I’ve been on the radio in northern Maine for about 30 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 with my band, 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 and playing right here in my little town.
38-Year-Old Man Dies in Snowmobile Crash, Moosehead Lake
Emergency crews were unable to save him and Chamberlain died at the scene.
Six Years in Prison for Credit Union Robbery in Patten, Maine
A man who robbed a credit union in Patten last year has been sentenced to six years in prison with all but three years suspended.
Fire in New Denmark, N.B. Heavily Damages Home
A woman was treated at the scene for minor smoke inhalation. The man was not home at the time the fire broke out.
Fire Destroys Lee Merchant Signs in Caribou
Estimated loss to the building and contents was about $185,000.
7th Annual Angel Snowfest, Saint Agatha, Maine
A fun-filled day for the whole family at the 7th Annual Angel Snowfest, Saturday at the Lakeview Restaurant.
Aroostook Veterans Advocacy Committee Meeting
The meeting is Saturday at 11:00 am at the VFW Hall on the Van Buren Road in Caribou.
Aroostook League Senior All-Star Game
The games are scheduled at Caribou High School, Wednesday, March 4.
Snowmobile Crash in Fort Kent Seriously Injured Maine Man
Both the snowmobile and the apartment building sustained extensive damage.
One Man Dead & One Seriously Injured in Crash, Fredericton, N.B.
Police say the crash occurred shortly before 11 a.m. on Canada Street on the city's north side.
New Brunswick RCMP Phasing in E-Tickets
The province is phasing in the use of e-tickets, starting with the RCMP, for most violations under the Motor Vehicle Act.