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Holiday light parade returns Saturday | Print |
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 12:57

Pioneer Times photo/Joseph Cyr
NE-CLR-Tree-lights-dc-pt-48RIGGING UP THE LIGHTS — Downtown Houlton underwent a transformation this past weekend when the town Christmas tree was erected. Several volunteers spent a chilly Saturday morning putting the lights on the tree, which will officially be lit Saturday as part of the annual Holiday Light Parade. Placing lights on the tree is Steve Bither.

By Joseph Cyr
Staff Writer
    HOULTON — The holiday season is fast approaching and will once again officially be kicked off with a large light parade though Houlton Saturday.
    New to the event this year will be the addition of afternoon activities in Market Square. According to Jane Torres, executive director for the Greater Houlton Chamber of Commerce, a “Small Town Saturday” shopping event will take place starting at noon.

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Young actors shine brightly | Print |
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 12:48

Pioneer Times Photo/Joseph Cyr
NE-CLR-Addams-dc7-pt-48PERFORMING — Keegan Fitzpatrick, right, portays the character of Gomez Addams with Haven Rhoda as Wednesday in the Houlton High School play production.

By Joseph Cyr

Staff Writer
    HOULTON — Halloween may have been a few weeks ago, but plenty of spooky and kooky antics were to be found this past weekend at the Houlton Community Arts Center.

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Silent Sidekicks keeps seniors entertained | Print |
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 12:24

By Keren Copperman
Special to the Houlton Pioneer Times
    While Houlton may be a small town, it is no secret that it is full of people doing great things. It is not just the people of Aroostook County that are full of good; the town is home to some extraordinary animals, as well.

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Books Are Fun event concludes | Print |
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 12:13

By Gloria Austin
Staff Writer
    HOULTON — Today is the last day of the Books Are Fun in the lobby of Houlton Regional Hospital. The event is open to the general public, as well as hospital employees.

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Busy weekend at the Southern Aroostook Ag Museum | Print |
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 11:41

Photo by Karen Donato
FS-SAAM1-dc-pt-48MUSEUM RECEIVES DONATION — Mark and Melinda King of Littleton organized the second annual Holiday Craft Fair held at the Southern Aroostook Agricultural Museum this past weekend. At the culmination of the fair they presented a gift of $100 to Debbie Melvin, center, as a thank-you to the museum volunteers for the work of preserving the heritage of the area. The Kings, who own the Honeycomb Depot on the Station Road in Littleton sold honey and primitive items for the home. Several hundred

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