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    • Weather For Presque Isle - 02/27/2015 February 27, 2015
      Presque Isle, ME Last Updated on Feb 26 2015, 11:55 pm EST Fair 1.0 F (-17.0 C) Wind: North at 5.8 MPH (5 KT) Dew Point: -14.8 F (-26.0 C) Pressure: 30.05 Humidity: 46% 5 Day Forecast 2015-02-26: Cold -12º/10º2015-02-27: Cold -16º/10º2015-02-28: Partly Sunny 0º/17º2015-03-01: Mostly Cloudy 14º/23º2015-03-02: Chance Snow 3º/26º
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    • Meet The 12 Youngest Legislators In America February 22, 2015
      The average age of a state legislator nationwide is 56, but that didn't stop these folks from running for office. With differing political ideologies and representing a range of states, they share one uncommon characteristic: their youth.
    • UMFK Environmental Studies Speaker Series featuring Dr. Chunzeng Wang February 13, 2015
      The Environmental Studies Speaker Series will host a presentation, "High-precision Land-cover-land-use GIS Mapping for Land Potential Assessment Based on High-resolution Aerial, CIR, and LiDAR Data in Agricultural Northern Maine," by Chunzeng Wang, Ph.D., on Friday, February 27 at 11 a.m. in the Nadeau Hall conference room. The event is free and open to the public.
    • Asnuntuck Debuting Program To Honor Its 'Gems' February 3, 2015
      Keith Madore is Asnuntuck Community College's new director of institutional advancement and community engagement. He's developed "40 Gems," a plan to honor alumni and supporters of the school during its 40th anniversary in 2015.
    • University of Maine System Board of Trustees Unanimously Approved... January 26, 2015
      On Monday afternoon the University of Maine System Board of Trustees unanimously approved a measure to divest all direct holdings from coal companies. The historic vote followed a two-year campaign led by students at the University of Southern Maine and University of Maine campuses.