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9 October 2015

MEDFORD, Massachusetts / Fort Kent, Maine – The University of Maine at Fort Kent Bengals (12-2) defeated the Fisher College Falcons (5-4-2) by a score of 8-1 in an NAIA-USCAA match-up Thursday, October 8, 2015, according to a Fisher College press release. The two teams met earlier in the season in Fort Kent, resulting in a 2-0 series win for UMFK.

8 October 2015

MAINE - A measure, which Rep. Roland “Danny” Martin introduced to legislature, to encourage registered snowmobilers from Canada to sled in Maine goes into effect October 15, 2015.

8 October 2015

FORT KENT, Maine - The Fort Kent Community High School boys and girls soccer teams hosted Caribou in Wednesday, October 7 games. The Warrior boys took down the Caribou Vikings 1-0. The girls fought hard but lost to Caribou 2-1.

6 October 2015

FORT KENT, Maine – A person or persons broke two windows and inexplicably opened another at the mechanism building of the Lonesome Pine Trails (LPT) ski resort in Fort Kent, according to LPT treasurer and long-time volunteer Danny Nicolas.

6 October 2015

ST. JOHN VALLEY - With the general bear hunting season still in full swing until the last weekend of November, tagging stations in the St. John Valley are reporting more than 120 bears harvested this fall, to date, in the Valley.

5 October 2015

ST. AGATHA, Maine - About 150 community members from St. Agatha and surrounding areas gathered Sunday, October 4 for a ribbon cutting to officially open the Richard and Carol Derosier Memorial Field.

5 October 2015

AROOSTOOK COUNTY - The following is the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife hunting report from October 2, 2015 for the Aroostook Region – Region G:

5 October 2015

FORT KENT, Maine - Both the Fort Kent Community High School girls' and boys' soccer teams beat visiting Calais on Saturday, October 3.

5 October 2015

FORT KENT / Lewiston, Maine - On Saturday, October 3, the University of Maine at Fort Kent women’s soccer team sent its seniors out on a high note as they won their final home game of the 2015 season, 9-1 against Albany College of Pharmacy. The women's soccer team (11-2) continued their dominance with a 6-2 win over Bates College (4-3-2) of the NESCAC, one of NCAA Division III's top conferences, on Sunday afternoon, October 4.

4 October 2015

STATESVILLE, North Carolina - According to a press release from Brad Keselowski Racing on Sunday, October 4, 2015: "Racing driver Austin Theriault was transported to University Medical Center in Las Vegas during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Theriault underwent a comprehensive CT scan of the upper body, which showed a 10 percent compression fracture of the lower back. Theriault was released and will travel back to North Carolina where he will follow up with an orthopedic specialist for further treatment. No further updates are expected today."

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