May 28, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Thibodeau, Hoisington prepare for future

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Carrabassett Valley Academy seniors Renee Thibodeau and Krista Hoisington discovered the school in distinctly different ways. More...

Rangeley man in court on assault

FARMINGTON -- A Rangeley man arrested on May 8 and charged with gross sexual assault and criminal threatening made his initial appearance in Superior More...

Man enters guilty plea in case of sex abuse

FARMINGTON -- A Rangeley man who pleaded guilty on May 12 in district court to a felony count of sexual abuse of a minor and another felony count of u More...

Public reviews school budget

KINGFIELD -- On Tuesday, May 20, the SAD 58 School Board held a public hearing at the Superintendent's Office on the proposed 2003-04 budget, which wi More...

Sign ordinance revised

RANGELEY -- Based on remarks and observations garnered from Rangeley residents and business owners at a public hearing, a new sign ordinance has been More...

Tranquility gets a redo

STRATTON -- According to the new owner of the Tranquility Inn just north of the Stratton Village, it was an eagle that flew out at her by the edge of More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Harold N. Cole Sr.

1919-2003 -- He served with the 3rd Infantry of the U.S. Army during World War II

MADISON -- Harold N. Cole Sr., 83, of Strong, died Tuesday, May 20, 2003 at Maplecrest Rehabilitation & Living Center. He was born Oct. 13, 1919, in More...

Bernice I. Moore

1911-2003 -- Mrs. Moore always raised vegetables and loved working in her flower gardens

FARMINGTON -- Bernice I. Wells Merrill Moore, 92, of New Vineyard died Tuesday morning, May 20, 2003, at the Sandy River Center for Health Care. Sh More...

Gertrude Kempton Thomas

1908-2003 -- Her favorite hobby was crocheting

FARMINGTON -- Gertrude Kempton Thomas, 95, of Farmington, died Tuesday morning May 20, 2003, at Franklin Memorial Hospital. She had been a resident of More...

No changes planned at salmon hatchery

OQUOSSOC -- Despite a massive fire that ravaged Atlantic Salmon of Maine flagship hatchery in Embden, a spokeswoman says there will be no changes at t More...

Grand Central Station: right on track

KINGFIELD -- Two Kingfield couples recently opened the new Grand Central Station Kingfield gift shop on Main Street next to Longfellow's Restaurant. More...

Kingfield selectmen discuss ambulance funding

KINGFIELD -- At a meeting of the Kingfield Board of Selectmen on Monday, May 19, a date of June 24 was set for a special town meeting to raise additio More...

DAR meet in Lexington Township

LEXINGTON TOWNSHIP -- A meeting of the Ruth Heald Cragin Chapter, DAR was held at the home of Linda Miller on May 9. Several members, including one re More...

Assault suspect's bail revoked, returned to jail for violations

FARMINGTON -- A judge revoked bail for a Sandy River Plantation man May 12 and ordered him to head back to jail, where he will stay until his trial. More...

Clean Up Buddies

Last Thursday, the Kingfield Elementary School third graders and their friends from the Carrabassett Valley Academy community service class met in Kin More...

Woodcock reflects on mission trip

KINGFIELD -- The transition from one culture to another can be a difficult one. Yet, as Kingfield resident Yvonne Woodcock will attest, it can also be More...

Economic development group to bring POPS to Kingfield

The Kingfield POPS with the Bangor Symphony Orchestra (BSO) is the first project of the newly formed Mt. Abram Economic Development Group (MAEDG). The More...