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Mondays on Main Street leaves folks wanting more

Summer weather made holding events on regular basis difficult

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Staff photo/Joshua Archer

MOTHER NATURE gave Presque Isle a break, the rain stopped and folks descended on the Star City’s main drag for food, live music and fun as part of Mondays on Main. While there was plenty to do and see, some folks like this bicycle rider made their own entertainment.

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SAD 1 passes budget warrants

Third referendum on school spending is Sept. 13

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Staff photo/Joshua Archer

THE SAD 1 administration’s call for more public input fell on deaf ears and in a few short moments Wednesday evening a third budget was agreed upon, clearing the way for a third referendum to take place on September 13 in the district communities. Looking over the document are, from left, Board Chairperson Lucy Richard, Superintendent Brian Carpenter and Business Manager Clint Deschene.

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Halloween pop-up coming to the mall

By Joshua Archer
Special to the Star-Herald

The County takes a blow to the gut every time it sees a going-out-of-business sign on a local establishment.

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Duncan exhibit celebrates place

PI’s Akeley Gallery features well-known Caribou artist

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Staff photo/Joshua Archer

This painting of the State Street bridge section of downtown Presque Isle is one of the works exhibited by William Duncan of Caribou at the Akeley Gallery of the Turner Memorial Library.

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County tourism board outlines new strategies

Staff photo/Christopher Bouchard

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ACT Chair Patricia Sutherland gave a presentation outlining the Aroostook County Tourism Board’s new strategy for bringing more tourism to the region during NMDC’s August 18 board meeting in Caribou.

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Autism is conference topic

October event offers resources for families

PRESQUE ISLE — Family members, educators and professionals who live and work with autistic individuals will soon have the opportunity to gain valuable resources and greater understanding of the individuals we aim to support thanks to the grassroots efforts of the Aroostook Autism Support Group. The first Aroostook County Autism Conference will take place on Friday, Oct. 7, at the University of Maine at Presque Isle.

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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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