June 30, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Selectmen discuss back taxes, reassessment

KINGFIELD -- Representatives from Kingfield Wood Products were present at a Kingfield Selectmen's meeting on Monday, June 21 to discuss taxes owed by More...

The Valley readies for 4th

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Town officials here are gearing up for another event-filled Fourth of July, as they plan their annual parade and entertainment. More...

Kingfield gets second Web site

KINGFIELD -- Marianne Stevens has a passion for Web design. "I've been doing Web sites to share pictures with my family," the eight-year resident of More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Ronald J. Toothaker

1950-2004 -- He enjoyed working on cars

PHILLIPS -- Ronald J. Toothaker, "Popeye," 54, of Phillips died Wednesday morning, June 23, 2004, at his home on Ross Ave. surrounded by his family. More...

Rangeley Park Commission discusses fence

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Fun Days return to Stratton

STRATTON -- Family Fun Days had more events than ever this year. The annual festival, which took place on June 25 and 26, kicked off with a lasagna More...

Dog disturbance discussed

PHILLIPS -- Phillips is currently dealing with a series of barking dog complaints. At the past several selectmen's meetings, the board has reviewed More...

Nash Stream gets new span

Several weeks ago, an era of sorts began drawing to a close in Coplin Plantation as a bridge that had stood sentinel over Nash Stream since 1930 began More...

Locals help Haitians

NEW VINEYARD -- Several local residents recently traveled to Haiti to put their talents to use in assisting the residents of Terrier Rouge, one of the More...