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24 February 2016

ST-FRANCOIS de MADAWAKSA, New Brunswick - The Upper Madawaska Panthers hockey team have tied their series after two games over the weekend. Billy Asselin of the Panthers and Lachlan MacIntosh of the River Valley Thunder were the dominant figures in their respective game play during the two first games of the series, all according to a recent press release.

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23 February 2016

WALLAGRASS, Maine – The mushers coming to the St. John Valley for the Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog Races on March 5 have enthusiastic fans in Mrs. Sylvia Dow-Harvey's fourth and fifth grade class at Wallagrass Elementary School (WES). As part of an interdisciplinary unit focused on the Can-Am and the Iditarod, the students researched the mushers competing in the 2016 Can-Am; and each of the young learners “adopted” one musher to profile and to whom they wrote personal letters to help develop their language arts skills.

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23 February 2016

FORT KENT, Maine - Fort Kent Recreation and Parks Department staff are preparing to kick off their Co-ed Indoor Soccer Season for students in Grades 4 through 12.

 

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23 February 2016

ST. JOHN VALLEY – According to Ben Ouellette of the Snobirds Snowmobile Club, trails in the region of the Upper St. John Valley are still good for recreation as of February 20. He warns of soft spots, standing water in places, but said the trails are open.

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23 February 2016

FORT KENT, Maine - Despite fluctuating temperatures and melting snowpack in the weeks leading up to the 2016 Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog Race, most of the trails are in good condition for the mushers, scheduled to take off Saturday, March 5 from Fort Kent.

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22 February 2016

FORT KENT / EAGLE LAKE, Maine - Ernie Madore, an Eagle Lake resident who has cerebral palsy, made novice skiing look easy with three solid runs down the Founders Trail at the Lonesome Pine Trails (LPT) ski resort in Fort Kent on Sunday, February 21.

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22 February 2016

FORT KENT, Maine - The boys and girls of the Fort Kent Community High School (FKCHS) Warrior Alpine ski teams have once again brought home state championship wins. The community welcomed athletes home at Lonesome Pine Trails (LPT) on Sunday, February 21, after the Warriors dominated the Class B Alpine State Championships at Black Mountain in Rumford on Wednesday, February 17 and Thursday, February 18.

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19 February 2016

FORT KENT, Maine – The Fort Kent Community High School (FKCHS) boys' cross-country team and the Madawaska High School (MHS) girls' cross-country team are both state runners-up for the championship team titles after competing in the 2016 Class C Nordic Championships on Thursday and Friday, February 18-19. Maine Coast Waldorf School took first in both categories.

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18 February 2016

RUMFORD, Maine – Both the boys' and girls' Fort Kent Community High School alpine ski teams took home the team wins at the Class B Alpine State Championships on Thursday, February 18 in Rumford. The competition combines results of runs in slalom and giant slalom, which took place over the course of two days.

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18 February 2016

FORT KENT, Maine – Fort Kent Community High School students - and cousins - Alisha Guimond and Joey Guimond finished first in the girls' and boys' divisions, respectively, of the slalom race at the Class B Alpine State Championships at Black Mountain on Wednesday, February 17.

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