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GHCA’s Bishop resigns

    Greater Houlton Christian Academy (GHCA) Board of Directors has accepted the resignation of John Bishop, Head of School, effective June 30.
    Bishop and his family are relocating to the Portland area, where he has accepted the position as Head of School for Greater Portland Christian School.

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Davis hearing to suppress evidence held

By Jen Lynds
BDN staff writer
    OAKFIELD — A Houlton man accused of gunning down a couple in their home here two years ago told a Maine state trooper that he was “better now” when she stopped him on the road and asked how he was doing shortly after the bodies were found.

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New sign

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NE CLR New Sign dcx pt 26The Aroostook County Historical and Art Museum in Houlton received a new sign thanks to the efforts of the Houlton Odd Fellows Rockabama Lodge

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Houlton Fair is coming!

By Joseph Cyr
Staff Writer
    HOULTON — Although the weather has not felt very much like summer, it is time once again for the annual Houlton Agricultural Fair.
    In preparation of the four-day event, organizers of the fair have been busy putting the finishing touches on this year’s schedule. The four-day celebration, held in conjunction with the Fourth of July, kicks off Thursday, July 2 and continues through Sunday, July 5.

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Meth bust

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NE CLR Meth Bust dc pt 26A member of the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, dressed in haz-mat gear, comes out of the apartment complex on 13 Columbia St. in Houlton last

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Sherman Qualeys selected as Farm Family of the Year

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NE CLR Farm Family dcx ptshar 26FARM FAMILY OF YEAR — Tom Qualey, left, and John Qualey of Three Oak Farms in Sherman have been chosen as the 2015 Farm Family of the Year by the Maine Potato Board.

    SHERMAN — The Maine Potato Board has selected the John and Tom Qualey family of Sherman, as the 2015 Farm Family of the Year.
    The Qualey brothers, along with John’s son Josh, farm 1,000 acres in southern Aroostook, 350 acres of potatoes and the remainder in rotation crops: oats, barley and small grains.

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Farrar receives Outstanding Adult Education Teacher Award

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NE CLR Farrar Award dcx2 pt 26RECEIVES AWARD — Bernadette Farrar, an instructor at the RSU 29/SAD 70 Adult Education Program, was the recipient of the 2015 Outstanding Adult Education Teacher Award at the Maine Adult Education Association conference. With Farrar, middle, are her parents Bernard and Anna Smith.

    BRUNSWICK — Bernadette Farrar, an instructor at the RSU 29/SAD 70 Adult Education Program, was the recipient of the 2015 Outstanding Adult Education Teacher Award at the Maine Adult Education Association (MAEA) conference held at Bowdoin College June 16-18.

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This week's PDF - July 1, 2015

A PDF version of this week's Houlton Pioneer Times is now available for download.

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