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A Wildlife Rodeo of Sorts in Northern Maine

Tired of your desk job?

Want to lead a life of adventure?

You should think about becoming a moose "mugger" like the guys currently flying in northern Maine, on the hunt for moose.

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Photo, Eric Fracis, Getty Images

Maine’s County Corrections System Under Review

The county jail system in Maine would be better served by operating as as a planned and coordinated system, with equitable distribution of costs as the Legislature envisioned back in 2008, as opposed to a "confederacy of temporary alliances."

That according to a commission report turned into the Legislature's Joint Standing Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety,

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New Report: Half Of Recent College Graduates Under- Or Unemployed

The College of the Atlantic Partners International Students With Host Families

A program through the College of the Atlantic matches up its international students with local families for a mutually beneficial partnership. Unlike other such programs, COA’s students will live on campus and just spend time with their host families.

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North Woods Law Officers with Egg On Their Face!!

But not because of something they did bad...but for something Jonathan Parker, Troy Thibodeau & Alan Curtis are doing for good!!! These 3 members of the Maine Warden Service, who just happen to appear on the Animal Planet's 'North Woods Law' will be Egging-Up for Children & Adults with Disabilities that attend the Pine Tree Camp during the Q-106.5 Pine Tree Camp Egg Ride presented by Bangor Motorsports & Bangor Tractor and Equipment! 

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Photo, Getty Images

Give Your Children the Gift of Planning Ahead

We are creatures driven by human nature, and that nature tends to leave us putting off those difficult family discussions.

My recent experiences have really opened my eyes to the importance of having some of these discussions, before difficulties arise.

Planning ahead can really be a gift that can help to reduce stress, confusion and frustration.

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Moose-Petting Video Prompts Warning from Warden Service [VIDEO]

A video that recently popped up on Facebook has prompted the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife to issue a warning about not approaching wild animals. The video shows a family petting a moose that wandered into the town of Caribou.

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Critical Thinking, Precision, Team Work [Video]

For over eight years, I taught broadcast journalism at the collegiate level and continuously heard colleagues questioning whether or not educators were teaching students critical thinking skills.

One university clearing teaching critical thinking, and other valuable skills such as listening, observation, and team work, is Ohio State University, and it's through its music program.

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Photo, Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Foresty
Photo, Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Foresty

Agricultural Entrepreneurs Honored Today in Augusta

The 73rd Annual Maine Agricultural Trades Show is underway in Augusta and you can check it out for free, through Thursday.

 

The show was kicked off earlier today with the recognition of notable contributions to Maine agriculture, by Governor Paul LePage and the Commissioner of the Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry, Walter Whitcomb.

 

A couple from Freeport, Maine was presented the 2014 Commissioner’s Distinguished Service Award.

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The Banana’s Under Attack but Forget About Potassium Supplements

We could be in a pickle.

It's long been known our body requires fuel to function well and when certain nutrients come up missing in our system we wind up with one affliction or another.

In an ideal world, you'd always balance the right amount of fruits, veggies, meats, grains and dairy to keep your body moving just right.

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‘Evil Did Not Win’ at Sandy Hook Elementary School

As we approach the one year anniversary, December 14th 2012, of the horrific events at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, one parent has turned the pain into good. Watch just how Robbie & Alissa Parker have dealt with the pain of losing their daughter, 6 year old Emilie Parker, and are using it to heal, but not only for them, for the entire community and all those affected with The Emilie Parker Fund.

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