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fall colors
2 September 2014

MAINE – While the State of Maine is enjoying an abundance of sunshine and beautiful late summer weather, the fall foliage season is right around the corner.

tamc disc days aug 28 2014
29 August 2014

AROOSTOOK COUNTY – On Aug. 27, a coalition of area nonprofit organizations announced a new and exciting hands-on program that will help County kids make better and healthier choices early on. The program, Discovery Days, is a 7 week series of hour long sessions that will run on consecutive Saturday mornings this fall—beginning Saturday, Sept. 27.

soccer aug 28 2014
28 August 2014

ST. JOHN VALLEY - Fiddlehead Focus is getting its game on, and has compiled the entire soccer season schedule for all Valley teams. The printable schedule is available to subscribers and guests alike by clicking HERE or on the corresponding ad near the top, and below the subscribe button in the right column.

fk track boys aug 28 2014
28 August 2014

FORT KENT- The Fort Kent Track and Field Teams participated in an Invitational Cross Country Race on Aug. 27 in Fort Kent. The length of the track was 3 miles. The Fort Kent Teams competed against Washburn, Limestone, and Greater Houlton Christian Academy.

dog aug 27 2014
27 August 2014

FORT KENT – For dog owners who need help with pooch conduct or bad habits, the Fort Kent Recreation and Parks Department will begin offering its Dog Obedience School on Wednesday, Sept. 3. Dog owners must bring written proof of their dog's vaccinations.

All classes will take place at 6:30 p.m. in the Jalbert Park Skating Rink Area on Pleasant Street. The class will run from Sept. 3-24 on Wednesday evenings, and will occur regardless of inclement weather.

87 kayak aug 27 2014
27 August 2014

ALLAGASH - It's not every day a great-great-grandmother who can no longer walk has the opportunity to kayak for the first time in her life. However, Ida Begin, an Allagash native and current resident of Forest Hill Manor, did just that on Sunday, Aug. 3, along with her granddaughters Angelina Dubourg and Candy Hafford.

funding june 11 2014
26 August 2014

BANGOR – USDA Rural Development State Director Virginia Manuel recently announced that three Maine community facilities will receive funding to help support community wellness, upgrade a tribal administrative building, and dental healthcare.

The USDA Rural Development’s Community Facility Programs is providing the funding, which assists in the construction, expansion, or improvement of rural community facilities for health care, public safety, and community and public services.

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