October 1, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

The scarecrows are back!

"Dudley Family Cookout" took second place in the family category at the recent Phillips Scarecrow Reunion. (Caroline King photo) More...

Kingfield to host municipal meeting

KINGFIELD -- The Kingfield selectmen will host a special meeting of municipal officials from towns in SAD #58 to discuss the impact of the proposed ta More...

Road closure unresolved

NEW PORTLAND -- About 20 residents met Tuesday night, Sept. 21 to act on four articles at a special town meeting. Bertrand Dyer was elected as the mod More...

Irregular nabs four awards

PHOTO: The Sugarloaf Magazine, published for the 2003-2004 season, was recently awarded first place by the Maine Press Association in its Better Newsp More...

Rainy weather dampens summer business

FRANKLIN COUNTY -- "Its great, it's okay. It's the same, it's worse. Reports are all over the place," Eveyln McAllister, Executive Director of the Ran More...

Kingfield traffic calming report issued

KINGFIELD -- Selectmen recently received the written report containing traffic calming recommendations from Gorrill-Palmer Consulting Engineers Inc. a More...

Repairs to gym floor

RANGELEY -- During a special Board of Education meeting held Sept. 23, school board members approved a contract with O'Sullivan Flooring of Massachuse More...

Three charged; police seize drugs

STRATTON -- Two people were charged for drug trafficking Sept. 18 after Maine State Police investigated a complaint about a residence in Stratton. More...

Sappier replaces Dana as Chief

PENOBSCOT INDIAN NATION -- James Sappier was elected as Chief during the tribe's general election held on Sept. 11. In a close election, Sappier beat More...