Issue 6 : Fall 2010

Issue Contents:

Antique tractors are truly a thing of beauty. They’re unique and powerful machines; mechanical work horses that come in all shapes, sizes and colors. They’ve stood the test of time and are an immensely important part of our agricultural heritage.

Tamra Kilcollins

Antique Tractors by Tamra Kilcollins

The Goose Hunt by Rebecca Bowmaster

Fair Is Fair by Dan Ladner

Maine Veterans’ Home by Trish Thibodeau

Aroostook State Park by Scott Thompson

Hunting Safety by Warden Charles Brown

An Aroostook Wreath by Oxbow Wreaths

Healthy You: The Secrets Lurking In Your Pantry by Kim Jones

The 40 Assets by Allison Heidorn

County Critters: Chocolate and your Pets by Dr. Terri McQuade

Courtyard Café OMS Interview

Monica’s Sandinavian Imports OMS Interview


Tamra Kilcollins, Ragina Kakos, Rebecca Bowmaster, Ken Lamb, Dan Ladner, Gene Cyr, Trish Thibodeau, Scott Thompson, Charles Brown, Oxbow Wreaths, Kim Jones, Allison Heidorn, Professional Home Nursing, Dr. Terri McQuade, Kaitlyn McLaughlin


Aroostook Home Health Services, Aroostook Technologies, Audibert Polaris, Boondocks Grille, Bouchard Family Farms, Caribou Inn & Convention Center, Cary Medical Center, Chandler Farms Inc, Clifford L Rhome CPA, P.A., Cormier Cabinetry, Dean’s Motor lodge, Inc, Fort Kent Ski-Doo, Greater Houlton Chamber of Commerce, Greater Fort Kent Area Chamber of Commerce, Greater Madawaska Chamber of Commerce, Husson University, I Care Pharmacy, John’s Shurfine Food Store, M.A.C.S Trading Post, Made In Aroostook, Maine Solar and Wind LLC, Maine Veterans Home, Marden’s, McGillan Inc, Monica’s Scandinavian Imports, Nadeau House of Flooring, Nadeau House of Furniture, Northern Maine Community College, Northern Prosthetics, Overlook Motel, Pines Health Services, Power of Prevention, Presque Inn & Convention Center, Presque Isle Area Chamber of Commerce, Professional Home Nursing, Quigley’s Building Supply, University of Maine at Fort Kent, University of Maine at Presque Isle, Valley Home Health Services

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