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Returning Home For Quality Of Life

by GeneGeiger on March 8, 2014

Downeast Machine & Engineering project engineer Tyson LaRochelle, right, talks about an in-line pipe mixer he designed at the Mechanic Falls company with production manager Rob Parsons. Tyson LaRochelle left Maine after high school drawn to big city life and to future his education. ┬áDuring college, he had internships at firms like Lockheed Martin, but […]


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 […]


Education is the key to success and it’s why the six week program, “Camp Read A-Lot” is one of the programs prioritized by Lewiston eduction officials. This program represents a clear progression forward in a noble goal; investment in our children’s education. It shows that we are willing to go the extra step to ensure […]


The Importance Of Post High School Education

by Luke Livingston on June 5, 2012

Unemployment Data Highlights Growing Educational Divide The following was written by Allison Linn for MSNBC.com on June 4th, 2012: If you want to get a job in this economy, it's becoming increasingly clear that you better also be thinking about getting an education beyond just a high school degree. The government reported Friday that the […]

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