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15 March 2016

ST. FRANCIS, Maine – When 3-year-old Jemma Taggett climbed up on the seat of her black Polaris 120 to compete in the 4th Annual St. Francis Snow Drags on Saturday, March 12, Joe Jackson, the little girl's grandfather, wasn't sure what to expect.

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10 March 2016

FORT KENT, Maine – While the Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog Races usually draws participants and spectators from far and wide, perhaps few were as eager to attend the 2016 installment of the annual event than 8-year-old Faith Cortesi.

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10 March 2016

FORT KENT, Maine - Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog Races President Beurmond Banville handed over the role of "lead dog" to Dennis Cyr of Fort Kent at the Musher's Banquet and Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, March 8. "It is so long, not goodbye," said Banville, who has served eight years on the board of directors, and four years as president.

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8 March 2016

MARS HILL, Maine - Snowmobile Hill Climb event organizers at Bigrock Mountain are inviting all snowmobile enthusiasts to "Bite the Bullet and Battle Bigrock" on Saturday, March 19.

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8 March 2016

FORT KENT, Maine - The Maine Warden's Service has charged a 15-year-old snowmobile operator with operating to endanger in connection with a Saturday morning, March 5 collision that injured a Can-Am Crown musher in the 30-mile race.

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7 March 2016

FORT KENT, Maine - The Fort Kent Outdoor Center (FKOC), in collaboration with the Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog race, hosted a weekend of skijoring events on Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon, March 5 and 6.

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7 March 2016

FORT KENT, Maine - Martin Massicotte has done it again. The 46-year-old pavement contractor out of St.-Tite, Quebec, will take home his seventh Irving Woodlands Can-Am Crown 250, a Can-Am record, after winning the race on Monday, March 7.

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6 March 2016

FORT KENT, Maine – When Bruce Langmaid, winner of the Willard Jalbert, Jr. Can-Am Crown 100, accepted his trophy and check from Can-Am race Director Beurmond Banville at Lonesome Pine Trails in Fort Kent on Sunday, March 6, he was quick to acknowledge Jacob Golton, the race's second place finisher.

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