I’ve been on the radio in northern Maine for over 30 years—all told—starting in the days when we still spun records on turntables and dinosaurs still roamed the earth. Music is in my blood and I was naturally drawn to radio in college, where I was studying Speech-Communications. Every day I’m up before the dawn to gather the news, sports and weather and find the most concise way to deliver it to folks dashing off to work or school. When I’m not at the radio station, I might be playing guitar and singing with my band, digging in the garden or hanging with my family watching Dr. Who. It always seems a little strange when people tell me, “I’ve listened to you all my life.” But it also means a lot to me to be a part of this community where I was born and “partly raised.” I love living, working and playing right here in my little town.
1940 Historical Photos of Potato Harvest in Aroostook County, Maine
More than three-quarters of a century ago, the potato harvest in northern Maine involved just about everybody who could lift a basket or roll a barrel.
Life on the Farm in Aroostook County in 1942 [Vintage Photos]
Northern Maine's farm community has changed significantly in 80 years from an age when small family farms spread across the landscape. Photos from the summer of 1942
VINTAGE VIDEO: Ice Jam Takes Out Bridge on St. John River in Northern Maine in April 1991
This video, shot in April 1991 on the St. John River in Allagash, shows a massive ice jam carrying off the Dickey Bridge while sightseers scramble to get out of the way.
LePage Files Paperwork to Run For Maine Governor in 2022
Former Republican Maine Governor Paul LePage has taken the first step to register as a candidate for governor in 2022.
Standoff in Amity Ends Peacefully [UPDATE]
State police say the man involved in a standoff in the Southern Aroostook County town of Amity Tuesday has surrendered and has been taken to the to Aroostook County Jail.