July 23, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Logging Festival: Maine Woods celebrated

Luke Brochu to be inducted into Logger's Hall of Fame

RANGELEY -- Celebrate the cultural heritage of logging in the western mountains of Maine on Friday and Saturday, July 25 and 26 at the 23rd Logging Fe More...

Fuel tank replacement meeting set

KINGFIELD -- Department of Environmental Protection officials, in an informal meeting with Kingfield Water District personnel, recently described elem More...

Two local farms open to public

FRANKLIN COUNTY -- Eighty-six farms throughout Maine will open their doors to the public on Sunday, July 27, and one is in Kingfield and another in Ne More...

ASC pass rates stir controversy

Sunday River passes reduced, Sugarloaf's stay the same

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- While season pass rates for skiers at Sugarloaf will remain the same this year, the discrepancy in price between the resort and More...

Public safety building gets nod

RANGELEY -- The Rangeley Board of Selectmen awarded a bid for the town's new public safety building to the firm of Lankford & Lowe at a meeting on Tue More...

Rebecca Martin to perform at Kingfield Jazz Festival

KINGFIELD -- Maine native, singer/songwriter Rebecca Martin will be performing at Kingfield Flower Farm on Saturday, Aug. 2 during Jazz and Blues Show More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Donald P. Richards

1945-2003 -- He was Franklin County Sheriff for nine years

LEWISTON -- Donald P. Richards, 57, of the Farmington Road, Strong, died Thursday morning, July 17, 2003, at St. Mary's Hospital following a short ill More...

Volunteers fix homes

PHOTO: Among those working on a Kingfield home as part of the Summer Housing Repair program organized through the United Methodist Economic Ministry a More...

Meeting on spraying planned

COPLIN PLANTATION -- Citizens of Coplin Plantation are planning an informational meeting regarding International Paper's plan to spray herbicides on p More...

Coplin Plantation OKs ambulance subsidy

EUSTIS -- Approximately 20 Coplin residents turned out to vote on a plantation warrant July 15 containing four articles. John Dill moderated the spiri More...

Senator Collins praises lemonade stand

STRATTON -- Not only did two young school children raise over $100 through their homemade lemonade stand but they also drew praise from a State Senato More...

Fiddlers fiddle in Rangeley

By Barry Matulaitis Irregular Staff Writer RANGELEY -- The music from fiddlers young and old alike could be heard throughout Rangeley at the annual More...

Eustis ordinances examined

EUSTIS -- The land use ordinances in the Town of Eustis have come under scrutiny recently in light of complaints by several of the town's residents. More...

Characteristically Yellowjackets

The music is "Characteristically Yellowjackets -- it is melodic, but not overly obvious. It has a good beat, but with subtly," said band member, Bob M More...