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Provided by Nordic Heritage Sports Club: Nordic Heritage Sport Club President Paul Towle (left) and Event Director for the 2016 IB Union World Cup #8, Jane Towle, Rodney McCrum, Sponsor Pineland Farms company president and COO , Haley Kelley, Pineland Farms VP marketing and sales, Steve Towle, event manager
Provided by Nordic Heritage Sports Club: Nordic Heritage Sport Club President Paul Towle (left) and Event Director for the 2016 IB Union World Cup #8, Jane Towle, Rodney McCrum, Sponsor Pineland Farms company president and COO , Haley Kelley, Pineland Farms VP marketing and sales, Steve Towle, event manager

Biathlon World Cup to be Held in Northern Maine

The countdown is on as Aroostook County will host the 2016 International Biathlon Union World Cup. At a press conference in Mars Hill (April 17) today, officials announced the dates and early details for when the world’s top biathletes will converge on northern Maine for the eighth in a series of nine stops on the 2015-2016 circuit. Aroostook County is the only stop in the USA.

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Nigel Roddis, Getty Images
Nigel Roddis, Getty Images

Former Rumford, Maine Woman Reunited with High School Ring Lost 30 Years Ago

Hilda Lee Cash, a former resident of Rumford, Maine lost her Rhode Island high school class ring on a beach in Cape Cod in 1985. Now she has it back.

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Sean Gallup, Getty Images
Sean Gallup, Getty Images

Central Maine News: Environmentalists Urge Lawmakers to Back Residential Solar Power Investment Bill

These are some of the stories central Maine is talking about today.

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Getty Images

Harsh Northeast Winter No Hindrance to Hungry Ticks-UGH!

I HATE TICKS! So this did nothing to make me feel better. The Northeast may have just escaped one of the coldest and snowiest winters to date, but that still will not reduce the risk of Lyme disease or other tick-borne illnesses.

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Dan Kitwood, Getty Images

Apple Is Expanding Environmental Efforts by Investing in Land in Aroostook County

Apple, ya the computer company, is expanding its environmental efforts by investing in a new Chinese solar power project and preserving 36,000 acres of "sustainable" timberland in Maine and North Carolina.

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Powdered Alcohol Creator Tries to Get Ahead of State Bans

The creator of Palcohol (powdered alcohol...get it?) is furiously trying to fend off efforts to ban the product in Maine and across the country before it even hits stores.

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Pine Nut Recall at Hannaford Because of Possible Salmonella Contamination

There has been a recall for pine nuts in four ounce packages sold at Hannaford.  The nuts have a best by date of November 11, 2015. The recall is for potential salmonella contamination.

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Coreen Lauren (in orange) was at the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon when the bombs went off.
Coreen Lauren (in orange) was at the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon when the bombs went off.

‘We Walked Around In What Felt Like A War Zone’: Maine Woman Shares Her Experience With Boston Marathon Bombings

The following was written by Coreen Lauren, a Maine woman who ran the Boston Marathon in 2013 and was in the medical tent at the finish line when the bombs went off. With the Boston Marathon coming up on April 20, we present her story of a day that will live with many of us forever.

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Alex Wong, Getty Images

A Minimum Wage Hike Question May Make the 2016 Maine Ballot [POLL]

There are many topics that won't go away in the realm of politics and raising the minimum wage is one. The question iswhether to, how to or to how much we should raise the minimum wage is constant. Now, voters may have their say in 2016.

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Mike Higgins
Mike Higgins

Rivers Rising as Snowmelt Continues in Maine

Federal, state and industry officials are meeting again to discuss the spring flood risk in Maine as concern shifts from rising river levels to the threat of wildfires.

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