Fire claims lives of mother and three children in Caribou
CARIBOU, Maine - A fire has claimed the lives of three children and a woman in central Aroostook County. The State Fire Marshal’s Office says a mother and her three young children died this morning...
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Town manager improperly removed international survey markers from bridge
FORT KENT, Maine – Fort Kent Town Manager Don Guimond should not have removed two boundary signs from the international bridge without proper permission. That is according to the International Boun...
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Flammable liquid leads to St. Francis fire, homeowner death
UPDATE: ST. FRANCIS, Maine, Nov. 20, 8:30 a.m. - The deceased person found at a Wednesday, Nov. 19, house fire has been identified as 74-year-old Patrick Deignan. Deignan, who owned the home, and h...
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Lloyd Fortin tags 228.5-pound buck
GRAND ISLE, Maine - Lloyd Fortin of Grand Isle harvested this six-point, 228.5-pound buck on Thursday, Nov. 20. Fortin shot the deer in Grand Isle and tagged it at Ouellette's Trading Post in Van B...
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Ski coaches organize Valley Racing Team
FORT KENT, Maine - A new race-oriented Valley Racing Team will be open to athletes across the St. John Valley, according to Mike Lavertu of Madawaska, one of the coaches and president of the team. ...
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Hospitals partner with United Way to bring books to children
PRESQUE ISLE, Maine - Hospital representatives gathered in Presque Isle on Friday, Nov. 14, to discuss a new collaboration to help families with young children receive a new book every month. The p...
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Early morning fire destroys R.F. Chamberland garage and 11 trucks
by Don Eno, Reporter
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P.M. UPDATE: Truck count confirmed by Maine Department of Public Safety at 11. Department describes overall damage as "a multi-million dollar loss." Three from Fire Marshal's Office investigated; d...