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Rotary’s Special Project far surpasses goal

Rotary’s Special Project far surpasses goal

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    OVER THE TOP — Presque Isle Rotarian Jeff Pangburn, who chaired the Special Project with Ralph McPherson this year, announces on-air some pledges to the Community Center fund-raising drive during Thursday night’s charity auction. Helping the service club raise more than $375,000 during the three-night event were, from left, Rotarian Mandy Hall and Community Center Committee members Patty Leblanc and Judy Dionne.

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Council approves sale of Haskell Center

Council approves sale of Haskell Center

By Kathy McCarty 
Staff Writer

    PRESQUE ISLE — City councilors voted Monday night to enter a purchase/sale agreement for the William Haskell Center with neighboring business Carroll’s Auto Sales.

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THE 25TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY LIGHT PARADE

THE 25TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY LIGHT PARADE

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Photo by Jason Grantham

    THE 25TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY LIGHT PARADE saw many entries, including area businesses, organizations and local royalty.

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Potato pest conference a source of useful data

Potato pest conference a source of useful data

By Scott Mitchell Johnson
Staff Writer

    PRESQUE ISLE — While the weather outside wasn’t frightful, Jim Dwyer was nervous that last Wednesday’s snow would prevent people from attending the 2014 Potato Pest Management Conference held at the Presque Isle Inn and Convention Center.

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Oxbow voters support withdrawing from SAD 32

Oxbow voters support withdrawing from SAD 32

By Scott Mitchell Johnson
Staff Writer

    OXBOW PLANTATION — Residents in Oxbow Plantation voted overwhelmingly Nov. 21 in support of withdrawing from SAD 32.

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Officials consider future of City Hall

Officials consider future of City Hall

By Kathy McCarty 
Staff Writer

    PRESQUE ISLE — City councilors could make a decision on the future of City Hall as early as next week, following Monday night’s discussion on the sale of the Second Street facility that has been home to municipal offices for several decades and review of two bids received for sites available for the city to relocate their offices.

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Music Festival creates ‘cool’ memories

Music Festival creates ‘cool’ memories

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     THE ALL AROOSTOOK MUSIC FESTIVAL was held Dec. 5-6 at Presque Isle Middle School. About 95 high-schoolers and 85 middle school students were selected by their music teachers to attend the festival. Pictured with guest director Camille Saucier, of Saco, are members of the middle school chorus, from left, front row: Keaton Michael and Gabriella Guiod, both of Houlton; Saucier; Trinity Anthony of Presque Isle; and Hollie McDougal of Union 122 (...
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This week’s PDF

A PDF version of this week’s Star-Herald is now available for download.

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