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Do Them a Big Favor; Slow Down and Move Over

A State Trooper is recovering from injuries he sustained after his cruiser was struck by another vehicle while he was sitting parked at the scene of a crash in Southern Maine.

Trooper William Baker was treated and released Sunday from the hospital in York. He has a number of bumps and bruises.

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Winter Survival Kit For Your Car – What You Need

What would you do if you got stranded on the side of the road? Would you be prepared if you had to sit in your car for a while? This weekend's weather made me realize that I need to put together my winter survival kit for my car

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Photo, Getty Images

Maine Tree Farms Remain an Annual Christmas Tradition [VIDEO]

There was a lot of green moving Friday throughout the state, and there will be for the next few weeks to come.

You're apt to see that green securely fastened to car rooftops as people transport their "just right" Christmas tree home.

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Photo courtesy of Anah Shrine
Photo courtesy of Anah Shrine

The Anah Shrine’s 2nd Annual Festival of Trees Final Two Days are This Friday & Saturday!

Step into Christmas at the Anah Shrine on Main Street in Bangor at our 2nd Annual Festival of Trees! Nearly 50 trees await your visit. When you see a tree you like, place your ticket into the bucket by that tree, or all of the nearly 50 trees on display!

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Winger wears his new protective vest. Winger patrols with his partner, Trooper Chrtistopher Smith, in Hancock and Washington Counties Photo, MSP
Winger wears his new protective vest. Winger patrols with his partner, Trooper Chrtistopher Smith, in Hancock and Washington Counties Photo, MSP

New Protection for State Police Officers

Some of Maine's state police force is now better protected thanks to a non profit organization.

A total of eight K9 officers have been outfitted with new vests.

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Evergreen boughs harvested downeast without landowners permission.  Photo, Maine Forest Service
Evergreen boughs harvested downeast without landowners permission. Photo, Maine Forest Service

Maine Evergreen Boughs in High Demand

'Tis the season and that means Mainers looking to make some money are out in the woods harvesting Balsam Fir boughs.

The process is called tipping, and Maine landowners are generous enough to give tippers written permission to harvest the evergreen off their property.

But, when someone doesn't get that permission in writing, that's when the Maine Forest Service steps in to enforce Maine's timberland laws.

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Photo, Julie Denesha/Getty Images
Photo, Julie Denesha/Getty Images

Maine’s Super Heroes Are Ready [Video]

They're called Maine's Snow Fighters and they're telling Mother Nature they're ready for what ever she may dish out this winter.

The Maine Department of Transportation has a fleet of over 400 plow trucks whose driver's work night and day to be sure over 83-hundred lane miles of roadways are cleared during winter storms.

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Photo courtesy of Anah Shrine
Photo courtesy of Anah Shrine

The Anah Shrine’s 2nd Annual Festival of Trees Final Two Days are This Friday & Saturday!

Step into Christmas at the Anah Shrine on Main Street in Bangor at our 2nd Annual Festival of Trees! Nearly 50 trees await your visit. When you see a tree you like, place your ticket into the bucket by that tree, or all of the nearly 50 trees on display!

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Robert MacDonald of Orland missing in Philippines.  Photo, Kelly Frye
Robert MacDonald of Orland missing in Philippines. Photo, Kelly Frye

Woman Hopes Social Media will Help Locate Her Dad in Philippines

Kelly Frye and her family are doing everything they possibly can to find her father, with whom she had her last conversation via Facebook before the typhoon hit the Philippines.

Frye says her last conversation with him was last Thursday evening and he told her there had been a warning issued about the impending storm.

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Maine Senator Calls for Repeal of Affordable Healthcare Act [Video]

Mainers are not happy, and they're letting their Congressional representatives know it by phone calls and emails.

Constituents reaching out to U.S. Senator Susan Collins say they're upset with the impact the Affordable Healthcare Act, otherwise known as Obamacare, is having on them personally, and their businesses.

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