March 13, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Bigelow Advisory Committee hears both sides

FARMINGTON -- The Bigelow Advisory Committee was given much to think about before their next meeting. On Monday, March 4, the committee held a public More...

Homeschoolers hold occupational fair

KINGFIELD -- Homeschooled children held an occupational/academic fair at the elementary school on Sunday, March 10. Thirteen kids from Pre-K to 11th g More...

State Police chief speaks at NHS induction

SALEM -- On Tuesday, March 5, the Mt. Abram chapter of the National Honor Society held its annual candlelight ceremony at Mt. Abram High School. By th More...

BrainFuse connects students with NY tutors

PHILLIPS -- The program is still in its experimental stages for middle school math teacher Verne Voter. His seventh and eighth grade students work for More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Alice S. Douglas

1910-2002 -- She taught in Phillips public schools for 28 years

GORHAM -- Alice S. Douglas, 91, died Wednesday, March 6, 2002, at the Gorham House. She was born in Salem, Aug. 21, 1910, the daughter of Frederic More...

Our Haitian adventure

Our adventure began on Jan. 23, 2002. We departed from Portland on a delayed flight causing us to miss every other flight on our itinerary! When we More...

Kingfield 18 inches behind in rainfall

KINGFIELD -- Robert Barnes was elected Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Kingfield Water District on March 4, while MaryBeth LaMotte was named vic More...

Students head to Seattle

SAD #58 -- On March 19, five students and two teachers from SAD #58 will leave for Seattle, Wash. to give presentations at a national conference on se More...

Firefighters, rescue workers get cooking

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Area fire fighters and rescue workers continue to stick with their fitness program they began last fall. Through a grant receiv More...

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny

RANGELEY -- It has officially become a tradition. Last year, parents of the third graders here decided that a pancake breakfast with the Easter Bunny More...

Mt. Abram Profile of the Week: Kevin Barker

SALEM -- Although it may seem a deed many would overlook, the people at Mt. Abram have come to rely on Kevin Barker to raise the flags at the high sch More...