Local sports
8 May 2015

MADAWASKA – With less than a month until the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run, law enforcement officers have already raised more than $1,300 to help defray the cost of local youth participation in the Maine Special Olympics.

5 May 2015

FORT KENT - More than 50 runners experienced a healthy kind of high on a sunny Saturday, May 2, when they participated in the Community Voices sponsored second annual 420 High on Life 5K race.

5 May 2015

FORT KENT / Caribou and Brewer -The following are the Fort Kent Community High School Warriors track and field results for two meets - one in Caribou and one in Brewer.

Knights of Columbus sponsored
3 May 2015

SINCLAIR – The sun may have been out in force Sunday, May 3, but Long Lake was far from warm when 30 civic-minded souls bravely plunged into icy waters along the shore at the Long Lake Sporting Club for the 4th annual Aroostook County Polar Dip, an event sponsored by the Knights of Columbus to raise funds for Special Olympics in Aroostook County.

30 April 2015

ST. JOHN VALLEY– The Fort Kent Freemasons are sponsoring a Bikes for Books initiative, offering fourth grade boys and girls in six Valley elementary schools the opportunity to win Huffy bicycles.

All the kids have to do is read books.

30 April 2015

AROOSTOOK COUNTY – May is National Military Appreciation Month in the United States. On Saturday, May 9, Aroostook County’s very own service members, who made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation’s freedom, will be honored and funds will be raised on their behalf as part of a collaborative effort between The Summit Project and CompetitorME.

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29 April 2015

FORT KENT – On Thursday, April 23, officers with the Fort Kent Police Department (FKPD) responded to a report of damage to a Fort Kent Elementary School (FKES) soccer field.

24 April 2015

ST. JOHN VALLEY / LOUISIANA - An authentic Cajun musical group based out of the heavily Acadian populated area of Lafayette, Louisiana will return to the St. John Valley this summer to perform at a concert to raise funds for the Fort Kent Outdoor Center.

24 April 2015

AROOSTOOK COUNTY – The TAMC Total Health Team, the City of Presque Isle, Healthy Main Street initiative of the Presque Isle Downtown Revitalization Committee, and the Central Aroostook Chamber of Commerce are collaborating to help area residents and business people improve their health and well being by offering a free, community-wide Couch to 5K running and walking program set to launch Monday, May 11.

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