November 14, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Signs of the times

Saturday, Tripp Construction, contractor for the upgraded parking lot at the Stratton Plaza, demolished the old marquee. According to one owner, Scott More...

Mt. Blue Water District discusses grant

PHILLIPS -- The Mt. Blue Standard Water District met on Thursday, Nov. 7 to go over construction projects that will take place with the aid of a Commu More...

Tips from the Kingfield Water Superintendent

Winter Prep 1. Winter is practically upon us again. Remember your heat tape, skirting, insulation, heaters, etc. Freeze-ups are costly and can be p More...

Police investigate burglary, tool theft

STRONG -- Carpentry and construction tools worth $3,200 were reportedly stolen from Severance Family Carpentry on Lambert Hill Road in Strong earlier More...

Centers for Children asks Phillips selectmen for support

PHILLIPS -- The Phillips Board of Selectmen met on Tuesday, Nov. 5 to hear presentations from the Western Maine Centers for Children and the Mt. Blue More...

Local election results

WESTERN MOUNTAINS -- On Tuesday, Nov. 5, cities and towns throughout the state of Maine hosted elections for various legislative offices at the nation More...

Outdoor Center referendum defeated by narrow margin

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- A referendum that would have forced the town to tighten the uses of the Outdoor Center came to a grinding halt on Election Day More...

Kingfield Water District welcomes new member

KINGFIELD -- The Kingfield Water District Board of Trustees welcomed new member A. Joseph Ray at its meeting on Monday, Nov. 4, and also discussed bil More...

Widowmaker Lounge sees improvements

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- The activity on the third floor of the Sugarloaf/USA's base lodge is not the typical scene for Sugarloaf's favorite nightclub. More...

Charter amended

AVON -- Residents here and in Phillips voted 144-88 a week ago Tuesday to amend the local water district's charter. To cast ballots, voters had to li More...

Health center offers natural solutions

KINGFIELD -- Kingfield's Marie Shields is helping area residents live healthier lives. Shields opened Optimum Health Center for business last June. " More...

Kingfield selectmen discuss damage at Webster Hall

KINGFIELD -- The Kingfield Board of Selectmen met on Monday, Nov. 4 to discuss damage to Webster Hall by youth groups. Chairman John Dill said that More...