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City Council again tables proposal to sell City Hall

City Council again tables  proposal to sell City Hall

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    BANK VAULTS used by a former tenant could be used to store vital records, if Presque Isle’s City Hall is relocated to 260 Main St. An open house was held Dec. 12 at the site, owned by the Graves family of Presque Isle, giving the public an opportunity to view one of two properties being considered for municipal offices. Pictured from left are: Bob Graves, co-owner; Theresa Fowler, executive director of the Central Aroostook Cha...
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Nordic officials seek input as they consider changes

Nordic officials seek input as they consider changes

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Staff photo/Scott Mitchell Johnson

    IN THE COMING WEEKS, officials with the Nordic Heritage Center (NHC) will be deciding whether to continue to host world-class biathlon events in Presque Isle or focus more on smaller, community activities. An informal, town hall meeting was held last Tuesday night to give residents the opportunity to offer their thoughts on what the direction of the NHC should be.

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Literary tree adds festive feel to local library

Literary tree adds festive feel to local library

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Staff photo/Scott Mitchell Johnson

    AN 11-FOOT TALL literary tree now adorns the foyer of the Mark & Emily Turner Memorial Library in Presque Isle. Constructed by Dr. Gregory Hamlin and his wife, Louise, both employees at the Maine School of Science and Mathematics, as well as some MSSM students, it took approximately 1,000 books and six hours to complete.

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Tri-Chamber coupon book makes a great gift

Tri-Chamber coupon book makes a great gift

By Kathy McCarty 
Staff Writer

    Three organizations, that share a similar goal of promoting area businesses and the region in general, have teamed up to create a coupon book — what they call the “gift that keeps on giving.”

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Local men committed to serving others

Local men committed to serving others

By Kathy McCarty
Staff Writer

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Photo courtesy of Scott Cyr

    TWO AROOSTOOK COUNTY NATIVES have spent decades ensuring the safety of others and continue to do so as members of the Maine Fire Marshal’s Office. Pictured from left are: Greg Day, NFPA CFI II, inspector supervisor, formerly of Mars Hill and now of Bangor; and Scott Cyr, fire inspector, of Fort Fairfield.

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