September 18, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

DOT to air Lord's Bridge proposal

KINGFIELD -- The Maine Department of Transportation will hold a public hearing on Friday, Sept. 26 to present its proposal for replacement of the Rout More...

Phillips primary school discussed

PHILLIPS -- The town of Phillips is looking at ways of utilizing the primary school, which housed students in grades K-2 but was closed this year due More...

46-year-old charged with raping girl

PHILLIPS -- A Phillips man was arrested Sept. 8 for allegedly raping a teen-age girl earlier this summer. Jerry Hanson, 46, of Bridge Street in Phill More...

Troop News

Joshua Handrahan, son of Terry and Maynard Handrahan of New Portland, address is: B Co., 1-16th INF BN, 1st Combat Team, 1st ID, APO AE 09394. TH More...

Mt. Abram student profile: Nate Manning

SALEM -- Mt. Abram senior Nate Manning's involvement with the band "Never Say Die" began casually enough. "Kyle Tranten asked me if I wanted to jam More...

Walker promoted to patrol supervisor

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- A Kingfield resident who has been with the Carrabassett Police Department for the past four years recently received a promotion More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Crystal A. Carignan

1962-2003 -- She enjoyed her work, making people smile and being around her family

RANGELEY -- Crystal A. Carignan, 41, of Rangeley, died Thursday morning, Sept. 11, 2003, at Maine Medical Center in Portland. She was born July 9, More...

Rita K. DeRaps

1926-2003 -- She was a prodigious artist whose work was collected and prized by many

FARMINGTON -- Rita Knockwood DeRaps, a noted artist of regional Native American Indian fame, has passed over, after a short struggle with cancer, on S More...

Elva Fotter

1923-2003 -- She will be remembered as a loving grandmother

FARMINGTON -- Elva Fotter, 80, of Eustis Ridge Road, Eustis, died Tuesday evening, Sept. 9, 2003, at Franklin Memorial Hospital. Born Feb. 10, 1923 More...

Man injured when he helps moose

COBURN GORE -- A 54-year-old man was injured last week after he cut a telephone line to free a moose. Peter Sewall, who manages sporting camps for More...

Sun shines on New Portland fair

NEW PORTLAND -- For the first time in several years "Mother Nature" cooperated with four perfect weather days for the 71st annual New Portland Lion's More...

Saddleback sold to Farmington man

RANGELEY -- On Tuesday, Sept. 9, Saddleback owner Donald Breen announced the sale of Saddleback Ski Area to Archie W. "Bill" Berry of Farmington. B More...

At home and on the mend!

Warren Meyer of Stratton is pictured with his dad, Earl Meyer. Warren has returned home after being in the hospital and a rehabilitation center in Bre More...

One quarter of Timbers project pre-sold

PCARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Twenty-two of 84 townhouses being constructed at Sugarloaf/USA have been pre-sold, according to Paul Peck, an attorney from Po More...

CVA welcomes new staff

PHOTO: The beginning of any new school year at Carrabassett Valley Academy means that there will be many new faces. This year, some of those new faces More...

Pratt resigns as Phillips principal

PHILLIPS -- Phillips Elementary School principal Sue Pratt recently accepted a job as SAD 9 Assistant Superintendent. "I view it as a new challenge," More...

Blue ribbon winners abound at fair

PHOTO: Members of the third grade from Central Elementary School in New Portland made 90 percent of the scarecrow display, which won them three blue r More...