Sodden fields are keeping potatoes in the ground and many farmers are worried about rot.
Homeless Services of Aroostook’s new executive director is looking into making several improvements to The County’s only homeless shelter.
Taylor Miller of Mars Hill and Brandon Tenney of Easton achieved the honor.
Even though Hurricane Lee was rather meek in our northern Maine area, other parts of the country usually aren’t so lucky. Hurricanes are a scary weather condition for humans and can be especially scary for our pets.
Recently I chanced upon what I call the Case of the Missing Death Certificate. In Maine it’s not unusual to be unable to find a death record prior to 1892. Town clerks usually recorded marriages, but death records were normally left to family Bibles and tombstones.
The 21st Century STEM education site at the Boys and Girls Club of Border Towns is getting a boost in funding through a partnership with US Cellular.
Fort Fairfield could see a new potato chip processing company set up shop.
After a tumultuous financial ride over several years, Fort Fairfield residents will see a lower mill rate.
Pride Aroostook, the local LGBTQ+ community in northern Maine, says the recent hate incident makes them more determined to educate people through planned events.
25 Years Ago – September 23, 1998
Award winner — Mapleton Elementary School principal and fifth-grade teacher, Gail Gibson, was left speechless at the surprise presentation. Gibson won the Milken Award for excellence in education, which carries a $25,000 cash award. Attending the ceremony were her entire family, plus Easton Superintendent of Schools, Richard Durost, a former Milken award winner.