Issue 29 : Summer 2016

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Like most areas of the country, Aroostook County has its hidden gems…

Catherine Shaw Bowker

Not All Treasure Is Silver And Gold by Catherine Shaw Bowker

Cary And Pines Selected For Training Program by Bill Flagg

Maine Potato Blossom Festival by Tim Goff

TAMC Brings Powerful Tool in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment to Aroostook County  by Karen Gonya

An Invitation To Celebrate Independence Day by Limestone Chamber

UMPI’s Spring Semester Includes Regional Award, First Fulbright And A Marriage Proposal  by University of Maine at Presque Isle

St. John Valley Cultural Byway: A Self-Guided Tour  by Dona Saucier & Don Raymond

Deboullie Climate Change Study  by University of Maine at Fort Kent

Let’s Take a Drive to Aroostook County! by Central Aroostook  Chamber of Commerce


Catherine Shaw Bowker,  Gene Cyr, Lovena West, Lyndsey Maynard,  Christopher A. Mills, Earlene Dyer Lawrence, CACC, Pat Palm, UMFK, UMPI, David Shaw, Vonda Lavway, Tim Goff, Dona Saucier, Don Raymond  


Cary Medical Center, Central Aroostook Chamber of Commerce, Clifford L Rhome CPA, P.A., Crosswinds Residential Care, Giberson – Dorsey Funeral Home, Gram Russo’s Restaurant, Greenhouse Restaurant, Marden’s, McGillan Inc., Nadeau’s House of Flooring, Noyes Florist & Greenhouse, Overhead Door Company of Aroostook, Presque Isle Inn & Convention Center, Randy Brooker Construction, Ridgewood Estates, Robbie Morin Paving, The Aroostook Medical Center, University of Maine at Fort Kent, University of Maine at Presque Isle

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