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Growing Minds. Enhancing Our Human Resources.

LA has 5 institutions of higher education, 2 vocational schools, a strong continuing education system, and a museum capturing the wisdom of our past. LA is alive with education opportunities for for young and old, including students from across the country and abroad.

Auburn library media lab offers inspiration and tools

by Connor Regan on August 20, 2013

The Edward Little High School junior said he wrote and recorded his first song when he was about 10. The tools he uses now are much better, thanks to the Auburn Public Library’s Media Lab. His last few songs were mixed on one of the library’s new 27-inch iMac computers. “Having those tools, I would […]

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Dick Kendall has sadly passed away. His legacy and the impact he has had on the LA community will never be forgotten however. Dick’s lifetime of accomplishments is truly inspirational with his involvement in almost everything in Lewiston-Auburn. At 88, just before retirement, he was still chairman of four community boards. He had founded eight different […]

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Lewiston Tree Street Youth take to the outdoors

by Connor Regan on August 9, 2013

150 students from lewiston are being given the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors this summer. Its helping them to grow as individuals and open their eyes to the natural environment right outside their doorstep. Teaming up with the Androscoggin Land Trust and Warden Service, the students are learning how to fish in the Androscoggin River, […]

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Just 20 minutes from the center of Lewiston; Pineland farms sits nestled in the surrounding hills of New Gloucester . This 5,000-acre working farm, diverse business campus and educational and recreational venue  is an prime model of how easy it is to live learn work and play all in the same day. Pineland Farms’ mission is […]

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With 400 teachers having undergone evaluations under a new system in the past year it is clear that Lewiston is making substantial moves to raise education standards in the city with no tolerance policy for bad teachers. Lewiston’s new evaluation system gives teachers more support, more coaching and more professional development. But compared to the […]

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