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Monthly Archives: April 2019

By: Nick Langille – The Spectator Accidents on the interstate can be hard to avoid. They cause pile-ups and road congestion, which slows down the flow of traffic. This often leads to inconvenience for drivers and […]

By: Nick Langille – The Spectator BANGOR, ME – Come join the sisters of Kappa Lambda to watch the Mr. Husson Pageant! This event takes place tonight at 8 PM in the Gracie Theatre, One College […]

Husson Looking For Eagle Week Mentors By Kevin Doyon Husson University is looking for mentors for Eagle Week, a weeklong orientation program for first year students. It will run this year at the end of […]

Abby Fiske Memorial Dinner A Big Success By Kevin Doyon BANGOR, Maine — The second annual memorial spaghetti dinner to honor the life of a former Husson University student was held on April 6. The […]

By Bryan Sidelinger- On Wednesday, a Maine legislative panel approved a bipartisan deal on a paid leave proposal that had been watered down by Democrat. The deal was welcomed by business groups hoping to avoid a […]

By Jon Stinson The Internet- After years of opposition, the definition of what is a sport is being expanded. Recently, Esports (or electronic sports) have gained traction in the world of spectator sports. Video games […]

Compiled by Jon Stinson The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department apprehended a Shawmut, Maine woman in the early hours on Saturday, April 13th. Officer Ethan Boyd of the Carrabassett Valley Police Department arrested a 24-year-old, Kaitlin […]

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