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Thursday, 20 August 2015 08:46

Pioneer Times photo/Joseph Cyr

PT FS AAB DC4 33 15722495Hannah Foreman of Monticello gets her face beautifully painted like a tiger.

 
Caribou woman biking Portland to Portland to raise funds to fight disease | Print |
Thursday, 20 August 2015 08:25

A Caribou family is sending off their oldest daughter on a 3,300-mile bicycle journey from Portland, Maine, to Portland, Oregon, for a personal cause — her brother’s rare nervous system disease.
Leaving at 11 a.m. Sunday from Harbor View Park in Portland, Maine, Sphen Johnson said she will try to bike 50 miles per day for the next two months to raise awareness and research funding for her brother, Kaleb, who lives with neurofibromatosis, or NF1, a rare, genetically driven disease that causes tumors to grow on nerve tissue.

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Little Eagles ready to soar | Print |
Wednesday, 19 August 2015 15:57

HOULTON -- School isn’t just about algebra and advanced sciences. For a new batch of students, going back to school will be all about “Duplo” blocks, doll houses and a brand new curriculum specially for them.
Little Eagles Preschool officially launches this fall, making its home inside Greater Houlton Christian Academy, and aiming to offer a combination of academic instruction and enrichment activities for students 30 months old and up.

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Preparation begins for 60th annual Rotary Radio & TV auction | Print |
Wednesday, 19 August 2015 15:53

HOULTON -- The Annual Houlton Rotary Radio & TV Auction is a tradition in the region and this year marks the 60th annual event. The preparation has begun and Rotarians will be out soliciting for items to be featured for bidding.

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Scholarship will cover course cost for first-time, returning adult students | Print |
Wednesday, 19 August 2015 11:08

HOULTON -- University College at Houlton announced the availability of Osher New Beginnings Scholarships for the University of Maine System (UMS) Fall 2015 semester, which begins Aug. 31.
The Osher New Beginnings Scholarships is offered by the UMS to encourage more Maine people of all ages to participate in higher education. The New Beginnings Scholarship will be given to first-time students and returning adult students who have not attended college for five or more years and who have accumulated thirty or fewer successful credit hours.

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