January 30, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Phillips man charged with furnishing pot

PHILLIPS -- A 28-year-old man was recently arrested and charged with furnishing marijuana to a 14-year-old boy from Strong and a 15-year-old boy from More...

Dexter Hardware continues tradition on larger scale

WILTON -- "My favorite line is 'Walk before you run.' When we went into that basement, that was definitely walking." When Kelly Dexter bought a har More...

Kingfield Budget Committee makes recommendations

KINGFIELD -- The Budget Committee met at Webster Hall on Monday, Jan. 21 to make its recommendations for the town budget. There was much discussio More...

Selectmen propose 2002 budget

EUSTIS -- The Eustis Selectmen met in the town office last Tuesday, Jan. 22 to propose the budget for the town for 2002. The $4,000 required to buy More...

The one that DIDN'T get away

Daniel Howard of Strong caught this good-sized trout at Porter Lake in Strong on an ice fishing outing recently. The brook trout weighed in at a healt More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Lucina M. Bolduc

1905-2002 -- She enjoyed making afghans, making custard pies and enjoyed playing beano

PHILLIPS -- Lucina M. Bolduc, 97, of Phillips, died Friday, Jan. 25, 2002, at Sandy River Center for Health Care in Farmington where she had been a pa More...

Lillian M. Burgess

1910-2002 -- An avid reader, she memorized nursery rhymes, famous sayings, reports historical facts

WILTON -- Lillian M. Burgess, 91, of 44 Birch St., Wilton, died Sunday, Jan. 20, at her home. Born in Lynn, Mass., Oct. 7, 1910, the daughter of Wi More...

Walter "Skeet" Davenport

1918-2002 -- 1918-2002 -- He was an avid fly fisherman, trapper and hunter

RANGELEY -- Walter "Skeet" Davenport, 83, of Rangeley, Maine, died Monday, Jan. 21, 2002, at Maine Medical Center in Portland. He was born in Range More...

Gooley requests bill to help truckers

AUGUSTA -- On Tuesday, Representative Walter Gooley (R) of Farmington presented a request for a bill to the legislative counsel. If the council accept More...

New ophthalmologist joins Farmington practice

FARMINGTON -- Dr. Martin Whitaker, a board-eligible ophthalmologist, has joined Western Mountain Ophthalmology practicing with Dr. Richard Brown. The More...

Adams brothers open new funeral service

FARMINGTON -- Brothers Scott and Dan "Buzz" Adams, longtime owners of Adams Funeral Services in Phillips and Farmington, reopened their business last More...

Thai cuisine hits the Valley

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- A trip to the Royal Thai Restaurant and Sushi Bar on a Saturday night, and it's easy to see by the filled seats that locals wer More...

Kingfield Parks and Recreation budget increases

KINGFIELD -- Parks and Recreation requested $1,500 for its recreation program budget this year instead of the usual $1,000. More money is needed to re More...

'Skeet' helped guide Rangeley

"He loved the Rangeley region, and service to the town was a big thing."

RANGELEY -- When "Skeet" Davenport told stories about being a registered Maine guide, he was known to mesmerize listeners with his soft-spoken words. More...