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 School Administrative Unit 31, or SAU 31 is a school district that serves the towns of Lowell, Burlington, Edinburg, Enfield, Howland, Maxfield, and Passadumkeag. A total of 3 schools are managed in the school district, and there is a total number of 652 students between the 3 schools. The districts total revenue is $7,708,000. The districts total revenue per student is $11,823. Currently, the three schools are in two separate buildings. ESS, the elementary school, is located in West Enfield, wh...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Penobscot Indian Island Reservation is an Indian reservation for the Penobscot Tribe of Maine, a federally recognized tribe of Penobscot tribe^ in Penobscot County, Maine, United States, near Old Town. The population was 610 at the 2010 census. The reservation extends for many miles alongside 15 towns and two unorganized territories in a thin string along the Penobscot River, from its base at Indian Island, near Old Town and Milford, northward to the vicinity of East Millinocket, almost entirely...

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WVOM-FM is an FM radio station located at 103.9 MHz, owned by Blueberry Broadcasting. WVOM and the other 16 Clear Channel stations in Maine were sold in August 2008 to Maine-based Blueberry Broadcasting which is headed by Louis Vitale and Bruce Biette. Known as The Voice of Maine News- Talk Network, The station serves the eastern Maine counties of Penobscot, Waldo, Washington, Hancock, and Piscataquis from its studios located in Bangor, Maine. It is also simulcast on WVQM (101.3 FM) in Augusta a...
 WBZN is a radio station licensed to Old Town, Maine and is found at the frequency 107.3 MHz (FM). The station has been on the air since August 1996. Previous to its current Top 40 format, the station was Greatest Hits of the 70s classic hits station under ownership of Eclipse Broadcasting, started by Chuck Foster and Mike Elliott. During that period WBZN used the same Z107.3 on air slogan. The station was heavily involved with Eastern Maine Medical Centers Childrens Miracle Network charities spe...
 The Slate House is an architecturally distinctive house at 123 Church Street in Brownville, Maine. Built c. 1860, it is the only known house to have foundations and wall exteriors fashioned entirely out of slate. It was built by the Brownville and Piscataquis Slate Company, a local quarrying operation, for its superintendent, and is believed to be unique within New England for the use of material and level of Italianate styling it presents. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Plac...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Hirundo Wildlife Refuge is protected area covering 2,402 acres (972 ha) along Pushaw and Dead streams in Penobscot County, Maine. The refuge was founded in 1965 by Oliver Larouche from his parents 3 acres (1.2 ha) camp. The refuge was donated as a trust to the University of Maine in 1983 by Larouche and his wife, June. The refuge is a living laboratory where current and past scientific research has been conducted. Hirundo is just downstream of Pushaw Lake and includes part of the Caribou Bog wet...
 
Sunkhaze Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is located in the Town of Milford, Penobscot County, Maine, approximately fourteen miles north of Bangor. The refuge was established in 1988 to ensure the ecological integrity of the Sunkhaze Meadows peat bog and the continued availability of its wetland, stream, forest and wildlife resources to the citizens of the United States. The purpose of acquisition, under the authority of the Fish and Wildlife Act of 1956 was ... for the development, advancement,...
 The East Branch Pleasant River is a 32.4-mile-long (52.1 km) tributary of the Piscataquis River in Piscataquis County, Maine. From its source (45°37�40�N 69°13�30�W 45.6277°N 69.2250°W 45.6277; -69.2250 (East Branch Pleasant River source)) in Shawtown (Township A, Range 12, WELS), the river runs about 19 miles (31 km) generally southeast to Upper Ebeemee Lake, then about 13 miles (21 km) south through Ebeemee Lake to its confluence with the West Branch to form the Pleasan...
 The West Branch Pleasant River is a 36.1-mile-long (58.1 km) tributary of the Piscataquis River in Piscataquis County, Maine. From a location north of Fourth West Branch Pond (45°36�32�N 69°16�08�W 45.609°N 69.269°W 45.609; -69.269 (West Branch Pleasant River source)) in Shawtown (Township A, Range 12, WELS), the river runs about 18 miles (29 km) counterclockwise around the White Cap Mountain massif, then about 18 miles (29 km) southeast to its confluence with the East Br...
 
