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New Team | Print |
Thursday, 25 June 2015 09:26

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FS MSP K9 dcx pt 24Trooper Andrew Levesque and his canine Vitz are the newest K-9 unit for Troop F in Houlton. Levesque and Vitz spent the past 14 weeks training in various

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UMPI, Red Cross plan ‘super’ blood drive | Print |
Thursday, 25 June 2015 08:57

    PRESQUE ISLE – The American Red Cross and the University of Maine at Presque Isle’s Residence Life Office are teaming up to pull off the university’s eighth “super” blood drive this summer, the time of year when the need for blood increases.

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Tuition freeze extended | Print |
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 09:21

    The University of Maine System Board of Trustees unanimously approved an fiscal year 2016 budget May 18 that will freeze in-state tuition at 2013 levels pending Legislative approval of Gov. Paul LePage’s FY 2016-17 budget proposal for Maine’s universities. 

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Harris tabbed as top commander in Troop F | Print |
Tuesday, 16 June 2015 19:41

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NE CLR Troop F Harris dc ptshar 24SWORN IN — Brian Harris, left, was sworn in Friday as the new lieutenant of the Maine State Police Troop F by Col. Robert Williams. Harris, a 21-year-veteran of Troop F, replaces John Cote as the commander for Aroostook County’s state police force.

By Joseph Cyr

Staff Writer
    HOULTON — The Maine State Police Troop F barracks has turned to one of its own to be the next commanding officer.
    Brian Harris, a native of Houlton, was promoted to the rank of lieutenant at a special ceremony at the Troop F barracks on Friday. Many fellow law enforcement officers and family members joined Harris for the swearing-in ceremony.

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RSU 29, SAD 70 budgets pass | Print |
Tuesday, 16 June 2015 19:28

By Joseph Cyr
Staff Writer
    Voter turnout for next year’s school budget was poor in both the RSU 29 and SAD 70 communities last Tuesday.
    In RSU 29, turnout was sparse as less than 6 percent of the registered voters cast ballots on a $12,874,885 budget, which is an increase of $124,489 (0.97 percent) over last year. The budget passed 195-107.

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