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Community Center, pool, splash pad bids higher than expected

Community Center, pool, splash pad bids

higher than expected

By Kathy McCarty  / Staff Writer

    PRESQUE ISLE — City Council had its first opportunity to discuss recently-opened bids for the Community Center, pool and splash pad during Monday’s meeting. Coming in higher than expected, councilors now have to determine the best way to proceed with the projects.

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Biathlon returning to PI

Biathlon returning to PI

By Kevin Sjoberg / Sports Reporter

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Staff photo/Kevin Sjoberg

    MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT — Local officials announced the dates and early details of the 2016 International Biathlon Union World Cup, to be held in Presque Isle next February.

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UNE working to enhance interprofessional collaboration in Aroostook

UNE working to enhance

interprofessional collaboration in Aroostook

By Scott Mitchell Johnson / Staff Writer

    PRESQUE ISLE — Teamwork among health care professionals can lead to better patient outcomes, and Dr. Dora Anne Mills, vice president for clinical affairs at the University of New England (UNE), wants that message to be heard loud and clear.

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SAD 1 Art Exhibit at the Aroostook Centre Mall

SAD 1 Art Exhibit at the Aroostook Centre Mall

Staff photo/Scott Mitchell Johnson

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    BLAKE BLANDON, 9, a third-grader at Zippel Elementary School,

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Council affirms 2015 budget adjustments

Council affirms 2015 budget adjustments

By Kathy McCarty  / Staff Writer

    PRESQUE ISLE — Councilors voted Monday to affirm adjustments to the 2015 municipal budget, as presented.

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Seventh-, eighth-grade classes to remain at elementary school

Seventh-, eighth-grade classes to remain at elementary school

By Scott Mitchell Johnson
Staff Writer

    WASHBURN — The SAD 45 board of directors voted last Tuesday night not to move the seventh- and eighth-grade students from the elementary school to the high school.

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THE COREY HOMESTEAD

THE COREY HOMESTEAD

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Photo by Roger Hewitt Jr.

   It's on the Gardner Creek Road in Wade is pictured surrounded by water on Saturday,

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FOLLOW THE LEADER

FOLLOW THE LEADER

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Staff photo/Kathy McCarty

    Deer are out and about in large numbers, especially does and yearlings.

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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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