September 18, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

SAD #58 grows to 993 children

PHILLIPS -- Superintendent Quenten Clark gave a report on the Sept. 1 enrollment at schools in the district at the recent school board meeting. Phi More...

Miller joins Stratton Lumber

STRATTON -- Stratton Lumber's Stuart Miller was appointed as the company's new General Manager in May. Miller came to Stratton Lumber from Falmouth wh More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Gladys Bean

1903-2004 -- She enjoyed reading, flower gardening, crocheting, and she adored her family

FARMINGTON -- Gladys Bean, 101, of Farmington, formerly of Strong, died Tuesday morning, Sept. 8, 2004, at Edgewood Manor Rehabilitation Center. She p More...

Jean F.C. Moore

1925-2004 -- She was born in Stratton

FARMINGTON -- Jean Florence Collins Moore, 79, of North Jay, went home to be with her savior and Lord on Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2004. She was born Jan. More...

Juanita Platner

KINGFIELD -- Juanita Stubbs Platner, 75, of Kingfield, died Sunday, Aug. 29, 2004 at St. Mary's Hospital in Lewiston surrounded by members of her fami More...

Additional clubhouse funding approved

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- A special town meeting concerning additional fund allocations for the new golf clubhouse, ladder truck repairs, Ladder Truck St More...

New Portland Library finds home

NEW PORTLAND -- It has taken three months for voters in the town of New Portland to get "their way" on the location of the town's new library. It w More...

New Superpipe at Sugarloaf

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- A new Superpipe and Terrain Park were completed at Sugarloaf/USA this summer. According to resort officials, the new Superpi More...

Acupuncture comes to Rangeley

RANGELEY -- Acupuncture originated in China about 5,000 years ago and made its way to Rangeley recently when acupuncturist Sandy River opened a new pr More...