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12 April 2016

FORT KENT, Maine – Parked cars packed the corner of Pearl Street and Hall as the Lonesome Pine Trails lot overflowed Saturday, April 9, when hundreds of snowmobile enthusiasts attended the second annual Fort Kent Sno-Riders Hill Climb fundraiser.

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12 April 2016

SINCLAIR, Maine - The Aroostook County Knights of Columbus are sponsoring the 2016 Polar Dip for Special Olympics, which will take place Sunday, May 1 at the Long Lake Sporting Club in Sinclair.

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8 April 2016

EDMUNDSTON, New Brunswick – The Edmundston Républicains Sports Experts senior baseball team is inviting northern Maine adult players for its 2016 season.

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8 April 2016

CARIBOU / Fort Kent, Maine - The Fort Kent boys' and girls' teams swept the second annual Middle School Age Indoor Soccer Tournament, Saturday, April 2 in Caribou.

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8 April 2016

CARIBOU, Maine - A former high school basketball referee will spend 17 months in prison after being found guilty of sexual exploitation of a minor and indecent conduct.

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7 April 2016

FORT KENT, Maine - The Fort Kent Recreation and Parks Department is gearing up for the 2016 Little League baseball season.

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7 April 2016

FORT KENT, Maine - University of Maine at Fort Kent athletic director Bill Ashby is pleased to announce UMFK has hired Kyle Fisher as its new athletic trainer.

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30 March 2016

EDMUNDSTON, New Brunswick / MADAWASKA, Maine - Twin Rivers Paper Co. announced a $100,000 contribution to the Edmundston Community Amphitheatre campaign on Wednesday, March 30.

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29 March 2016

FORT KENT, Maine – It was a good day to wear sunscreen at the annual Lonesome Pine Trails Ski Invitational Races on Saturday, March 26. The Valley Racing Team, based in Fort Kent, hosted racers from Mont Farlagne, Greenville, Herman and Mars Hill.

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28 March 2016

FORT KENT, Maine - The gloves were off, although some players were wearing oven mitts, when students and law enforcement officers teamed up on the basketball court at the Fort Kent Community High School (FKCHS) gymnasium on Thursday, March 24 to take down a common enemy - substance abuse.

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