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Millinocket Credit Union Resumes Some Operations After Fire

Katahdin Federal Credit Union has resumed some of its operations after fire forced the building to close last week. Since the fire, the credit union set up several temporary offices to service its customers. But now, customers can do some of their transactions at the damaged building.

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Knights of Columbus Ask You to Share a Warm Winter’s Night

When you're broke, regardless of how you got there, having to find the means to pay for food, shelter, clothing and medicine can be difficult enough.

Unfortunately, for several months of the year in Maine, you also have to worry about freezing to death, and heating your home is not cheap these days.

That's where the Knights of Columbus come in, and just in time, as the Thaw Fund operated by the Washington Hancock Community Agency (WHCA) is empty.

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Pine Tree Society Photo

The Egg-Cellent Adventure is Coming to a Walgreen’s Near You!

The 2014 Q-106.5 Pine Tree Camp Egg Ride will begin at the Hungry Hollow 76'ers Snowmobile Club in Levant with a big breakfast around 7 a.m. Then, the riders will “Egg-Up” and prepare for the ride from Levant to Newport where the De-Egging will commence!

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Penobscot River Ice 2014. Photo, Susan Patten, Townsquare Media
Penobscot River Ice 2014. Photo, Susan Patten, Townsquare Media

Two People Dead and State Under Flood Watch

Two people are dead, and many more have been shaken, by the latest round of wintry weather to hit the state.

Public Safety Spokesman Steve McCausland says a man and woman were killed today when the van they were in went out of control, crossing the center line and striking a pickup truck, on Route 117 in Hollis.

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Photo Credit-Verso Paper-Bucksport Mill
Photo Credit-Verso Paper-Bucksport Mill

Verso Paper Mill in Bucksport to Shut Down for Two Weeks

Verso Paper's Bucksport Mill will close down for two weeks beginning next week, but the plant will open again in February. Townsquare Media heard today that the mill was closing down, so we contacted Verso's spokesman Bill Cohen who assured us that jobs are safe in Bucksport.

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Fire Burns Out Of Control In Los Angeles County

Millinocket Fire Believed Caused By Electrical Problem

Millinocket Firefighters believe the blaze that closed the Katahdin Federal Credit Union in that town today started as an electrical problem above the boiler. Millinocket Fire's Deputy Chief Thomas Malcolm said when crews first arrived, they found fire above the boiler that had burned through the ceiling to the second floor.

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Katahdin Federal Credit Union Sets Up Temporary Office After Fire

An early morning fire in the building where the main office of Katahdin Federal Credit Union is located has caused damage to the building. In response, the credit union has set up a temporary office to service its customers

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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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Another Winter Snowstorm Strikes U.S. East Coast

Governor Urges Mainers To Report Ice Storm Damage

Maine residents are being urged to report any ice storm damage to their homes and/or businesses. Governor Paul LePage says the information will help the state government know the extent of the damage and which areas were hardest hit.

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State Emergency Declared As Winter Storms Batter Kansas

Huge Thanks To the Folks Keeping Us Safe

We wanted to send a huge thank you out to everyone who's working to keep us safe in the ice storm! From the sand truck drivers to the utility workers, there are a lot of people in our state who are postponing their own holiday celebrations in order to help us have ours.

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