March 27, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Sweet smells of spring

Sunday was Maine Maple Sunday as sugarshacks across the state opened their doors to the public to share their love of maple syrup. Many maple syrup fa More...

Garage burns in Eustis

EUSTIS -- A fire started here in Gene Duquette's garage on Tuesday, March 19. It started because of a problem with the installation or connections to More...

ASC posts $28 million loss

Skier visits to Sugarloaf/USA is down over 11,000 compared with last year at this time

NEWRY -- American Skiing Company recently announced the results for its second fiscal quarter and six months that ended Jan. 27, 2002. Total revenu More...

Students shadow mountain employees

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Stratton seventh graders followed mountain employees around for two days last week to see what a job here is like. Stratton and More...

Reggaefest 2002 comes to Sugarloaf

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Sugarloaf/USA is continuing what is probably its most renowned tradition with its 14th annual Budweiser Reggaefest, sponsored b More...

Flowerfest 2002 is coming

KINGFIELD -- The second annual Flowerfest will be held on Saturday, June 8 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The daylong celebration of flowers and the goods made More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Ernestine C. Cahoone

1919-2002 -- She enjoyed knitting, playing Bingo, and spending time with her cat

FARMINGTON -- Ernestine C. Cahoone, 82, of Madrid, died Tuesday, March 19, 2002, at Franklin Memorial Hospital with her family by her side. She was More...

Ralph B. Coleman

1918-2002 -- He enjoyed evening boat rides, fishing with his wife, and watching sunsets over Bald Mt

RANGELEY -- Ralph B. Coleman, 84, of Rangeley, died early Monday evening, March 18, 2002, at his home on White Tail Path. He was born March 2, 1918 More...

Mystery rash at Phillips Middle School

PHILLIPS -- Superintendent Quenten Clark believes that significantly less than the 50 or so of the students that complained of a rash at the middle sc More...

SAD 58 school board discusses a variety of issues

SKINGFIELD -- On Thursday, March 21, the SAD 58 school board met at the Superintendent's Office in Kingfield to go over a variety of school related is More...

Planning Board educated on Wellhead Protection

KINGFIELD -- Paula Thompson of Maine Rural Water attended the planning board meeting on Monday, March 18 to give them an introduction to wellhead prot More...

Farmer shares knowledge with youth

STRONG -- Judy Dill first met Andy Pratt 20 years ago when she interviewed for a teaching position at the elementary school here. Pratt had been on th More...

Students create interactive map

PHILLIPS -- Students in the after school program here soon hope to have their interactive map of Phillips, Avon, Madrid and the surrounding area uploa More...

Mt. Abram student profile:

Greg Dunham

SALEM -- Taking care of living things is something that comes naturally to Greg Dunham. "I have four turtles at home, and several fish as well, so More...

Kingfield Days Celebration plans rolling along

KINGFIELD -- The Kingfield Days committee has been busy gathering ideas and booking events for Kingfield Days 2002, July 26 to 28. The Mud Football Ch More...