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Should Maine’s Forest Rangers Be Armed? The Task Force Continues its Review

Should Maine Forest Rangers be armed?

That was a topic of discussion that got a lot of attention from lawmakers in Augusta earlier this year, and the task force currently reviewing all of Maine’s Natural Resources Law Enforcement continues its work to have a final list of recommendations ready for Governor LePage in November

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Friends, family, and complete strangers search for a 15 year old missing teen from Glenburn. Photo Credit-Susan Patten/Townsquare Media
Friends, family, and complete strangers search for a 15 year old missing teen from Glenburn. Photo Credit-Susan Patten/Townsquare Media

A Plea from Maine Parents on National TV [Video]

You have to pay attention to what your kids are doing online to keep them safe.

That was the message as parents of murdered Glenburn teen, Nicole Cable, appeared on the Dr. Phil Show last night to explain to teens and parents the danger of online predators.

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Bangor Y Gala and Auction Next Weekend

The Bangor Y is gearing up for its fundraising Gala and Auction next weekend. Folks can dress up, enjoy dinner, and bid on a variety of incredible items, including an African Safari!

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For the Love of Music and Maine’s Homeless Veterans

Music is a gift that heals.

This Sunday in Augusta, the love of music will help to provide basic necessities to homeless veterans who have served to protect this nation and our freedoms.

It's the fourth annual Debbie Meyers and Friends Benefit Concert and when you buy a ticket you get over six hours of fabulous music performed by Meyers and several of her talented musical friends

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Where There’s Smoke There’s Usually Fire but Don’t be Alarmed

There's no need to be concerned next month if you see smoke billowing from portions of Acadia National Park.

Park officials are planning prescribed burns next month in order to preserve the cultural landscapes.

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Maine Celebrates Open Creamery Day

Celebrate the season’s bounty next month by sampling Maine made cheeses and learning how they’re made. Make a day of it! Enjoy the foliage, stop by a farmers' market, and visit the animals at the farm!

Maine’s creameries produce over 150 varieties of artisan cheeses each year

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Photo courtesy of the Stearns Family
Photo courtesy of the Stearns Family

Spaghetti Supper and Silent Auction to Benefit Man Recovering From Brain Injury

Friends and family of a young man who is battling back from a brain injury are holding a fun evening on his behalf. Andrew Stearns was hurt while working with an ATV in his yard. He's out of the hospital now but is still doing physical and speech therapy to get back all of the abilities damaged by the accident.

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A Fitting Tribute to Fallen Fire Fighters

It's now one for the record books, and for the record, the memorial service Saturday afternoon following the parade, was an amazing tribute to Maine's fallen fire fighters and those who died in the 9-11 terror attacks.

The Ellsworth Fire Department hosted the 50th State Federation of Fire Fighter's Convention over the weekend.

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Iris Biometric Scanner utilised by the Penobscot County Sheriff's Department and others in Maine to rapidly identify offenders.  Photo Credit-Susan Patten/Townsquare Media
Iris Biometric Scanner utilised by the Penobscot County Sheriff's Department and others in Maine to rapidly identify offenders. Photo Credit-Susan Patten/Townsquare Media

It’s the New Fingerprint for Law Enforcement [Video]

It's pretty much understood that the fingerprint is a unique identification tool for law enforcement but with today's technological advancements it's also a slow and somewhat "outdated" method thanks to the creation of Iris Biometric technology.

That very technology was showcased today at the Penobscot County Sheriff's Department with support from the Maine Department of Corrections, other county law enforcement and jail personnel, and the company behind the creation.

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Missing Man Found Alive

The man who's been the subject of a two-day search in the Benton area has been found alive according to authorities.

Warden Corporal John MacDonald says one of the search teams using K-9 support found 86 year old Arthur Wakeman alive.

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