March 31, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

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Witherspoon appointed FAME CEO

KINGFIELD -- Kingfield resident John Witherspoon has long been one of the area's most accomplished citizens. He has perhaps been best known for overs More...

Where small businesses and displaced workers can get assistance

KINGFIELD -- Local business owners, those looking to start their own business or those looking for employment, have a variety of avenues to choose fro More...

Coplin: Forty-eight articles pass in 60 minutes

COPLIN PLANTATION -- Twenty-four of the 135 residents were present to take part in Coplin Plantation's annual town meeting at the Stratton Community B More...

Town Meeting: Phillips approves new bucket loader

PPHILLIPS -- In a relatively routine two-hour Town Meeting last Saturday, roughly 50 registered voters in Phillips breezed through 52 Warrant articles More...

Strong Selectmen hear citizen's complaint

STRONG -- The high visibility of a portable toilet next to the Strong tennis courts on the Burbank Hill Road is not lost on several residents in the v More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Philip Ernest Chelidona

1940-2004 -- He is sadly missed by all who knew and loved him

EUSTIS -- Philip Ernest Chelidona, 63, of Eustis Ridge, passed away peacefully at his son's apartment in Yarmouth, where he had been residing during a More...

Ethel C. Pease

1917-2004 -- Her hobbies included camping and reading

NEW PORTLAND -- Ethel C. Pease, 86, of New Portland, died Sunday evening, March 21, 2004, at her home on School Street, following a long illness. S More...

Virginia Alice Sitz

1964-2004 -- She was instrumental in founding a private elementary school in Indonesia

FARMINGTON -- Virginia Alice Sitz, 40, of 28 Maple Street, Kingfield, and Payogan, Bali, Indonesia, died Thursday, March 25, 2004, in Farmington. S More...

Carrabec blood drive tops goal

NORTH ANSON -- On Monday, March 15 Carrabec High School's National Honor Society held a blood drive in conjunction with the Portland Red Cross. NHS More...

News from our Troops

PFC Ryan F. Stevens graduated Recruit Training from Paris Island on March 12. While at Paris Island, Stevens was in the 1st Recruit Training Battalion More...

Sunday Sweet Sunday

For the 21st year, Mainers flocked to sap houses throughout the state as Maine Maple Sunday took place last Sunday. The day was a celebration of the p More...

Resources for small businesses outlined in Kingfield forum

KINGFIELD -- The loss of manufacturing jobs and the need to attract more businesses to the area were hot topics at a small business forum held at Webs More...

Lizzie Lightens Up

Lizzie Chenard, of Salem, feels a bit "light-headed" after having a 10-inch hair cut that resulted in the hefty braid she holds. The braid will be don More...

Sugarloaf sees skier traffic decline

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- This past winter has seen skier traffic drop off at Sugarloaf and other northeastern ski resorts. "It has been a difficult s More...