May 12, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Kingfield school budget up three percent

KINGFIELD -- SAD 58 towns will have to pay slightly more for education next year. The school district's 2004-05 budget features an increase in cost More...

Come to the Hop

KINGFIELD -- Once again a local restaurant will be hopping to music from the 50s, serving patrons their frappes and burgers as they sit in their cars More...

Bringing Maine's beauty into homes

NEW PORTLAND -- It was just over 15 months ago in November of 2002 that the Brochu family from the Stratton, Kingfield and New Portland areas, Luke, L More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Florence L. Searles -- Graveside Service

Florence L. Searles, 80, passed away April 5, 2004. Graveside services will be held on Saturday, May 22, 2004 at the Village Cemetery in Strong. Rev. More...

Local residents, high school prepare for Governor's visit

KINGFIELD -- Mt. Abram High School and Kingfield will get the rare opportunity to meet the Governor of Maine on Friday, May 21. Governor John Balda More...

Ellsworth prepares to be Rangeley Town Manager

RANGELEY -- Perry Ellsworth has long been one of the area's most active and productive citizens. "I've had continuous education at several colleges More...

Junk vehicles on the way out

AVON -- SAD 58 Superintendent Quentin Clarke attended the May 4 Avon Selectmen's meeting to advise town officials that the 2004/2005-school budget had More...

Rangeley selectmen welcome new town manager

RANGELEY -- The Rangeley Board of Selectmen welcomed new Town Manager, Perry Ellsworth with open arms at its meeting on Tuesday, May 4. "I'm comfo More...

U.S. Customs Officer Harp-Ellis has come a long way

COBURN GORE -- It's a long ways from the Mexican-United States Border near El Centro, Cal. to the United States-Canadian Border in Coburn Gore, but th More...

Dead River participants brave cold weather

EUSTIS -- The eighth annual Dead River Canoe and Kayak Races took place within some adverse weather conditions on Saturday, May 8. "The weather was More...