March 12, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Can you spell w-i-n-n-e-r-s?

Rangeley students took two of the top three spots in the Franklin County Spelling Bee last week.

CJAY -- Thirteen rounds was all it took to whittle out the best middle school speller in the county last week. At 7 p.m. sharp on March 4, 17 speller More...

Dinner and a show at KES

KINGFIELD -- On Saturday, March 22, Kingfield Elementary School 7th and 8th graders will present a TV Tunes and Italian Dinner Show at the school begi More...

Mill fights to survive competition, high costs

STRONG -- While lumber mills around the state are laying off workers, some, like Cousineau Inc., have resorted to reorganizing in hopes of staying afl More...

No investigation into hut system lease

DEAD RIVER TOWNSHIP -- The Public Utilities Commission recently decided not to investigate a lease between Central Maine Power Company and the Western More...

Nathan Kinney, active in his community

PHILLIPS -- Nathan Kinney and his mom and dad, Bonnie and Eric Kinney, all of Booker Hollow, will be on their way to Washington, D.C. in May -- all ex More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Alice Kenniston

1921-2003

FARMINGTON -- Alice (Torsey) Kenniston, 81, of Phillips died Saturday, March 1, 2003, at Sandy River Rehabilitation Center. She was born in Weymou More...

Towns, hospital to discuss ambulance service

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CV library purchases adoption books

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Local residents will now have expanded opportunities to learn more about the challenges and rewards of adopting children thanks More...

Mt. Abram student profile: Michelle Wilcox

SALEM -- Mt. Abram high school senior Michelle Wilcox has her sights set on a career as a paramedic. On Feb. 8, she completed her training to becom More...

Eustis Selectmen discuss water tank inspection

EUSTIS -- At a meeting of the Eustis Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, March 4, Water Department Superintendent Randy Scribner recommended that one of th More...

New Portland library receives grants of $280,000

NEW PORTLAND -- The New Portland Community Library recently received two federal grants totaling $280,000. The money will pay for renovating its build More...

Selectmen hear presentations

KINGFIELD -- On Monday, March 3, the Kingfield Board of Selectmen heard a presentation from Planning Board Chairman David Guernsey regarding a recent More...