June 19, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Eleventh tee needs stabilization

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- On Monday, June 10, the Carrabassett Valley selectmen met to discuss repairs to the Sugarloaf Golf Club, as well as the Narrow More...

Phillips Primary holds night to remember

PHILLIPS -- On Wednesday, June 12, current and former students and staff gathered at the Phillips Primary School to celebrate its 51-year history. The More...

Area News

CUPSUPTIC RIVER PROJECT BEGINS IN JULY WESTERN MOUNTAINS -- The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (IFW) biologists visited the Cups More...

History for sale

EUSTIS -- Tom MacDonald of Eustis has been collecting civil war memorabilia for the past 40 years and will now offer his treasures for sale at his new More...

Busting out all over

One of the most beautiful trees in Stratton is this apple tree in full blossom in front of the UnitedKingfield Bank. More...

Monahan earns top honors

SALEM -- Luke Monahan's easygoing nature masks his intense focus on his academics. The Mt. Abram High School senior is the class valedictorian, compil More...

A perfectionist graduates

SALEM -- Mt. Abram High School senior Jodi Wyman is accustomed to setting rigorous standards for herself. "I'm a perfectionist," she said. "I worry a More...

Primary elections held

KINGFIELD -- On Tuesday, June 11, primary elections were held in towns throughout Maine for local and national House and Senate races, and also for tw More...

Jazz and Blues showcase coming to Kingfield

KINGFIELD -- You can't walk into Maine Street Caf More...

Railroad musical slated

PHOTO: Famous guide -- Heidi Osterhout of Phillips plays the part of Maine's first registered guide, Fly Rod Crosby (born in Phillips in 1854) in the More...

Students surprise Meldrum with party

KINGFIELD -- This year, students in Joan Meldrum's Kindergarten class at Kingfield Elementary School were treated like kings and queens. On Monday, Ju More...

Kingfield Days News

WIN A HARLEY, FUEL OIL, CHAINSAW AND MORE KINGFIELD More...