November 21, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

LURC hears sides on Bigelow Preserve lodge

HOULTON -- The Land Use Regulation Commission held a meeting at the Houlton City Council Chambers on Wednesday, Nov. 13 to discuss the plans of the We More...

Aviation survey discussed

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- On Thursday, Nov. 14, area business leaders, town officials, and area residents met at Sugarloaf/USA to discuss the results of More...

First baby in new unit at FMH

When Nicole Haggan gave birth to son Logan at Franklin Memorial Hospital, during the early morning hours of Oct. 18, he became the first baby born at More...

RFA receives grant

RANGELEY -- The Rangeley Friends of the Arts recently received a $6,000 grant from the Western Mountains Fund of the Maine Community Foundation to sup More...

Strong selectmen discuss abatement, fire truck

STRONG -- The Strong Board of Selectmen met on Tuesday, Nov. 12 to discuss the disposition of a fire truck that was returned to the town, and what to More...

How sweet it is

Five-year-old Dakota Danforth of Stratton tastes the snowflakes from the season's first major storm Sunday, Nov. 17. The storm began late Saturday nig More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Emerson L. Dyer

1919-2002 -- He enjoyed hunting, fishing and fixing old radios

HOLYOKE, Mass. -- Emerson L. Dyer, 82, died Thursday, Nov. 7, 2002 at the Soldiers Home. Born in Stratton, Nov. 15, 1919, the son of Charles W. and More...

Elmer M. Howes

1920-2002 -- He enjoyed spending summers at his camp in Strong

HOPKINTON, N.H. -- Elmer M. Howes, 81, of Hopkinton, N.H. and formerly of the Berlin/Gorham area, passed away Saturday, Nov. 9, 2002 at his home. More...

Susie B. Oakes

1899-2002 -- She enjoyed gardening, bridge, cooking, crafts and traveling

HOLDEN, Mass. -- Susie Berdina (Stewart) Oakes, 103, of Rangeley, died Wednesday Nov. 13, 2002 at the Holden Nursing Home in Holden, Massachusetts. More...

SAD 58 school board discusses policies, busing

PHILLIPS -- On Tuesday, Nov. 12, the SAD 58 Board of Directors met at Phillips Middle School to discuss the cancellation of the 6:30 p.m. late bus for More...

Warren Meyer benefit big success

STRATTON -- Nearly 500 family members, friends, neighbors and concerned individuals turned out on Nov. 9 at the Stratton Plaza to show support and con More...

Mt. Blue Water District applies for grant

PHILLIPS -- The Mt. Blue Standard Water District has recently applied for a $400,000 Community Development Block Grant to assist with the completion o More...

Kingfield town notes

KINGFIELD -- Officials from the Town of Kingfield recently issued the following notes for residents. The town office will be closed on Nov. 28 and More...

Last baby in old unit at FMH

When Lauren Mulholland gave birth to her daughter Olivia on Oct. 16 at Franklin Memorial Hospital, Olivia earned the distinction of being the last bab More...

Phillips Planning Board discusses sign ordinance

PHILLIPS -- The Phillips Planning Board met on Monday, Nov. 11 to review the town's sign ordinance with a planner from the Androscoggin Valley Council More...

Beal's store suffers break-in

STRONG -- On Wednesday, Nov. 13, Beal's General Store was the site of a break-in. Although no items were taken, the store suffered a broken window. More...

CVA celebrates 20 years

CARRABASSETT VALLEY, Maine More...