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First girls’ team to win 5 consecutive state titles

Washburn Lady Beavers State Champions 2014-15

First girls’ team to win 5 consecutive state titles

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     ANOTHER GOLD BALL — Among the players celebrating the Washburn girls’ fifth consecutive state basketball championship Saturday at the Cross Center in Bangor are, from left, Mikayla Churchill, Emilia Churchill, Makenzie Vaughn, Joan Overman (holding up the gold ball), Laina Mette, Grace Braley and Natalie Doody. See pages 8 and 12 for more coverage.

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MDOT outreach office to address public inquiries

MDOT outreach office to address public inquiries

By Kathy McCarty 
Staff Writer

    Officials with the Maine Department of Transportation are traveling the state — beginning in February, including stops in  Frenchville, Presque Isle and Houlton, and continuing through March with visits to Ellsworth, Kennebunk and Orono — seeking public input and promoting their outreach office, which provides a “one-stop resource” to answer all transportation questions, receive feedback and provid

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NMCC opens first One Button Studio in the state

NMCC opens first One Button Studio in the state

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 Staff photo/Scott Mitchell Johnson

    NMCC SENIOR Hillary Albert demonstrates the new One Button Studio equipment at the E. Perrin Edmunds Library on campus. The new video recording setup is capable of creating professional-quality video projects without the support of camera operators or lighting technicians. The One Button Studio was funded through a grant from the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation.

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Educated workforce key to region’s economic future

Educated workforce key to region’s economic future

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 Staff photos/Kathy McCarty

    CRAIG GREEN, a Presque Isle city councilor and businessman, speaking at an event at the Presque Isle Middle School on Feb. 26, said more collaboration between communities was necessary to ensure the region's success in years to come. Looking on is Aroostook Centre Mall Manager Patti Crooks.

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UMPI, MSSM sign historic learning agreement

UMPI, MSSM sign historic learning agreement

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Photo courtesy of UMPI

    SIGN LEARNING AGREEMENT — University of Maine at Presque Isle President Linda Schott and Luke Shorty, Maine School of Science and Mathematics executive director, shake hands after signing a groundbreaking learning agreement on Feb. 27 that establishes Maine’s fastest and most affordable path to a college degree. Taking part in the signing ceremony are, from left: Ray Rice, UMPI provost and vice president for academ...
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Church changes name; faces, mission remain the same

Church changes name;

faces, mission remain the same

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Staff photo/Scott Mitchell Johnson

    NEW NAME, SAME FACES — On Dec. 16, 2014, the Christian Life Assembly, located at 40 Chandler Road in Presque Isle, voted to come under the umbrella of the Assembly of God and CityReach Network to become CityReach Church Presque Isle. Pastors Dan and Nikki Holmes, who moved to the area in August 2013, said part of the church’s mission is to “go beyond the four walls” and be more visible in t...
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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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