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The Perpetual Christmas Tree for Veterans Lives on in Columbia Falls [Video]

Amazing.

Heart-felt, patriotic, and nothing short of amazing. A tribute to the men and women of the United States military, and their families, like none other.

The Perpetual Christmas Tree was ceremonially removed Sunday from the town of Bar Harbor and relocated, under escort by Maine members of the Patriot Riders of America, to the town of Columbia Falls, Maine.

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Win a Ride On a Fire Truck at Bangor Fire’s Open House

The Bangor Fire Department is celebrating Fire Prevention week by hosting its annual open house this Saturday at the Central Fire Station on Main Street. It's a fun and informational event that helps make kids more comfortable around the uniform and learn about fire safety.

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Maine music student receives trumpet from TGOM.  Photo Credit-Susan Patten/Townsquare Media
Maine music student receives trumpet from TGOM. Photo Credit-Susan Patten/Townsquare Media

Music! It Keeps our Radio Stations Running + Gives Maine Kids Focus [VIDEO]

Think about it for a minute.

Think about all the ways music impacts your life.

Aside from witty and entertaining on-air personalities, and the latest news and information, you tune into your favorite radio station for the music.

Music has always played a huge role in my life, and the teachers I remember and appreciate the most were my music teachers.

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Shutdowns + Vendor Changes the Subject of Acadia National Park Forum

Acadia National Park has made headlines as of late and the public has a chance to express their thoughts and concerns with three groups tomorrow night in an Acadia National Park Forum.

Recently, the National Park Service announced it had chosen a vendor to run the park’s concession operations which include the famous Jordan Pond House

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One Town’s Loss is Another Town’s Gain and You’re Invited

Columbia Falls, Maine, is where our soldiers and their families are honored, and home of Wreaths Across America.

This Sunday, there will be a ceremonial removal of a tribute to veterans out of the town of Bar Harbor to Columbia Falls.

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(Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)
(Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)

New Laws to Take Effect in Maine

As of Wednesday, police in Maine are going to need a search warrant before they can retrieve information from your cell phone as part of an investigation.

It's just one of the new laws that will go into effect in Maine starting tomorrow.

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Mental Health Awareness Conference Works to Stop the Stigma

Life is challenging enough without having to keep secrets. But that's exactly what people suffering from depression, anxiety, attention-deficit disorder, bipolar disorder, and many other conditions are forced to do to avoid being judged by their peers. A conference being held in Brewer this month hopes to stop the stigma.

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4H Celebrates 100 years of service to Maine youth and their families.  Photo Credit-University of Maine Cooperative Extenion
4H Celebrates 100 years of service to Maine youth and their families. Photo Credit-University of Maine Cooperative Extenion

Calling ALL 4-H Alumni

One hundred years of 4-H is celebrated in Maine this year and that has the Penobscot County 4-H Leader's Association working to locate former members and volunteers throughout the state.

Maine 4-H is the youth arm of the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, and as Brenda Mowdy explains, the youth club for boys and girls has grown and diversified its programs over the years but the foundation of 4-H remains true to its agricultural roots

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Funding Challenges Create a Merger as Mainers Support Victims of Domestic Abuse

A wider range of safety net programs will now be available for people who require the services of domestic violence agencies serving Penobscot and Piscataquis counties.

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State Police cruisers will display a breast cancer awareness plate during the month of October.  Photo Credit-Maine Department of Public Safety
State Police cruisers will display a breast cancer awareness plate during the month of October. Photo Credit-Maine Department of Public Safety

Maine State Police Get Involved in Breast Cancer Awareness

October is breast cancer awareness month and with 1 in every 8 women impacted by breast cancer in her lifetime, almost everyone knows someone in Maine who has been impacted by the disease.

Now Maine State Police will display pink in their own way this month

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