#7 Katahdin Cougars Upset #3 Wisdom 42-34 [STATS/PHOTOS]
The #7 Katahdin Cougars Girl's Basketball Team upset the #3 Wisdom Pioneers on Thursday morning, 42-34 in a Class D semifinal. Wisdom had left the school at 4 a.m. this morning to make the 211.9 mile trip to the Cross Insurance Center from St. Agatha. The Pioneers led 8-7 at...
Maine Fire Marshal’s Office Investigating Fatal House Fire
According to a press release from the Maine Department of Public Safety's Shannon Moss, the Maine Fire Marshal's Office is in the process of investigating a Friday morning fire at a home in Madawaska. The press release explains that just after 12:30 AM on Friday (February 16), the fire department...
Penobscot Valley smothers Fort Kent to reach C girls final
The Howlers, who fell to Dexter 34-27 in last year’s regional final, will be seeking their first North regional crown since 2019.
#1 Schenck Boys Run Past Under-manned #9 Wisdom Pioneers 74-21 [PHOTOS/STATS]
The #1 Schenck Wolverines remained undefeated, beating the #9 Wisdom Pioneers 74-21 in a Class D Quarterfinal on Monday morning, February 19th. Wisdom only had 6 players available to play. Schenck led 22-3 at the end of the 1st Quarter and 36-6 at the end of the 1st Half. The...
Fort Kent teams win both Nordic and Alpine ski titles
“They have super supportive families,” coach Carl Theriault said, “which makes a huge difference.”
How Long Would It Take to Drive the Entirety of Maine’s Route 1?
Heck, you don't even need to leave Maine to experience a fun few hours in the car. The state is loaded with scenic drives, coastal roads, city streets, and village cut-throughs. It's pretty impressive for a relatively quiet state. Maine also includes the most famous road in the entire country,...
Local schools comment on how they address teen dating violence
PRESQUE ISLE, Maine (WAGM) - In honor of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month in February, local schools and mental health professionals speak about the importance of addressing dating violence through education. “When I ask students how many out of a group of ten do you think will experience dating violence,...
Wisdom girls defeat Bangor Christian in D North action
Playing with just seven active players, the Pioneers from St. Agatha will play the winner of No. 2 Central Aroostook and No. 7 Katahdin in the regional semifinals.
Today the gas price is close to $3.22 in Eagle Lake as of 2024-02-21. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Wednesday is $3.274, a week ago the price is $3.256 , according to AAA.
#2 Fort Kent Girls Beat #10 Bucksport 42-32 [STATS/PHOTOS]
The #2 Fort Kent Girls Basketball Team beat the #10 Bucksport Golden Bucks 42-32 in a Class C Quarterfinal on Monday, February 19th. Fort Kent led 10-5 at the end of the 1st Quarter, but Bucksport took a 18-17 lead at the end of the 1st Half. The Warriors led 36-27 at the end of the 3rd Quarter.
#7 Mount View Boys Upset # 2 Fort Kent 78-44 [STATS/PHOTOS]
The #7 Mount View Mustangs Boy's Basketball Team upset the #2 Fort Kent Warriors 78-44 in a Class C Quarterfinal on Monday, February 19th at the Cross Insurance Center. Mount View raced out to a 22-8 lead at the end of the 1st Quarter and led 37-24 at the end of the 1st Half. Mount View outscored Fort Kent 25-8 in the 3rd Quarter to take a 62-32 lead at the end of the 3rd Quarter.
Highschool Basketball | 19 February Bucksport Girls Game Notice
The Bucksport Girls Basketball team will have a Playoff game with Fort Kent(Fort Kent, ME) on 19 February, 2024, 8:30 PM. As of now, Golden Bucks has won 22 games and lost 2 games, and the winning rate is 0.917.
Madawaska town manager’s separation agreement includes $55 an hour advisory role
The agreement, obtained via a Freedom of Access Act request by the BDN, indicates that Picard's last day of employment with the town will be March 5.
Bangor, February 19 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Bucksport High School basketball team will have a game with Fort Kent Community High School on February 19, 2024, 19:30:00 CST. 2024 MPA C North Girls Basketball Quarterfinals #2.
Cross Insurance Center celebrates a decade of high school basketball tournaments
After playing her first three high school basketball tournaments at the Bangor Auditorium, Van Buren High School star Parise Rossignol got off the bus her senior year to play at the brand new $65 million Cross Insurance Center, which had replaced the Bangor Auditorium. It was the 2013-14 Class D...
Wisdom boys defeat Washburn in tense D North playoff game
The ninth-seeded St. Agatha team will now face No. 1 Schenck High School in a quarterfinal match at 10:30 a.m. Monday in Bangor.
Tattoo artist opens Aroostook shop after traveling the world
The shop will feature guest artists from across the country, many of whom Chris Gendron has met through his travels.
Union petitions to reinstate Maine nurse it says was 'unjustly fired'
Unionized nurses at Northern Maine Medical Center in Fort Kent are asking for the reinstatement of a nurse they say was "unjustly fired" without cause. Tiffani Daigle, RN, was terminated Jan. 25 from her job as a per diem emergency room nurse, according to the Maine State Nurses Association, which is part of National Nurses Organizing Committee, an affiliate of National Nurses United.
Inyas Janoch competes in two very different sports in the winter
ASHLAND, Maine (WAGM) - it takes quite a committment to play two sports at the same time in High School. Several Fort Kent skiers complete in both alpine and nordic events, but in Ashland there is an athlete who completes in two very different types of sports in the winter.Inyas Janoch laces up the sneakers for a basketball game and then the next day might put on a pair of skis and compete in a Nordic Ski race. He said there were some concerns on whether he would be able to juggle two sports and academics.
Community Gathered to Discuss Plans Town Manager’s Resignation
MADAWASKA, Maine (WAGM) - The community gathered in Madawaska this afternoon to discuss plans for the transition, following the town manager’s resignation earlier this week. Madawaska Town Manager, Gary Picard tendered his resignation Monday during a meeting attended by two Madawaska Selectpersons along with the town’s administrative staff. That resignation was accepted at the meeting this afternoon by the board of selectmen. The board says their next step is to look to hire a consulting firm to launch a search for the next town manager. Picard has not given the date of his last day and no interim town manager has been announced. According to information provided by the Town, Picard’s decision stems from a desire to prioritize his family and pursue a career that brings him joy and personal growth.