I’ve been on the radio in Northern Maine for about 25 years—all told—starting in the days when we still spun records on turntables and dinosaurs still roamed the earth. Music is in my blood and I was naturally drawn to radio in college, where I was studying Speech-Communications. Every day, I’m up before the dawn to gather the news, sports and weather and find the most concise way to deliver it to folks dashing off to work or school. When I’m not at the radio station, I might be playing guitar and singing at a local café, digging in the garden, or hanging with my family watching Dr. Who. It always seems a little strange when people tell me, “I’ve listened to you all my life.” But it also means a lot to me to be a part of this community where I was born and “partly raised.” I love living, working & playing right here in my little town.
Madawaska Man Faces up to 20 Years in Prison for Importing Drugs
A 39-year-old Madawaska man pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Bangor to illegally importing drugs commonly known a Ritalin and Xanax.
Three People Face Drug Charges at Tobique First Nation
Police say two women and one man have been arrested following the execution of a drug search warrant on Tobique First Nation.
Storm Closings and Cancellations for Thursday, March 8
With significant snowfall expected across Aroostook County and western New Brunswick today and tonight, here's a look at the latest storm closings and cancellations:
Crandall Returns to MDEA as Northern Commander
Darrell Crandall, who retired last month after more than 3 years as Aroostook County Sheriff, has been named the northern commander for the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency.
Quebec Man Charged With Meth Trafficking in New Brunswick
A man and a woman from Quebec were arrested this week following a drug seizure in Saint-Quentin, New Brunswick.
Aroostook County Could Dodge the Worst of the Snowstorm
With a major March snowstorm bearing down on Maine this week, it looks like much of Aroostook County could dodge the worst of the late winter blast.
RCMP Seek Owners of Tools Found in Rivière-Verte, N.B.
The West District RCMP is seeking the owner or owners of power tools and other items recovered in Rivière-Verte last fall.
Woman Dies in Fire at New Brunswick Seniors’ Complex
RCMP say one woman is dead following a fire early Tuesday morning at a seniors' complex in Coles Island, N.B.
Woman Suffers Severe Injuries in Presque Isle Crash
A Presque Isle woman remains at a Bangor hospital with serious injuries following a two-vehicle collision Saturday morning on the State Road in Presque Isle.
18-Year-Old Driver Dies in Saint John Area Crash
RCMP say an 18-year-old man was killed in a single-vehicle accident late Thursday afternoon in Baxters Corner, about 20 kilometres northeast of Saint John, N.B.