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Aroostook Republican holds true to community newspaper roots | Print |
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 09:21

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    When a young attorney published the first edition of the Aroostook Republican  on Jan. 14, 1880, Caribou citizens may have questioned their newspaper’s chance of success. After all, they may have reasoned, the town’s first newspaper survived for two years before being bought out by Presque Isle investors and moved across the town line.

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Print Works: Making great impressions | Print |
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 09:21

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    It is said you can never have a second chance to make a first impression.
    For over 25 years, businesses and professional organizations in the upper half of Maine have been taking the important task of making positive first impressions to a company whose employees have built lasting careers making other people look good.

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RE/MAX Central agents and brokers cover Aroostook County | Print |
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 09:20

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    RE/MAX Central originated in 1984 as Kieffer Insurance and Real Estate.
    In 1985, Jane and Paul Towle teamed with Lehrle and Rob Kieffer to become RE/MAX Central Real Estate. The Caribou office grew and they added a new Presque Isle office. RE/MAX Central has continued to grow, now including offices in Houlton and Fort Kent.

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Loyalty to customers is secret to Leo & Sons success | Print |
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 09:20

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    If you ask the owners of Leo & Sons Citgo Inc. what the secret to staying in business in this area is, they will tell you that it’s not being afraid of hard work and being honest with your customers. That is especially true when the business involves the maintenance and repair of vehicles.

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Pub offers best in food, service | Print |
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 09:19

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    “Happy guests.”
    That, says Debi Gustin, who, along with husband Sonny, has owned the Irish Setter Pub in Presque Isle for the past 6-1/2 years, is the secret to the success and popularity of their establishment. It would be hard to argue with their strategy — or their tactics.

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Great food and extra convenience offered at Mike’s Quick Stop | Print |
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 09:19

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    With a drive-up window and fresh deli menu, Mike’s Quick Stop brings convenience to a new level along the frequented Caribou-Presque Isle commute on Route 1.
    Owner Mike Cyr purchased the store in December and, under the management of Pat Allen, the convenient store has undergone some bright new changes with new lighting and better space utilization, all while maintaining the fantastic services and community partnerships customers have come to expect over the years.

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Poitras Services, Inc. handling your automotive repair needs since 1978 | Print |
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 09:18

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    Poitras Service, Inc. is a family-owned and operated business that specializes in the service and repair of small engines, and small engine powered equipment. We will work on anything and everything that is powered with a small engine, from lawn mowers to snowblowers, lawn tractors to garden tractors, chain saws to zero-turn mowers, and everything in-between.

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Helping people all across Maine | Print |
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 09:18

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    Home Care for Maine has been specializing in helping older and disabled adults stay at home — where most people want to be — since 1994.
    “We understand that each customer is an individual and their service needs to be provided with that in mind,” said Vicki Ainslie, program director. “Our staff is well-trained and willing to work in the most difficult of situations. We believe that partnering with customers’ families to provide optimum care in a manner that meets their needs is critical to the success of remaining in their homes.”

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Quality found at County Stove Shop | Print |
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 09:17

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    Originally opened as the Wood Stove Shop in 1970 in Van Buren, what is now The County Stove Shop has been meeting Aroostook County’s heating needs for more than 45 years.
    In its full-scale showroom located on the Presque Isle Road in Caribou, the shop sells wood, pellet, electric and gas stoves as well as fireplaces.

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Flowers, decor and more | Print |
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 09:17

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Myrtle Tree

    Where can you find “The County’s Garden Destination” and a great selection of unique treasures? Myrtle Tree Farm/Ravenswood, located at 368 Fort Fairfield Rd., Presque Isle.
    Myrtle Tree, owned by Donna and C.K. Keegan, has 23 years in the nursery and garden business.
    “We knew you could plant perennials all season, some even better planted in fall. So we set out to make available plants and information to help gardeners enjoy adding to their gardens all season,” said Donna Keegan.

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