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Flyer advertising a pie and bean fundraiser for the Brownville Community Church (seen in the Milo TradeWinds Marketplace).

Whooptoberfest Press Release.pdf
Announcement from the Center Theatre and Piscataquis Chamber of Commerce that the Maine Whoopie Pie Festival will be re-envisioned as a month-long virtual celebration dubbed ‘WHOOPtoberfest.’

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Trump came to Piscataquis County to visit Puritan Medical Products in Guilford. People in Guilford and surrounding towns took to the streets to protest his visit as well as speaking up about racial injustice and supporting Black Lives Matter.…

Scoopstock.pdf
Flyer advertising Soupstock 2020, a benefit event for the First Universalist Church of Sangerville & Dover-Foxcroft. This event was reconfigured form of the annual Soupstock, cancelled this year due to COVID.

July 2020 Parent_Student Letter.pdf
Information for parents, guardians, and students about the opening of Foxcroft Academy on September 1st, 2020.

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Life has changed dramatically for families in the Piscataquis region, and around the globe.

Writer Sheila Grant profiles Christi Pingree, a behavioral health professional who took a leave of absence when her children's school closed.

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Massage therapist Donna Kraft-Smith was one of many Mainers taken by surprise at the gravity of the COVID-19 pandemic. With her practice and school closed as non-essential businesses, Kraft-Smith continues trying to work with students and keep her…

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Kathy Richards, a classroom specialist with the Jobs for Maine Graduates (JMG) program at Foxcroft Academy, wants to help students find paths to rewarding, well-paying jobs. With schools shut down due to the pandemic, JMG providers are finding new…

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Everyone is adjusting and learning new ways to move forward during these unusual times. Checkerberry Farm owners Jason and Barbara Kafka are no different.

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While the Dexter-based Harold J. Crosby Community Band has enjoyed practicing and performing outdoors this summer, evenings are getting cooler, windier and darker. Not wanting it to be “the day the music died,” to borrow from Don McLean, the band has…
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