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TAMC President Greg LaFrancois thanks Marie Cash (center) of Presque Isle and 
Margaret Blanchard of Blaine for 40 years of service to TAMC. Absent from photo: Kathy Lancaster of Caribou and Carl Shaw of Presque Isle.

TAMC employees recognized for years of service


Robert Craig

Trial of Florida man, 81, accused of killing Maine man, 86, to start in July

Jury selection will begin on July 10 in the case of a Florida man accused of killing an elderly acquaintance at his Presque Isle home.
This 2007 Ford Taurus was heavily damaged Saturday afternoon in a collision with a Houlton ambulance at the intersection of North Street and Union Square, according to the Maine State Police.

Driver collides with ambulance responding to emergency medical call

A Houlton man crashed his car into an ambulance that was on its way to an emergency call on Saturday afternoon.
Aroostook Beef Company will have a fixed storefront as of this weekend when the northern Maine farm opens its store Saturday. In addition to its locally raised beef, the store will carry a number of made in Maine products.

Northern Maine beef farmers want to get their meat on local dinner plates

For the last three years the couple — former Nebraska ranchers — has been growing a herd of prime black angus cattle on their New Canada Aroostook Beef Company farm just south of Fort Kent.
No matter how many times we saw them, it was hard to not be impressed by reindeer sporting a full, velvety rack.

Forget moose — when you’re above the Arctic Circle, it’s time for reindeer games

“When a driver hits and kills a reindeer, they are responsible for compensating the animal’s owner for the cost of that reindeer. So we are a bit happy when one gets hit.”

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