July 30, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

CV receives temporary permit to use Carriage Road

Carrabassett Valley residents now have an alternate route to access recreational opportunities in the Bigelow Preserve and Flagstaff Lake. The town re More...

King full-time at Irregular

KINGFIELD -- Caroline King, of Madrid, has been hired as the staff writer at the Original Irregular, replacing Barry Matulaitis who is leaving to hike More...

Eustis Selectmen approve road assistance

EUSTIS -- The gravel roads of Eustis have been impacted by the heavy rains of recent weeks. According to Road Commissioner Randy Scribner, who brou More...

Kingfield fire station funding discussed

KINGFIELD -- Kingfield Board of Selectmen met on July 19 to discuss the details of financing for the new fire station. Selectman John Dill reported More...

Board approves amended subdivision

KINGFIELD -- At a brief Kingfield Planning Board meeting here on Monday, July 19, an amended subdivision plan was approved for a lot adjacent to the C More...

Kingfield plans for future growth

KINGFIELD -- With the town's Comprehensive Plan Committee in place, attention has turned to ways to get funding for the planning process. The state More...

New Zealand hut system offers guidance

WESTERN MAINE -- In Western Maine Foundation's bid to establish a hut system in this area, the board recently received guidance and input from the ope More...

Kingfield Days, spirit not dampened by rain

KINGFIELD -- Despite the heavy rain Friday night, a large crowd turned out for one of the most anticipated events of the Kingfield Days weekend -- the More...

King full-time at Irregular

KINGFIELD -- Caroline King, of Madrid, has been hired as the staff writer at the Original Irregular, replacing Barry Matulaitis who is leaving to hike More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Leola Kelley Gould

1928-2004 -- She enjoyed camping

PHILLIPS -- Leola Kelley Gould, 75, of Phillips, died July 21, 2004, at her home with her family at her side. Born in Rome, July 22, 1928, a daught More...

Kingfield plans for future growth

KINGFIELD -- With the town's Comprehensive Plan Committee in place, attention has turned to ways to get funding for the planning process. The state More...

New Zealand hut system offers guidance

WESTERN MAINE -- In Western Maine Foundation's bid to establish a hut system in this area, the board recently received guidance and input from the ope More...

Kingfield Days, spirit not dampened by rain

KINGFIELD -- Despite the heavy rain Friday night, a large crowd turned out for one of the most anticipated events of the Kingfield Days weekend -- the More...

Matulaitis hits the trail

KINGFIELD -- After over two years as full-time staff writer and nearly two as sports correspondent before that, Barry Matulaitis is leaving the Origin More...

August at the Stadler Gallery...

Amanda Pellerin will exhibit her clay sculptures and Dimitri (Dima) Karabchievsky will exhibit his oil paintings at the Stadler Gallery throughout the More...

SpongeBob Squarepants

Darelene Twiss, owner of Anni More...

Phillips' Old Home Days

You Might Be A Red Neck, If...

PHILLIPS -- Phillips will hold its 46th annual Old Home Days, a weeklong series of events, from Saturday, Aug. 14 to Sunday, Aug. 22. This year's them More...

Rangeley tax rate increases

RANGELEY -- Rangeley Selectmen met on July 20 to hear a report from Town Manager Perry Ellsworth. The Rangeley tax rate will increase by .45 mils ( More...

CV receives temporary permit to use Carriage Road

Carrabassett Valley residents now have an alternate route to access recreational opportunities in the Bigelow Preserve and Flagstaff Lake. The town re More...

Community center planned

PHILLIPS -- The Zone, Youth Activities Center, for the youth of Phillips, Avon and Madrid, has established a new board of directors who have launched More...

Matulaitis hits the trail

KINGFIELD -- After over two years as full-time staff writer and nearly two as sports correspondent before that, Barry Matulaitis is leaving the Origin More...