August 21, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

MSAD#58 Bus Routes

MSAD # 58 reminds parents that it is their responsibility to have their children out at the stop at least 10 minutes before the normal pick up time. B More...

Six charged during burglary investigation

EUSTIS -- Deputies charged six people with various crimes Thursday, Aug. 12, including burglary and illegal drugs, while investigating a camper burgla More...

Phillips selectmen discuss summer projects

PHILLIPS -- The Phillips selectmen met Aug. 10 to discuss a variety of upcoming summer projects. The selectmen received reports from Josh Bachelor, An More...

Perry Ellsworth resigns

STRONG -- Strong selectman Perry Ellsworth resigned at the selectmen's meeting on Aug. 10 to pursue a full-time position as Rangeley Town Manager. Cha More...

Helmet saves life

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- A Eustis man's life was probably saved by the helmet he was wearing when his motorcycle was involved in a single vehicle accide More...

New selectman in Avon

Jerry Gilchrist became Avon's newest selectman at a special town meeting held Aug. 12. Gilchrist received the unanimous approval of all 17 Avon reside More...

Obituaries - Free Access

William E. Barker

1958-2004 -- He enjoyed spending time with his family & close friends

PHILLIPS -- William "Ben" E. Barker, 45, of Phillips, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2004, with family and friends by his side. He w More...

Paul R. Cory

1933-2004 -- He graduated from Kingfield High School

SEATTLE, Wash. -- Paul R, Cory, 71, formerly of Kingfield, passed away on July 24, 2004, in Seattle, Wash. He was born on May 2, 1933 in Fall River More...

Memorial Service -- Jack Flannagan

A memorial service will be held for Jack Flannagan, the original owner of Hugs Restaurant, at the Sugarloaf Bell Chapel at Sugarloaf/USA, on Aug. 28, More...

Carrabassett Valley plans special town meeting

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- The Carrabassett Valley Board of Selectmen have scheduled a special town meeting regarding additional fund allocations for the More...

Burglary at Kingfield Wood Products

KINGFIELD -- A burglary at Kingfield Wood Products resulted in more than $1,000 dollars in damage to three factory offices. The damage included two br More...

SAD 58 hires two teachers

SALEM -- Two new teachers have been hired by MSAD #58 for the coming school year. Amanda Bowen has been hired to teach 5th/6th grade at Kingfield E More...

Trees vandalized

"To beat a poor defenseless tree, it makes me wonder why," a frustrated John Dill, Kingfield selectman, said about discovering three trees at the King More...

Kingfield Water District pumps two million gallons

KINGFIELD -- The Kingfield Water District Board of Trustees met Aug 9. Water Superintendent Alan Steward reported the district's pumping volume remain More...

Same tune, new name

Five different singing groups will present four concerts throughout the school year.

FARMINGTON -- A long tradition of community choral music will continue when the Western Maine Choral Society commences its season in the fall. The More...

Three new subdivisions apply in Rangeley

RANGELEY -- The Rangeley Planning Board heard the applications of three new subdivisions at its meeting on Aug. 11. The Rangeley Station subdivisio More...

Playground in place

On Monday, more than a dozen dump trucks brought sand and gravel for the base of the new playground structure at the Strong Elementary School, then fo More...