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Poliquin visit focuses on border security | Print |
Wednesday, 31 August 2016 11:57
By Joseph Cyr
Staff Writer
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Congressman Bruce Poliquin, left, held a town hall meeting in Houlton Aug. 25 with Daniel Hiebert, chief partol agent for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Houlton Sector. About 30 individuals attended the town hall meeting.  
 

HOULTON — Stressing the importance of maintaining strong border relations, Rep. Bruce Poliquin toured Aroostook County Thursday, Aug. 25, with members of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Poliquin met with Mark Morgan, chief of the United States Border Patrol, for a helicopter tour of Aroostook County to get a first-hand look at northern Maine’s border with Canada.

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Couple celebrate 25th anniversary at church | Print |
Wednesday, 31 August 2016 11:54
By Joseph Cyr
Staff Writer
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Pastor Randall Burns and his wife Melanie celebrated their 25th anniversary at the Military Street Baptist Church on Sunday. Pastor Burns is one of the longest tenured ministers in Houlton.  
 

HOULTON — For the past 25 years, Randall Burns has spread the word of the gospel as the pastor of the Military Street Baptist Church. A celebration of their 25th anniversary with the congregation was held Sunday at the Church on the Hill.

“I came originally as the associate pastor and my wife was the organist,” he said. “I had just been ordained as a minister and our son MacKenzie was just 9 months old when we got the call to come to Houlton. At first, we weren’t interested. We were both thinking something more suburban was for us.”

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Meeting at the site of the town's 'spec building' | Print |
Wednesday, 31 August 2016 11:52
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Members of the Houlton Town Council met with engineer Peter Chase of Buildings Etc. Aug. 22 to go over the site of the town's "spec building" at the Houlton Industrial Park. Checking out the project are, from left, Town Manager Butch Asselin, councilors Rosa McNally, Sue Waite-York, Brent Dickison, SADC Executive Director Jon McLaughlin, councilor Jane Torres and Chase.  
 
Riverfront Park purchases new sculpture | Print |
Wednesday, 31 August 2016 11:45
By Joseph Cyr
Staff Writer
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Riverfront Park now has a permanent fixture on display for the public. A wind sculpture was erected last week, replacing a bear sculpture that had been on loan to the park. Showing off the new piece of artwork, which was purchased by the Riverfront Park committee, are, from left, Otis Smith, Jane Torres, Dan Jacobs, Bob Anderson and Nancy Ketch.  
 

HOULTON — It has been home to a magnificent moose and a bounding black bear statue, but now a wind of change can be found in Houlton’s Riverfront Park as a new “wind sculpture” has been erected.

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Free voter fair to be offered | Print |
Wednesday, 31 August 2016 11:27

HOULTON — Disability Rights Maine, in partnership with the Community Living Association, will host a free voter fair on Friday, Sept. 9, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at The Green Center, 388 Military St.

The fair is to promote the involvement of people with disabilities in the election process. Participants will learn about voting rights and try out Maine’s new accessibility technology.

Lunch will be provided. For information call 532-9493.

 
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