Cub Tracks Youth Triathlon

Cub Tracks Youth Triathlon

Check In at the Field House 10:00 - 12:00 Pre Race Mandatory meeting - Field House 12:00 Race start 1:00pm<br />Parent or guardian must be present at the event but do not participate in the race. Ages 7-9 begin race first with swim swim ages 7-9= 50yd, ages 10-13= 100 yd.<br /> bike ages 7-9=2 mil., ages 10-13=2.5 mil. * terrain is 75% dirt covered trails run ages 7-9=.5mil., ages 10-13=1.0 mil.

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Where's Wendy?

Where's Wendy?

On Sunday I went to the Common Ground Country Fair in Unity, Maine. I had not been in years and it was a lot of fun seeing all the animals and checking out the local vendors. I couldn't wait to check out the food options and was excited to get a Pie Cone, which is pie in a cone. :)

Bangor synagogues defaced with anti-semitic symbols

BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER)-- A symbol of hate now marks Beth Israel Synagogue's welcome sign, the same vandalism that is on the neighboring synagogue, Beth Abraham. It is an action that many would consider a hate crime.

Sergeant Paul Edwards with the Bangor Police Department said, "Someone understands what a swastika is and what it stands for obviously. They understand what it means to the jewish community and how hateful it is."

According to police, the vandalism happened between 7:00- 7:20pm Friday night. The vandals used spray paint to deface the synagogues with swastikas. Next to the Nazi symbol was an upside down crosses with three sixes, a symbol associated with satanic worship.

In Our New Multi-Screen World, Mobile Rules

Guess what, according to a recent Google study, we spend an average of 4.4 hours of our daily leisure time in front screens…multiple screens on multiple devices. And we’re using them simultaneously to complete tasks.

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John Bapst remembers one of its own

BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- A Bangor school community will remember the life of one of their own today.

John Bapst Memorial High School student Owen Krause died in a car accident on Wednesday morning.  Krause was traveling along Route 1A in Prospect when police say his sedan suddenly veered into oncoming traffic and struck a dump truck head-on. 

At 2:30pm on Sunday in Sekera Auditorium at the high school, everyone from the school community is welcome to share stories of how they'll remember Krause.

He was 16 years old.  The crash is still under investigation.

UMaine falls to Albany in home opener

ORONO (NEWS CENTER) - It was a matter of execution in the red zone.  UMaine couldn't.  Albany could.  As a result, the Black Bears dropped their home opener 30-20. 

Despite outrushing Albany 247 to 135 yards, it was three Great Dane TD runs of 74, 9, and 37 yards that provided the visitors offense with just enough scores.  Albany outgained Maine by a two-to-one ratio in the air: 264 to 132 yards.

The Black Bears were shutout in a half for the second time in three games as they fell behind to the Great Danes 9-0 at the break. 

Marcus Wasilewski got Maine back in the game with a 19-yard TD pass to DaMarr Aultman in the the beginning of the third quarter make it 9-7.  However, on the very next play from scrimmage Kevin Chillis ran for that 74 yard score maintaining a two-possession cushion for the rest of the contest. 

UMaine Cooperative Extension Canning Workshop

University of Maine Cooperative Extension in Penobscot County has announced that a Canning Workshop will be held on Sunday, October 14 at The Seventh Day Adventist Church in Dexter, beginning at 2:00pm. Registration is $15 and must be paid in advance.

In this course you will learn the basics behind home food preservation and food safety. The course will consist of insight into how canning and freezing function as preservation methods. This is a hands-on workshop where attendees will be making and preserving blueberry jam.

For more information, to register, or to request special accommodations, contact Theresa Tilton at (207) 942-7396 or (800) 287-1485 (in Maine), or e-mail Theresa.tilton@maine.edu.  Registration fees must be paid in full prior to the class. Payment should be made to UMaine and mailed to UMCE Attn: Theresa, 307 Maine Ave., Bangor, ME 04401.