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Abby’s Angel Bags to bring comfort | Print |
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 14:22

Abby’s Angel Bags to bring comfort


Photo courtesy of TAMC

    FAMILY MEMBERS of Abigail Ladner, who passed away last November as the result of injuries she sustained from an automobile accident, recently presented the first basket of Abby’s Angel Bags to members of the emergency department and Critical Care Transport teams at TAMC. Pictured with the care and comfort bags are, from left: Kennedy Jarvis, Stacey Ladner, Troy Ladner, Connie Jarvis, Georgina Schiff, manager of the emergency department; DJ Spooner, supervisor of Crown Critical Care Transport; Dr. Peter Goth, medical director of emergency care; and Daryl Boucher, director of emergency and critical care services.

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Six Chinese students to attend PIHS this fall | Print |
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 14:21

Six Chinese students to attend PIHS this fall

By Scott Mitchell Johnson
Staff Writer

    PRESQUE ISLE — As part of SAD 1’s growing Chinese Initiative at Presque Isle High School, the district will be enrolling six Chinese students for the 2014-15 school year.

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Little Free Libraries come to Presque Isle | Print |
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 14:16

Little Free Libraries come to Presque Isle


Photo courtesy of Sonja Plummer-Morgan

    EMILY SHAW, 21, of Presque Isle, leaves a book at the Little Free Library found at the William V. Haskell Community Center in Presque Isle. The city recently received a $1,000 grant from the Maine Humanities Council that allowed for the purchase of three free-standing structures that will help promote reading and literacy in the community by providing free books 24/7. Residents and visitors alike are encouraged to “take a book, leave a book.”

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District replacing sewer, water mains | Print |
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 14:15

District replacing sewer, water mains

By Kathy McCarty 
Staff Writer

    PRESQUE ISLE — A project to replace some sewer and water mains in the central business district is under way.

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Police, educators learn to interact with autistic citizens | Print |
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 14:11

Police, educators learn to interact with autistic citizens


    MATT BROWN, a U.S. probation officer and autism information specialist with the Autism Society of Maine — whose teenage son is on the autism spectrum — served as instructor at a safety training session held at UMPI June 26. He’s the founder of the Law Enforcement Program and has been educating first responders about autism for over 10 years. Brown educates all police cadets at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy about how to appropriately interact with individuals with autism.

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