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4 March 2016

UNIONTOWN, Pennsylvania / FORT KENT, Maine - The No. 5 University of Maine at Fort Kent women's basketball team will play their semi-final of the USCAA National Tournament today, Friday, March 4 at 11:00 a.m. against No. 1 Concordia College of Alabama. Bengal fans can follow the game with live steaming at this USCAA linkor at the Bengals Lair on the UMFK campus.

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2 March 2016

ST. JOHN VALLEY - A longtime volunteer and active-lifestyle supporter has won an award for her involvement and leadership in community bicycling initiatives. Julie Daigle of Cross Lake received the Harry Faust Leadership Award, which the Portland-based Bicycle Coalition of Maine presents to a person who is active in bicycle and pedestrian initiatives statewide.

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2 March 2016

UNIONTOWN, Pennsylvania / FORT KENT, Maine - The No. 5 seed University of Maine at Fort Kent (20-5) women’s basketball team made history Wednesday afternoon, March 2, posting the program’s first ever USCAA National Tournament victory with a win over No. 4 seed Silver Lake College (20-6), 83-60.

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1 March 2016

FORT KENT, Maine - After the excitement from the Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog Races will have passed, nearly 80 athletes from across North America will converge in Fort Kent later this month to take part in the U.S. Biathlon and North American Biathlon Championships, scheduled for March 24 through 26, 2016 at the Fort Kent Outdoor Center.

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26 February 2016

ALLAGASH, Maine – Although it may be true that chocolate is dangerous for dogs to consume, human spectators of the Can-Am 100 sled dog race in Allagash will have the opportunity to indulge their sweet-tooth. Volunteers will be selling homemade chocolate pies, cakes, cookies, and candies at the Allagash Chocolate Festival during the first day of the Can-Am International Sled Dog Races on Saturday, March 5.

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