November 5, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Kingfield POPs highlighted at business forum

FARMINGTON -- The successful concert put on in Kingfield in July by the Bangor Symphony Orchestra is a good example of a creative economy, its organiz More...

Clubhouse funding, trail access other articles approved for town meeting

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Carrabassett Valley residents will soon get the opportunity to vote on a clubhouse project for Sugarloaf Golf Club. A specia More...

Day Mountain Cemetery to be cleaned

AVON -- A Boy Scout requested permission to clean young growth and fallen trees at the Day Mountain Cemetery at a recent selectmen's meeting. Kurti More...

Rising beef prices have consumers scrambling for alternatives

Beef prices have risen as much as $2 a pound of late.

WESTERN MOUNTAINS -- A sharp increase in beef prices over the previous several months has area restaurants and grocery stores searching for other type More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Marion J. Cushman

1918-2003 -- She enjoyed playing basketball and football in her younger years

CANTON -- Marion Jane Cushman, 84, formerly of Phillips, died at Victorian Villa Rehabilitation and Living Center Saturday evening, Oct. 25, 2003. More...

Audrey Elaine Dunn

1926-2003 -- She always had kind words for all and was generous and giving

WINTHROP -- Audrey Elaine Dunn, 76, of Winthrop passed away on Wednesday morning, Oct. 22, 2003, at Maine General Medical Center in Augusta, surrounde More...

Harold M. Karkos

1911-2003 -- He became principal of Strong High School in 1945

FARMINGTON -- Harold M. Karkos, 92, of Wilton, died Monday evening, Oct. 27, 2003, at the Sandy River Center for Health Care and Rehabilitation where More...

Voters approve retroactive pay for school employees

RANGELEY -- Voters approved spending $15,468 to pay school support staff retroactive wage increases and health benefits last Thursday night. Suppor More...

Students, parents prepare for future

SALEM -- Roughly 50 students and parents attended a community forum at Mt. Abram High School on Wednesday, Oct. 29. The evening's focus was on how to More...

SAD 58 schools make the grade

KINGFIELD -- SAD 58 Superintendent Quenten Clark is cautious about the most recent progress report on the district's schools, which indicates that all More...

Flooding problems, new town office site discussed

PHILLIPS -- Several trees in a stream near a residence on Ross Avenue in Phillips are creating a potential flooding hazard. According to Phillips R More...

Attorney hired to negotiate lake-level agreement

EUSTIS -- The Eustis Board of Selectmen have hired attorney Curtis Webber to represent the town in negotiations with Florida Power and Light. At a More...

New physician in Rangeley

RANGELEY -- Dr. Tasha E. Hofmann has joined the staff of Rangeley Region Health Center as a permanent, full-time physician. Hofmann, who has been s More...