I’ve been in broadcasting my entire adult life, spending 30 years in radio here in Presque isle as well as Portland before moving over to TV in 2004. I spent 11 years at WAGM-TV as a news anchor, reporter and producer. I’ve recently come back to my first love, radio, as well as digital media with Townsquare Media. I live in Presque Isle and I have an adult son. I’m looking forward to interacting with people in Northern Maine and Western new Brunswick again.
UMFK to Host Book Reading of ‘Compassionate Journey…’
Two of the five women authors of the anthology “Compassionate Journey, Honoring Our Mothers’ Stories,” will have a book reading on Tuesday, April 2 at 7:00 pm.
Vassalboro Man Charged with Assaulting Infant Son
A Vassalboro man has been charged with assaulting his 8 month old son.
Florenceville-Bristol Schools Start Recycling Program
The Town of Florenceville-Bristol has partnered up with the Western Valley Regional Service Commission in getting recycling into area schools.
Things Getting ‘Loopy’ at UMPI Campus
Florida-based musician Taylor Reed, an R&B, pop, neo-soul looperist is coming to the University of Maine at Presque Isle on Wednesday, March 27.
Flu Still a Problem Even with Arrival of Spring
A weekly report from the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention points to influenza still remaining a problem going into the springtime season.
Voisine Named ACT Champion
The University of Maine at Fort Kent’s Director of Student Services was recently named Maine’s ACT Postsecondary Champion.
Nordic Heritage Center to Host XC Ski Championships
Top skiers from the United States, Canada and from around the globe, will converge on Aroostook County to close out this winter’s ski racing season next week.
St. Patrick’s Day Celebrated with Sneakers & Shamrocks 4K
Northern Light AR Gould Hospital and Northern Maine Community College teamed up this past weekend for a healthy St. Patrick's Day.
Pump Prices Still Climbing Around New England
The price of gasoline continues its upward climb in New England.
JMG Partners with Aroostook EMA on Flood Preparedness
Fourth graders are learning what needs to be done to prepare for an emergency.