I’ve been in broadcasting my entire adult life, spending 30 years in radio here in Presque isle as well as Portland before moving over to TV in 2004. I spent 11 years at WAGM-TV as a news anchor, reporter and producer. I’ve recently come back to my first love, radio, as well as digital media with Townsquare Media. I live in Presque Isle and I have an adult son. I’m looking forward to interacting with people in Northern Maine and Western new Brunswick again.
NMCC Students Named to All-Academic Team
Eighteen Maine community college students, including three from Northern Maine Community College, have been named to the All-Maine Academic Team for two-year colleges by the national r organization.
Caribou High JMG Senior Named 2018 Smith Scholar
A Caribou JMG Senior has been named one of only a handful of recipients of a 2018 Kenneth M. Smith Scholarship.
Brother and Sister Duo to Perform at UMPI
A brother and sister piano/violin duo will be performing at the University of Maine at Presque Isle.
Three County Hospitals Collaborate Against Hunger
Three County hospitals are teaming up to fight against hunger.
Workshop Being Held for Companies Wanting to Expand Business
A workshop will be held in Madawaska for companies in the St. John Valley looking to expand their business.
UMFK, UMPI Name Joint Executive Director of Enrollment Management
Officials with the University of Maine at Fort Kent and the University of Maine at Presque Isle have announced the joint appointment of Jason Towers as Executive Director of Enrollment Management for the two public universities.
Construction Underway for New NMCC Simulation Center
NMCC is completely renovating existing lab space and updating it to represent realistic patient rooms.
NorState FCU Donates to 2018 Madawaska Acadian Festival
NorState Federal Credi Union is donating $1,000 toward the Madawaska 2018 Acadian Festival.
NMDC Awarded Certification to Expand Financial Services
NMDC has been awarded CDFI certification to expand its financial services.
Totally Trades Conference Celebrating 15th Anniversary
The Totally Trades Conference will bring together over 100 girls from schools throughout Aroostook County.