 
 The Middle Branch Pleasant River is a tributary of the Piscataquis River in Piscataquis County, Maine. From the outflow of Middle Branch Pond (45°29�27�N 69°05�26�W 45.4908°N 69.0906°W 45.4908; -69.0906 (Middle Branch Pleasant River source)) in Maine Township 5, Range 9, WELS, the river runs 11.4 miles (18.3 km) southeast to its confluence with the East Branch in Brownville. The East Branch runs about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) further south, joining with the West Branch to form ...

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 The Burgess House is a historic house on Burgess Road, just east of Austin Road in Sebec, Maine, United States. The oldest portion of this wood frame house dates to about 1816, and was built by Ichabod Young, who erected the first fulling mill in Piscataquis County. The house is most remarkable for its high-quality interior woodwork, and for the artwork on the walls of several of its rooms, which includes paintings by Rufus Porter and stencilwork by Moses Eaton, Jr., two noted itinerant artists ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Great Works Dam was a dam on the Penobscot River between Old Town and Bradley in Penobscot County, Maine, USA. The original Great Works Dam was constructed in the 1830s and replaced between 1887 and 1900. The dam was originally owned by the Penobscot Chemical Fibre Company and was acquired by Diamond International Corporation in 1968 along with the adjacent mill. The dam and powerhouse were sold several more times, and in 2010 the Penobscot River Restoration Trust bought the dam from PPL Cor...
 
 

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The Edith Marion Patch House is a historic house at 500 College Avenue in Old Town, Maine. Built about 1837, the house was from 1913 to 1954 it was the home of entomologist and writer Edith Marion Patch. She named the house Braeside for the Scottish bluebells that grew on the property. The house was rescued from demolition in 2000, and plans are in development to establish a research center and museum dedicated to Patchs life and work. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in...
 
Morse Field at Harold Alfond Sports Stadium is a 10,000-seat multi-purpose stadium in Orono, Maine. It opened in 1998. It is home to the University of Maine Black Bears football team. It replaced Alumni Stadium which was condemned in 1996 after failing inspection. A temporary stadium on site was erected for the 1996 and 1997 seasons in which the east grandstand was constructed. The stadium is named for Harold Alfond, a longtime Maine booster. The field is named for Phillip and Susan Morse, who d...
 
 Alfond Arena is a 5,124-seat multi-purpose arena in Orono, Maine, USA. The arena opened in 1977. It is home to the University of Maine Black Bears ice hockey teams. It is recognizable for its distinctive hyperbolic paraboloid architecture. The multi-angular roof design can also be found at Pavilion at Villanova University, the Brown University Smith Swim Center and the Flynn Recreation Complex at Boston College. It was expanded from its original capacity of 3,800 in 1992 in order to accommodate ...
Maines 2nd congressional district is a congressional district in the U.S. state of Maine. Covering 27,326 square miles (70,770 km2), it comprises nearly 80% of the states total land area. It is the largest district east of the Mississippi River and the 24th-largest overall. It is the second-most rural district in the United States, with 72.11% of its population in rural areas, behind only Kentuckys 5th congressional district. The district comprises most of the land area north of the Portland and...
 
The West Branch Penobscot River is a 117-mile-long (188 km) tributary of Maines Penobscot River. The river flows from Seboomook Lake in Seboomook, Somerset County; the lakes principal inflows are the North Branch and South Branch Penobscot River. From Seboomook Dam (45°54�39�N 69°43�58�W 45.9108°N 69.7327°W 45.9108; -69.7327 (West Penobscot River source)) the river runs about 25 miles (40 km) east and northeast to Chesuncook Lake, thence (after flowing through Chesuncook)...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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  School Administrative Unit 31, or SAU 31 is a school district that serves the towns of Lowell, Burlington, Edinburg, Enfield, Howland, Maxfield, and Passadumkeag. A total of 3 schools are managed in the school district, and there is a total number of 652 students between the 3 schools. The districts total revenue is $7,708,000. The districts total revenue per student is $11,823. Currently, the three schools are in two separate buildings. ESS, the elementary school, is located in West Enfield, while the other two schools are located in Howland.  

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