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4 March 2015

UNIONTOWN, Pennsylvania / Fort Kent, Maine - Five University of Maine at Fort Kent (UMFK) Bengals were honored Tuesday night, March 2, at the USCAA Basketball National Championship banquet in Uniontown, PA.

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4 March 2015

FORT KENT – When Fiddlehead Focus Publisher Andrew Birden took flight with pilot Cody Anderson on Saturday, Feb. 27, seeking spectacular overhead views of the Can-Am International Sled Dog Races in Fort Kent, he discovered giant crop-circle-esque symbols printed in the snow at Riverside Park.

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4 March 2015

FORT KENT – The 23rd annual Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog Races came to a close on Tuesday, March 3, following five days of excitement and camaraderie which brought more than 1,000 spectators out to cheer on mushers and their teams of sled dogs from all across the country.

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3 March 2015

NORTHERN MAINE / St. David - The Madawaska Snowmobile Club (MSC) will host its first Snowmobiler Rider’s Clinic at noon on March 7 at the MSC on Fournier Road in St. David.

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2 March 2015

FORT KENT - The 23rd annual Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog Races saw Canadian mushers dominate the top spots in the Can-Am Crown 250 mile race during the early hours of Monday, March 2, when Martin Massicotte, a 46-year-old pavement contractor out of St.-Tite, QC and his team defended their title with a time of 25:17:32, rendering Massicotte a six-time Can-Am Crown victor. Denis Tremblay, 40, of St.

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28 February 2015

FORT KENT - Hundreds of Can-Am International Sled Dog Race fans gathered at the Lonesome Pine Trails ski resort on a crisp Saturday, Feb. 28, to await the return of the sled dog teams participating in the Can-Am 30 mile race and Willard Jalbert, Jr. Can-Am 60 mile race.

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28 February 2015

FORT KENT – With temperatures well below zero, teams for the Willard Jalbert Memorial Can-Am 60 shot down Main Street to the enthusiastic cheers of fans who braved the cold weather.

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