April 28, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Area businesses see mixed winter results

KINGFIELD -- Local business owners are reviewing mixed business levels after a winter that saw little snowfall after two monstrous December storms, an More...

Kingfield POPS event to kick off summer

KINGFIELD -- The hills of Western Maine will be alive with the sounds of music to kick off the Independence Day vacation week. The Kingfield POPS and More...

442 members strong

For the first time since its inception in 1961, the Arnold Trail Snowmobile Club can call itself the largest of its kind in the state, numbering 442 m More...

Tom White runs for Sheriff

FRANKLIN COUNTY -- Tom White, 52, of Jay, recently announced his candidacy for Sheriff of Franklin County. Before beginning his law enforcement car More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Lorraine L. Chandler-Berry

1928-2004 -- Her true passion was early childhood development and care

RANGELEY -- Lorraine "Gram" Louise Chandler-Berry, 75, of Rangeley, died peacefully Thursday morning, April 22, 2004, at her home in Rangeley. Mrs. More...

Lois Beedy Niles

1922-2004 -- She enjoyed gatherings of family and friends

JAY -- Lois Beedy Niles, 81, of Jay, died Sunday afternoon, April 18, 2004, at her home. Born in Phillips, Oct. 28, 1922, a daughter of Harold and More...

Mr. President?

Kingfield fourth grader Jake Thomas portrayed George Washington recently during his class More...

Sawdust blazes at local mill

KINGFIELD -- Kingfield Wood Products is currently recovering from the impact of two recent fires. The more recent blaze, which took place on Tuesday, More...

Blaine Holding, 2003 Warden of the Year

Twenty years of exceptional service

COPLIN PLANTATION -- For Blaine Holding, the position of Maine Game Warden is not only about getting the opportunity to experience the great outdoors. More...

Grass fire burns barn, home and 10 acres

NEW PORTLAND -- A grass fire spread to a barn/storage shed on Route 16 on April 17 and then to a house and fields. It destroyed the barn, gutted the u More...

Avon 'Welcome' signs a step closer

AVON -- The bids for cemetery maintenance for 2004 were opened at the Avon Selectmen's meeting on April 20. The bid was awarded to Dana Toothaker. More...