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17 March 2015

CARIBOU / Fort Kent - Fort Kent Community High School (FKCHS) senior student-athletes Tito Naranja and Kendra Raymond became Aroostook League Scholar Athletes during a banquet on Monday, March 16, at Caribou High School.

17 March 2015

BREWER / Fort Kent - At a formal banquet in Brewer, Penobscot Valley Conference (PVC) members honored Fort Kent Community High School (FKCHS) senior student-athletes Matthew Daigle, Caitlin Gray, Danielle Pelletier, and Matthew Toussaint as 2015 PVC Scholar Athletes on Tuesday, March 10.

16 March 2015

FORT KENT –During the weekend of March 13-15, nearly 200 cross-country skiing youths from the East Coast and Midwest gathered for the New England Nordic Ski Association U16 championships at the Fort Kent Outdoor Center (FKOC) in Fort Kent.

13 March 2015

FORT KENT – Fort Kent Community High School (FKCHS) senior Alexa Pelletier can add competing in the Eastern U.S. High School Championships last week to an impressive resume of athletic achievements, as the young lady winds up her FKCHS skiing career following four years of undeniable success.

12 March 2015

MAINE - The 2015 Cross-Country Junior Nationals are currently happening at the Auburn Ski Club Training Center in Truckee, California; and athletes from across Maine are competing for individual medals as part of the New England regional team.

11 March 2015

ST. FRANCIS – Volunteer parking attendants at the 3rd Annual St. Francis Snow Drags on Saturday, March 7, had little time for breaks as vehicles checked in one after another to witness the popular fundraising event hosted by the St. Francis Sno-Angels snowmobile club.

10 March 2015

FORT KENT – With the upcoming New England Nordic Ski Association (NENSA) U16 Cross-Country Ski Championships at the Fort Kent Outdoor Center on March 13 - 15, 2015, Fort Kent is poised to see the largest field of athletes at any one event that the community has ever seen.

6 March 2015

FORT KENT – While mushers and sled dogs took center stage at the the 23rd Annual Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog Races last weekend, a group of volunteers tirelessly worked behind the scenes to ensure that things ran smoothly.

6 March 2015

FORT KENT – The newly formed Valley Racing Team of 32 skiers ranging in age from six to 14, has consistently placed among the top spots in competitions held across Maine, such as the Plum Creek Timber Classic in Greenville and the Chip Cochrane Invitational in Hermon.

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