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Houlton Fair is coming! | Print |
Thursday, 02 July 2015 09:37

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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Houlton alumnus’ book at Daniel’s Florist | Print |
Thursday, 02 July 2015 09:28

By Gloria Austin
Staff Writer
    A Houlton High 1951 alumnus, Bob Fields, has not strayed far from the stories of his hometown and maybe even what a rascal he may have been as a youth.
    Inspired by the birth of his two great-granddaughters, Savanah and Lyla, Fields began his quest to introduce himself to them.

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Book signing | Print |
Thursday, 02 July 2015 08:29

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FS Book Signing dcx pt 26Southern Aroostook Cultural Arts Project hosted a book-signing Friday evening for Hodgdon author Lee-Rae Jordan-Oliver, for her recently published book, “Chainsaw on a Northern Maine Dairy Farm.” A large group

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Stacyville Strawberry Festival schedule | Print |
Thursday, 02 July 2015 08:28

    Plans are underway for the 15th annual Stacyville Strawberry Festival.
    Sponsored by the Sherman Area VFW Post 2299, the Strawberry Festival will be held Friday, July 10, to Sunday, July 12, at the VFW Post Home in Stacyville.  Everyone is welcome to attend.
    The schedule of events is as follows:

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Echoes Magazine: German war brides and favorite cows | Print |
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 15:48

   To describe growing up in Germany between 1930 and 1950 is not an easy task, “if the scenario is written for an audience that has never personally suffered under a dictatorship or felt the horror of total war.”
    But a writer published in the current edition of Echoes magazine has undertaken that task in the first of a series of articles titled “Irmgard: A German girl comes to Maine.”

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