February 13, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Rest of ski season looking good

By Jami Badershall Irregular Staff Writer SUGARLOAF -- Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Sugarloaf, James Costello, had a positive report for More...

Town discusses future of touring center

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- The future of Touring Center was the topic conversation at a public hearing last week. Residents and surrounding community memb More...

Gifts of Love contributes to Special Olympics

SKINGFIELD -- Gifts of Love was formed five years ago when five women who lost a friend to illness wanted to do something in her memory. They began by More...

Rustic Overtones play at Sugarloaf

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Rustic Overtones will be playing at Sugarloaf/USA on Saturday, Feb. 16 in the King Pine Room of the Base Lodge. Doors will open More...

Pen pals encourage students' writing

KINGFIELD/STRONG -- All elementary school teachers know that an important part of their job is to teach students to write. A more difficult aspect of More...

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Obituaries - Free Access

Ivy C. Anderson

1925-2002 -- She was founder and manager of the Wire Bridge Thrift Shop

NEW PORTLAND -- Ivy C. Anderson, 76, of New Portland, died Saturday, Feb. 9, 2002, at Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington. She was born July 1 More...

Gerald D. Bean

1945-2002 -- He enjoyed, motorcycling, water-skiing and woodworking

DALLAS PLANTATION -- Gerald D. Bean, Sr., 56, of Dallas Plantation, died Thursday, Feb. 7, 2002, at home with his family at his side, following a cour More...

Sarah F. Davenport

1924-2002 -- She is remembered for her talent in cooking, her flower gardens, and her oil paintings

FARMINGTON -- Sarah "Sadie" F. Davenport, 77, formerly of Main St., Rangeley, died Friday evening, Feb. 8, 2002, at Franklin Memorial Hospital. She More...

Governor chills out at Polar Blast

Governor King, undaunted by the weather during Polar Blast weekend, Jan. 31 to Feb. 3, showed up to enjoy the festivities. Pictured are (left to right More...

Bode begins competition today

Recently CVA's Bode Miller took time off from training to spend a few moments with Tom Brokaw of NBC's Nightly News. The network will air a news segme More...

Schools to receive less funding

SAD#58 -- The district has received a proposed budget for the 2002-2003 school year. The numbers are not final, but are not expected to change much. More...

Area News

RANGELEY GROUP INTERVIEWING FOR OUTREACH WORKER By Janet Le Clair EUSTIS -- Sue Hughes of the Rangeley Group, attended the selectman's meeting More...

The Hopsons, 20 years with Special Olympics

"I get more out of it than I put into it. It's so rewarding. "

STRATTON -- Since 1982, Mary and Jerry Hopson, proprietors of Widow's Walk Bed and Breakfast, have participated in the Maine Special Olympics events a More...

Unlimited chaos for one New Portland couple

NEW PORTLAND -- "People that are interested in coming to this area can easily find information on Sugarloaf, Sunday River, and Rangeley, but there isn More...

Mt. Abram Profile of the Week: Jessica Norton

SALEM -- Jessica Norton has a long list of school activities she's involved in. She's on student council, is the senior class president, plays soccer More...