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Year Nine : Winter 2017 to Fall 2017

Issue 31

Prayer Painting, Caribou Events , Northern Star, Gardening in the Snow: the UMFK Winter Garden Greenhouse, Winter Time In Aroostook County

Issue 32

Spring A Time Of Discovery, UMPI Hosts Hometown Premier Of Last Gas, A Trash To Treasure Fashion Show, Live United Aroostook Auto Rally, Paint Happy!, an more!

Issue 33

Dandelions Of Summer, A Gardner’s Passion, Promoting Early Literacy, Beautiful Weather Enjoyed By People And Ticks, Shipyard Brewing Adds Aroostook Made Malt and more!

Year Eight : Winter 2016 to Fall 2016

Issue 27 : Winter 2016

When I Was A Child We…, Northwoods Nectar, My Father, Improving Professional “Wellness”, The View From The Groomer, UMPI Efforts Impact Hunger, Healthcare & The Arts At Home And Abroad, UMFK Blazes a Trail For Public 3D Printing, Colors of Courage

Issue 28 : Spring 2016

From the Magazine Desk by Our Maine Street Team, Springtime Depressions: Dealing With the Holes in the Road by Catherine Shaw Bowker, Make-A-Wish by Make-A-Wish Maine Chapter, A Center of Culture and Community by Melissa Lizotte and more

Issue 29 : Summer 2016

Articles in the Spring issue include: Not All Treasure Is Silver And Gold, Cary And Pines Selected For Training Program, Maine Potato Blossom Festival, TAMC Brings Powerful Tool in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment to Aroostook County …

Issue 30 : Fall 2016

Holy Blackfly, Batman! Look at the size of that bug!; Employer U: the MMG Center for Professional Development; Caribou’s Largest Employer Uses Local Contractors to Complete Work; Common Crossing; UMPI’s Enjoys Bounteous Summer and Fall of Partnerships, Offerings; The Future of Aroostook County; UMFK Forestry Students Study in the North Maine Woods

Year Seven : Winter 2015 to Fall 2015

Issue 23 : Winter 2015

The Maine-Quebec Winter Carnival Caravan, Winter: A Love/Hate Relationship, County Dialysis Center: Providing Life-Sustaining Treatment, Winter Wonderland, Winter on Mt. Katahdin and more!

Issue 24 : Spring 2015

Presque Isle Youth Hockey, Maine Black Bears & Human Arrogance, An Opportunity to Explore Healthcare Careers, Where There Are Farms, There is Promise, Why You Should Move to Central Aroostook County

Issue 25: Summer 2015

Run for Heroes 5k , St. Luce Church, Power to the Pedal, Houlton International Wings & Wheels, Voices of My Ancestors, What A Difference A Year Makes, John Martin Papers, So Little Time, D is for Deficient

Issue 26 : Fall 2015

Armstrong Family Farm, Weston Community Church,  Accidental Homesteaders & The Almost Amish, A Foliage Road Trip, From Presque Isle All The Way To Pluto, Adventurer Scientist Returns From Driest Place On Earth

Year Six : Winter 2014 to Fall 2014

Issue 19 : Winter 2014

Highlights include: Saving Our Aroostook (Part 2), Old Farmer’s Almanac Wooly Worms and Ted.

Issue 20 : Spring 2014

Now arriving at retail locations throughout The County! Highlights include: Some People Have Money And Some People Are Rich, Saving Our Aroostook: Part 3, Biathlon: The Volunteers.

Issue 21 : Summer 2014

Highlights include: Threads of Hope, Times Long Gone, Where I’m From, Bouchard Family Farms, Long Road to Summer, Aroostook County Sporting Camps Offer History Tradition and Summer Fun

Issue 22 : Fall 2014

Highlights include: The University of Maine’s Aroostook Farm, Mars Hill Mountain Challenge, Ask Not What Your County Can do For You, Aroostook County Visitors Information Center, Don’t Count the Moments…

Year Five : Winter 2013 to Fall 2013

Issue 15 : Winter 2013

Highlights include: Veterans & Prosthetics, VA Clinic Turns 25, Keep Jack Frost Out and A Lesson.

Issue 16 : Spring 2013

Highlights include: Wildlife Refuge, Friends of Aroostook, Youth Voices and Spring on the Lake.

Issue 17 : Summer 2013

Highlights include: Acadian Congress 2014, Fort Fairfield Library, Fort Kent Flags and Eye of the Beholder.

Issue 18 : Fall 2013

Highlights include: Saving Our Aroostook, Old Name New Face and Lessons from a County Wedding.

Year Four : Winter 2012 to Fall 2012

Issue 11 : Winter 2012

Highlights include: Kicking Bear, Northern Maine General, Mizpah and Haystack,

Issue 12 : Spring 2012

Highlights include: Aroostook Weddings, Food, Fuel or Medications and Midsommar.

Issue 13 : Summer 2012

Highlights include: MSSM, TAMC Turns 100, Summer of ’67, Water Music and Innovation Engineering.

Issue 14 : Fall 2012

Highlights include:  The County My Second Home, Mystery of the Bell, Milk Bottles and A Farmer’s Wife.

Year Three : Winter 2011 to Fall 2011

Issue 07 : Winter 2011

Highlights include: Friends Church, The Community Players, Can Am, and Northern Prosthetics.

Issue 08 : Spring 2011

Features include: The Muskie Derby, Philanthropy in Aroostook County, Atlantic Salmon for Northern Maine and Red River Camps.

Issue 09 : Summer 2011

Highlights include: Lumberman’s Museum, What Matters: 40 Assets, 50 Years of NMCC and the Acadian Festival.

Issue 10 : Fall 2011

Highlights include: Route 161, Ride Aroostook, Richards Tree Farm and AVR Car 70.

Year Two : Winter 2010 to Fall 2010

Issue 03 : Winter 2010

Featured stories: USSA XC Junior Olympics at Nordic Heritage Center, 85 Years of Cary Medical Center and a look at birding in Northern Maine

Issue 04 : Spring 2010

The Log Cabin, Maple Sugaring, A Healthier County, Fairy Houses, Moving to the County and more!

Issue 05 : Summer 2010

The Cheese Maker, The Caribou Zoo, Aroostook Relay For Life, Presque Isle Inn Celebrates 10th and more!

Issue 06 : Fall 2010

Highlights include: Antique Tractors, The Goose Hunt, Aroostook State Park and the Maine Veterans’ Home.

Year One : Summer 2009 to Fall 2009

Issue 01 : Summer 2009

The North Maine Woods – Maine’s Own Buckwheat Treats – Presque Isle Turns 150 – It’s Time… – Sesquicelebrate Caribou – Wind Power & High Education – Healthy You: Have Sun Sense – Overcoming Varicose Vein-ity – Sodium: What Is The Right Amount – Company MD – County Critters -Increase In Fees: Still A Wicked Good Deal – Boondock’s Grille – Furniture & Floors North

Issue 02 : Fall 2009

This issue features local updates as well as features on Aroostook’s Veterans, Irving Woodlands gives some insight into the logging industry and we take a look at what goes into the planning of two of Aroostook County’s musical Christmas traditions.