March 24, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Racers Ready! Physics and history converge

PHOTO: Stratton School student Dayton Vandrey, 9, places his pinewood car at the starting line. SAD 58 After-School Program students gathered at Kingf More...

Burgers and skiers team up again

Since 1996, the Bag and Kettle Restaurant and Carrabassett Valley Academy have teamed up to provide opportunities for student athletes of limited fina More...

New Portland man charged in assault

NEW SHARON -- A New Portland man was arrested after he allegedly entered a New Sharon residence without permission and threatened two occupants. Da More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Bertha May White

1916-2004 -- She enjoyed crafts, and made beautiful Christmas stockings

SKOWHEGAN -- Bertha May White, 87, died Saturday morning, March 13, 2004, at Cedar Ridge Nursing Home. She was born in Kingfield, March 24, 1916, t More...

First Rail Jam comes to Sugarloaf

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Sugarloaf/USA has invited some of New England's top rail riders to take part in the first Budweiser Rail Jam on Saturday, Apri More...

Jennifer Nile has made the cut

STRONG -- Jennifer Nile, 34, hasn't cut her hair since she was in high school, but last week Renee Smith of Mane Attractions made the cut for Locks of More...

Wind tower project continues, opposition perserveres

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Avon to buy Rangeley Building Supply property

AVON -- The residents of Avon voted last Saturday to purchase the Rangeley Building Supply property (formerly Rowe's Garage) for use as a community ha More...

Rangeley School maintenance contract reviewed

RANGELEY -- During the past several selectmen's meetings, the maintenance contract between Rangeley and the Rangeley Lakes Regional School has been on More...

Eustis selectmen make officer appointments

EUSTIS -- A number of residents were recently re-appointed as town officers by the Eustis Board of Selectmen. The appointments for 2004 were: Sandr More...