August 5, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Old factory seeking new use

AVON -- Lauri Sibulkin, who owns the former Lauri Inc. toy factory in Avon, is currently seeking a purpose for the now empty facility that is "both in More...

Strong receives $29,652 in DOT funds

STRONG -- The Strong Board of Selectmen signed the Department of Transportation certification to be eligible to receive funds from the Urban-Rural Ini More...

Rangeley group takes over sanctuary

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Rangeley to get new bus

RANGELEY -- The Rangeley School Board met on Tuesday, July 27 and approved the purchase of a new school bus for $53,500. The bus will be purchased fro More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Edward S. Custer Sr.

1919-2004 -- He was a part-time resident of Rangeley

BERLIN, Md. -- Edward Scheid Custer Sr., Lt. Commander USN Retired, 84, died July 11, 2004, in Berlin. He was born Nov. 13, 1919, in Lansdale, Pa., More...

Troop News

Spencer W. Grey

Navy Hospitalman Recruit Spencer W. Grey, son of Pam LeMoine and Mike P. Grey of Oquossoc, recently graduated from the Basic Hospital Corps School at More...

Wet July weather plagues area

WESTERN MOUNTAINS -- Visitors to the area in July may have noticed something different from the Julys of the past several years. A seemingly endles More...

Stratton building to be demolished

EUSTIS -- Eustis Selectmen voted unanimously that the building owned by Vincent Redleveske located on Main Street in Stratton village must be demolish More...

East View subdivision approved in Strong

STRONG -- The Strong Planning Board approved the East View Subdivision owned by Thorndike and Sons at its meeting last Wednesday. Randy Collins of More...

Keeping it local

STRONG -- Roger Lambert is passionate about the Maine way of life. "Folks love the Maine lifestyle," Lambert said, who is running as the Republican More...

Cover Girl

Eighteen-month-old Kiley Jean Marie Coolidge is a little young to join the Red Hat Society, but seems delighted with her ensemble, from red earrings a More...