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End of an era | Print |
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 13:53

Town and Country to close its doors Dec. 24

By Joseph Cyr
Staff Writer
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Town and Country Clothing and Footwear is closing its doors after 93 years of business in downtown Houlton. 

HOULTON — After nearly a century of providing Houlton area folks with top of the line clothing, shoes and much more, Town and Country Clothing and Footwear is closing its doors.

The store’s final day is tentatively slated for Christmas Eve, Dec. 24.

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A visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus after the Holiday Light parade | Print |
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 13:51
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Mimi Weston, left, of Houlton visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus Saturday evening at the County Co-Op and Food Store following the town's Holiday Light Parade. The parade officially kicked off the start of the holiday season.
Council receives EMS analysis | Print |
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 13:50
By Joseph Cyr
Staff Writer

HOULTON — A seven-month review of the town’s ambulance department by an independent company has yielded more than 100 recommendations on things that could be improved.

Houlton Town Councilors were presented with the 107-page document during Monday night’s regular meeting. George Klauber of Municipal Resources Inc. of Meredith, New Hampshire went over the organizational analysis document with the council.

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Bell remembered as true gem | Print |
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 13:47
By Joseph Cyr
Staff Writer

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HOULTON — The Shiretown lost another of its cultural icons this past week as Catherine “Kay” Bell died Friday, Nov. 25, at the age of 97.

Bell left a lasting legacy in the minds of many Houlton residents for her integrity and love for Houlton. She started work at the U.S. Border Patrol in 1957, during a time when the agency was dominated by men, and spent 32 years in that capacity.

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Dinosaurs invade Houlton Elementary School | Print |
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 13:42
By Karen Donato
Special to the Houlton Pioneer Times
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Bob Liasaius shares his love of dinosaurs with students at Houlton Elementary School during a visit to the school Friday, Nov. 18, sponsored by the Houlton Parent-Teacher Organization.

HOULTON — More than 375 students crowded into the multi-purpose room at Houlton Elementary School Friday, Nov. 18, to enjoy an educational show with Bob Lisaius, “Dinoman” just before the Thanksgiving break.

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