April 2, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Phillips Middle School to get addition

KINGFIELD -- On Tuesday, March 25, voters in the towns of Avon, Phillips, Strong, Kingfield and Eustis took part in a referendum that asked them to ap More...

Underlook Project receives support

PHOTO: Mt. Abram High School students (left to right) Tim Kennedy, Joanna White, and Chad Mitchell recently accepted a generous gift from the Mt. Abra More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Charles R. "Buzz" Crandall

1910-2003 -- He enjoyed reading, playing cribbage, and teasing his grandchildren

FARMINGTON -- Charles R. "Buzz" Crandall, 93, of Strong, died Monday afternoon, March 24, 2003 at Franklin Memorial Hospital, following a brief stay a More...

Peggy A. McManus

1938-2003 -- She was very active in Maine quilting circles

PHILLIPS -- Peggy Ann McManus, 64, of Pleasant Street in Phillips, died Friday morning, March 28, 2003, at New York Methodist Hospital due to complica More...

Lucille B. Mitchell

1907-2003 -- She loved horses and was an avid harness racing fan

FREEMAN -- Lucille Brackley Mitchell, 96, of Freeman died Friday afternoon, March 28, 2003, at her home on the West Freeman Road with her family by he More...

Yankee thrift evident at Coplin Plantation Town Meeting

COPLIN -- Occasional gavel rapping by Moderator John Dill, kept discussions on several of the 50 articles at the Coplin Plantation Town Meeting on tra More...

Phillips voters reject ambulance increase

PHILLIPS -- At the Phillips Town Meeting on Saturday, March 29, roughly 80 registered voters deliberated for four hours on 56 articles on the Town War More...

SAD 58 holds annual arts festival

SALEM -- The gym walls at Mt. Abram High School were adorned with hundreds of pieces of artwork, and the cafeteria was a performing center for many ta More...

The W.G. Bass closing: an example of adversity becoming opportunity

WILTON -- When G.H. Bass closed its Wilton shoe manufacturing plant in 1998, the community was shocked, much as Kingfield is over the H.G. Winter Mill More...

News from Our Service Men & Women

Beginning this week, the Irregular will dedicate this column to news of those sons, daughters, moms and dads from the area (or related to those from t More...