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20 September 2014

BENNINGTON, Vermont –Early goals by the University of Maine at Fort Kent put the visiting Bengals in charge en route to a 5-1 victory over the Southern Vermont College men’s soccer team at Everett Field Friday afternoon.

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20 September 2014

FORT KENT - The UMFK women’s volleyball team swept Machias in a doubleheader Friday night, in their first home match of the season.

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19 September 2014

MAINE - On Monday, Sept. 22, more than 1,000 moose hunters will enter the woods to embark on what many people call the hunt of a lifetime.

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18 September 2014

FORT KENT - The Valley ATV Riders have opened a new trail which is located off of North Perley Brook Road, and is approximately 1.9 miles in length. The trail bypasses an existing stretch of a 2,000 foot trail that the club closed off due to issues between the club and the landowner.

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18 September 2014

FORT KENT – Maine residents often hear about declines in university enrollment. But one Maine university, the University of Maine at Fort Kent (UMFK), is bucking the trend. University officials have announced that fall enrollments have reached a historic high of 1,342 students, surpassing the previous mark of 1,339 students set in 2006.

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18 September 2014

FORT KENT – The 2014 Lion’s Club golf scramble featured a field of 17 three-person teams despite cold weather conditions on Saturday, Sept. 13. The best ball scramble had first, second, and third-place prizes for both gross and net winners.

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18 September 2014

FORT KENT- Bangor Savings Bank is teaming up with Maine NASCAR Rookie, Austin Theriault to help promote Maine business and tourism nationally.

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17 September 2014

FORT KENT- The 10th Mountain Outdoor Club’s community Fall Foliage Hike and Bike event will take place on Sunday, Sept. 28.

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17 September 2014

FORT KENT - The University of Maine at Fort Kent women's volleyball team has a new coach, is fielding a roster of many new players, and all of the team members are playing far from home, but these apparent deficits are actually surprising benefits that have already helped the team win a major tournament in the first weeks of school.

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