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Foundation charity auction supports Houlton Regional Hospital | Print |
Thursday, 28 May 2015 10:01

    The fund-raising challenge for the Health Services Foundation has recently been set to raise $350,000 in a multi-equipment, multi-department campaign.
    “We look forward to a second broad-based effort that will see our organization assisting Houlton Regional in support of 24 pieces of equipment over 12 hospital departments,” said Elizabeth Dulin, executive director for Health Services. “This type of campaign has far-reaching benefits for all those using Houlton Regional by providing significant health care services with the best possible equipment. What better way to help our communities with their health care needs than with the best services we can offer?”

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Farm truck spills potato seed load onto roadway | Print |
Thursday, 28 May 2015 09:27

    LINNEUS — A farm truck loaded with potato seed overturned Sunday afternoon, temporarily closing a portion of the Bangor Road.

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De-limber damages Interstate-95 overpass | Print |
Thursday, 28 May 2015 09:25

By Jen Lynds
BDN Staff Writer
    OAKFIELD — One lane of Interstate 95 will remain closed at least until September because of damage caused to an overpass struck by a delimber being hauled on a tractor-trailer Wednesday.

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RSU 29 budget passes second hurdle | Print |
Wednesday, 20 May 2015 15:52

Pioneer Times Photo/Joseph Cyr
NE CLR RSU 29 bdgt dc pt 20SWEARING IN — Jon Bither, right, signs documents after being sworn in Monday evening as moderator for the RSU 29 district budget meeting. To his right is Kelly Grant, supertinendent’s secretary. In the background, seated from left are board members Sue Tortello, Jim Quirk and Fred Grant along with Superintendent Mike Hammer.

By Joseph Cyr

Staff Writer
    HOULTON — A group of about 60 individuals spent little more than an hour Monday approving a $12.87 million budget for RSU 29.
    Monday night’s meeting featured very few comments from the public, which was a far cry from last year’s gathering where many individuals posed questions and suggested revisions. This time around, the budget was approved without any modifications from the public.

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Gateway Bridge repairs planned in Houlton | Print |
Wednesday, 20 May 2015 15:33

By Joseph Cyr
Staff Writer
    HOULTON — Repairs to the town’s Gateway Crossing Bridge will now happen without impacting local taxpayer dollars.
    The Houlton Town Council voted May 11 to expand its downtown TIF (Tax Increment Finance) district to include the Gateway Crossing Bridge so funds from that district could be used to pay for needed repairs to the structure.

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