’s No. 2 truck during the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 from the Charlotte Motor Speedway Saturday, May 21; however, Theriault did not compete in the race because qualifying was rained out Friday and the Klixel8 Ford truck he was driving for Brad Keselowski Racing had not been in enough Truck Series starts to gain a position Saturday.

20 May 2016

MADAWASKA, Maine - Supporters of the Four Seasons Trail Association have an opportunity to make a 12-year dream come true, by taking part in the “Buy an Acre” campaign.

20 May 2016

FORT KENT / St. Agatha, Maine - The Warriors’ nine-run second inning against the Wisdom Pioneers, Thursday, May 19, carried the girls’ softball team to their first win of the season, 11-9. The Fort Kent boys defeated Wisdom, 11-1.
Macey Thibodeau drove in two runs with two base hits to lead the way for Fort Kent.

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