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9 February 2016

FORT KENT, Maine - On Tuesday morning a small group of spectators previewed the movie "The Great Alone," which will premiere at Fort Kent's Century Theater and a handful of other theaters throughout the country on Tuesday, February, 9 at 7 p.m.

9 February 2016

NORTH CAROLINA / Fort Kent, Maine - Brad Keselowski Racing announced on February 8 that Fort Kent native Austin Theriault will drive a third entry for the organization in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season-opening race on February 19 at Daytona (Florida) International Speedway.

8 February 2016

MADAWASKA, Maine - A record number of spectators - 381 - ventured out Sunday, February 7 to take part in the Madawaska Recreation Department's fifth annual "Characters on Ice" event.

8 February 2016

FORT KENT, Maine – The first time Maine Winter Sports Center (MWSC) athlete Brian Halligan, who is originally from New York, tasted a “mix” or “poutine,” a popular St. John Valley dish of french fries topped with cheese and gravy, also happened to be the day he and fellow MWSC athlete Cody Johnson sat down with Fiddlehead Focus at Rock's Diner in Fort Kent to discuss their recent trip to Chiele Gradistei, Romania - where they competed in the 2016 Biathlon Youth/Junior World Championships.

8 February 2016

AROOSTOOK COUNTY - The Fort Kent Community High School girls and boys took top spots in the Aroostook League Alpine Championships this weekend at Bigrock Mountain in Mars Hill.

7 February 2016

AROOSTOOK COUNTY - The following are the high school cross-country race results for the classical portion of the 2016 Aroostook League Championships held on February 5, 2016:

7 February 2016

FORT KENT, Maine - The Fort Kent Community High School boys' and girls' basketball teams have earned a spot in the Maine State Class C North Preliminary round.

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7 February 2016

LYNN, Massachusetts / Fort Kent, Maine - The University of Maine at Fort Kent (UMFK) men's basketball team dropped a 73-68 decision to USCAA No. 4 ranked Washington Adventist of Maryland on Saturday evening, February 6, 2016.

6 February 2016

EDMUNDSTON, New Brunswick - (Update: Organizer Alain Sirois confirmed on Monday morning, February 8, that 46 participating venues at ski hills across Canada completed 9,886 visible snow angels on Saturday. It was not enough to beat the current record of 15,851, he said.)

One hundred and sixty-six people at Mont Farlagne Outdoor Center took part in a nationwide attempt Saturday, February 6, to beat the Guinness World Record of the most snow angels at one time.

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