Local sports
2 April 2015

MAINE - Maine Audubon, Trout Unlimited, and the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW) are seeking volunteer anglers to survey remote Maine ponds and coastal streams for brook trout this fishing season.

1 April 2015

AROOSTOOK COUNTY – Many have heard the statistics: “One in 68 children will be identified with Autism,” and “Autism is more common than childhood cancer, cystic fibrosis, and multiple sclerosis combined;” and so for Aroostook County residents, it is most likely that they have loved ones affected by Autism.

31 March 2015

ALLAGASH WILDERNESS WATERWAYA winter excursion to the Allagash Wilderness Waterway (AWW) can be a truly rewarding experience. Ice fishermen and winter campers that visit the waterway will encounter sights and sounds that are unique to a wintertime trip.

30 March 2015

FORT KENT - The kids of Lonesome Pine Trails (LPT) owned the second to the last weekend of ski season at the community ski resort during Kids' Day, held Sunday, March 29 - and that is just as the adult LPT stakeholders would have it.

27 March 2015

FORT KENT – Despite MSAD No. 27 budget cuts which threatened to eliminate the track and field program at Fort Kent's Valley Rivers Middle School (VRMS), the sport will make a comeback this spring thanks to the efforts of the VRMS Athletics Booster Club.

27 March 2015

LEWISTON / Fort Kent - Nick Michaud, a member of the Men's Nordic Skiing team at Bates College, received New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) All-Academic distinction for the winter 2015 season. Michaud, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Michaud of Fort Kent Mills, is a 2010 graduate of Fort Kent Community High School. He majors in sociology at Bates.

26 March 2015

FORT KENT – The annual Equipment and Packer Fund Raffle held at Lonesome Pine Trails (LPT) in Fort Kent on Saturday, March 14 brought in $5,000 for the ski resort, and nobody was happier than LPT Mountain Manager Darold Bossie.

25 March 2015

FORT KENT – Steve Pelletier, director of planning and economic development for the town of Fort Kent, has successfully petitioned the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry for grant monies to be utilized for the maintenance and restoration of town land. The two grants for which Pelletier applied on behalf of the town include the Project Canopy Assistance grant and the Recreational Trail grant.

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