Local sports
17 February 2015

FORT KENT – Can-Am Crown organizers are introducing a new activity to the Can-Am sled dog event calendar this year. The sport is called skijoring, and it involves one or two dogs pulling a musher on cross-country skis.

17 February 2015

NORTHERN MAINE - Strong winds and bitter cold made Monday's scheduled 2015 state ski championship races in Mars Hill and Presque Isle difficult to conduct, so officials chose to postpone or revise some events. The Maine Principals' Association has released the following revised Class B and Class C skiing championship schedule for Tuesday, Feb. 17:

12 February 2015

SAINT JOHN VALLEY- The following is a list of Saint John Valley school sporting events for the school vacation week of Feb. 16 - Feb. 22, 2015:

11 February 2015

FORT KENT / Frenchville – A new business is filling the vacancy that Techniques Beauty Salon left on Fort Kent's West Main Street: Hayes Japanese Bugei Ryu, a karate school for children, teens, and adults, opened Wednesday, Feb. 11.

9 February 2015

FORT KENT - With the recent name change from the 10th Mountain Outdoor Center to the Fort Kent Outdoor Center, another identity change for the facility is on the horizon: its evolution from an elite training center for athletes to a community resource for year-round outdoor, trail-based recreation.

9 February 2015

MAINE - The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (IFW) is now accepting applications for the 2015 Maine Moose Permit Lottery.

9 February 2015

FORT KENT - The University of Maine Fort Kent (UMFK) Women’s Basketball Team (13-6) finished their home schedule off Saturday, Feb.7, with a blowout victory over visiting Fisher College (3-17), 94-61.

9 February 2015

FORT KENT - Fort Kent Community High School secured the Boys and Girls Aroostook League Ski Combined Championships with first place finishes in Alpine action Saturday, Feb. 7, in Fort Kent at Lonesome Pines Trails.

6 February 2015

FORT KENT- The Caribou High School Boys and Girls Nordic Ski teams both finished first at the Aroostook League Freestyle Championships Thursday, Feb. 5 at the Fort Kent Outdoor Center, earning the Vikings the 2015 Aroostook League Nordic Ski Championships.

The host Warriors finished second in Boys and Girls as they did Tuesday, Feb. 3 in the Classic competition, giving their teams second place in the league championship.

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5 February 2015

FORT KENT - Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog race planners are seeking new host families for mushers and their handlers.

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